Maricopa could be 2 years away from apartments, condos

By Bethany Blundell | Casa Grande Dispatch

New housing developments in Maricopa are one step closer with the finalization of a housing needs plan.

At the City Council meeting Tuesday, a presentation was given on the plan. It is the second part — the implementation part — of a housing study conducted in Maricopa.

The city previously finished the housing needs assessment in February 2017. The assessment was a series of information-gathering techniques, which included an online survey, focus groups, a workshop and stakeholder interviews.

The assessment identified a disconnect in what the community’s needs are and what Maricopa offers. For example, a household needs approximately $50,000 a year to live in Maricopa, but many workers do not make that much.


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