Pavement Preservation is a cost-effective way to maintain our roads. This program is designed to take direction through funding allocation from Pinal County and the Board of Supervisors. Such a program can vary annually depending on funding available. The overall goal is to have a long-term strategy that enhances pavement performance by having cost-effective practices and treatments to extend pavement life, improve safety and satisfy the needs of our motorists.
Road Preservation in the San Tan Valley Area started on 9/6/17 and will continue throughout the end of the month. The schedules for each area along with a map are detailed below. Schedules are subject to change.
September 6th and 7th Area south of Bella Vista Rd and Schnepf Rd
September 8th and 11th Areas on both sides of Prospector Ln south of Judd
September 12th and 13th Area south of Copper Mine Rd
September 14th and 15th Areas south of Johnson Ranch Blvd
September 18th and 19th Areas between Johnson Ranch and Desert Willow
September 20th thru 22nd Area northwest of Bella Vista Rd and Gantzel
If you would like further information regarding the preservation work you can visit http://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/PublicWorks/RoadMaintenance/Pages/PavementPreservation.aspx
Source: Pinal County Public Works