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Development & Engineering Services

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Implementing the Community Vision through Development Activities

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Tracy Stevens
Director
623-333-4012
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Tiffany Copp
Management Analyst
623-333-4213
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Stephanie Long
Administrative Assistant
623-333-4013

Overview

The Development & Engineering Services Department helps define the City's future by providing high-quality, effective and professional development services. Our team promotes a pro-business environment, by providing flexible procedures that attract developers and residents to work, play, and invest in Avondale.

 

Speak Up Avondale

A new online form to review current projects and give us your input. Visit the aVOICE online forum to share your thoughts.

 

Development & Engineering Services News

At the Avondale Council meeting last night (Feb. 4) Mayor Weise  proclaimed Feb 17-23 as Professional Engineers Week in Avondale.

We're fortunate to have a team of Engineering professional dedicated to Making Lives Better!

 Picture of Mayor and Engineers

 

At the Avondale Council meeting last night (Jan. 22) Arizona Public Service (APS) presented the City Council with a check in the amount of $71,423.35, which represents the total amount of the rebate the city received for APS energy savings to the city’s LED conversion. 

This rebate comes as a result of the citywide streetlight modernization and conversion of 7,944 High Pressure Sodium street lights to energy efficient LED fixtures. The project, completed in October 2018 by Ameresco in conjunction with city staff, reduces the city’s energy consumption by over 3 million kWh annually, and is estimated to net taxpayers $2,143,614 in energy savings over 20 years.  

 

APS Avondale Check presentation 1.22.19 (002)

Left to right: David Janover, Hether Krause, Patty McLaughlin, Tracy Stevens, Mayor Weise, Lenny Bird.

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