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This page is where you can find completed studies and plans for the City of Page, Coconino County, and other organizations.

This page is where you can find completed studies and plans for the City of Page, Coconino County, and other organizations.

  • 2018 Comprehensive Housing Study

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    Comprehensive Housing Study

    The city is currently experiencing a dramatically changing
    economic landscape. The impending closure of the region’s
    second largest employer, the Navajo Generating Station,
    by the end of 2019 is expected to have significant impacts
    on the community. At the same time, the growing tourism
    industry in Page is placing pressures on the existing housing
    market, with increased demand for both temporary and
    permanent lodging for service industry employees and
    a growing market for vacation home rentals which will
    require shifts in the housing supply to accommodate
    demand. Page is undergoing a metamorphosis as the
    demands for housing continue to shift with the social and
    economic changes facing the community. This document
    intends to analyze the key housing issues in the community
    to aid in the development of future housing policy and
    strategy for long-term success.

  • General Plan 2006-2026

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    General Plan 2006-2026

    The intent of the Page General Plan Update is to guide intelligent and informed

    decisions about growth and development in the City of Page. The General Plan
    Update replaces the last plan for the City, prepared in 1989. The General Plan Update
    encompasses many recommendations that include the entire community, are long
    range in their effect and are often irreversible in a physical sense. For these reasons,
    day-to-day decisions regarding community growth as they apply to land use, economic
    development, circulation and public facilities and services must fit into a framework for
    the future.

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