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Maricopa residents have a go at designing a city center

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Woo Kim of WRT Designs talks to Maricopans about the future of the city center around City Hall. /Photo by Raquel Hendrickson

By Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa

Maricopa’s general plan describes a development pattern of mixed-use core areas called Village Centers.

They were an important component in the creation of the city’s 2040 Vision. As delineated by the general plan, “Village Centers are higher intensity locations within a distinct geographic area along transit corridors and are a cluster of community-oriented neighborhood character areas with local commercial, office and mixed-use spaces. These centers should contain public gathering spaces with civic uses, such as schools, libraries and parks and have a distinct identity and village theme.”


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