Project Overview

19North is a collaborative partnership between the City of Phoenix, community leaders and stakeholders. More importantly, it's the name of a community collaborating with neighborhoods, schools, churches, businesses, non-profits, local government and law-enforcement so that every business thrives, every student succeeds and every neighborhood is safe. The 19North team is working together to produce a Transit Oriented Development District Plan for the area primarily located along the 3.2 mile Northwest Phase I extension north on 19th Avenue from Montebello Avenue to Dunlap Avenue. See project boundary map here.


Policy Plan Objectives

The plan will articulate the community's long-range vision, create policy basis for rezoning properties and identify implementation strategies to produce outcomes that benefit all residents. The Plan will specifically achieve the following:

  • Articulate the community's long-range vision

  • Create the policy basis for rezoning property along the light rail system

  • Reflect the goals and policies of the General Plan Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Strategic Policy Framework

  • Identify investment opportunities to advance the vision

  • Identify associated implementation strategies, tools, and partners


  • January 25, 2018 - Community Meeting #1 (Mapping Areas of Change)

  • April 12, 2018 - Community Meeting #2 (Assets, Themes, and Investments)

  • April 4, 2019 - Community Meeting #3 (Prioritizing Key Investments)

  • Currently - City staff is organizing the community input from the 3 Community Meetings into a Draft Policy Plan

  • Next Steps - Review and Comment on Draft Policy Plan








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Project Team


Samantha Keating, Principal Planner

(602) 262-6823



Joél Carrasco, Planner III

(602) 262-6940



Maja Brkovic, Project Lead

(602) 261-8701



Cody White, Alhambra Village Planner

(602) 534-5829



Nick Klimek, North Mountain Village Planner

(602) 534-7696