City of Prescott Public Works Projects

The City of Prescott issues updates for its public works projects every Friday. Here are the details for Monday, September 20 through Friday, September 24. Visit www.prescottutilityimprovements.com for additional project information, or call 928-237-3114. To receive weekly eNews project updates directly from the City of Prescott, email a request to: news@prescottutilityimprovements.com.

Rocky Dells Water Main Replacement Project

PROJECT SCHEDULE UPDATE

The City of Prescott and their design engineer, Kimley-Horn, have completed the design phase of the Rocky Dells Water Main Replacement Project. With design finished, the City has opted to not begin construction until spring 2022. This choice was made due to feedback received in the last community meeting regarding the local community’s concerns with winter construction and snow removal.

This project will remove and replace the aged and deteriorated water mains in the Country Club Park Subdivision, as highlighted in the map below. Additional work will include the reconstruction of asphalt pavement. These improvements will increase water system reliability and upgrade the existing utility infrastructure for the local community.

Sunrise Boulevard Paving & Drainage Improvements Project

The City of Prescott and their contractor, Fann Contracting, are currently working on a pavement and drainage improvements project. The project consists of installing new asphalt pavement, and drainage improvements such as catch basins, storm drain pipe, and detention basins along Sunrise Boulevard, from Sharp Shooter Way to Cactus Place. Additional work includes curb and gutter replacements as needed.

Once complete, this project will enhance the drainage capabilities in the area and improve the ride quality for local motorists. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2022.

WATER MAIN INSTALLATION COMPLETE

Crews will have finished installing a new section of water main along Sunrise Boulevard, between Cactus Place and Sharp Shooter Way.

CONCRETE WORK AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE

Crews will continue removing and replacing sections of concrete curb and gutter, and installing headwalls, scuppers, and storm drain pipe along Sunrise Boulevard, between Cactus Place and Sharp Shooter Way.

Please be aware of the following impacts:

Monday, September 20 through Thursday, September 23, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Please be aware of temporary street and sidewalk closures, lane restrictions, reduced speeds, rough road conditions, and flagging operations throughout the work zone.

PROPERTY ACCESS DURING CONSTRUCTION

Personnel will work with residents to maintain driveway access throughout the work zone. Residents that live outside of the project corridor are recommended to use an alternate route to get to their destination.

Ho Kay Gan Water Line Improvements Project

The City of Prescott and their contractor, Asphalt Paving & Supply, are working on a water line realignment project. The project consists of realigning an existing 6” water main along Yampa Drive, Yazi Circle, and Kiva Circle, as highlighted in the map below. The project will start with new fire hydrant installation on Sosi Circle, Yazi Circle and Chichicoi Lane. This work is being performed prior to Yavapai County drainage improvements in the area.

Once complete, this project will increase water system reliability by upgrading the existing infrastructure. The project is scheduled for completion this winter.

WATER MAIN REALIGNMENT CONTINUES

Crews will continue working to realign the existing water main in the areas highlighted in the map below throughout the week.

Please be aware of the following impacts:

Monday, September 20 through Thursday, September 23, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Please be aware of lane restrictions, reduced speeds, rough road conditions, and flagging operations throughout the work zone.

NO ON-STREET PARKING

To minimize conflicts with construction equipment, and expedite completion of the project, the City asks that you avoid on-street parking while construction is underway. Personnel will work with residents to maintain driveway access throughout the work zone.