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The Public Works Transportation Construction section is responsible for the implementation of all design and construction infrastructure in Pinal County. We have three designated areas and a project manager for each area to oversee design and construction. These three main areas cover seven maintenance yards and five Board of Supervisor districts.

How does Public Works Transportation Construction Manage Pinal County?

To adequately manage Pinal County's infrastructure the Public Works Transportation Construction section have three Project Managers to divide coverage.  Within the three main areas we have several maintenance yard areas and Board of Supervisor districts. 

Pinal County Public Works have seven
maintenance yard areas:

  • Hidden Valley
  • Casa Grande
  • San Tan
  • Apache Junction
  • Riverside
  • Oracle
  • Arizona City


Pinal County has five Board of Supervisor districts:

  • District 1
    (Riverside, Oracle, portions of Arizona City, Casa Grande, San Tan and Apache Junction)
  • District 2
    (Portions of Apache Junction and San Tan)

  • District 3
    (Portions of Hidden Valley, Casa Grande and Arizona City)

  • District 4
    (Portions of Hidden Valley, Casa Grande, and Arizona City)

  • District 5
    (Portions of Apache Junction and San Tan)


Project Highlights

Click here to view map of various projects in District 2

Click here to view some of the project details listed on the map.

Upcoming Magma Road -Hunt Highway to Gary Rd Project

  • 60% Design plans complete
  • December 2018 application made to the State Land Department for right-of-way
  • Project scheduled to start construction in fiscal year 2020/2021


Five-Year Transportation and Maintenance Plan
The Pinal County Transportation Construction section evaluates all potential projects within a Five-year Transportation and Maintenance Plan.  All projects handled by a Five-year Transportation and maintenance Plan (TIMP) preserves and improves Pinal County's infrastructure while ensuring the efficient use of public funds.  It is a five-year plan that promotes such needs for: highways, streets, roads, bridges, mass transit, airports and airways, water resources, etc. 


Celeste Pemberton

Capital Improvement Project Manager

Lindsey Randall

Area 2 Project Manager

John Kraft

Area 1 and 3 Project Manager


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