Sanctuary amendment deliberations at Paradise Valley Planning Commission


An overview of the site plan at Sanctuary on Camelback. /Submitted graphic

By Terrance Thornton | Paradise Valley Independent

The pursuit of amending the special use permit that governs day-to-day operations at Sanctuary on Camelback Resort & Spa is making its way through the municipality of Paradise Valley.

The Paradise Valley Planning Commission Tuesday, April 4 held a work session discussion to begin to dissect the SUP amendment proposal at Sanctuary through the guise of a Feb. 23 statement of direction provided by town council.

The Sanctuary on Camelback, 5700 E. McDonald Drive, is a beloved resort in the Town of Paradise Valley embedded within the landscape of Camelback Mountain on a 17-acre site at the corner of McDonald Drive and Superstition Lane.

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