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Buckeye’s rapid growth over the last decade appears ready to continue.

At the Oct. 20 Buckeye City Council meeting, the council unanimously authorized the development of 500 single-family homes on 120 acres.

Sun City Festival Parcel T1 is located southwest of the intersection of Beardsley Parkway and Desert Oasis Boulevard, according to the city council agenda.

Council approved the Sun City Festival plat for 107 single family lots on 62 acres. The development includes 38 acres of landscaped open space, parks, recreational amenities and trails.

For the Verrado development, council authorized the building of 328 single-family and homes on nearly 60 acres northwest of Tiger Mountain Drive and Sunrise Lane.

The additional homes add to the 5,179 homes built and 294 under construction at Verrado.

Verrado is an 8,816-acre master-planned community north of Interstate 10 and east and west of Verrado Way.

At Canyon Views, a four-phase development north of Montebello Avenue and Indian School Road, council authorized 94 single-family home lots at Bethany Home Road and Jackrabbit Trail.

A collector road will end at the west side of Canyon Views with a future connection to Verrado, according to the agenda.