San Tan Valley is Getting More New Homes
San Tan Valley needs a lot! Sit down dining, entertainment, retail shopping, home improvement stores… That list could go on forever because we really don’t have much of anything here, except for one thing. HOUSES!!!
Yet everywhere you look there seems to be new houses being built.
Here is a quick run down of existing developments that are currently finishing building out homes.
- Rancho Bella Vista South
- Copper Basin
- San Tan Heights
- Morning Sun Farms
- Circle Cross Ranch
- The Parks
- Mill’s Run
- Laredo Ranch
- Ironwood Crossing (Queen Creek)
- Pima Crossing
- And many others
That list also did not include The Meadows the new development on Gantzel which has just started construction on 137 houses, or Quail Run which is located at the intersection of Bella Vista and Quail Run Lane. Quail Run has started pre-selling and construction will begin shortly.
So is another housing development what we really need in this area?
It doesn’t really seem to matter because even more are coming!
Earlier in April Public Notice signs went up near the intersection of Combs and Schnepf, and on April 19, 2018 Vintage Farms, LLC will be proposing a 1,600 lot community named Ware Farms to The Pinal County Planning and Zoning Commission.
Ware Farms was described as “a family oriented residential community in the heart of developing Pinal County. Located between Encanterra, Pecan Creek and Laredo Ranch, this is a great location to provide additional quality housing options to the growing families of Pinal County and employees of the nearby Banner Ironwood Hospital.”
While growth is something that most communities are constantly looking for this is not the growth that we need. Thousands of new homes means thousands of new residents. The residents that currently live here already have traffic issues, nowhere to work, and nothing to do. Pinal County needs to start getting the issues of San Tan Valley under control before it is too late.