Mesa pursues architectural panache

By Richard Dyer | Your Valley

Subdivisions with homes on 2,500 square feet — such as on a 50-foot-by-50-foot lot — will need to meet new single-residence development standards under plans being discussed by Mesa city officials.

Guidelines for such small-lot developments up to 6,000 square feet — such as on a 77.46-foot-by-77.46-foot lot — are to be considered by the Mesa City Council in September.

The goal is to encourage more compatible architecture, attractive residential projects, opportunities for pedestrian activity and contribute to an enhanced sense of place. The guidelines are intended for use by city staff and officials, developers, architects, engineers and community members in evaluating project applications, the draft document states.

City staff members have started meeting with advisory boards to discuss the guidelines, with the planning and zoning board discussing it June 23 and the design review board slated for mid-July.

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