Queen Creek Road Improvements
Construction began in mid-March 2019 for the Queen Creek Road Improvements, McQueen Road to Gilbert Road, with construction expected to take approximately 17 months to complete. Improvements will widen Queen Creek Road between McQueen and Gilbert roads to six lanes (three lanes each direction) and include landscaped medians, bike lanes, curb, gutter, and sidewalk. The project will also widen Cooper Road to four lanes (two lanes each direction), from Queen Creek Road south to Nightingale Lane. Public meetings were held during design in July 2015 and prior to construction in January 2019. Provided below is current construction schedule information:
CONSTRUCTION INFO (Oct 14, 2019)
Queen Creek Road Improvements:
- Concrete crews are working to construct valley gutters across Diamond Drive and also across Eagle Drive on the south side of Queen Creek Road.
- Scheduled to begin tomorrow, Oct. 15, Diamond Drive will be closed at Queen Creek Road for approximately 4-5 days for crews to construct a valley gutter. Residents south of Queen Creek in this area should use Eagle Drive to access your home during this time.
- Following work on the valley gutter at Diamond Drive, scheduled to begin Friday or Saturday (Oct. 18 or 19), this same work will take place for Eagle Drive and Eagle Drive will be closed at Queen Creek Road for approximately 4-5 days. Residents south of Queen Creek in this area should use Diamond Drive to access your home during this time.
- Business and resident access will be maintained and thank you for your patience during this work.
Project information: 480.898.4060
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