For information on current plan amendments, Contact:
Sara Dechter, AICP
Comprehensive Planning Manager
McMillan Mesa Major Plan Amendment
This proposed McMillan Mesa Major Plan Amendment is to make the Regional Plan’s Future Growth Illustration and related maps consistent with Proposition 413. On November 8, 2016, voters passed Proposition 413 - Initiative for Greater Buffalo Park, which restricted the use of approximately 300 acres of City-owned property on McMillan Mesa to public open space and passive recreation, except for an area reserved for a future veteran’s home. The full details of the amendment can be found in the application. Here are some of the key components of the amendment packet:
Map of Existing Future Growth Illustration
Map of Proposed Future Growth illustration
Traffic Modeling and Assessment
60 day Public Review
The draft major plan amendment is available for a 60 day public review. The review will be closing on August 10, 2018. Please send any comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to 211 W. Aspen Ave., Flagstaff, AZ 86001.
Neighborhood MeetingCity Staff held an open house with informational posters and open discussions on the proposed Amendment on Monday, June 18, 2018 5pm to 7pm at the NACET Business Accelerator.
Record of Proceedings from June 18th Open House
June 29th City Council Report
Public Participation Plan
Posters from Open House Growth and Land Use Poster
Parks Open Space Poster
Water Demand, Capacity, and Production
Wastewater and Stormwater
|Date||Commission||Link to Video|
|Monday, June 25 at 4pm (City Hall)||Open Space Commission||Watch video|
|Tuesday, July 3 at 6pm||City Council Update|
|Wednesday, August 1 at 4pm (City Hall)
|TBD|| Planning and Zoning Commission
PowerPoint for Open Space and City Council presentations
For details about future Regional Plan amendments, you can review the Proposed Regional Plan Amendment Tasks, Last Updated January 2018. This document is maintained by the Comprehensive Planning staff to capture known issues needing clarification in the Regional Plan. We make this document public in an effort to ensure the public has adequate opportunity to contribute to the Regional Plan as a living document. The Council has a chance to review and discuss this document annually, when the Comprehensive Planning staff presents the Regional Plan Annual Report, typically in June.
Need a Replacement Page Packet?
Many pages of the Regional Plan changed since it was adopted in 2014 due to plan amendments. Please visit The Plan web page to find replacement packets.