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  • Updated on 5/17/18

    The Alarcon Street Drainage Improvement Project consists of installing approximately 650 linear feet of various sized box culverts and grated channels. The purpose of the box culverts and grated channels is to remove storm water from the surface of the street and convey it underground to Sheldon Street.

  • Updated on 3/13/18

    The Bashford Courts Alley Reconstruction Project generally consists of reconstructing the severely deteriorated concrete and asphalt pavement in the alley bounded by Montezuma Street, Cortez Street, and Willis Street and the parking lot. As part of the project, an underground stormwater drainage system and sewer replacement is being included in the design of the project. The project will also include upgrades to lighting, landscaping and new trash enclosures to accommodate compactor units.

  • Updated on 5/17/18

    This project is to rehabilitate the City’s Production Well No.5 located in Chino Valley. Elements of the project include the rehabilitation of the well, well site, and associated facilities and equipment. The project includes the development of a well rehabilitation program and specific improvements. Production Well No.5 is one of the key component in the City’s water production facilities, the well house, its electrical controls, and HVAC components are beyond service life and need rehabilitation and/or replacement.

  • Updated on 5/14/18

    The FY 2018 Pavement Preservation Project generally consists of Type II Slurry Seal, Type III Microsurfacing and a cape seal consisting of rubberized chip seal topped off with Type III Microsurfacing as well as Asphalt Maltene Rejuvenating Agent and Fog Seal, crack sealing on an as needed basis, pavement repairs and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping on streets throughout the city. The project also includes curb, gutter, handicap ramps, and valley gutter replacements.

  • Updated on 5/14/18

    The FY 2018 Pavement Rehabilitation Project generally consists of milling existing asphalt pavement and replacing with new asphalt pavement on Willow Creek, Sunrise Boulevard and West Hillside Ave. The work includes crack sealing on an as needed basis, pavement repairs, the adjustment of utility covers to finish grade, and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping. The project also includes curb, gutter, handicap ramps, and valley gutter replacements at various locations.

    City Contact Information
    Project Manager: Steve Guizzo
    Phone 777-1130

  • Updated on 5/16/18

    This project generally includes the replacement of approximately 2,700 square feet of concrete sidewalks, and the upgrade of 8 handicap ramps in the Prescott downtown area. The work also includes milling, grinding, or precision saw cutting to remediate uplifted sidewalk panels and miscellaneous curb and gutter replacements and repairs.

  • Updated on 5/14/18

    This project generally includes the replacement of approximately 12,000 square feet of concrete sidewalks, and installation of safety handrail in the Prescott downtown area. The work also includes milling, grinding, or precision saw cutting to remediate uplifted sidewalk panels.

  • Updated on 4/26/18

    The Granite Creek Dam Outlet Rehabilitation Project generally consists of the replacement of the inoperable 36″ large diameter valve that controls discharges for Watson Lake, and the sealing and abandonment of the inoperable 48″ large diameter valve, both at Granite Creek Dam constructed in 1919. The proposed 36″ replacement valve is to include a 12″ bypass. The project will provide for operation of the valves from the dam crest via flexible operators. The project also includes the replacement of existing upstream trash racks and installation of new slide gates.

     

  • Updated on 5/14/18

    The Hassayampa Village Lane Intersection Improvements Project generally consists of improvements to drivability and site distance on Hassayampa Village Lane at the intersection with Thumb Butte Road. The goal of the project is to reduce the grade differential to allow for safer travel through the intersection.

    The project is funded by the Hassayampa Village Community Facilities District No.2 and being administered by the City

  • Updated on 4/26/18

    The project generally consists of repairs to the North Tank East at the terminus of Douglas Avenue off of Willow Creek Road.

    The tank was taken offline in October, 2017 to conduct a condition assessment to determine repair needs. The necessary repairs will be performed in the Spring of 2018, with the intent of placing the tank back on line in time for increased demand prior to this summer.

     

  • Updated on 3/6/18

    The Rosser Street Reconstruction Project Phase IV generally consists of the reconstruction of Rosser Street with new asphalt pavement and replacement of concrete flatwork where found to be defective. Replacement of water and sewer systems is not contemplated at this time.

    The project limits are Rosser Street from Campbell Avenue to the easterly boundary of The Meadows at Eagle Ridge Unit III subdivision.

     

  • Updated on 3/6/18

    Undersized water mains in the Dexter Neighborhood are being abandoned in the alleys and new water mains are being installed in the streets. Water services for each parcel are being rerouted from the alley to the street and then tied back into the private water service lines. The streets involved in this construction will be resurfaced.

    The area involved with this construction project include: Bird Street North of Hillside, Ruth Street North of Hillside Drive, Dameron Drive from Hillside Drive to Comfort Avenue, Comfort Avenue from Dameron Drive to Campbell Street, Campbell Street from Whipple Street to Hillside Drive, Campbell Street from Comfort Avenue to Sonora Drive, and Sonora Drive from Campbell Street to the end of road.

     

  • Updated on 5/17/18

    The SR89 Widening and Roundabout Project consists of widening the existing 2 lane roadway to a 4 lane roadway from the current traffic interchange at SR89A south for approximately 4,400 feet, and will include a new roundabout on State Route 89 at a future intersection near the vicinity of the Phippen Museum. The project will also include a new parking area for access to the City’s Constellation Trail System.

     

  • Updated on 5/16/18

    The Virginia Street Pavement Improvements Project generally consists of milling existing asphalt pavement and replacing with new asphalt pavement. The work includes the adjustment of utility covers to finish grade, and the restoration of disturbed traffic striping. The project also includes curb, gutter, and handicap ramp replacements at various locations as needed.

  • Updated on 5/16/18

    This project is located at the intersection of Cortez Street and Leroux Street. Improvements will include new drain ways and drainage infrastructure installation around the south and west sides of the parcel. The parking lot will be resurfaced and striped.

     

  • Updated on 5/17/18

    The Willis and Cortez Intersection and Repair Project will consist of a complete reconstruction of the intersection to include the reconstruction of the crosswalks and replacement of the pavers that have been removed. Improvements also include installation of approximately 340 lf of new water main along a new revised alignment on North Cortez Street, including replacement of two (2) fire hydrants and installation of approximately 400 lf of new water main to replace an existing 10″ AC line on West Willis Street. This line will tie into the new 10″ water line stub installed as part of the Montezuma Street Project.

     

  • Updated on 3/6/18

    The project generally consists of constructing a new water booster pump station at the southwest corner of Pioneer Parkway and Willow Creek Road. The pump station will provide the ability to utilize Airport area water production facilities (wells) to supplement the Chino Valley Water Production Facility.

     

  • Updated on 5/16/18

    • This project will replace two existing booster pump stations at the corner of Heather Heights and State Route 69. The pump stations being replaced feed the water service areas known as Zone 56 (SR 69 corridor/Prescott Canyon Estates) and Zone 76 (Prescott Resort).  Replacement of the pump stations will address deficiencies as identified by the City’s 2013 water model.  The upgraded pump stations will provide required pressures, residential/commercial fire flows to the two zones, and will enhance water movement to the other surrounding water system zones..

 

 

CONTACT

  • City Construction Projects
  • Tim Sherwood
  • Construction Services Administrator
  • Public Works Building

    433 N Virginia St

  • 928-777-1130

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