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Understanding Maricopa County, Arizona, land use and zoning

Whether you are in the planning stages of a project in Maricopa County, Arizona, or you have hit a roadblock in a project, having experienced legal representation can help. At Faith, Ledyard & Faith, PLC, we understand the land use and zoning requirements of the area and for over 30 years, we have represented government entities, developers and homeowners in real estate matters.

Land use and zoning issues can be contentious and very technical. We provide experienced, skilled and knowledgeable representation for our clients in these types of matters. We also represent and advise local boards on zoning and planning issues.

Some of the issues we handle include:

— Land acquisition

— Rezoning requests

— Zoning appeals

— Permits, including those for conditional use

— Ordinance challenges

— Environmental impact assessment

— Code enforcement

— And much more

We are committed to securing approvals for your project, including clearing obstacles that might stand in your way. We handle all planning and zoning matters, which can include public works projects to major housing developments to commercial structures. Homeowner associations can also benefit from having an experienced attorney representing their interests.

The zoning ordinance for Maricopa County is 321 pages long — we are intimately familiar with this ordinance and what is required for any type of residential or commercial project. Without the right legal knowledge, your project could be held up for an undetermined time or even be forced out. We have built relationships with decision-makers in the area and we know the history of the area.

To learn more about the services we offer, please read over webpages on zoning and other real estate issues.

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