Pima County zoning changes to streamline development process, help water conservation efforts

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By RED News Service

The Pima County Board of Supervisors at the Oct. 17 meeting approved a pair of zoning code amendments designed to promote more efficient land use in residential zones and water conservation.

The first change amended development standards in mixed dwelling and multiple residence zoned areas to allow for greater density single-family home development.

The changes were implemented in response to dwindling market demand for attached multi-family housing in recent years. In addition, smaller, detached residences can provide more affordable starter homes and the types of housing that many younger and first-time home buyers want.

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