Located in the southwest valley, Laveen is a place unique in both natural beauty and agricultural heritage. Nestled between South Mountain and the Salt River, the area has long been valued by farmers, equestrians, and those looking for solitude and mountain access. As development pressures increase throughout the valley and city leaders continue to focus on infill of properties near central Phoenix, the area's proximity to downtown and access to the future South Mountain Loop will bring these pressures to bear on Laveen. The area contains approximately 28 square miles of largely undeveloped and agricultural property within a ten or twenty minute commute of the Interstate 10 corridor and downtown.
The Laveen Village Planning Committee generally meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at the Laveen Elementary School District #59, Laveen Education Center, 5001 West Dobbins Road. Please consult the public meeting notices page for an agenda to confirm that the meeting will occur.
- Boundary Map
- Census Data (2010)
- Development Impact Fee Areas
- Ethics Handbook
- General Plan Map
- VPC Meeting Dates
- Village Planning Handbook
- Zoning and Other Maps
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.