North Gateway Village Planning Committee

The North Gateway Village strives to offer a high quality regional employment center and diverse residential communities, which both integrates with and preserves the natural desert environment. This area is composed of master-planned communities and natural amenities such as the Skunk Creek Wash and Bronco Butte. The North Black Canyon Corridor and the North Gateway Village Core are two prominent areas within the village.

The North Black Canyon Corridor (NBCC), one of the city’s premier growth areas, stretches from Happy Valley Road to Cloud Road along the east side of Interstate 17. The NBCC Plan is a policy document designed to integrate development with a system of desert preserves, urban open spaces and parks in a new urban form while promoting a sense of community, achieving a sustainable transportation system, and producing high quality development.

The North Gateway Village Core (the Core) encompasses approximately 500 acres along the east side of Interstate 17. The North Gateway Village Core Plan was designed to create a high density, urban environment that will reduce automobile trips, support transit, and promote the Skunk Creek Wash as a major natural amenity that allows for a paseo/trail opportunity. The Core provides a strong sense of place for development along a pedestrian spine connecting Skunk Creek Wash to Bronco Butte that will enhance the integrity of the mixed-use development as a true urban experience. The North Gateway Village Core Plan provides guidance on future development in the Core by incorporating the following elements: mixed use land development, accessibility and pedestrian connectivity, economic/employment opportunities, and environmental sensitivity.

The North Gateway Village Planning Committee generally meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at Goelet A. Beuf Community Center, Classroom 101, 3435 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd. Please consult the public meeting notices page for an agenda to confirm that the meeting will occur.

City Contact:

Ray Brown

Media Contact:

Sina Matthes

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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.