Plenty on Buckeye P & Z agenda for Tuesday

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BUCKEYE — There are six items on the Buckeye Planning and Zoning Commission's agenda for Tuesday's 6 p.m. meeting.
That's the most in several months. The board is set to meet at City Hall, 530 E. Monroe Ave.  

Trillium Village 3's Community Core is a proposed 41-acre community center and park site development. The Trillium development is located north and west of Sun Valley Parkway and Wintersburg Parkway.

It's an elaborate facility that would serve the residents of Trillium the way some of the Sun City Festival facilities serve residents of that community.
The site plan includes a 7.6-acre lake, a boardwalk, a community facility, a fitness center, a transitional landscape palette and a park.

Excluded from this site plan submittal is a remaining mixed-use site to the north of the community core, which is about 14 acres. That parcel will be developed at a later date.

According to a Buckeye city staff report, the water supply for Trillium will be provided by groundwater wells distributed throughout the community,
The next item on the agenda is site-plan approval for First Street at Skyline.

That's a proposed bungalow-style, 222-unit rental community on about 26 acres, which is the first planned component of the 143-acre Mountain View Business Park mixed-use development along McDowell Road at the future Dean Road alignment.

Sienna Hills, a single-family residential development, is located north of the proposed development, across McDowell Road. The staff report boasts the plan includes 54% open space. The density would be 10 units per acre.

Heritage West is a housing project up for preliminary plat approval. The 211-acre site is on the southeast corner of Miller and Broadway roads.

The project includes 827 lots with about 51 acres of landscaped open space. There are three three lot sizes proposed.

Verrado Victory District phases 9 and 10 are also up for preliminary plat approval. This 173-acre plat is intended to create 504 single-family residential lots beyond the western end of Bethany Home Road and northwest of Tiger Mountain Road.

The preliminary plat for the EPS Group's 564 San Madera lots are near the northwest corner of Broadway and Watson roads. The 151-acre plat would have a density of 3.74 homes per acre.

Lastly, the preliminary plat for the 96 single-family Encanto 38 residential lots are on about 36 acres, with a commercial lot on nearly 4 acres, located between Jackrabbit Trail and 191st Avenue along Monte Vista Road. The density would be 2.6 units per acre; the 38-plus acres were recently the subject of one of the city's most contentious annexations of the past year.

Buckeye, planning and zoning, development, water, affordable housing, Trillium, Victory Verrado, San Maderas, Heritage

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