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  • Arivaca Arizona Project Starts September 27

    Sep 17, 2021 | Read More News
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    Pavement Preservation
    Beginning Monday, September 27 through Tuesday, December 21, between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., Pima County Department of Transportation and its contractor, Sunland Asphalt & Construction, LLC will be performing road repair work as part of Pima County’s Road Pavement Repair and Preservation Program at the following locations:

    • Arivaca Road from the Town of Arivaca to Sasabe Highway, State Highway 286
    • Ruby Road from Arivaca Road to the Pima County line
    • Arivaca Road from the Town of Arivaca to I-19 Frontage Road
    • Universal Ranch Road from Arivaca Road to Arivaca Ranch Road
    • Arivaca Ranch Road from Universal Ranch Road to south of Cota Road
    • Lakewood Estates Subdivision, Town of Amado

    The work will consist of setting traffic control, lowering utilities, milling then repaving and temporary striping. Thermo striping will be scheduled for a later date.

    Please approach the area with caution and obey all traffic control devices. Motorists can expect reduced speed due to uneven roadway, lane restrictions and a pilot vehicle assisting motorists through the work zone. Minor delays may occur during this work.

    In the event of mechanical failure or inclement weather, the construction schedule is subject to change.

    In Fiscal Year 2021/2022, the Pima County Board of Supervisors and Transportation Department allocated $85 million in road repair and preservation funding for the Road Repair and Preservation Program. To learn about the Department of Transportation’s Pavement Preservation Program and the projects that are currently scheduled, please visit