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Sierra Vista

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Located 75 miles southeast of Tucson, Sierra Vista serves as the main commercial, cultural and recreational hub of Cochise County.

At an elevation of 4,623 feet surrounded by mountain peaks reaching nearly 10,000 feet, Sierra Vista enjoys a moderate four-season climate with abundant sunshine. The picturesque setting among the Huachuca, Dragoon, Mule and Whetstone Mountains confirms its Spanish name, meaning Mountain View.

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For Visitors Information:

3020 E. Tacoma

Sierra Vista, AZ 85635

(800) 288-3861

Visit the Official Sierra Vista Website

  • County: Cochise
  • Year of Incorporation: 1956
  • Elevation: 4,623
  • Population: 45,000

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