Photo via Flagstaff Medical Center
By Abigail Kessler | Arizona Daily Sun
The Flagstaff City Council adopted the phase one specific plan and zoning map amendments for the new Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) campus Tuesday night, along with the development agreement.
Plans for the campus have been underway since April 2021, with the current list of items working its way through the city approval process since March.
Northern Arizona Healthcare (NAH) plans to develop a 172-acre property next to Fort Tuthill County Park as a replacement for the current FMC, alongside a new ambulatory care center (ACC) and, eventually, a larger health and wellness village.
The specific plan, zoning map amendments for the first phase of the project, were up for approval Tuesday after a first reading was approved May 16. The project’s development agreement, which also includes some requirements for its second phase, was also brought to this week’s meeting.