Tempe voters will have the chance this coming March to approve or deny the city’s next general plan, which establishes updated guiding principles for how new developments are constructed among other land use decisions over the next 30 years.
Residents are encouraged to review the Surprise General Plan 2040 Draft by Aug. 30 to ensure the document reflects the community’s sentiments before going to the next step in the state law-mandated update.
Tempe Tomorrow, the city’s General Plan 2050, went before Tempe City Council for its first public hearing Aug. 10, with over 30 residents for and against the proposed document speaking about the rise in density, affordable housing and other factors concerning the city’s continued urbanization.
Kyrene School District established its performance pay model for teachers and their work during the 2023-24 school year, with qualifying educators being eligible for up to $3,300 in additional financial compensation.
Residential developer PulteGroup Inc. goes before the Florence Planning and Zoning Commission tonight to request approval for a revised preliminary plat in Anthem at Merrill Ranch that will subdivide …
Tempe’s Development Review Commission has recommended that city council approve the updated General Plan 2050 in August, despite community concern for the city’s growing population and a lack of housing.
This week the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission held a brief meeting with two items relating to the same property. This meeting consisted of a public hearing for a rezone and a minor general plan amendment.