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Notice is hereby given that during its regular meeting of December 18th, the Council will consider a resolution  to establish Standard Terms and Conditions, Design Standards  and establish fees for wireless facilities in the right-of-way.

For more information contact Development & Engineering Services.

 

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 Public Notice of Proposed Increase in Water/Wastewater Rates

At its regular meeting of January 16, 2018 the Avondale City Council will consider a recommendation to raise water and wastewater rates. Public Meetings will be held on December 12, 14 from 6 – 7:00 p.m. 

 Water and Wastewater Rate Increase - Report

 

 

Sustainability

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Municipal Sustainability Plan cover page

 

Avondale is a city on the grow! Once a small agricultural community west of Phoenix, over the past decade our population has more than doubled as we have transformed into a leading Valley city for recreation, entertainment, living, and employment. With plans for significant growth in our future, you can expect Avondale to continue evolving.

 

Municipal Sustainability Plan

Throughout our growth, Avondale has recognized the importance of sustainability, which is systematic action that creates economically viable, socially equitable, and ecologically integrated conditions to ensure present and future generations are able to survive and thrive. Using these principles helps us build a bright, more livable Avondale for today and tomorrow. 

There are many ways you can live sustainably for yourself, our community, and the planet, and it's easier than you think! Explore the pages of our Municipal Sustainability Plan to find ways to save money, prevent pollution, stay healthy, and make our community an even better place to live and grow.

 

Central Avenue

The City of Avondale recently completed construction of a forward thinking redesign of its bustling Central Avenue.

Prior to it's redesign, Central Avenue was a five-lane road with limited walkability. The project area is home to six schools and is a major thoroughfare for students who walk or bike. Design elements of the Central Avenue redesign project included removing a travel lane in each direction to accommodate pedestrian and bike paths buffered by newly installed landscape planters. The plant palette showcases native vegetation which helps students stay cool on the walk or bike ride to school. Keeping pedestrians and bicyclists off of the road serves to improve safety and promote increased ridership. The landscaped median is also designed as a Low Impact Development (LID) project where storm water runoff is collected to irrigate plants, rather than allowing that storm water to be collected in storm pipes to be distributed off site.

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Avondale's future is bright. By working together, we can create the sustainable city we want to see!

For more information please contact Drew Bryck, Environmental Program Manager at 623.333.4220