Fain Signature Group and Yavapai College team up to address attainable housing challenges in central Arizona.
Residents Invited to Plan Sedona Event on Housing Future
Residents are invited to attend the next Plan Sedona Event on housing.
Help Chandler Make Move-In Kits
Chandler assists vulnerable Chandler residents obtain housing.
Fain Signature Group Tapped as Game Sponsor for the Champion Wranglers Season Opener
This week, Fain Signature Group of Prescott Valley, AZ., the town’s community designer & builder, was selected as the Northern Arizona Wrangler’s Game Sponsor for the championship team’s season opener this Saturday evening, March 25th. Earlier this year, Joe Contadino of Universal Homes with Brad Fain of Fain Signature Group (FSG), partners in the Tapestry Apartments of Prescott Valley, responded […]
Pima County Seeks Affordable Housing Projects Applications
Pima County is seeking applications for the development or preservation of affordable housing.
Chandler Approves Public Housing Development Project
Chandler City Council approved a development agreement to co-develop Villas on McQueen.
Flagstaff Affordable Housing Community Evening
Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff are pleased to invite you to “Arizona Storytellers.”
Mayor Corey Woods Appointed to Housing Leadership Role
Mayor Woods is taking on a national leadership role to further advance community development.
Tucson Awarded Over $2 Million for Affordable Housing
City of Tuscon received over $2 million for affordable housing solutions.
Revitalized Chandler Ranch is Near Fully Leased
With lease-up close at hand, NewQuest Properties is preparing for the next wave of openings in Chandler Ranch.
Glendale Experiencing Unprecedented Growth
Unprecedented growth more than doubles Glendale’s general fund balance in five years.
Sedona Workforce Housing Assistance
Applications are now being accepted for the Sedona Workforce Housing Assistance Program.
Scottsdale Continues Work to Address Short-Term Rental Concerns
The Scottsdale City Council voted unanimously in favor of two proposed updates to the city’s Vacation Rental ordinance and Nuisance Parties and Unlawful Gatherings ordinance at its meeting Wednesday night.
Construction Now Underway at Mesa Arts District Lofts in Downtown Mesa
Construction is underway at the Mesa Arts District Lofts, a large mixed-use residential project that is a key part of the downtown revitalization effort. The project will have 5 buildings on approximately 10 acres along Main Street, east of Sirrine, on the former Brown and Brown auto dealership site
City of Sedona Takes Major Steps Toward Workforce Housing
The city of Sedona recently made three big strides to assist in offering solutions to the limited workforce housing options in Sedona.
Groundbreaking Marks Construction of Affordable Housing Collaboration between Maricopa County, City of Avondale and Trellis PartnerCity of Avondale, Maricopa County, and Non-profit Trellis Partner to Bring Affordable Homes Ready for Occupancy in Summer 2022
Construction is now underway on a project that will bring new affordable homes to the West Valley for low to moderate income homebuyers. The collaborative project between the City of Avondale, Maricopa County, H&B Builders, Architectural Resource Team, and the community housing development organization Trellis, will bring three new homes to vacant lots located at the northwest corner of Elwood Street and El Mirage Road.
City of Flagstaff Opens 30-day Public Comment Period for Draft 10-Year Housing Plan
The City of Flagstaff Housing Section is asking for public input on its draft 10-Year Housing Plan.
Mesa is Accepting Applications for Mortgage Assistance – Foreclosure Prevention Program
Mesa residents financially impacted by COVID-19 and needing help with mortgage payments to avoid foreclosure may still apply for assistance through the City.
Mesa Mayor Giles Joins State, Local Officials to Kick off Homelessness Initiative
Mesa Mayor John Giles said the problem of homelessness has only increased as governments have grappled with COVID-19, and that it’s time for a new focus on the problem that leverages pandemic relief funding.
Critical Home Rehabilitation Funds Available for Eligible Surprise Residents
The City of Surprise is currently accepting applications from income-eligible, owner-occupied property owners in Surprise in need of assistance for critical home repairs to ensure the home is healthy and safe to occupy.
Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) Program Year 2020
Notice is hereby given by the City of Surprise that the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) Program Year 2020 has been drafted and will be available to the public for review for a period of 15 calendar days beginning August 23, 2021.
Chandler Expands Existing Landlord Incentive Program
Chandler’s Housing and Redevelopment Division has recently expanded its “Increasing Rental Opportunities in Chandler” (I-ROC) program.
East Valley Senior Home Sharing Program Named Winner of $250,000 Housing Security Challenge
The Arizona Community Foundation, Republic Media, and Morrison Institute for Public Policy are pleased to announce the winner in the Housing Security Challenge, the fourth philanthropic prize competition offered under the New Arizona Prize banner.
Flagstaff Residents Called to Take the Flagstaff Housing Survey
Affordable, accessible, and decent housing is of critical importance to a community’s health and viability. On December 1, 2020, the Flagstaff City Council declared a Housing Emergency in Flagstaff, prioritizing affordable housing within City operations to create safe, decent, and affordable housing opportunities for all community members.
City Adds Shelter Beds, Invests in Solutions for Homelessness
The City of Phoenix is investing millions of dollars to meet the needs of those in our community experiencing homelessness. This includes efforts to not only assist those currently lacking shelter, but also those struggling to stay in their homes as the city works to provide more affordable housing options. The city has committed $20 million from the 2020-2021 fiscal […]
Yuma Records All-Time High for Housing Construction in 2020Upward trend continues with 601 new homes over the past year.
While having to update and change procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Yuma’s Department of Community Development facilitated a big surprise in 2020: a record-setting 601 permits for new homes. While there were no shortage of challenges in 2020, the City of Yuma saw record-setting gains in development and growth. “It was a heck of a year – […]
New Online Survey Seeks Priorities Regarding Housing, Economy
The City of Yuma is joining with other Yuma County communities in seeking residents’ experiences with housing, jobs, transportation, and community needs in a new online survey open now. The findings of this housing and economic opportunity study will influence how local agencies prioritize federal Community Development Block Grant and HOME funds to best respond to community needs. The survey […]
Prescott Valley Community Development Report: July 2018
The Prescott Valley Community Development Department released the July 2018 monthly staff report featuring 248 permits across both commercial and residential. The following is a quick overview. Commercial Valuation Amount (Permits) Demolition (1) $1 $107.00 Garages, Carports (0) $0 $0 Improvements (10) $219,530.00 $3,474 MISC Other (15) $1,412,955.00 $13,453.00 New (0, 1 Deposit) $0 $307 Zoning $8,000 $140 TOTAL Commercial: […]