Land use changes recommended to facilitate Maricopa Station

By Monica D. Spencer | InMaricopa

The Planning and Zoning Commission on March 28 recommended rezoning changes to several properties within the proposed Maricopa Station development area, citing the need to “promote greater commercial activity.”

The panel’s recommendations move forward to City Council, which will take action on them during its April 4 meeting.

The changes would affect a multitude of properties covering approximately 63 acres in the vicinity of John Wayne Parkway and Honeycutt Avenue, just south of Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway, transforming the area to commercial and mixed-use zoning from rural and industrial.


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