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Neighborhood at the base of Coffee Pot Rock in Sedona, Arizona.

Neighborhood at the base of Coffee Pot Rock in Sedona, Arizona.

The Verde Land & Water Planning Toolbox provides a comprehensive set of tools and strategies for municipal and county level governments to explore as part of their efforts to improve the connection between land use and water management policy and planning. The tools provided in this online database are a menu of options designed to reach community goals for water conservation and demand reduction, and in many cases, also contribute to increased resilience and cost savings that benefit residents as well.

The tools are compiled into a range of search categories that range from the high-level, aspirational planning policies that are typically found in general and comprehensive plans to more specific and targeted planning approaches, such as developer incentives and offsets, and water conservation ordinances. Within each category, case studies provide real-world examples of implementation and feature sample ordinance or policy language that can be tailored and adapted to individual community circumstances.

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