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The Ahwatukee Foothills Village is bounded by I-10 to the east, South Mountain to the north and the Gila River Indian Community to the west and south. Although most people are only aware of Ahwatukee Foothills for its planned community development, the village has its own history. The village is named after the once existing Ahwatukee Ranch which was one of the most beautiful and lavish houses when it was built in 1922.
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A plan to redevelop the 4th Avenue and 16th Street corridors as defined in the City of Yuma's 2012 general plan.
A plan to revitalize the 215 acre Yuma High Neighborhood, to improve substandard housing conditions, encourage small business development and job creation, and improve community facilities.
A plan for the development and maintenance of the city of Yuma's roadway system, consistent with the city's 2002 general plan, and coordinated with the city's bicycle plan and the Yuma Metropolitan Planning Organization's regional transportation plan.
Provides a plan for the development of park and recreation facilities in Yuma, Arizona to serve its residents and others in the surrounding area.
A master plan for bicycle facilities in the city of Yuma, giving an overview of existing facilities, outlining elements of the new master plan, and providing standards and phased goals for the new facilities.