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The neighborhood of Corbett in Tucson, Arizona backs up snugly to the Davis- Monthan Air Force Base. The Corbett neighborhood is in the 85711 zip code and the mailing address is Tucson. The Corbett Elementary School sits in the middle of the Corbett neighborhood at Sahuaro and 29th Street. The local library is the Woods Library on North First Avenue. The Corbett neighborhood in Tucson’s 4th ward is framed by East 22nd Street, South Wilmot Road, East Golf Links Road, and South Claycroft Road.
The Corbett homeowner’s association takes on the responsibility of cutting and pruning the trees in the neighborhood with neighbor labor contributions appreciated and strongly depended upon. The Corbett neighborhood also has some full-service apartment complexes nearby. Corbett is an affordable area to live in with the average home price at just about the $100,000 mark, lower than the average home price in Tucson.
The crime rate in the Corbett area of Tucson is significantly lower than Arizona’s overall crime rate. Residents enjoy a variety of local Italian and Mexican casual and sit-down restaurants just a short drive from home. The neighborhood of Corbett is listed as #88 of the most walkable neighborhoods to live in in the US, with many others also located in the Tucson, Arizona locale. The Corbett area is a densely populated neighborhood when compared to the rest of the Tucson neighborhoods.
The Corbett neighborhood is named after local business man and legend, J. Knox Corbett who came to Tucson, Arizona in 1880. J. Knox Corbett made some good investments in stage lines and ranches, which helped launch his successful lumber business years later. The historic J. Knox Corbett home was built in 1907 and still stands today. J. Knox Corbett was the mayor of Tucson from 1914-1917 and initiated the form of government the city of Tucson uses to this day.