Prop. 402: Vail Incorporation
If approved, Prop. 402 establishes the Town of Vail.
The Vail Incorporation Election allow voting both by mail and in person. Only registered voters who live within the boundaries of the proposed Town of Vail are eligible to participate. The proposed boundary map can be found here…
Ballots have been mailed to eligible registered voters who are on the Active Early Voting List (AEVL.) If you are not on the AEVL you may request a ballot-by-mail by calling the Pima County Recorder’s Office at (520) 724-4330. Ballots may be dropped off at any Pima County Early Vote Center. Click here to find an early voting drop-off location…
Eligible voters who prefer to vote in person may cast their ballots at any of three Vote Centers on Election Day, November 7. Click here to find a Vail Vote Center.
What It Does
Prop 402 changes Vail from an unincorporated area of Pima County to a town with its own elected government. The structure of the new government, the powers it has and the process for its establishment is governed by Arizona Revised Statute 9-101, which can be downloaded here…
Reasons to vote for…
- Incorporation gives Vail residents more control through its newly formed government over how Vail will grow and develop.
- Vail will become eligible for state funding through the Arizona Urban Revenue Fund.
- Vail will have greater protection from encroachment or annexation by the City of Tucson.
Reasons to vote against…
- Incorporation will encourage rapid growth that jeopardizes the rural character of Vail.
- Pima County already provides the services Vail needs.
- The costs of incorporation are unknown and will likely result in higher taxes.
What Your Vote Means
Authorizes the incorporation of the Town of Vail.
Does not authorize incorporation. The area remains in unincorporated Pima County.