Idea comes from board President Adelita Grijalva.
A Tucson shelter intended to address the burgeoning number of immigrant children illegally crossing the border alone won’t be held up by city zoning rules.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a rezoning Tuesday for 130 “luxury casitas” along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads, despite opposition from residents who live near the proposed project.
PHOENIX — State lawmakers refused Wednesday to overturn local zoning laws about keeping chickens in backyards even though an Oro Valley Republican quipped it would help him with his social life.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors allowed Farmers Investment Co. to rezone its property Tuesday for residential and commercial use, but don’t expect shovels to turn dirt anytime soon.
Tucson’s decision to limit the size of marijuana cultivation sites means growers are taking their farms — and jobs — to Phoenix.
Plans to build a first-ever hospital in the Green Valley area received the go-ahead from Pima County's Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday, in spite of protests from some neighbors who say the project will spoil their view and hurt property values.
A customer shares his "canvas" - his back - for a large tattoo. Arizona justices ruled on Friday that tattoos themselves are a form of protected expression, so any city or town efforts to impose special conditions on use permits for parlors are not allowed.
They may not be everyone's idea of art. But the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that tattoos are "expressive elements" of both the artist and the wearer.
The city zoning examiner has given the OK to a hotel and commercial development on the southeast corner of River and Craycroft roads although he is recommending fewer homes be allowed than the builder wants.
To the dismay of many neighbors, the city is moving rapidly on a proposal to annex and rezone land at River and Craycroft roads for a seven-story hotel and other commercial development.
Plans for a 14-story student apartment complex will move forward, following a new court ruling that defeated a historic neighborhood’s protest.
PHOENIX - Cities that change rules about how property can be
used can be forced to compensate the owners, the Arizona Court of
Appeals has ruled.
After months of work by the city staff to create policies to
spur new development close to the planned streetcar line, the city
and the Pima Association of Governments will spend $300,000 on a
consultant to study the same topic.
Tucson's plans to allow new high-rise student apartment
buildings west of the University of Arizona could leave a few
historic bungalows in shadow.
As a new proposal for student apartments comes up at Fifth
Avenue and Sixth Street, a proposal for student apartments at
Euclid and University stalls and tries to recover