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Apple Valley set to adopt district map

AV planners get first look at downtown plan

Apple Valley’s plan to revitalize its downtown is scheduled to be presented to the town’s planning commission May 18.
The Village Specific Plan is a blueprint for development and public improvements in a 651-acre section of the town, as well as a means to preserve that part of Apple Valley’s “distinct historic character,” according to a statement on the town’s website.

Town officials and the Village Property and Business Improvement District have been working on the plan – which is also meant to make the High Desert town more attractive to businesses – for more than two years.

“We are thrilled to work with our community members and local businesses as we build the framework for our future while honoring the historic charm and character of the Village, we all know and love,” said Apple Valley Mayor Kari Leon in the statement.

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