About Tucson


You are encouraged to visit the Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau Website for information and details about CEC/ICMC 2015’s host city (dining, events historic interest, shopping and more) at http://www.visittucson.org.

Download the 2015 Visit Tucson Official Travel Guide for your iPad or click here for other free visitor information.

For Tucson General information, please click here.

Tuscon Elevation and Temperature
Tucson’s elevation is about 2,600 feet. Tucson’s mild climate is legendary. It is the sunniest city in the United States, with more than 350 days of sunshine every year.  The annual average  is 82 degrees Fahrenheit/28 degrees Celsius for the high temperature, and 55 degrees Fahrenheit/13 degrees Celsius for the low temperature. Tucson’s average high temperature during the summer is 100 degrees and the highest temperature ever recorded was 117 degrees Fahrenheit on June 26,1990. See the Visit Tucson weather page for more information on Tucson’s incredible weather.

Tucson Time Zone
Mountain Standard Time (MST time). Tucson clocks do not change for daylight savings time.