Glendale Planning Commission approves homes across from Kellis HS

Raymond S. Kellis High School /


By Mark Carlisle |

Raymond S. Kellis High School could soon be getting new neighbors.

Glendale’s Planning Commission on Thursday night approved changes to the city general plan and a zoning text amendment for an infill housing development to the east of the school. The change requires final approval from City Council.

The conversation sparked a discussion of the parking issues in the area around the proposed 15.4-acre, 43-lot housing development caused by Kellis High School to the west and Sycamore Grove Park to the east.

The park does not include parking, causing visitors to parallel park along the narrow Emil Rovey Parkway or in surrounding neighborhoods. The high school charges students to park in its lot, driving many students to park along bordering streets or in nearby neighborhoods to avoid the cost.


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