- About Marana
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Marana was incorporated in 1977, and encompasses around 120 square miles to the northwest of Tucson, AZ. It originally contained 10 square miles and has a history steeped in farming and agriculture, which the town still celebrates today during yearly Founders Day festivities. As a young town it has experienced a big growth period in the 21st century, growing in population to nearly 35,000 in 2010. The majority of Marana is in Pima County, with a small portion in Pinal County to the north.
JStar Spangled Spectacular – July 4. Enjoy 4th of July fireworks from Crossroads at Silverbell Park. Click Event Details for more info.
Marana Farmers’ Market
“The produce for sale at the Farmers’ Market is grown on the Marana Heritage Farm and other neighboring farms and residences, as well as larger farms in the surrounding Tucson area.” (communityfoodbank.com)
Open Saturday from 8:00am-2:00pm
13300 N Postvale Road, Marana, AZ 85653
Featured Golf Course
Quarry Pines Golf Club
“Enjoy golf year-round with the affordable daily rates or indulge yourself with one of our annual memberships. Our full complement of golf services and amenities is sure to meet all your needs and more.” (playthepines.com)
Where to Live in Marana
View an INTERACTIVE MAP of Marana’s Major Neighborhoods
Active Adult Living
There are many age-restricted communities that cater to active adults and retirees, but there are also many other wonderful neighborhoods near golf and local activities that can make your retirement dreams come true.
Discover Marana’s Active Adult Communities and Activities
Marana Unified School District #6 is one of the state’s largest geographical school districts, and includes eleven elementary schools, one intermediate school, two middle schools, two high schools, and one alternative school.
Learn More About Marana Schools