Buckeye Planning and Zoning approves three projects

(Photo via City of Buckeye)

By Jason W. Brooks | Your Valley

BUCKEYE – The city of Buckeye’s City Council has not had a busy summer, which means councilors will have plenty of catching up to do this fall — especially in development hearings.

That’s because the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission has remained fairly busy.

It recommended approved of several development applications this summer and in the late spring, including three projects recommended for approve by the board Tuesday, Aug. 24.

The board unanimously recommended a preliminary plat for 246 age-restricted homes to be built on about 89 acres as part of Unit E of the Festival Ranch master-planned community. A 111-unit phase, followed by a 135-unit phase, will be built near the northwest corner of North Desert Oasis Boulevard and Sun Valley Parkway.

The parcel, designated as Parcel AA-1 in an amendment created last December, was identified as an “active adult” parcel. It will have 31% devoted to landscaping space.

Buckeye City Planner Robert Busick said there was one comment in support of the phases.

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