Orangewood subdivision at Cloud, 220th to have 93 lots

Vacant property on the northwest corner of Cloud Road and 220th Street is to become a gated 93-lot Orangewood housing subdivision, Queen Creek’s planning and zoning commission was told recently. “Something notable I wanted to point out, homes along the northern and eastern boundaries are going to be restricted to a single-story,” Steven Ester, planner […]

Customer-vehicle-flow analysis sought for planned Dutch Brothers Coffee Shop

A traffic analysis for the flow and stacking of vehicles at a planned Dutch Brothers Coffee Shop needs to be provided before a conditional use permit and site plan are considered, the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission decided. Matthew Rasmussen of Tectonics Design Group is seeking the permit and site plan to allow construction […]

Canyon State Academy Youth Village sign plan moves forward

A comprehensive sign plan for the Canyon State Academy Youth Village was recently approved by the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission. The commission in a unanimous vote Jan. 9 approved the plan, requested by John Motley of Canyon State Academy/Rite of Passage, which is on approximately 100 acres at the southeast corner of Hawes […]

94 acres including Anglin Dairy may be annexed into Queen Creek

A Madera West request to annex 94 acres, including the Anglin Dairy at Queen Creek and Signal Butte roads, is making its way through the municipal approval process. On Wednesday, Sept. 19, a public hearing hosted by Queen Creek Town Council on the application yielded no public comment. The application is tentatively scheduled to be […]

516 acres at Ironwood and Germann should be rezoned for homes, commercial uses, Queen Creek Planning Commission recommends

A total of 516 acres that were annexed into the town along with the Ironwood Crossings development should be rezoned for homes and commercial uses, the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission recently decided. The property is on the west side of Ironwood Drive between Germann Road, Pima Road and the Meridian Road alignment. It […]

Black Rock Coffee planned at Ellsworth Loop and Walnut in Queen Creek

A Black Rock Coffee is to be one of the tenants in a three-business complex planned at Ellsworth Loop and Walnut roads, a town planner said at a recent Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. Founded in 2008, the food and beverage company has one Chandler and three Mesa locations, according to br.coffee. The […]

Joint Queen Creek Town Council and planning commission meeting Aug. 15

Prior to the regularly scheduled Wednesday, Aug. 15, Queen Creek Town Council meeting, the mayor and council members are slated to hold a meeting with the planning and zoning commission. The joint meeting is to begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway in Queen Creek. Items on the agenda include […]

Del Taco Restaurant plan OK’d by commission, at Queen Creek council July 18

A permit and plan for a new Del Taco Restaurant within Queen Creek Marketplace is to be discussed by the Queen Creek Town Council at a July 18 meeting. It begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Queen Creek Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway. A public hearing was held in June about the Del Taco […]

Monopalm, sign plan before Queen Creek planning commission July 11

An 80-foot-tall wireless-communication monopalm at Rittenhouse and Combs roads and a sign plan for the Lowe’s center at Queen Creek and Ellsworth roads will be discussed at Wednesday’s planning commission meeting. A commission work session is to be held at 6 p.m. and a meeting at 7 p.m. July 11 at the Queen Creek Community […]

Del Taco drive-through restaurant site plan before planning commission June 13

A new Del Taco drive-through restaurant planned within Queen Creek Marketplace is to be discussed by the Queen Creek Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday. A commission work session is to be held at 6 p.m. and a meeting at 7 p.m. June 13 at the Queen Creek Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway. A […]