Public hearings for 'Plan Tucson' draft | Events
Tomorrow marks the first of two public hearings before the City’s Planning Commission to discuss Plan Tucson. Those interested in expressing their opinion on the matter will have an opportunity to beginning tomorrow.
Location and time of both meetings are as follows:
First meeting –
- WHEN: February 13, at 6 p.m.
- WHERE: Abrams Building Meeting Room, Pima County Health Department, (3950 S. Country Club Road)
Second meeting –
- WHEN: February 27, at 6 p.m.
- WHERE: Mayor and Council Chambers of City Hall, (255 W. Street).
Plan Tucson is the City’s proposed replacement to the current General Plan. Under Arizona State Law municipalities are required to adopt a new or existing plan once every ten years.
The General Plan is a long-term policy document that is intended to guide decisions affecting elements that shape the City, for example economic development, historic preservation, housing, water and energy resources and transportation and land use.
After review by the City’s Planning Commission, Mayor and Council will have the opportunity to refer Plan Tucson to November’s ballot for voter approval. If approved, Plan Tucson will become the City of Tucson’s new General Plan.
General information, working documents, maps, and contact information can be found on the Plan Tucson website at www.tucsonaz.gov/plantucson.