Central City Village Planning Committee

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Central City is unique among the villages because its core is downtown, the urban center for the entire city. Downtown Phoenix, with its many government, business and cultural facilities, is the focal point of the expanding metropolitan region. Many of the oldest neighborhoods in Phoenix surround the downtown. Some are designated historic districts and contain fine architecture and tree-lined streets. Most have strong neighborhood organizations that work on improvement efforts to enhance an old-fashioned neighborhood environment. Central City Village is a government and employment center; a transportation hub including freeways, public transit and Sky Harbor International Airport; and an exciting cultural, recreational and convention center.

The Central City Village Planning Committee generally meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at Emerson Court - Phoenix Elementary School District, 1817 N 7th Street (SEC 7th Street and Palm Lane). The committee will alter from this schedule in 2017 for one meeting: Monday, October 16 (3rd rather than 2nd Monday).  Please consult the public meeting notices page for an agenda to confirm that the meeting will occur.

City Contact:

Hannah Oliver

Media Contact:

Tamra Ingersoll



ReinventPHXReinventPHX/pdd/topics/reinvent-phxPlanning for our Light Rail neighborhoodsOrangeTree
Walkable Urban CodeWalkable Urban Code/pdd/pz/walkable-urban-codeWalkable Urban CodeLakeBlue
PHX Land Reuse StrategyPHX Land Reuse Strategyhttps://skyharbor.com/landreusestrategyStrategies for airport noise impacted land.LakeBlue
TOD Annual Report & TOD District Action Plan UpdatesTOD Annual Report & TOD District Action Plan Updates/pdd/topics/reinvent-phx/todPlum

​Additional Information:

Relevant Documents:

Overlays and Regulatory Plans:

Planned Unit Developments (PUDs)

Planned Unit Development (PUD) rezoning requests are listed by case number in chronological order and are also identified by Council District and Village. Visit this page to see the development narrative (plan of rezoning and development for a site) and other related documents. Approved PUDs are regulatory. Documents are PDF format.