Phoenix opens registry for vacant properties

By Independent Newsmedia

The owners of non-residential Phoenix properties must register annually with the city as part of an effort to “respond more efficiently to issues like blight and crime.”

The Phoenix City Council passed the Vacant Property Registry ordinance last month, requiring owners of properties vacant for more than 30 days that meet the following criteria to register with the Neighborhood Services Department:

  • Non-residential properties.
  • Unimproved land that is 10,000 or more square feet.
  • Residential properties with 50 or more units.

“This is a huge win for Phoenix neighborhoods,” Neighborhood Services Department Director Spencer Self said.

“The Vacant Property Registry will enable the city to respond more efficiently to issues like blight and crime and put us in direct contact with property owners to provide essential education and resources.”

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