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Downtown Sub-Area Plan and Hwy 2 Corridor Development Standards

The City of Airway Heights is seeking feedback from our community and businesses on a Downtown Plan and new standards for commercial and housing development along Highway 2. You are invited to participate in the events listed here:  AWH Postcard Downtown Plan color 05.19.20 to let us know what Downtown Airway Heights should look like in the future.  The community and business input from these events will help shape our downtown and business areas.  The plan and development standards are scheduled to adopt in March 2021. For more information, please contact planinginfo@cawh.org or call (509)244-2552.

Virtual Studio Workshop - Airway Heights Downtown Plan- August 19-20:  Due to the limitations on the public gathering, the meeting will be held as a video conference, virtual presention, survey and drop-in time each day with the consultants via Zoom video and phone conferencing.

When: Aug 19-20, 2020 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Register: Please register in advance for this webinar and drop in whenever you want to see our planning progress:

https://scj.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FbpArZN5QgWD-cUjpyUH1g

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Agenda: Studio Agenda

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Industrial Sub-Area Plan

The Industrial Sub-Area Plan and feasibility study analyzed approximately 300 acres of industrial lands on the south end of the City of Airway Heights. The study assessed the practicality of future industrial development in the area, examining existing and future needs for infrastructure and utilities in order to support future growth. The study also includes an economic analysis of the region and identified target industries best suited for the subarea, given its geographic location and proximity to a vast network of transportation options. 

The subarea was designated an “industrial district,” as such the district and the city has great potential for development and regional commerce. The purpose of funding the subarea planning effort was to:

  • Understand the current city and regional economic position and demographics,
  • Determine the growth potential associated with full build out of the subarea, and
  • Develop a means to spark growth through infrastructure improvements, financing mechanisms, and marketing this potential on a local, regional, and national scale.

Learn more about the Industrial Plan by clicking here: Draft Industrial Sub-Area Plan