Planning & Zoning

 

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Serving the Beaver Creek Communities of Lake Montezuma ~ Rimrock ~ McGuireville of Arizona

Beaver

Creek

Regional

Council

Planning & Zoning / Land Use Committee

THE COMPLAINT DEPARTMENT

Have a complaint about a code violation in your neighborhood?  Check out what you can do about it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chairperson:

Sharon Brooks

 

Members:

Steve Sprinz

Kala Pearson

Ray Michalowski

Bob Bruno

Bob McClarin

 

 

 

 

 

 

992 Beaver Creek Community Plan

 

VISION 2020 Community Plan - Coming Soon

 

2003 Yavapai County General Plan

 

Verde Valley Regional Land Use Plan

 

Link Library

Yavapai County Planning & Zoning Ordinance

 

Yavapai County Subdivision Ordinance

 

Yavapai County Building Code

 

Yavapai County Administrative Code

 

Wildcat Developement -

Lot Splitting & Developement Regulation

 

 

What is a Code Violation? 
Blight and nuisances can de-value, detract and degrade the quality of any neighborhood.  Common ordinance violations include but are not limited to the following: 

The storage of any building material, equipment, tires, auto parts, appliances and personal items that are not shielded from public view.

Non-running, inoperable, disabled or abandoned vehicles.

Farm animals may be prohibited in certain zoning districts and/or limited to the amount allowed.

Failure to display address.

Grading, erecting fences, placement of manufactured homes and building etc… without the proper permits.

Failed Septic Systems.

Recreational vehicle or camping on vacant property.

Accumulation of Horse Manure and/or animal feces.

Dangerous buildings.

Light pollution in excess of the Dark Sky Ordinance.

What is Not a Code Violation?  Examples of what is NOT a violation are below:

Ugly or unattractive automobiles, trucks and recreational vehicles.

Weeds in the ditch along the roadway should be maintained by the property owner or reported to the Public Works.

Violations of CC&R’s. 

Excessive dust during construction should be reported to ADEQ at (800) 234-5677

Legally parked vehicles on the public right-of-way.  If inoperable or abandoned notify the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.

Excessive barking or dogs at large (report to Sheriff’s Office - Animal Control).

Social nuisances and noisy activities should be reported to the Sheriff’s Office.

 

Click here to download a County COMPLAINT FORM

Yav Co Complaint Form.pdf

Violations can also be called-in through the VIOLATION HOTLINE 928 771-3464.

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Ty pe

Zoning

No.

%

 

Acres

%

C

Commercial; neighborhood Sale and Services

197

3.42%

 

56.69

0.5%

C

Commercial; Gen. Sales & Services

6

0.1%

 

15.03

0.13%

I

Industrial;  General Limited

18

0.31%

 

156.62

1.39%

I

Performance Industrial

1

0.02%

 

7.75

0.07%

R

Residential;  Single Fam. Limited

2815

48.88%

 

1651.39

14.67%

R

Residential;  Single Fam.

968

16.81%

 

989.41

8.79%

R

Residential;  Rural Core Area

1232

21%

 

6934.45

61.59%

R

Residential;  Rural Outlying Area

7

0.12%

 

1150

10.21%

R

Residential Multi-Family

184

3.19%

 

68.29

0.61%

R

Residential and Services

11

0.19%

 

9.72

0.09%

R

Planned Area Development

303

5.26%

 

219.41

1.95%

O

(Open Space) Core Area

6

0.1%

 

0

0%

R

Planned Urban Development

11

0.19%

 

1.05

0.01%

 

Total

5759

100%

 

11259.81

100%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Open Space) Forest Service Surrounding Core Area

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

ALL COMMERCIAL

203

3.52%

 

71.72

0.64%

I

ALL INDUSTRIAL

19

0.33%

 

164.37

1.46%

R

ALL RESIDENTIAL

5531

96.04%

 

11023.72

97.9%

O

OPEN SPACE CORE AREA

6

0.1%

 

0

0%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Core Area

 

 

 

 

 

 

Open Space

6

0.1%

 

0

0%

 

Subdivisions & PUD

3989

69.27%

 

2719.86

24.16%

 

Planned Area Development

303

5.26%

 

219.41

1.95%

 

RCU-2  Residential

1232

21.39%

 

6934.45

61.59%

 

Business

222

3.85%

 

236.09

2.1%

Housing Change from 1990 to 2000

 

 

 

 

1990

2000

% Change

Total

1109

1660

50%

Owner Occupied

685

1105

59%

Renter Occupied

136

366

169%

Medium House Value

£78,800

£105,700

34%

Average Household Size

2.22

2.22

0

Beaver Creek Community Zoning Chart

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“Y” Commercial District

Lake Montezuma - Rollins Square Commercial District

Beaver Creek Road Central Commercial District

Beaver Creek Road North Commercial District

Beaver Hollow Industrial District

McGuireville Commercial District

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Commercial  Needs And the Survey Said:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plant Nursery

 

 

Community Preferred Industry

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Community Services Needs

And the Survey Said...

The Committee interacts and consults with the Water and Transportation Committees on all key development and zoning issues related to the Beaver Creek communities and neighborhoods.  A chief role of the committee is the cooperation with Yavapai County officials in upholding County Ordinances and advise and comments on Yavapai County ordinance changes and Public Hearings

 

 

 

The purpose of the Planning and Zoning Committee is to communicate on all matters dealing with zoning, building, and growth in the Communities of Beaver Creek. Accordingly, its goal is to help preserve the rural lifestyle of the communities of Beaver Creek by representing the purpose and goals of the Council.

 

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COMMITTEES SEEKING ACTIVE  MEMBERS  

 

If you have an interest in planning and zoning, land use and economic issues affecting the Beaver Creek area we would love to hear from you.  Contact Kala Pearson at Kala_Pearson@BeaverCreekAZ.org