Sedona housing density limits may rise

By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News

The lack of affordable housing in Sedona is not a new issue but as more and more long-term rentals are becoming short term, city officials are concerned the issue will become even worse.

To address this problem, city staff is recommending a major amendment to the Sedona Community Plan, which would increase the number of multi-family dwellings allowed per acre within Sedona.


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