Planning Initiatives

The City of Tucson works to advance goals of sustainability, equity, economic growth, and vibrant, livable neighborhoods through corridor and place-based initiatives and special projects. These initiatives implement the goals of Plan Tucson and provide an opportunity for community members to shape the future of their city.

Recently Approved

Food Truck Courts (November 2023)

Smoke Shops UDC Amendment (November 2023)

Active Planning Projects

Casita Model Plan Competition

Corridor Redevelopment Tools

Grant Road Investment District Expansion

Menlo Park Neighborhood Plan

Plan Tucson Update

Thrive in the 05: Building Community in the Oracle Area

Tucson Norte-Sur: Investing in Resilient Communities + Transit

Previous Planning Projects

Accessory Dwelling Units Code Amendment (Adopted December 2021)

Adaptive Reuse

Commercial Parking Code Amendments (Adopted August 2022)

Concurrent Plan Amendment / Rezoning Processes UDC Text Amendment (Adopted in 2020)

Grant Road Land Use Planning (Urban Overlay District adopted in 2018)

Infill Incentive District Update (Adopted in December 2022)

La Doce, South 12th Avenue (Infrastructure Assessment and Redevelopment Strategy completed in 2018)

Oracle Area Revitalization Project

Social Equity and Marijuana Licenses (Adopted in December 2022)

Medical and Adult-Use Marijuana Code Amendment (Adopted in 2021)

Ronstadt Transit Center Joint Development Opportunity (RFPs issued in 2014 and 2015)

Sign Code Revision Project (Adopted in 2017) 

Streetcar Land Use Plan

Sunshine Mile Urban Overlay District (Adopted September 2021)

Water Conservation Code Amendments (Adopted June 2023)


To view an archive of previous plans and studies, please see the Studies & Reports page.