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Leah Brock, the Planner for Yavapai County Development Services  who is our contact for the Primrose Peaks PAD zoning request, has written us that the developers, Rimrock Partners, LLC,  have submitted an updated Site Plan to reflect using a Brocket Ranch Road extension as the main entrance, rather than the original entrance plan extending off of Bice Road.  PAD stands for “Planned Area Development” and refers to the plans submitted by a developer when asking for a zoning change from the County. Here is a link to the revised PAD.  You can see the change clearly by looking at the small inset map in the upper left-hand corner of the diagram. This is the letter sent to residents within 1000 feet asking for Citizen Participation comments.

For comparison, the original PAD Plan is here. This is the link to BCCA’s response to the initial technical review.

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