August 10, 2017
Master Plan vision of the Deep Well Ranch development near the Prescott Airport. (Courtesy illustration)
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Majority of City Council wants to move forward, mayor says
Despite an effort by Mayor Harry Oberg to allow more time for review of the Deep Well Ranch project, it appears that a majority of Prescott City Council members want to proceed with a possible vote on Nov. 28.
Development agreement will get public airing, says city attorney
Despite a looming change of leadership in late November, consideration of the Deep Well Ranch master plan will move ahead under the current Prescott City Council.
‘No’ to density pushes for dramatic reduction in number of homes; developer objects
The number of homes that will be allowed in the Deep Well Ranch development could drop from 10,500 to about 5,250 if the Prescott City Council follows the advice of its planning board.
Prescott P&Z Commission weighs concerns about scope, density, airport
In the midst of a host of suggestions from Prescott Planning and Zoning Commissioners this week, a recommendation on the Deep Well Ranch project has been pushed off until at least the end of September.
As planners envision it, the new Deep Well Ranch master plan would have a level of regulatory flexibility that they say would allow for a cohesive community.