By Joey Chenoweth | Coolidge Examiner
The final draft of Coolidge’s 2025 General Plan features mostly the same information and ideas about where to take future development in the city. But there is one large exception.
Released 60 days after the first draft, giving the public enough time to give their input on the plan, the new draft features a different land use map, which expands Coolidge’s planning boundary far more south than what it has ever been. The previous boundary extended to Highway 287 to the south, touching Eloy’s planning area that extends to the other side of the road. The new boundary goes all the way down to Houser Road, with a strip that actually begins to run parallel to the main city section of Eloy.