Districts

The Coronado National Forest consists of Five Ranger Districts and a Supervisor's Office. One District office is located in each of the following Southern Arizona Communities; Douglas, Nogales, Safford, and Sierra Vista. The Santa Catalina District office is located in Tucson as is the Supervisors Office.

Supervisor's Office

Forest Supervisor: Kerwin Dewberry
300 W. Congress St.
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 388-8300
(520) 388-8305 FAX

Located in downtown Tucson on the northeast corner of Congress Street and Granada Avenue. Office Hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Closed on federal holidays.

Districts

Douglas Ranger District

Dragoon Mountains

1192 West Saddleview Road
Douglas, AZ 85607
(520) 364-3468
(520) 364-6667 FAX

The District Office is 2.2 miles north of Hwy 80 on Hwy 191 in Douglas. Office hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Closed on federal holidays.

District Ranger: Doug Ruppel

The Douglas Ranger District comprises three mountain ranges north and east of Douglas, Arizona. These ranges are the Chiricahua, Dragoon, and Peloncillo Mountains. A portion of the ranger district in the Peloncillos extends into New Mexico. The district comprises three formerly separate national forests: Chiricahua National Forest, Dragoon National Forest, and Peloncillo National Forest, all combined into Coronado.

View Douglas District Map

Nogales Ranger District

Nogales Ranger District

303 Old Tucson Rd.
Nogales, AZ 85621
(520) 281-2296
(520) 281-2396 FAX

Exit I-19 at the Ruby interchange, turn east and then south along the eastern frontage road. Approximately 1/4 mile turn east again on Old Tucson road, and the Ranger Station is on your left. Office Hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Closed on federal holidays.
 

District Ranger: James Copeland

The Nogales Ranger District comprises four mountain ranges north and west of Nogales, Arizona. These ranges are the Santa Rita, Tumacacori, Pajarito, and San Luis Mountains. Included in this area are Mount Hopkins, Mount Wrightson, and Madera Canyon, all located in the Santa Ritas

View Nogales District Map

Safford Ranger District

Safford Ranger District

711 14th Avenue, Suite D
Safford, AZ 85546
(928) 428-4150
(928) 428-2393 FAX

Located on the northeast corner of 14th Avenue and 8th Street. Use the main entrance on the west side of the building. Office hours are 8am-4pm and phones are answered from 7:30am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Closed on federal holidays.
 

District Ranger: George Garcia

The Safford Ranger District comprises the mountain ranges surrounding the city of Safford, Arizona. These five ranges are the Pinaleño, Galiuro, Santa Teresa, Winchester, and Greasewood Mountains. Included in this area is the highest peak of the Pinaleños, Mount Graham.

View Safford District Map

Santa Catalina Ranger District

Rocky hillside with pine trees.

5700 N. Sabino Canyon Rd
Tucson, AZ 85750
(520) 749-8700
(520) 749-7723 FAX
sm.fs.scrd@usda.gov

Located on the northeast corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Sabino Canyon Road at Sabino Canyon Recreation Area. The Visitor Center hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday and 8:30am to 4:30pm, Saturday-Sunday. The phone numbers above are staffed every day of the year, except Thanksgiving and Christmas.
 

District Ranger: CJ Woodard

The Santa Catalina Ranger District near the city of Tucson comprises the Santa Catalina and Rincon Mountains. Included in this area are the highest peak of the Santa Catalinas, Mount Lemmon, the rugged Pusch Ridge Wilderness Area, and the popular Sabino Canyon.

View Santa Catalina District Map

Sierra Vista Ranger District

Mountain with aspen trees and pine trees.

4070 S, Avenida Saracino
Hereford, AZ 85615
(520) 378-0311
(520) 378-0519 FAX

On Highway 92 and Avenida Saracino, just south of Sierra Vista. Office Hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Closed on federal holidays.

District Ranger: Celeste Kinsey

The Sierra Vista Ranger District comprises three mountain ranges west of Sierra Vista, Arizona. These ranges are the Huachuca, Patagonia, and Whetstone Mountains. Included in this area is the highest peak in the Huachucas, Miller Peak, and the region of the Huachucas known as Canelo Hills.

View Sierra Vista District Map



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