FLORENCE AZ (July 5, 2012) – Recovery from the Fourth of July monsoon storms continues in Arizona’s Pinal County where Pinal County Public Works crews are still monitoring several closed roads due to high water in and around washes.
Updated road condition information will be provided to the public as available, advises Public Works in a reminder to include possible delays and or road closings with travel plans.
If you encounter crews working to clear roadways, slow down and pass with caution.
Roads Remaining Closed as of 4:00 pm Thursday, July 5:
- South Hidden Valley Area
- Amarillo Valley Road from Smoke Tree Road to Miller Road
- Barnes Road from Appaloosa Road to Amarillo Valley Road
- Casa Grande Area
- Casa Grande-Maricopa Highway from Murphy Road to White and Parker Road
- Peters Road from Montgomery Highway to Midway Road
- Barnes Road from Pala Road to Stanfield Road
- Miller Road from Murphy Road to Stanfield Road
- Cowtown Road from Burris Road to Ethington Road
New closures as of 4:00 p.m. Thursday, July 5:
- Marana Area
- Sasco Road from Hollis Road to La Osa Ranch Road
- San Manuel Area
- River Road at San Pedro River Crossing
- Copper Creek Road at San Pedro River Crossing
- Casa Grande Area
- Cornman Road from Bianco Road to Midway Road
- Arica Road from Midway Road to Russell Road
Help the staff of Pinal County Public Works assist residents and travelers by contacting 520-866-6411 or email Pinal County road maintenance at PCRoadMaintenance@pinalcountyaz.gov if you observe any debris on county roads, or if you believe county road repairs are necessary.
- NOTE: For neighborhood roads within Master Planned Communities, contact the Homeowner’s Association. If you live in a municipality, contact your city to report street and road problems.
- Please provide the following information:
- Name of road
- Between what cross streets (example: Thistle Road to Johnson Ranch Boulevard )
- Specifics about the problem (debris in road, tree limbs in road, road flooded or washed out, signs down, traffic signal not functioning, etc.)
- Your name and contact information such as phone number; if we need further information to determine location.
Pinal County Public Works appreciates every effort to alert the department to road hazards that affect the traveling public. For updates, follow the SedonaEye.com and contact Pinal County Public Works. Let’s keep our highways and byways safer by working together to reduce risks.