City of Phoenix Planning & Development Department’s Office of Customer
Advocacy (OCA) provides guidance and support to small business customers new to
the development and permit process.
The OCA provides assistance with pre-project research, identifying plan
submittal requirements, coordination between the design team and city staff, resolving
technical issues and provides a central point of contact for the customer.
OCA also administers the Adaptive Reuse Program, which encourages the reuse of
existing buildings for new businesses and provides regulatory relief in many
cases. Information about the OCA
and adaptive reuse program is available online at: http://www.phoenix.gov/pdd/development/oca/index.html
business customers are encouraged to contact the office before leasing or purchasing
property to verify the site and building will be acceptable for the intended
use. The OCA is open from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and is located in Phoenix City Hall, 200 West Washington
Street, second floor. For more
information or to make an appointment, please call 602-534-7344.
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