About District 1
District 1 encompasses over 245 square miles of the distinctive urban areas north of Tucson.
The District extends from the area north of the Rillito River, east of Interstate 10, to one mile east of Sabino Canyon Road, and south of the Pima-Pinal county line. It includes the Town of Oro Valley and the eastern portion of Marana, and unincorporated communities such as the Catalina Foothills, Tortolita, Casa Adobes, and Catalina.
District 1 is the home to more than 196,000 residents where the western way of life remains alive and well.
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Warmer Weather Brings Out the Snakes Survival Tip
As a general rule, rattlesnakes aren't very aggressive, and very few people die from rattlesnake bites. If you're one of theunlucky few, stay as calm as possible,and sit still. If possible, get to a hospital quickly; until then, chemically activated cold packs can slow down the venom's rate of travel, but apply the cold pack by wrapping it in a towel, shirt, or bandanna so it doesn't freeze your skin. If you must hike out on your own, set a moderate pace, and remind yourself that this injury is not fatal.