Planning & Zoning

The Planning and Zoning Division coordinates both long-range and current planning activities within the city.

Long-Range Activities


Long-range activities include administering, updating, and implementing the City of Eloy General Plan, and participating in other land use, transportation, and economic development planning related studies.

Current Planning Activities


Current planning activities include the administration, review and approval of all rezoning, conditional use permits, preliminary and final plat applications. The City charges a fee for these services. City staff also administers / augments / updates the city’s zoning districts, zoning code, zoning map and subdivision ordinance. This division also provides staff support to the Board of AdjustmentPlanning and Zoning Commission, Downtown Advisory Commission, and City Council for their recommendations and decisions.

Zoning


Zoning Map
Zoning Districts
Zoning District Summary
Zoning Interactive Viewer


Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulations Update (2017-2018)



INTRODUCTION
A preliminary draft of all of the components of the updated Eloy Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Ordinance Regulations have now been prepared and reviewed by the City’s Planning & Zoning Commission. This update has included the comprehensive review of all of the components of Chapters 21 and 15 of the City Code. In conjunction with the technical analysis and the editing of and augmenting of the text, tables and illustrations, community input has also been actively sought through the email blast of each module and notification of upcoming community meetings.

City Staff from the Community Development Department have served as the City Advisory Committee. City Staff and the Consultant (Michael Baker International) have worked closely with the City’s Planning and Zoning Commission (as the Technical Committee) to review project progress and drafts of each of the Code’s Articles as they have been prepared in draft form. Stakeholders (i.e. property owners, interested residents, business owners, etc.) have been updated (via email) on project progress, draft products and provided opportunities to solicit input. Opportunities have also been provided to the community at large through the recent conduct of two community meetings and periodic updates provided on the City’s website and Facebook pages. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Jon Vlaming or Belinda Cota at 520.466.2578.

The update of the Ordinance and Regulations pertain to the entire 113 square mile area within the jurisdiction of the City of Eloy. If you are unsure if your property is located in the City, please click on this link. (to map of city-in orange). The project started in April 2017 and is expected to be reviewed at public hearings of the Planning & Zoning Commission (April 18, 2018-tentative) and City Council (June 11, 2018-tentative) to culminate this important project.
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Work Session #1/Project Introduction/April 19, 2017


The information reviewed at the this work session includes:

Work Session #2/Annotate Outline/June 21, 2017


The information reviewed at this work session includes:

Work Session #3/Module #1 Review/August 16, 2017


Work Session #4/Module#2 Review/September 20, 2017


Work Session #5/Module #3 Review/October 11, 2017


Work Session #6/Module #4 Review November 15, 2017
No meeting-Meeting has been cancelled.

Work Session #6/Module #4 Review/December 14th, 2017


Work Session#7/Module#5 Review/January 17th, 2018

Work Session#8/Module #6 Review/February 21st, 2018

Community Open House Meetings: Your input is Needed!

Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM, at Eloy Community Service APS Room, located at 100 E. 7th Street, Eloy, AZ 85131; and
Thursday, March 1, 2018, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, at Michael Baker International Offices, Phoenix Plaza Tower II, located at 2929 N. Central Avenue, 8th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85012

The City of Eloy is conducting a comprehensive update to its Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations to create a more modern, user-friendly document that will help to guide growth in an orderly, healthy and save manner. All residents, land owners, business operators and interested stakeholders are encouraged to attend one of these two community open house meetings.
For the Open House Meeting Flyer, click here.

Eloy Community Meeting Presentation PDF 


Official Eloy Zoning MAP-Minor Revisions

The City of Eloy Planning & Zoning Commission will consider the proposed repeal of the existing Official Zoning Map, and its replacement with the updated Official Zoning Map to reflect the new Eloy Zoning Ordinance. The proposal would delete, in its entirety, the existing Official Zoning Map; and it would be replaced by the updated Official Zoning Map

The changes, as reflected on the updated Official Zoning Map, are as follows:

New Zoning Districts Added (no new areas delineated on the updated Official Zoning Map)

RR 2.5 Rural Residential; min. 2.5 acres per dwelling unit
R1-54  Estate Residential; min. 1.25 acres per dwelling unit
MU      Mixed Use District-allows both residential and select employment uses
BP       Business Park-allows research and technology uses in a campus setting
PF        Public Facility-allows for public and semi-public uses

Minor Title Change to the Name of Zoning District on the Updated Official Zoning Map
From                                                               To

Airport Overlay District                                 Aviation Overlay District

Community Core District                              Downtown Core District

R1-43 Estate Density Residential                  R1-43 Estate Residential

R1-12 Low Density Residential                     R1-12 Single Family Residential

R1-6 Medium-High Density Residential        R1-6 Single Family Residential

Amend Existing Zoning District Name and Density Range District 
From       R-2, Medium-High Density Residential/6-8 du per acre    To     R-2  Small Lot Residential 6-10 du per acre

Removal of Existing Zoning District Designations (and Density Enhancement, Where Applicable)

MPD   Master Planned Development not currently depicted on the existing Official Zoning Map.

R1-8    Single Family Residential; min. 8,000 sq. ft. per dwelling unit-areas on existing map have been renamed as the R1-6 zoning district (min. 6,000 sq. ft.) on the updated map-providing increased density for R1-6 parcels.

R-3      Multiple-Family Residential; max. 10 dwelling units per acre-areas on existing map have remained as the R-3 zoning district (max. 24 du/ac) on the updated map-providing increased
density for the former designated R-3 parcels.

Click here to see these changes:

Zoning Map


Work Session  #9/Recommendation for Adoption Hearing by the Planning and Zoning Commission/May 16th, 2018


The pdf’s below are the draft documents that the Planning and Zoning Commission will consider at this meeting:
DRAFT Subdivision Regulations-Chapter 15;
DRAFT Zoning Ordinance-Chapter 21;
DRAFT Zoning Map

Work Session #10/Recommendation for Adoption Hearing by the Planning and Zoning Commission/June 20th, 2018

City Council Work Session/June 18th, 2018 at 6 PM at City Council Chambers

City Council Review and Possible Adoption/ July 23rd, 2018 (Tentative)