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City hosts open house to gather input on Major General Plan Amendments



Aug. 21, 2014

Contact: Adam Yaron, planner, 480-312-2761

City hosts open house to gather input on Major General Plan Amendments

The public is invited to an open house to review and comment on four proposed 2014 Major General Plan Amendment cases. The open house will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the Copper Ridge School cafeteria, 10101 E. Thompson Peak Parkway. The cases include:
  • Pinnacle Peak Patio (2-GP-2014): Request to change the land use designation from Commercial to Suburban Neighborhoods on roughly 11 acres north of the Jomax Road and Pinnacle Peak Parkway intersection.
  • El Regalo (3-GP-2014): Request to change the land use designation from Commercial to Suburban Neighborhoods on roughly 6 acres north of the northeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Westland Drive.
  • Cavalliere Flat (4-GP)2014): Request to change the land use designation from Commercial and Rural Neighborhoods to Rural Neighborhoods and Suburban Neighborhoods on roughly 46 acres on the southeast corner of Alma School Parkway and Pinnacle Vista Drive.
  • Greasewood Flat (5-GP-2014): Request to change the land use designation from Rural Neighborhoods and Natural Open Space to Cultural/Institutional and Public Use on about a 10-acre site on the northwest corner of the East Mariposa Grande Drive and 134th  Street alignments.
These projects are defined as a Major General Plan Amendments per the 2001 Scottsdale General Plan Major Amendment criteria. Arizona requires one City Council hearing be designated each calendar year to consider all Major General Plan Amendment applications. In addition, there will be two separate Planning Commission hearings in September and October before the cases go before the City Council in December.