McMillan Mesa Natural Area Zoning Map Amendment Feedback Opportunity.
City seeks input on McMillan Mesa Natural Area rezone amendment application
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona– Proposition 413 (Campaign for a Greater Buffalo Park) was passed by Flagstaff voters in 2016. This proposition restricted the use of approximately 300 acres of City-owned property on McMillan Mesa to public open space and passive recreation. The land affected by Proposition 413 is currently zoned as Public Facilities and Rural Residential. The City Council directed staff to amend the Zoning Code to reflect the outcomes of Proposition 413. The City Council approved the McMillan Mesa Natural Area major plan amendment in 2018, the next step is to amend the existing zoning of the area from Public Facilities and Rural Residential Zoning to Public Open Space.
The city is accepting comments through the Flagstaff Community Forum. If you have any questions about the McMillan Mesa Natural Area Rezoning Application or the upcoming public meetings, please contact Robert Wallace at 928-213-2154 or email@example.com. Please contact Genevieve Pearthree, Planning Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-213-2603 for questions about the Zoning Map Amendment application process.
The city is holding two community virtual meetings during the 60-day comment period to provide citizens the opportunity to ask questions and comment on the application, to ensure citizens and property owners have an adequate opportunity to learn about the application that may affect them and to facilitate ongoing communication with the community to resolve concerns.
Community meetings are on the following dates:
Meeting 1: Community Virtual Meeting
- Zoom Meeting Platform: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83705245335?pwd=OUZFdG5sWmR1SzBPR0NYNTc1emtSQT09
- Date: Dec. 14, 2020.
- Time: 5-7 p.m.
Meeting 2: Community Virtual Meeting
- Zoom Meeting Platform: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81886607204?pwd=NzZQRmZiYmlFUzlESzlGa09zU0ZKZz09
- Date: Jan. 13, 2021
- Time: 5-7 p.m.
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