Members of Maricopa City Council – from left: Bob Marsh, Nancy Smith, Vice Mayor Vincent Manfredi, Mayor Christian Price and Henry Wade Jr. – discuss a matter at an April meeting at City Hall. [Bryan Mordt]

The Maricopa City Council is scheduled to vote on several commercial and residential development matters when it meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday, including several land deals to facilitate development around Copper Sky.

The highest-profile items appear on the consent agenda, with the council expected to vote on:

• The city’s proposed sale of 1.29 acres, including an existing 8,151-square-foot building at the southeast corner of West Bowlin Road and Greythorn Drive for $1.41 million to Copper Sky Rehabilitation and Recovery Group LLC. The building, which opened in 2016, had been used as a police substation and communications center.

• The city’s proposed sale of 3.53 acres at West Bowlin and Greythorn for $1.32 million to Copper Sky Extended Care Group LLC.

• The city’s proposed sale of .89 acres at the southeast corner of West Bowlin Road and North John Wayne Parkway for $290,763 to Copper Sky Extended Care Group.

These transactions represent the next step in the development of the area north of Copper Sky as a medical campus, including a hospital, medical offices, rehabilitation facilities, apartments and condominiums.

The council is expected to vote on an ordinance adopting a zoning change for 16.1 acres at the southeast corner of Stonegate Road and Alan Stephens Parkway from Light Industry & Warehouse (CI-1) to High Density Residential (RH). Approved by the city’s Planning & Zoning commission last week, zoning change approval by council would pave the way for development of the Villas at Stonegate townhome project of 318 multi-family housing units.

On the regular agenda, the council will hold a public hearing and then vote on a request by David Bohn of BFH Group to amend the General Plan Future Land Use Map and Zone Map Change for the tract of land for the Villas at Stonegate property.

The regular agenda includes the approval and adoption of a minor General Plan Land Use Amendment to change the land use from existing Employment (E) to High Density Residential (HDR).

The council is also expected to vote on approval of an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Transportation to provide pavement improvements along Anderson and Peters and Nall roads.

Meetings are held in council chambers at City Hall, 39700 W. Civic Center Plaza.