The Glendale City Council will host a public hearing on a project that is located in that city and in Peoria.
The meeting will be 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 23, at Council Chambers, 5850 W. Glendale Ave.
The Rovey family has laid down a farming presence in the West Valley for more than 60 years, and is now working to lay down its legacy in the form of the new master-planned development near Northern and 83rd avenues that will cover both Peoria and Glendale, and nearly 350 acres.
In Glendale, the property is located on the southwest and southeast corner of Northern Avenue and 75th Avenue in the Yucca and Ocotillo districts.
Most recently, the Peoria City Council approved a proposal to annex part of the property into the city establishing an initial zoning from Maricopa County Rural 43 (RU-43) and Heavy Industrial (IND-3) to city zoning Suburban Ranch (SR-43) and Heavy Industrial (I-2).
The Peoria City Council also approved a minor general plan amendment to change the land use map for 78.3 acres from Employment Business Commerce to Traditional Residential, with 2-5 dwelling units per acre.
Additionally, the council approved a rezone of 346 acres from Suburban Ranch (SR-43), Intermediate Commercial (C-2), Light Industrial (I-1) and Heavy Industrial (I-2) to Legacy Point Planned Area Development (PAD).
These proposals were approved by council Jan. 18.
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