Sedona to consider 2 Community Plan amendments

By Ron Eland | Red Rock News

Later this year the city of Sedona will be considering a pair of Major Plan Amendments, which, by law, can only be discussed once a year. In addition to the city’s proposed parking garage on Forest Road, the other request is to build Jordan Lofts, which calls for 84 townhome-style loft apartments. The subject parcel consists of two parcels totaling 6.5 acres along the east side of Jordan Road, bisected by Quail Tail Trail and north of Wilson Canyon Road at 630 Jordan Road and 500 Quail Tail Trail.

A pair of projects are scheduled to be on this year’s city docket as major plan amendments — the first in four years.

In a report from Senior Planner Mike Raber to city staff, he wrote that major amendments to the Sedona Community Plan are consid­ered once per year by state law.

This year there are two amendment proposals. The Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission will consider these amendment requests on July 6 and the Sedona City Council will consider them, tentatively scheduled on Sept. 15.


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