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The neighborhood of Pascua Pueblo is surrounded by mountain views from almost every angle. This rural area outside the city limits of Tucson is located about 15 miles southwest of downtown Tucson.
Pascua Pueblo includes several streets, bordered by West Los Reales Road to the north and South Camino De Oeste to the east. The desert landscaping allows for easy-to-maintain lawns. Because of the rural area, fences are found on most home lots.
There is a small park located in the neighborhood for local youth. Larger retail stores are available within a five mile drive of the neighborhood. Several local businesses are available for basic amenities.
This neighborhood includes the surrounding area of the Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Indian Reservation. Located on over 1,100 acres of land left in trust, the Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Indian Reservation has become a cultural center for local residents and visitors. As descendants of the Toltecs, very few Pascua Yaqui Indians live on the reservation.
The Yoemem Tekia Cultural Center and Museum is located on the reservation and is dedicated to education and preservation of the Yaqui Indians. Some members of the tribe have dedicated their lives to the making of Yaqui artwork, clothing, and gift items, which are available at the Cultural Center. In addition to owning and managing the Pascua Pueblo Yaqui Cultural Center and Museum, the Yaqui Indians also own and operate several local casinos and the Pascua Pueblo Industrial Park (located directly east of the reservation).
Pascua Pueblo remains an area diverse in culture, offering mountain views and a rural lifestyle, while providing quick access to the urban amenities of Tucson.