Give your feedback on the City’s Downtown Phoenix Plan
The City of Phoenix Planning Department staff re-write of the Downtown Phoenix Plan is available online. This document was given to the Planning Commission on May 14 and represents a major re-write of the Public Review draft presented to the Planning Commission in January by the project consultant. City staff has “tweaked” the text, replaced a number of the images, and continues to add more images and maps.
Your questions, comments, and opinions are welcome! Give your feedback before June 9, 2008 to Dean Brennan, Principal Planner, Planning Department, City of Phoenix, at 602-262-4499 or e-mail.
Staff continues to work on the Form-Based Code and is now conducting meetings with stakeholders in each of the Character Areas identified in the Plan. The Code will go to the Planning Commission and City Council this fall.
Posted on May 28, 2008, in Dining, Diversity and Cultural Inclusion, Downtown Vitality, Historic Preservation, Neighborhoods, Parks & Open Space, Shopping, Sustainability, Visioning and Planning and tagged Dean Brennan, Downtown Phoenix, Form Based Codes, Phoenix City Council, Planning Commission, Planning Department, Urban Form Project. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.