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provided for the convenience of executives and their advisors who may be
unfamiliar with Arizona for business location selection. Additional
maps may be found on the websites of state and local economic development
representatives, such as custom maps to illustrate data about site selection topics or
available commercial real estate properties.
Directory of Arizona economic
2007 advertisements in fDi magazine for cities in Arizona
The majority of the population is concentrated around the
greater Phoenix area, although there are other fast-growing cities in
Arizona such as Tucson, Flagstaff, Yuma, and others.
Google Maps - hybrid satellite and road
map of Arizona with a local business search tool. For example,
select "Find Businesses" and search for "chamber".
Tucson are located along the Interstate 10 corridor from the east to west
coast across the southern US states, such as from Jacksonville, Florida
across northwest Florida and the Gulf Coast region of Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Texas, and New Mexico to Los Angeles, California.
They are also connected by Interstate 8 via Yuma to San Diego, and by
Interstate 17 north to Flagstaff, which is on the route from Oklahoma City,
Albuquerque, and Colorado to Los Angeles. To visualize the scale of
Arizona, it is roughly 100 miles from Phoenix to Tucson, and over 125 miles
The route south of Tucson to Nogales is a major border
crossing with Mexico, with Interstate 19 leading south to Route 15 in
Mexico, which leads to Hermosillo and Ciudad Obregon as well as other areas
which have attracted considerable US business investment.
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Other mapping and imagery resources are listed in our
Another leading source of mapping software for GIS applications
at www.esri.com . There is also ESRI Business Information Solutions, at
Refer also to our list of GIS map features on websites for many areas,
including those prepared by
winner of the 2003 Economic Development Leadership & Accomplishment Award of
CoreNet Global, using ESRI products.
Google now offers
Google Maps and
Google Earth for maps and
integrates local maps and imagery with their business search results.
Some community websites may make
GIS mapping tools available to map data
about the area. Additional maps may be found on economic development
websites, such as custom maps to illustrate data about key business location