Scottsdale City Council makes way for Pima & Bronco neighborhood

The Scottsdale City Council has approved the rezoning of a 20-acre site for a 13-lot single family residential subdivision along Pima Road.

On Dec. 12, the City Council approved on consent an ordinance approving a zoning district map amendment from single-family residential environmentally sensitive lands to a single-family residential planned development on environmentally sensitive land.

The meeting took place at City Hall, 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd.

On Nov. 14, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended approving the applicant’s request by Camelot Homes Inc. involving the 20-acre site, made up of three vacant lots situated on the southwest corner of north Pima Road and east Bronco Trail.

Additionally, the council approved to declare the document, “Pima & Bronco Development Plan” a public record at the recent meeting.

The General Plan land use element, said to designate the property as rural neighborhoods includes large lot single-family neighborhoods. The report described how densities in the rural neighborhoods usually consist of one house per one acre or more of land.

The proposal by Camelot Homes includes the use of the Planned Residential District to amend development standards such as lot area, lot width and building setbacks.

Independent Newsmedia News Services Specialist Delarita Ford can be reached by e-mail at

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