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Public meetings planned for Airport Road development north of Williams

Phantom Ranch Village is a proposed 87-acre resident development north of Williams. (Graphic/City of Williams)

Phantom Ranch Village is a proposed 87-acre resident development north of Williams. (Graphic/City of Williams)

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The Williams Planning and Zoning Commission will hold public hearings Nov. 16 and Dec. 16 regarding a new residential and commercial development north of Williams.

Steve Iverson is requesting rezoning and master plan approval for Phantom Ranch Village, an 87-acre development proposed north of Interstate 40 between Airport Road and N. Grand Canyon Boulevard.

Following the public hearings, the project will come before the Williams City Council for a public hearing Jan. 13, 2022.

Iverson is requesting mixed rezoning within the 87 acres to encompass 313 residential units, including single family, duplex/townhomes and apartments. Also included is 15 acres for commercial development.

The master plan includes 34 acres zoned single family R1-7 zoning with 10,000 square-foot lots with 90 lots; 15 acres of single family R1-4 zoning for 4,500 square-foot lots with 67 lots; 13 acres of duplex/townhomes R-2 zoning with 100 units; 10 acres of multi-family R-3 zoning for 56 apartments; and 15 acres for commercial zoning.

The property is located at the 1100 block of Airport Rd and 1100 block of N. Grand Canyon Boulevard, APN 202-11-007J

The meetings begin at 7 p.m., Nov. 16, Dec. 16 and Jan. 13, at the Williams Council Chamber at City Hall, 113 S. First Street, Williams.

More information is available by contacting City Manager Tim Pettit at (928) 635-4451 ext. 201 or email tpettit@williamsaz.gov

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