Land Use and Zoning and Development Services

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Flagstaff office

123 N. San Francisco St. 3rd Floor
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
(800) 774-1478

Sedona office

120 Soldiers Pass Rd
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(800) 774-1478
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In Arizona, counties and municipalities have the power to regulate land use and zoning. It is important to familiarize yourself with the specific ordinances that govern your property. When purchasing or converting a property for commercial use, it is valuable to consult with an experienced attorney who is familiar with the zoning ordinances and rezoning, use permitting and variance processes in your area.

Perhaps your needs are more sophisticated and you seek advice on the formation of real estate ventures, the targeted acquisition of acreage, entitlement of that property for master planned development, development agreements with municipalities and counties, contracts for infrastructure improvements, development phasing, and the formation and governance of owners associations. AWD LAW® has attorneys experienced in all aspects of development services.

AWD LAW® has been serving Northern Arizona for over 40 years. Our real estate lawyers are familiar with the local laws and procedures regarding land use and zoning in various counties and municipalities, including Flagstaff, Sedona, Coconino County and Yavapai County. Whether you are starting a bed and breakfast or opening a retail store, our team has the experience necessary to assist you.

Helpful Resources:

Flagstaff City Code
Sedona City Code
Coconino County Ordinances
Yavapai County Ordinances

We are Northern Arizona’s premier law firm. If you need to speak with a Northern Arizona Lawyer for any reason, contact us today at (928) 774-1478!

We can help you evaluate the circumstances you are dealing with and determine your best options for the most successful outcome possible.

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