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The Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan (“Plan”) is intended to accomplish coordinated, adjusted and harmonious development of the unincorporated area of Yuma County. In accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes 11-804, the Plan was developed so as to conserve the natural resources of Yuma County, to ensure efficient expenditure of public monies and to promote the health, safety, convenience and general welfare of the public. The Plan is the official guide for the development of the unincorporated area of Yuma County.

Contributors
Yuma County (Ariz.). Board of Supervisors, Yuma County (Ariz.). Planning and Zoning Commission., Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services
Created Date
2014-05-05

The fifth of ten citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held in 2009. CAG members reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use, Open Space & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, Safety and Housing

Contributors
Yuma Valley Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz.), Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Leal Rubio, Juan
Created Date
2009

T]he ninth of ten citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held between November of 2009 and March of 2010. CAG members reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element, Open Space & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, Safety and Housing

Contributors
South Gila Valley Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma, Ariz.), Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services
Created Date
2010-04

The fourth of seven citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held between September of 2008 and April of 2009. CAG reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element, Circulation, Open Space and Recreational Resources, Environmental, Water Resources, and Safety

Contributors
South Mesa Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma, Ariz.),, Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Villegas, Fernando
Created Date
2009

The eighth of ten citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held between October 2009 and February 2010. CAG members reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element, Open Spaces & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, Safety and Housing

Contributors
Northwest Yuma Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz.), Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Leal Rubio, Juan
Created Date
2010

Part of a series of citizen reports to be prepared by Planning Staff as part of the development of the the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held inf 2009. CAG reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements: Land Use, Circulation, Open Space and Recreational Resources, Environmental, Water Resources, and Safety

Contributors
North Gila Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz, Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Fangman, Andrew
Created Date
2010

One of ten citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff in preparation for drafting the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. CAG members reviewed the goals, objectives and polices, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element--Martinez Lake Planning Area: Open Spaces & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, and Safety

Contributors
Martinez Lake Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz.),, Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Fangman, Andrew
Created Date
2009

The second of seven citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held in 2007. CAG and Technical Advisory Committee members reviewed the goals, objectives and policies, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element--Foothills Sub-Regional Planning Area: Open Spaces & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, and Safety

Contributors
Foothills Citizen Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz.), Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Fangman, Andrew
Created Date
2007

The first of seven citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held in 2007. CAG and Technical Advisory Committee members reviewed the goals, objectives and policies and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element--Dome Valley Wellton Planning Area: Open Spaces & Recreational Resources, Circulation, Environmental, Water Resources, and Safety

Contributors
Dome Valley/Wellton Citizens Advisory Group (Yuma County, Ariz, Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Fangman, Andrew
Created Date
2007-08

The third of seven citizen reports to be prepared by Long Range Planning Staff to develop the Yuma County 2020 Comprehensive Plan. Meetings were held in 2008. CAG and Technical Advisory Committee members reviewed the goals, objectives and polices, and the following elements of the Yuma County 2010 Comprehensive Plan: Land Use Element--Dateland/East County Planning Area: Open Spaces & Recreational Resources

Contributors
Yuma County (Ariz.). Department of Development Services, Fangman, Andrew
Created Date
2009-01

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