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High Occupancy Housing Plan
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What is High Occupancy Housing?

High Occupancy Housing (HOH) is generally buildings that house more than 75 persons per acre or have more than 30 units per acre in dormitory or apartment-style units.  Due to a combination of pent up demand, constrained supply and the 2011 changes to the Zoning Code to promote mixed use development, interest in large multi-family housing projects has grown. The Village at Aspen Place (601 E Piccadilly Dr) is the first example of high occupancy housing built in the City.

How can I get involved?

Open House Recap 

Thank you to all that attended the Open House meetings. The Open Houses were the second step in the public outreach process. The purpose of the meetings was to share the findings harvested from the cafes, to share information about how other communities are tackling similar issues, and to discuss the breadth and form of the policy work.  On the Archive page there are digital copies of the posters and handouts from the meetings as well as video presentations. 

Whats happening next?

The next step of public participation will be collaborative workshops focusing on developing policies for the draft plan. The goal of the workshops is to go in depth on specific elements and create a forum for staff and community members to collaboratively develop solutions and alternatives for consideration by the Commissions and Council. The project team will participate in the meetings but they will be led by a neutral facilitator. Meeting dates have not been set but will be held this Spring. 

Have you subscribed to the Flagstaff Community Forum yet? Surveys will be posted on the Flagstaff Community Forum throughout the process.

Contact Us
If you have questions or concerns or would like to be added to our mailing list, please call Sara Dechter, Comprehensive Planning Manager at (928)213-2631 or email her at .