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Open House Held

Thank you to all who came to the Open House held on Saturday, September 30 at the Buckeye Public Library, Coyote Branch. Over 140 participants attended the event throughout the day to learn about the General Plan Update and provide input. The full results of the input will be posted online shortly.

The 60-day review period for the Draft General Plan will begin later this month. At that time, the Public Draft Plan will be made available online for additional comments. 

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Help us Imagine what Buckeye will look like in 2040

With the community’s input and engagement, the City has developed a draft update to its General Plan: Imagine Buckeye 2040. We are excited by the ideas developed for Buckeye’s future, and want to share the plan with the community.

We invite you to an Open House on Saturday, September 30th to review and comment on the draft General Plan. As this is an open house, feel free to drop in anytime between 9 AM to 4 PM. We look forward to sharing with you the draft General Plan and get your comments and input.

For more information, click here to download and open the event flyer.


Open House

September 30, 2017
TIME: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

LOCATION: Coyote Branch, Program Room

21699 W. Yum Rd, Suite 116


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Mayor’s Meeting at Festival Ranch

On August 31st, Mayor Jackie Meck hosted a meeting at Festival Ranch to brief residents on the latest happenings at City Hall. The meeting was attended by over 200 residents. City Planning staff were on hand and set up a booth to provide information on the Imagine Buckeye 2040 General Plan Update. Thank you to all who stopped by the Imagine Buckeye 2040 booth. For those who were not able to attend, leave us a comment by clicking on the “Comments” tab on the left hand side of this website.

The draft General is expected to be completed in late Fall of 2017.

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Imagine Buckeye 2040 Public Outreach

Since the beginning of the Imagine Buckeye 2040 project, there have been 75 various public outreach efforts involving diverse stakeholders. Some of the outreach types include the distribution of flyers and public notices, workshops, City Council and City Commission updates, GPAC meetings, and attendance at city events. The public outreach has involved several key stakeholders, such as the Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Main Street Coalition, Luke Air Force Base, the White Tank Mountain Conservancy, the Arizona State Land Conservancy, Development Partnering Groups, and other local and state agencies.
Most recently, the City Council provided input on the 2040 Future Land Use Plan at their meeting on May 16, 2017.
All community input will be used to prepare the draft General Plan, which is expected in late fall 2017.
A list of public outreach efforts can be found on the Imagine Buckeye 2040 website here.

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Imagine Buckeye 2040 Vision

As part of the Imagine Buckeye public outreach, the residents and the General Plan Advisory Committee have collectively developed the following Vision Statement to guide the 2040 General Plan:

“Buckeye in 2040 is an innovative, visionary, healthy, and forward-thinking community that is safe and secure with diverse employment, housing, education and business opportunities. Buckeye offers rural to urban lifestyles with a genuine sense of heritage while being good stewards of our natural resources, open spaces and overall quality of life.”

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