Neighborhood Policies
& Programs

Priorities for Each Neighborhood in D6

Ahwatukee

Ahwatukee

More police presence on a consistent basis
 

Increase traffic enforcement
 

Add a new Fire Station & Police Substation on the west end of Ahwatukee to reduce call times, and account for the new construction & homes being built on the former State Trust lands.
 

More paving, especially of residential streets
 

Add amenities, including more pickleball courts, to Ahwatukee parks
 

Work with neighboring areas to see if we can extend the new Multi-Use Path along the 202 and/or connect it with a couple of Complete Streets where feasible to create a loop

 

arcadia

Secure & complete 56th Street improvement project
 

Connect the Cross Cut Canal, Arcadia Park, and the 56th St project into a unified exercise loop, with ground lighting for night time use
 

Increase traffic enforcement
 

Add strategic access to Bus Rapid Transit lines
 

Create designated biking and walking corridors away from arterial roads
 

Pave & improve our portions of the SRP canal in line with what Scottsdale has done

Arcadia
 
North Central

North central

Protect contiguous single-family residential areas from proposals to eliminate so-called “exclusionary” zoning

Increase traffic enforcement

Upgrade & improve Bridle Path, including planting new trees and adding features

 

Work with other Council members to address a permanent solution on the 7’s which eliminates the reverse lanes

 

Do not allow any new project to proceed without adequate parking

 

sunnyslope

Plant more trees

Build shade structures

Cool pave streets

Increase police presence

Work with local businesses to improve visual environment

Create comprehensive development plan to protect single-family neighborhoods

Sunnyslope
 

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