Jason Peterson

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Neighborhoods

Phoenix Village: Ahwatukee Foothills

This Village supports family-oriented outdoor lifestyles filled with hiking, biking, walking and playing in the rugged open spaces of South Mountain and the manicured parks, playgrounds and golf courses found throughout the Village.
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Click here to access maps and annual reports for Ahwatukee Foothills from the VPC site.
 
Ahwatukee Foothills

Phoenix Village: Alhambra

The beautiful Spanish name of "Alhambra" was first used by W.J. Murphy, the builder/developer of the Arizona Canal and the namesake of the Bridle Path, to designate one of four areas of north Phoenix that he sub-divided and later developed with residential homes.
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Alhambra

Phoenix Village: Camelback East

Several prominent Valley landmarks, including the 914-acre Papago Park with an 18-hole golf course and Papago Baseball Facility, Squaw Peak Mountain Park, the Phoenix Zoo and the Desert Botanical Gardens bring visitors from all over the state.
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Camelback East

Phoenix Village: Central City

Unique among the villages because its core is downtown, the urban center for the entire city. Downtown Phoenix, with its many government, business and cultural facilities, is the focal point of the expanding metropolitan region.
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Central City

Phoenix Village: Deer Valley

Characterized by its desert setting and mountains, diverse and growing communities, and large employment centers. It is distinguished by its attraction for business, variety of housing types and density ranges, the Phoenix Deer Valley Airport and easy access to the regional freeway system.
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Deer Valley

Phoenix Village: Desert View

High-end retail and office space as well as condominiums and master planned communities. These land uses compliment the equestrian ranch properties, with vast amounts of open space and large lot single-family residences located throughout dark sky areas located further north in the village.
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Desert View

Phoenix Village: Encanto

Park Central Shopping Center and surrounding mid-density area. The core also contains a portion of the Central Avenue Corridor, where commercial, high-rise office and high-rise residential development co-exist.
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Click here to access maps and annual reports for Encanto from the VPC site.
 
Encanto

Phoenix Village: Estrella

Major hub for industrial, commercial and agricultural activities in Phoenix. The majority of the northern portion of the Village comprises a MAG designated major employment center and is home to numerous warehousing, transportation, logistics, shipping and other businesses.
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Estrella

Phoenix Village: Laveen

This village, nestled between South Mountain and the Salt River, attracts residents for its rural character, community-focused traditions and the abundance of recreational amenities.
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Laveen

Phoenix Village: Maryvale

Many planned neighborhoods built from the beginning of the post-war housing boom onward. Today, the village retains a wide variety of housing and neighborhoods ranging from the older homes to recent growth with new single-family subdivisions.
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Maryvale

Phoenix Village: North Gateway

Quality employers, master planned communities, and natural amenities such as scenic washes, mountains, trails, natural wildlife and open Sonoran Desert.
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North Gateway

Phoenix Village: North Mountain

A diverse mix of residential neighborhoods and housing types including the established central corridor areas, neighborhoods in the foothills of the Phoenix Mountains, and suburban neighborhoods near the Metrocenter village core.
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North Mountain

Phoenix Village: Paradise Valley

The surrounding Phoenix Mountains, part of the city of Phoenix Mountain Preserve system, provide the area residents with biking, equestrian and hiking trails, and other recreational opportunities within a natural Sonoran Desert environment.
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Paradise Valley

Phoenix Village: Rio Vista

Predominately undeveloped with the exception of the Anthem Commerce Park, Anthem Outlets and Anthem West, a single-family residential community.
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Rio Vista

Phoenix Village: South Mountain

Embodied in its abundant diversity, its social fabric is marked by a rich variety of ethnicities, languages, cultures, mixed-income communities, and lifestyles.
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South Mountain

Phoenix: Alvarado (Maponics)

Located along the intersection of Monte Vista and Alvarado roads, extending north to the Oak Street alignment, east to Third Street and south toward Palm Lane.
September 1992 (Period of Significance: 1907-1933)
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Click here to access a map of Alvarado (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Alvarado

Phoenix: Ashland Place (Maponics)

Generally bounded by Third Street and Virginia, Hoover and Central avenues.
May 1992; boundary expansions January 2003, September 2018 (Period of Significance: 1920-1950)
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Click here to access a map of Ashland Place (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Ashland Place

Phoenix: Campus Vista (Maponics)

Generally bounded by Thomas and Osborn roads, Seventh and 15th avenues.
April 2003 (Period of Significance: 1939-1956)
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Click here to access a map of Campus Vista (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Campus Vista

Phoenix: Central Avenue Corridor (Maponics)

Roughly bounded by Camelback Road to its north, and McDowell Road to its south and halfway between the major arterial roads 7th Street and 7th Avenue, Central Avenue is the dividing line for Phoenix as well as other Maricopa County cities that do not have their own addressing system.
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Click here to learn more about the Central Avenue Corridor from my colleague Laura Boyajian.
 
Central Avenue Corridor

Phoenix: Coronado (Maponics)

Generally bounded by Seventh to 14th streets, Virginia Avenue and the alley north of McDowell Road.
November 1986; boundary adjustment January 2000 (Period of Significance: 1907-1942)
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Click here to access a map of Coronado (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Coronado

Phoenix: East Alvarado (Maponics)

Generally located along Alvarado Road between Third and Seventh streets.
May 1992 (Period of Significance: 1929-1942)
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Click here to access a map of East Alvarado (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
East Alvarado

Phoenix: Encanto-Palmcroft (Maponics)

Generally bounded by Seventh to 15th avenues, McDowell Road and the northern boundary of Encanto Park and Golf Course.
March 1987; boundary expansions June 1999, September 2005 (Period of Significance: 1920-1952)
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Click here to access a map of Encanto-Palmcroft (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Encanto-Palmcroft

Phoenix: North Encanto (Maponics)

Generally bounded by Osborn Road, Thomas Road, 15th Avenue and the alley west of 18th Avenue.
December 2002 (Period of Significance: 1939-1950)
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Click here to access a map of North Encanto (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
North Encanto

Phoenix: Willo (Maponics)

Generally bounded by First and Seventh avenues, McDowell Road and the alley north of Edgemont Avenue.
July 1990; boundary expansion June 2006 (Period of Significance: 1910-1950)
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Click here to access a map of Willo (Historic District) from the Phoenix Historic Property Register.
 
Willo