Spring Pavement Management Program
Information is provided below for the three pavement maintenance projects taking place this spring.
Ironwood Crossing: April 22 - May 7
The following roadways are scheduled for pavement preservation to extend the life of the road.
Due to the nature of the work and to prevent damage to the new surface and driveways, streets designated for pavement preservation treatment will be CLOSED for travel up to 12 hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If you need to access your vehicle during the road closure, please plan ahead by parking your vehicle outside of the closure. The closing of roads has been sequenced to minimize the distance to your residence from where you may need to park your vehicle.
Impacted residents will receive a mailer in advance of the work, in addition to a door hanger and signage on the road.
Click on your roadway on the interactive map below to see your scheduled date:
Micro Seal - Select arterial and collector roadways: April 22 - May 6
Beginning April 22 through May 6, various arterial and collector roadways will receive micro seal to extend the life of the roadways. See map below for specific roads and dates.
Roads will remain open for travel during the application. A flagging operation will be in place, when needed, to assist with directing traffic through the work zone. Work on arterial roadways will take place during off-peak hours, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Access will be maintained to side streets and driveways, however, when work it taking place at these locations, access will not be permitted for short periods (20 minutes or less) until the micro seal has cured. Following the work, crews will apply striping, as needed.
South Connector (Sierra Park Blvd to Ellsworth Loop): May 31 - June 2
The bridge over the Queen Creek wash at the south connector from Ellsworth Road and Ellsworth Loop will also receive a pavement treatment. To expedite the process and ensure worker safety, the connector will be closed from Sierra Park Blvd to Ellsworth Loop at 8 p.m. on Friday, May 31 until 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 2.
If work cannot be completed on the scheduled day due to weather or equipment issues, the road will fall to the end of the schedule. Impacted residents will be re-notified with a door hanger.
Please drive with caution and obey traffic signage and construction personnel when driving near the paving activity. These measures are in place for the safety of the work crews, nearby pedestrians, residents and businesses, and travelers.
Please allow for extra travel time during this work and thank you for your patience.
For project information, please contact our project hotline at 480.898.4090.