FLORENCE – Residents in San Tan Valley will soon see county-contracted crews working to improve roads in the area. Micro-surfacing is slated to be applied beginning Tuesday, May 1, 2012, on the following roads:
- Hunt Highway at various locations near Magic Ranch, Copper Basin and Johnson Ranch.
- Golf Club Drive from Johnson Ranch Boulevard to Hunt Highway
- Johnson Ranch Boulevard from Bismark Street to Golf Club Drive
This pavement preservation project will include a combined total of 41,269 square yards of material used or approximately 5.02 lane miles of improved road. The project will use 619 tons of aggregate and 77.38 tons of emulsion. Southwest Slurry Seal will be performing the work under a contract with Pinal County.
Foul weather or temperature extremes could affect the schedule for this project. The entire project should be completed in less than two weeks.
A message board will be installed by April 30th to alert residents of the road improvements. Please be alert to possible traffic delays. Drivers are urged to obey the speed limit and all posted signs and barricades while traveling through these construction zones.
Employees in the Pinal County Public Works Department appreciate your patience and understanding as they work to improve your drive throughout the county.
For more information, please contact: Pinal County Public Works (520) 866-6411 Or email: PCRoadMaintenance@pinalcountyaz.gov
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