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Provides a thoughtful and timely assessment of how Pima County's practices and policy proposals in land use stand up under the test of nationally recognized principles of smart growth.
Review of existing ordinances, studies, and articles indicates that costs associated with making homes more accessible are minimal, yet jurisdictions in other parts of the United States have tended to limit the application of "visitability" ordinances to housing that is funded by a government entity.
Applications for the Sonoran Desert Conservation and Comprehensive Land Use Panels: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan
Summarizes applications placed in the newspaper and mailed directly to Steering Committee members to solicit Land Panel membership. 177 applications were received and compiled. Includes a suggested alternative for selecting Land Panel members.
Rezoning From Suburban Ranch Zone, Rural Homestead Zone, and Rural Residential Zone, 1996-2001: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan
A study on the last five years of rezoning activity in eastern Pima County for the Suburban Ranch Zone, Rural Homestead Zone, and Rural Residential Zone. This indicator of development activity does not include activity in the incorporated areas or the land that was rezoned and often platted.
Chronicles some of the changes in the Pima County Zoning Code since 1953 and summarizes the comprehensive plan, the zoning code, and the building codes.
The information in this report is based on telephone interviews with 700 registered voters. One random sample of 500 registered voters was selected from all registered voters living in Arizona. This sample was proportionately stratified so that voters in each of Arizona’s 15 counties were included in the sample. An additional sample of 100 interviews with registered voters living in Pima County was also interviewed. A third random sample of 100 registered voters living in the more rural counties also was interviewed. The purpose of selecting the two smaller samples was to create sub-samples of Pima County and rural voters that could be compared with the opinions of voters in Maricopa County.