Earlier this month, members of the Chino Valley Town Council in Arizona reviewed proposed plans for an active adult community called West Meadows. They approved the proposed plans and will bring the zoning request back for a final vote in the near future.
West Meadows will be a 25-acre, age-restricted development located on the northeast intersection of Highway 89 and Road 1 South. The development will include a 55+ community as well as an RV park, recreational amenities, and assisted living facilities. Some of the proposed amenities for the active adult community include a community center, meeting rooms, arts and crafts rooms, a swimming pool, tennis and/or pickleball courts, outdoor picnic area with seating, and a dog park. The Planning and Zoning Commission voted to have the project sent for review to the town council members in June and ensure that the project include amenities in phase II of construction. Acting Development Services Director, Jason Sanks, stated that the owner of the property agreed to have the amenities built during phase I of construction rather than waiting until phase II.