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This ordinance imposes upon commercial developers in an arid, water-limited climate to provide landscaping water budgets and include a rainwater harvesting plan in their overall permit plan. These requirements require commercial businesses to develop economic infrastructure in an efficient and sustainable way.Year: 2008•State: Arizona•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Tucson City Council•Policy: Land Use, Environment, Energy, Water
This ordinance establishes a flexible municipal transit-oriented zoning overlay district. This transit-oriented zoning overlay district is designed to be built upon by further legislation and as such contains easily modified language regarding development requirements. This ordinance establishes zoning and development requirements and restrictions which encourage the use of mass transit and decrease auto-dependency.Year: 2003•State: Arizona•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Phoenix City Council•Policy: Land Use, Energy, Environment, Transportation and Mobility
Overview of the city of Phoenix's asset map and economic development strategy.Year: 2012•State: Arizona•Type: Policy Brief or Report•Source: Greater Phoenix Metropolitian Business Planning Strategy Development Sessions•Policy: Economic Equality, Revenue, Finance, Regionalism, Job Quality
In accordance with 2007 City Council Resolution # 20519, the City of Phoenix will purchase products and services that have a reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared to competing products or services that serve the same purpose, while remaining fiscally responsible. Being fiscally responsible requires the City to consider full life cycle analysis cost of materials.Year: 2017•State: Arizona•Type: Act or Session Law•Source: Phoenix City Council, Mayors Innovation Project•Policy: Finance, Wages and Benefits, Job Quality, Environment, Transportation and Mobility, Energy