A General Plan provides the vision and policies that determine how a city will grow and develop. The Phoenix General Plan is the long-range guide for the city, and addresses issues such as energy, housing, neighborhoods, public facilities, natural resources, transportation and land use.
Arizona State Statutes require that this plan be updated and/or readopted every ten years by a public vote. The Phoenix City Council adopted an updated General Plan on March 4, 2015 and referred the General Plan to the August 25 ballot. Phoenix residents approved the updated General Plan with more than 76% of the votes in support. Please see the links below to review the 2015 Phoenix General Plan.
Please contact the Long Range Planning Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-534-3753.
2015 Phoenix General Plan on ISSUU.com
2015 Phoenix General Plan (Digital Version)
2015 Phoenix General Plan (Print Version)
General Plan Update Frequently Asked Questions
General Plan Update Executive Summary
2002 General Plan
Parks and Recreation Facility Standards
Village Planning Committees
General Plan Amendment Process
General Plan Maps
General Plan Land Use Definitions
PlanPHX Interim Report and Community Update
General Plan for Phoenix 1985-2000
The Comprehensive Land Use Plan 1990 Map
The Comprehensive Plan 1990
The Interim 1985 Plan