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Infrastructure

SPRMIC is an attractive and accessible location with infinite possibilities when it comes to infrastructure benefits such as:

  • Access to utilities on or near the commercial corridor
  • Electric power through Salt River Project
  • Natural gas through Southwest Gas
  • Telecommunications services with Saddleback Communications
  • Potable and reclaimed water through Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community
  • Public Safety Departments
  • Waste Services through SRPMIC Landfill

Services Provided by CDD/EDD Team

Development Selection Assistance — Deliver review and analysis concerning the selection of future site(s) on allotted and/or tribal land that best suits your needs.

Facilitation of Development Services — Provide assistance of development services that includes planning, zoning, permits, business licenses, Right Of Way easements, Utilities; and other services that require attention under an established multi-department team approach focused on completing items necessary for development.

Link to Essential Resources — Provide local and/or federal contact information concerning your development needs along with valuable information pertinent to your business needs.

Market Data Analysis — deliver in-depth data analysis to gain a comprehensive picture of conducting business within SPRMIC.

Transportation

Freeway Access and Visibility — SRPMIC has direct access to the Pima 101 freeway and easily connects to the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway and Interstate 10 (I-10), which makes the Community easily accessible to the Phoenix metropolitan area. SPRMIC is also 15 miles from the Interstate 10, which connects Florida to California, with accessibility to major markets across the southwest and United States.

Air — SPRMIC is a 15 minute drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and 29 miles from Phoenix- Mesa Gateway Airport. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is served by 17 major airlines with daily service to approximately twenty international cities and 85 U.S. cities. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a smaller commercial airport that serves over a million passengers a year.

CDD/Planning Services Division

Planning and Zoning balances cultural, economic and environmental factors to protect the overall aesthetic of the Community. The Planning Services Division, under the Community Development Department, facilitates the implementation of the Community's physical environment as it develops economically. Visit the Planning Services Site.

CDD/Environmental Protection and Natural Resources (EPNR) Division

EPNR administers environmental regulatory programs, addresses environmental issues, and monitors growth and development to reduce the impact to the Community's natural resources. Visit the EPNR Site.

Contact Information

Location:
Community Development Department/Economic Development Division
Two Waters Bldg. B. 3rd Floor
10005 East Osborn Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Phone: 480-362-7600
Email: SRPMICEDDinquiries@sprmic.nsn.gov

CDD/ EDD Team
Quannah Dallas, Economic Development Manager
Gardell Johnson, Economic/Financial Analyst
Paul Albert, Compliance Analyst
Nathan Kehr, Compliance Analyst
Karshannon Gene, Economic Development Analyst
Ashley Beetso, Compliance Analyst
Jesse Schurz, Compliance Analyst
Lisa Wiltshire-Mays, Economic Development Analyst
Juana Fulwilder, Business License and Tax Permit Specialist