Queen Creek seeks feedback on two proposed amendments to its general plan, the document that guides town growth and development.
The first amendment would change 131 acres at the northeast corner of Ocotillo and Hawes roads from medium density residential, which allows two to three homes per acre, to medium-high density residential, which allows up to five homes per acre. The request is from Taylor Morrison Homes to accommodate an active adult community.
The second amendment would change 257 acres at the northwest corner of Queen Creek and Meridian roads from a general industrial employment designation to a combination of industrial employment, commercial and residential. The largest chunk, 138 acres, would be able to accommodate up to eight homes per acre. The Barney family has requested the amendment for a mixed-use project.
Meetings will be held for residents to comment and ask questions from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and Sept. 24 at Town Hall, 22350 S. Ellsworth Road.
Those who are unable to attend a meeting may provide comments by e-mailing email@example.com or by calling (480) 358-3095.