Developer agrees to traffic study for big residential project in Yuma

By Mara Knaub | Yuma Sun

Reassured by promises of a traffic study and a street route redesigned to calm traffic, the Yuma Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the preliminary plat for Santana Subdivision Units 1-4.

The commission recently considered the request for approval made by Colvin Engineering, on behalf of Santana 142 RE Holdings, which plans to divide 132 acres into 461 residential lots.

The property is located at the southeast corners of Avenue 7½E and 36th Street, near the Foothills Walmart, and is currently undeveloped. This subdivision will be developed with frontage along Avenue 7½E, and 40th Street.


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