GENERAL PLAN UPDATE
After several public meetings and more than 500 responses to our survey, Community Development has drafted Vision and Values statements for the update to the General Plan. These broad vision statements will set the direction for the General Plan’s more specific goals and objectives, which will be drafted in the coming months, and will be discussed at a new round of meetings later this year.
Please review the proposed Vision and Values at the link below, and send any comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City Atlas is a collection of maps, charts, and text compiled to present a comprehensive description of Cottonwood. It will be a companion document to the updated General Plan.
City Atlas (PDF)
(Available in English & Spanish)
We have implemented a NEW Application Tracking system.
All application submittals for Community Development will go through our NEW online public portal.
Please follow the directions below.
- Visit our NEW Customer Portal website and create a new account
- Select Sign Up in the top right-hand corner
- Confirm your account
- Click on the GO >> button under My Portal (personal account) or Business Portal (company account)
- Click the Apply >> button
- Click on the “Select a Category” bar
- Select the division you need
- Select the permit/application you need and fill out/upload all required information
If you need help to navigate our new portal please use the link below:
- or call 928-634-5505
You will have access to manage your permit to pay, view and/or print. It will always be available in your customer portal once it is reviewed and issued.
Please reach out with any questions.
The City of Cottonwood would like to recognize local commercial properties within the City of Cottonwood limits with exceptional landscapes. If you have any questions, please contact Kristina Hayden at (928) 634-5505 EXT. 3320 or email email@example.com.
Check Back early in 2024, for updates on the City Beautification Recognition Program for 2024!
Nominations process will be announced in early 2024.
Community Development Hours:
Mission & Responsibilities
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