Benson (pop. 5,355 as of Census 2020) is the third largest municipality in Cochise County. Of the county’s seven municipalities, Benson is projected to see the fastest population growth to 2055, due to the Villages at Vigneto, a planned 28,000-home and commercial development in the city.
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"Amid picturesque river-valley views, agreeable weather and the Home of Kartchner Caverns State Park, the City of Benson is ideally situated along Interstate-10 as the Gateway to Cochise County."
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