Ocotillo Road from Ellsworth Loop to Heritage Loop Roads

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Anticipated construction completion*: Summer 2017

*Dates are estimates and subject to change

PROJECT DESCRIPTIONEllsworth Loop to Heritage Loop Project Description

This project will widen and realign Ocotillo Road, from Ellsworth Loop to Heritage Loop roads, to improve traffic circulation in the area.  The project includes reconstruction of the intersection at Ocotillo Road and Ellsworth Road, a new traffic signal at the intersection of Ocotillo Road and Heritage Loop Road, widening Ocotillo Road to four lanes with a center turn lane, bike lanes, and sidewalks.  The project also includes relocating the overhead electric on Ocotillo Road to underground, and installation of waterline in Ocotillo Road and in Ellsworth Road, south to approximately Serrano's Mexican Restaurant. 

Ocotillo-Ells Loop to Heritage Loop 

The project also includes construction of a pedestrian area, or parklet on the northwest corner of the Ocotillo Road/Ellsworth Road intersection. 

NWC Concept Rendering 2015-10-13_Page_2

Estimated Project Cost: 4.6 million


Ocotillo Road remains open for travel, one lane in each direction, during construction; however, left turns are currently restricted between Ellsworth Road and Heritage Loop Road. 

The base course (bottom layer) of asphalt has been applied to Ocotillo Road, between Ellsworth Loop and Heritage Loop Roads, and work is currently taking place to complete the electric conversions, landscaping and the pocket park on the northwest corner of Ellsworth Road and Ocotillo Road.  As the electric conversions near completion, the final electric components for the project can take place and the final course (top layer) of asphalt can then be applied.     

During construction, traffic is shifted away from the work activity. Reduced speeds may be in effect and construction barricades will be in place, so please drive with caution through the construction activity.  While driving through construction can be challenging, please continue to visit the businesses in and near the construction area.

Details about this project, please contact our project hotline at 480.898.4090



For more information about our Capital Improvement Program, contact Troy White, Public Works Director at 480-358-3746 or troy.white@queencreek.org.

To submit questions or comments about this project visit our Capital Improvement Project Feedback Page.