From The Water Utility To Promoting The Area 

By Supervisor Goodman’s Office

Utility Update/Week in Review

Last week Johnson Utilities issued a press release regarding the Section 11 treatment plant. They announced plans to de-commission this plant and construct a new and improved facility. We look forward to seeing these positive changes take place, but will maintain our vigilance in monitoring the current facility. Building a new plant will take time, and we need to make sure our residents receive a quality utility service in the interim. The ACC continues to work on reviewing briefs related to the hearings that recently took place and as new information is issued we will pass that along.

On June 5 the current closure at Hunt Highway between Johnson Ranch Blvd and Red Road was extended North to Bella Vista. This closure was extended in order to maximize efficiency. The road will be removed from Bella Vista to Red Road and crushed asphalt will be put down to create a frontage road for local access. Business and resident access is being maintained, thank you for your flexibility and patience during this process.

Looking Ahead

The BOS Work Session for June 13 was canceled as there were no agenda items submitted.

Pinal County staff have worked diligently over the years to promote our County. In the last couple weeks a marketing video was released, highlighting the many opportunities and attractions in our area. The video can be accessed at:

Moving forward we will continue to invest in marketing in order to attract businesses and industry that will truly make our area an even better place to live, WORK, and play.

Another primary focus for our office is continuing with our Plan San Tan efforts. We are consistently meeting with residents, gathering their feedback and input. If you are interested in helping with this effort or have feedback, please contact our office at 520-866-8080. 

Plan San Tan information can be found on the Pinal County website at