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Projects, General Plan Amendments and Development

Please note that the estimated construction starting date is subject to the following: timely right of way acquisition, federal permits clearance, utility relocation and funding.

If you have questions or concerns regarding a project, please click on the project title for contact information.

Project Name Status Type Description
El Conquistador Way and Oracle Road Rezoning Active Private Development Project Proposed neighborhood commercial, senior care and multi-family uses
La Canada Drive at Oro Valley Community Center Pedestrian Improvements Active Roadway Projects Pedestrian improvements, including safety improvements and a new traffic signal, at the intersection of La Canada Drive and Oro Valley Community Center
Tucson Electric Power Conditional Use Permit on Tangerine Road Active Private Development Project THIS APPLICATION HAS BEEN APPROVED - Upgrade existing utility poles
Tangerine Road and La Cholla Boulevard Rezoning (Cresta Morado) Active Private Development Project Proposed General Plan Amednment and Rezoning Request
55 E Tangerine Road Cell Site Active Private Development Project THIS APPLICATION HAS BEEN APPROVED - Proposed communication faciity
Villages at Silverhawke Active Private Development Project THIS APPLICATION HAS BEEN APPROVED - Proposed Conceptual Model Home Architecture
Tangerine Road and Como Drive - Site Plan Change (Victory Church and Springboard Youth Crisis) Active Private Development Project Proposed site plan change to access Como Drive
Oracle Road and Greenock Drive Commercial/Office Development Active Private Development Project Proposed commercial/office development
La Cholla Boulevard/Naranja Road - Saguaros Viejos West Active Private Development Project 44-lot residential subdivision
Pipeline Replacement - Southwest Gas Project Active Roadway Projects Southwest Gas will be performing improvements to their infrastructure through parts of Oro Valley and Pima County
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