An analysis and review of the issues surrounding the city of Chandler's past and current planning and land use policies for the area
A resource for small businesses in Chandler, Arizona, including a demographic and economic profile of the city, sources of business financing, and factors in locating and operating a business in Chandler
An update to the 1998 Chandler Municipal Airport master plan to make it meet current Federal Aviation Administration and Arizona Department of Transportation requirements as well as anticipated needs of Chandler residents and businesses
A multi-year planning document to identify needs and financing sources for public infrastructure improvements. It also informs Chandler residents of how the City plans to address significant capital needs over the next ten years.
Includes profiles of Chandler and its government; a statement of budget policies, process, and decisions; financial and personnel overviews; sources of revenue; detailed expenditures for each unit of the city government; details of capital budget and bonded debt; and budget schedules in formats that conform to Arizona Office of the Auditor General and Governmental Accounting Standards Board Statement requirements
The City of Chandler developed the South Arizona Avenue Entry Corridor Study in 2006, setting forth a vision for the development of the corridor between Dr. A.J. Chandler Park and the new SanTan Freeway, ¾ mile to the south. Between downtown and the freeway is the corridor that the City intends to see redeveloped, with mixed residential and commercial uses to create a dynamic new “front door” for Chandler. The purpose of these design guidelines is to guide zoning requests within the South Arizona Avenue Corridor to achieve the objectives of the Chandler General Plan. The overall goal of these ...
The South Arizona Avenue Entry Corridor Study is prompted by a Mayor and Council goal for redeveloping the section of Arizona Avenue from Pecos Road to Boston Street as a new entryway to downtown from the Santan/Loop 202 Freeway. The plan was created with extensive neighborhood participation,which included six neighborhood meetings and individual meetings with property owners.The comprehensive approach to this study can be broken down into four primary areas: Land Use,Traffic Circulation, Conceptual Design Standards, and Neighborhood Planning.
The Southeast Chandler Area Plan seeks to pay respect to the sense of place and history embedded in Southeast Chandler while simultaneously; a) supporting the diversity of lifestyles and development preferences of existing and future residents; b) nurturing true community building and stewardship over the unique attributes of the area; and, c) fostering quality development based on sound planning principles and meaningful public involvement.
The updated Chandler General Plan presents instructional guidance for coping with the consequences of approaching build-out. This document is not meant to be read from cover-to-cover in a single sitting. However, a user, whether a citizen appearing at a public hearing for the first time or a long-term City official, should become familiar with the Plan's content. A comprehensive planning view encourages the General Plan user to evaluate change on a Citywide basis, directing progress for the good of the community rather than special interests.
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