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Cornville Road Lane Restrictions begin May 1, 2023

Plan for lane restrictions on Cornville Road in Verde Valley as shoulder widening project begins May 1

The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising Cornville area drivers to plan for lane restrictions on Cornville Road (County Road 30) between Beaverhead Flat Road and Ravenroost Road beginning May 1. 

Drivers should allow for extra travel time while the following daytime restrictions are in place from 8:30 a.m.. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays:

  • Cornville Road will be reduced to one lane only with alternating east- and westbound travel between Beaverhead Flag and Ravenroost Road (mileposts 6-8).
  • Flaggers and a pilot car will guide traffic through the work zone.
  • The speed limit will be reduced in the work zone.
  • Restrictions will be lifted after each work day.
  • Drivers should be prepared to stop and proceed through the work zones with caution. 

The primary purpose of the project is to widen the existing shoulders along this stretch of Cornville Road, in addition to stormwater control and weed treatments. The work is anticipated to continue through October. Crews will briefly move operations to phase two of the project in June between Tissaw Road and Chick Road to complete installation of rumble strips on the roadway.

For more information, visit https://azdot.gov/projects/northcentral-district-projects/cornville-road-improvements

project map


Table Mesa Recreation Area Updates

On March 28, Supervisor Gregory and Supervisor Oberg (District 1) participated in a forum with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to hear updates on the planned expansion of the Table Mesa Recreation Area.

More information on the BLM's plans can be found here: https://eplanning.blm.gov/eplanning-ui/project/2023480/510

Black Canyon City Well Levels - March 2023

WELL LEVEL UPDATE FOR BLACK CANYON CITY - and it's good news! Well level reports provided by ADOT, Arizona Metals and the Black Canyon City Domestic Water Improvement District (BCCDWID) indicate well levels around Black Canyon City are rising. Thank you to ADOT, Arizona Metals and BBDWID for your reports. Further updates will be provided at the community meeting on April 10, 2023.

ADOT Well Test Level Report

Arizona Metals Well Test Level Report

BCCDWID Well Test Level Report

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