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1991 2008

The Old U.S. Highway 80 Area Plan is an entirely new plan which removes portions of the State Route 85 Area Plan and the Tonopah/Arlington Area Plan. It is important to note that this Plan is not a document that represents final buildout as many municipal general plans typically do. Rather, it prepares for and accommodates growth over the next ten to fifteen years, but will be reexamined and updated as necessary to reflect current conditions and changes. While not a complete solution, the Plan helps address the effects of growth and development by enhancing cooperation between government agencies, citizens, ...

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2007-05

It is important to note that the Goldfield Area Plan is not a document that represents ultimate buildout as is typically the case with many municipal general plans. Rather, it prepares for possible growth over the next ten to fifteen years, but will be reexamined and updated periodically to reflect current conditions and changes. While not a complete solution, the Goldfield Area Plan helps address the effects of possible growth and development by enhancing cooperation between public agencies, citizens, and other affected interests, and by considering regional implications.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2007-12

This Plan was originally adopted on May 22, 1989, and an updated version was adopted on November 5, 1990. This current edition has been updated to reflect changing growth patterns, population projections, annexations and other changes to the planning area since its first adoption.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
1992-01-21

It is important to note that the Rio Verde Foothills Area Plan is not a document that represents ultimate buildout as many municipal general plans typically do. Rather, it prepares for and accommodates growth over the next ten to fifteen years, but will be reexamined and updated periodically to reflect current conditions and changes. While not a complete solution, the Rio Verde Foothills Area Plan helps address the effects of growth and development by enhancing cooperation between government agencies, citizens, and other affected interests, and by considering regional implications.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2005

It is likely that urban growth is occurring and will occur along the McMicken Dam Scenic Corridor, which will present residents and stakeholders with important changes. Mitigating the potential impacts of these changes will continue to be a high priority for Maricopa County. Because these guidelines reflect the recommendations of residents and other stakeholders, they provide a unique opportunity for these residents and stakeholders to participate in the future growth and development of their area.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2006-03

It is likely that urban growth will occur along Olive Avenue, which will present residents and stakeholders with important changes. Mitigating the potential impacts of these changes will continue to be a high priority for Maricopa County. Because these guidelines reflect the recommendations of residents and other stakeholders, they provide a unique opportunity for these residents and stakeholders to participate in the future growth and development of their area.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2006-03

It is likely that urban growth eventually will occur along State Route 74, which will present residents and stakeholders with important changes to their lifestyles. Mitigating the potential impacts of urban growth will continue to be a high priority for Maricopa County. Because these guidelines reflect the recommendations of residents and other stakeholders, they provide a unique opportunity for these residents and stakeholders to participate in the future growth and development of their area.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2005-12

It is likely that urban growth eventually will occur along Castle Hot Springs Road, which will present residents and stakeholders with important changes to their lifestyles. Mitigating the potential impacts of urban growth will continue to be a high priority for Maricopa County. Because these guidelines reflect the recommendations of residents and other stakeholders, they provide a unique opportunity for these residents and stakeholders to participate in the future growth and development of their area.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2005-12

Eye on the Future 2020, the Maricopa County Comprehensive Plan, provides a guide for decisions concerning growth and development, and considers strategies for addressing growth-related impacts. Among the strategies is the creation of scenic corridors for unique roads in Maricopa County. The Carefree Highway area is one of these roads, and thus the Carefree Highway Scenic Corridor Guidelines are established to help enhance this area’s special characteristics.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development
Created Date
2008-08

The Wickenburg Highway Scenic Corridor Plan has been divided into two reports. The Technical Report summarizes information on history, existing conditions, and future trends of the scenic corridor. This Development Guide presents the problems, opportunities and recommended standards for developing within the corridor.

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Maricopa County (Ariz.). Department of Planning and Development, Wickenburg Highway Scenic Corridor Study Committee
Created Date
1991-01

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