Jasper development Phase 1 comes before Prescott Valley council on Thursday
Updated as of Tuesday, August 6, 2019 10:01 PM
The Prescott Valley Town Council meets this week to consider adopting the final development pad for Phase 1 with 362 lots, in the Jasper Development owned by Arizona Eco Development.
Council meets at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 8, in the Prescott Valley Public Library auditorium, 7401 E. Skoog Blvd.
The Jasper Development is located south of Highway 89A and west of the Granville development and encompasses 1,259 acres annexed by the town in 2014. Two months later, council members approved 3,587 residential units on the annexed property.
Council members approved the original Final Development Plan/Plat for Jasper Phase 1 on March 22, 2018, and the development received its Certificate of Assured Water Supply for Phase 1 from the Arizona Department of Water Resources this past month.
AEC wants to make minor revisions including changes to certain easements and tracts such as placing the center of a roundabout in a privately-owned tract rather than in town right of way. The town already has approved a development agreement with Arizona Eco Development on the timing and financing of public improvements, including water storage and delivery, wastewater collection, parks, trails and public property, as well as on- and off-site roadway construction.
Council also will look at approving an agreement with the Arizona Department of Transportation for improvements on a portion of Coyote Springs Road north of Highway 89A.
The agreement sets for a 50-50 split in funding for an additional southbound lane at the intersection, widening of Coyote Springs Road from Antelope Meadows Drive, and moving the cattle guard and mailboxes further north.