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Your Voice, Our Future General Plan adopted by Town Council and will appear on the November ballot

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On September 21, 2016, Oro Valley Town Council adopted the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan, confirming its readiness to go to the public vote. This plan, which will guide Oro Valley’s future over the next 10 years, was developed by residents and community members over the last three years.

September 29, 2016

Now, in the November 2016 general election, final ratification will be up to the Oro Valley voters.

In the coming weeks, an extensive public education campaign will commence. Your Voice volunteers and staff will be at community events to talk with residents about the Plan. Information will also be shared on the Town of Oro Valley Facebook page, in the VISTA newsletter and the Explorer Newspaper.

The Your Voice, Our Future General Plan can be viewed online at You may also view hard copies at Oro Valley Town Hall (11000 N. La Cañada Drive), the Oro Valley Public Library (1305 W. Naranja Drive) or the Oro Valley Community Center (10555 N. La Cañada Drive). Hard copies are available for purchase ($30) at Town Hall.

Over the course of three years, the Plan was created through community conversations at places where residents live, work, shop and play. First, community priorities were established through extensive surveys, online forums, mobile workshops and meetings. Then, resident committees shaped the action-oriented Plan. It includes topics important to the community, like safety, natural beauty, complete community and being family friendly. Lastly, the community at large was asked to affirm its values.

Prior to Council adoption, the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan was presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Town Council in a series of public hearings in August and September. Both the Commission and Town Council affirmed the process and work of the resident committees.

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