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GPA 16-01
GPA 16-01 Southeast Corner of Dysart and Camelback Roads
Submitted by: Southwest Next SEC Camelback and Dysart, LLC

Proposed Amendments:

·         The General Plan Amendment would change the General Plan Land Use designation from Commercial to Commercial Flex.  The Commercial Flex Land Use Designation would allow for commercial centers and uses that supply goods and services for a number of neighborhoods.  It would also allow single family residential land uses if certain conditions are met.

·         A proposed Zoning Code amendment would create a new Commercial Flex Zoning District that would allow Community Commercial (CS) Zoning District uses on the portion of the property intended for commercial.  If certain conditions are met, single-family residential uses would be allowed on the portion of the property designated for residential.  The equivalent High Medium Residential (R1-6) Zoning District standards would apply.

·         A property with the General Plan Land Use Designation of Commercial Flex could be rezoned as a Commercial Flex Zoning District. 



Comment Form

Resolutions and Ordinances
Draft Ordinance - Amends the Zoning Code to create a new "Commercial-Flex" District.
Draft Rezoning Ordinance - Rezones the property on the Southeast Corner of Camelback and Dysart Roads to Commercial-Flex.

Application Components
Intent and Purpose of the Application 
Map of Proposed Commercial-Flex District

Meeting Schedule (subject to change)
Planning and Zoning Commission Citizen Review Meeting - September 13, 2016
City Council Study Session - October 5, 2016
Planning and Zoning Commission Public Hearing - October 18, 2016
City Council Public Hearings on Text Amendment and Rezoning Ordinances - October 19, 2016
City Council Public Hearing on General Plan Amendment and possible adoption of General Plan Amendment and Zoning Code Text Amendment and Rezoning Ordinances.

Public Notices and Agendas
Notice of Citizen Review - September 13, 2016 Citizen Review
Notice of Public Hearings - October 18 and 19, 2016