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Cochise County, Arizona
Its population as of 2006 is estimated to be 127,757.
Cochise County was created on January 3, 1881, out of the eastern portion of Pima County. It took its name from the legendary Chiricahua Apache war chief Cochise. The county seat was Tombstone until 1929 when it moved to Bisbee. Notable men who once held the position of County Sheriff were Johnny Behan, who served as the first sheriff of the new county, and who was one of the main characters during the events leading to and following the Gunfight at the OK Corral. Later, in 1886, John Slaughter became sheriff. Lawman Jeff Milton and lawman/outlaw Burt Alvord both served as deputies under Slaughter.
- Budget is available on the finance page.
- County supervisors are listed with contact information.
- Supervisor meetings are listed, along with minutes and agendas from past meetings.
- Building permits and zoning information is available.
- Local tax information is provided on the Treasurer's page, along with the ability to pay taxes online.
- County audits and contracts are not online.
- Does not disclose if belongs to government sector lobbying associations.
- Does not include information on how to make a public records request.
In 2004, Cochise County reported $60,000 spent on lobbying.
- Cochise County website
- Cochise County on E-Reference
- Cochise County Land of Legends
- Cochise Genealogical Society
- Census Bureau, "Quick facts," accessed July 9, 2013
- Cochise County, "Budget," accessed July 9, 2013
- Cochise County, "County Supervisors," accessed July 9, 2013
- Cochise County, "Calendar," accessed July 9, 2013
- Cochise County, "Building and Zoning," accessed July 9, 2013
- Cochise County, "Treasurer," accessed July 9, 2013
- Open Secrets, "Cochise County," accessed July 9, 2013