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Urban revitalization is the process of rebuilding and renewing a City or parts of it through urban and housing and commercial design and development, creative economic development strategies and friendly policies for sustainable urban growth that fosters healthy and walkable communities.              
The Avondale City Council identified four key revitalization areas: Historic Avondale, Las Ligas, Rio Vista and Cashion. The City Council wishes to further define the vision for the revitalization areas by encouraging new investment and reinvestment on commercial, residential and urban projects. Efforts will focus on the development and implementation of a strategic plan for the commercial corridors along Main Street/Buckeye Road/MC 85, Western Avenue, Van Buren Street, Dysart Road, and Central Avenue and the shared boundary with Goodyear to the west.

Revitalization Area
The Avondale Revitalization area is approximately one and a half miles wide and approximately two miles long. The area is divided east and west by Central Avenue, and north and south by Western Avenue. The boundaries of the designated revitalization area are Van Buren Street on the north, Lower Buckeye Road on the south, the incorporated boundary on the west, and the Agua Fria River on the east.

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For more information, please contact:

Neighborhood and Family Services
Keisha Cyriaano, Revitalization Project Manager
1007 South 3rd Street 
Avondale, AZ 85323
Phone:    623.333.2725
Fax:        623.333.0270