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NOTE: Due to the nature of construction activities, schedules are subject to change without prior notice.  We advise all motorists to be mindful of all posted signage, traffic control devices, flaggers and construction crews.

Utility Work - Gary Road
Development related utility work on Gary Rd near Skyline Dr will start August 10th and is expected to last two weeks. Work will include a speed reduction and lane closure for northbound travel. Drive with caution and plan for extra travel time due to possible delays.
 
Road Work - Johnson Ranch Blvd

PW Contractor roundabout work will begin August 17th at the Johnson Ranch Blvd and Golf Club Drive intersection. Work includes narrowed lanes, closure of the south side of Johnson Ranch Blvd, and is expected to last through November. Detour signage will be provided. Drive with caution and plan for extra travel time.

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Utility Work - Schnepf Road
The Town of Queen Creek's ongoing sewer project will continue July 28th and cause the closure of Schnepf Road north of Combs Road intersection. Due to the north closure, please plan for extra travel time and use Combs Road and Ocotillo Road as alternate routes. The remainder of the intersection will be open to traffic and work anticipates lasting through most of August. Please drive with caution.
 

 ‭(Hidden)‬ Roadwork Outside County Limits


Combs Road
Eastbound and westbound lane closures between Meridian Road and Warrior Way for pavement striping work.  December 7th - 30th: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm.

Click for more details: http://www.queencreek.org/what-s-new/traffic-alerts

 ‭(Hidden)‬ Information from Town of Queen Creek


Riggs Road to be Completed by Town of Queen Creek and Maricopa County Department of Transportation
The Town of Queen Creek is working in partnership with MCDOT to complete Riggs Road from Ellsworth Road to Meridian Road.  The new, two-lane roadway will serve as a major access point for the south east portion of Town, and will help improve transportation throughout Queen Creek.

Click for more details: http://www.queencreek.org/Home/Components/News/News/8743/13

 

 

 

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