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San Tan Valley - Recent Years of Transportation Improvements and Plans to Come
Date: 7/11/2020

In the last few years, Pinal County has spent approximately $103 million on road improvements throughout the San Tan Valley area. Pinal County wants to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience. We understand the frustration and the constant challenge to endure ongoing roadwork as San Tan Valley continues to grow.

Pinal County Public Works is doing their best to ensure we have transportation that can handle growth and development. As we move forward, please know road improvements take time, the purpose is to alleviate congestion, provide transportation connectivity and improve the overall safety in the region.

Here is a glimpse of some of our past major projects and some to start in the near future.

Completed Projects:
Hunt Hwy Corridor - $44,670,000
Ironwood Dr - $5,538,000
Judd/Tourmaline - $2,564,000
Ocotillo Rd - $2,037,000

Future Projects:
Meridian Road - $13,768,000
Magma Road - $4,144,000
Gary Road - $3,710,000

"My office frequently receives questions regarding road projects across the County and specifically in District 2. The breakdown provided by our Public Works staff highlights major road improvements in our area," explains District 2 Supervisor Mike Goodman.

"If we were to include maintenance and other road services, the number is even bigger," adds Goodman. "We are thrilled to see these necessary infrastructure enhancements take place. We know growing pains come with the construction, but they will be short-lived and worthwhile . Thank you for your patience." 

To find the latest information on road construction/roadwork please visit our Public Works web page . You can also visit us @PinalCountyPW on Facebook and Twitter.


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