Sierra Vista is home to Fort Huachuca, a post of the United States Army, and several residents work in government related jobs. The town also has multiple large retail complexes with popular shops such Dillard's, Lowes, and Marshalls. In addition to the shops, there are schools throughout the area including public schools, charter schools, and universities. The city is also home to a variety of parks and outdoor facilities. The Ramsey Canyon Preserve is one of the most popular outdoor venues, and it is home to hundreds of bird species. This popular landmark is why people sometimes refer to Sierra Vista as the "Hummingbird Capital of the United States."

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Located 75 miles southeast of Tucson is the city of Sierra Vista, Arizona. The name of the city is Spanish for "Mountain Range View," and it is the chief commercial, recreational, and cultural center of Cochise County. There are several affordable homes for sale in this part of Arizona. Many homes provide a substantial amount of land, and there are many new properties in development.

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