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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 development master plan for Little America Neighborhood, a 537 acre site south of East Butler Avenue and Interstate 40 in Flagstaff, Arizona. The proposed mixed-use development includes a resort, retail space, residential neighborhoods, a golf course, other recreational facilities, and open spaces. The proposed development requires changes to the Flagstaff Regional Plan and city zoning designations.
A plan for protecting and preserving existing open spaces in response to urban growth in the greater Flagstaff, Arizona area.
An analysis and review of the issues surrounding the city of Chandler's past and current planning and land use policies for the area.
The purpose of the U.S. Highway 93 Corridor Area Plan is to recognize the unique character of the highway corridor and to encourage land use patterns that are consistent with the goals of the Mohave County General Plan, the residents and the property owners. The U.S. Highway 93 Corridor Area Plan, a component of the General Plan, covers approximately 430 square miles of unincorporated land in Mohave County.
The purpose of the Long Mountain Area Plan is to recognize the unique character of the Long Mountain Area and to encourage land use patterns that are consistent with the goals of the Mohave County General Plan. The Long Mountain Area Plan, a component of the General Plan, covers approximately 61 square miles of unincorporated land in Mohave County.
In 1995, Mohave County adopted the “Mohave County General Plan” which included a countywide land use design. Included were several surrounding small communities. These communities subsequently created their own more specific area plans which were then included in the Mohave County General Plan. However, Dolan Springs was identified as an “outlying community” which would not be included. Dolan Springs then created their own area plan.
The Mohave County General Plan document is intended to bring about coordinated physical development in accordance with the present and future needs of the County. It addresses land use, transportation, and resource conservation issues. It is used as an aid and guideline for the Development Services Department and Board of Supervisors when making land use decisions and considering amendments to the County Zoning Ordinance and zoning district map.
Anza Park, established in August of 2007, is located within Avra Valley adjacent to and west of the Town of Marana boundary. The park consists of approximately 280 acres located along both sides of the Santa Cruz River. This area is a riparian oasis that supports a rich diversity of native plants, birds, and other wildlife, especially as compared to adjacent lands that are biologically depauperate due to decades of intensive agricultural use.
This plan is an action agenda that avoids the long-term strategic planning platitudes and broad generalizations that sound good but do not achieve a great deal. The steps presented in this document are ones we can take in the near term, over the next two years or so, that will provide the foundation for long-term economic growth and stability.