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Mesa looks at more flexible parking rules for downtown, taller buildings

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Mesa is looking at easing parking requirements for mid and high-rise buildings.

The Mesa City Council will consider changing current requirement that taller buildings have parking garages and structures. The change would make parking garages and structures optional instead of a requirementd.

The move would change existing parking and development codes adopted in 2012.

A city staff presentation on the change argues Mesa can still foster more urban developments and density in its downtown area.The Council is considering the change at its meeting today.

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