Sasabe Port of Entry

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Sasabe Port of Entry
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Sasabe Arizona historic Border Inspection Station
Location
Country United States
Location Highway 286 and International Border, Sasabe, Arizona 85633
Coordinates 31°29′00″N111°32′40″W / 31.483269°N 111.544318°W / 31.483269; -111.544318 Coordinates: 31°29′00″N111°32′40″W / 31.483269°N 111.544318°W / 31.483269; -111.544318
Details
Opened1916
Telephone(520) 823-4230
Hours8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Exit PortSasabe, Sonora Mexico
Statistics
2011 Cars15,071
2011 Trucks278
Pedestrians1,016
Website
www.cbp.gov/contact/ports/sasabe
U.S. Inspection Station-Sasabe, Arizona
MPS U.S. Border Inspection Stations MPS
NRHP reference # 14000243
Added to NRHPMay 22, 2014

The Sasabe, Arizona Port of Entry has been in existence since 1916, and was substantially renovated during the early 1990s. [1] During the renovation, the historic 1930s-era border station, which was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2014, was preserved as office space. Sasabe is the least-trafficked crossing in Arizona.

Sasabe, Arizona Populated place in Arizona, United States

Sasabe is a small hamlet in the Altar Valley of southern Pima County, Arizona, United States, immediately north of the international border with Mexico. It hosts a minor border crossing, an adobe sales outlet, a public school, a guest ranch, a general store with fuel pumps, a weekend bar, and a post office serving the ZIP Code of 85633. In 2010, the population of the 85633 ZCTA, including Sasabe, was 54.

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References

  1. González, Daniel (November 27, 2011). "Arizona border outpost one of the quietest in U.S." The Arizona Republic . Phoenix, Arizona. Retrieved July 10, 2012.