|What to Watch for Week of July 5th:
• Continuing: Bell Road Installation and Greenway Road Boring
• Continuing: Pipeline Installation on 32nd Street from Thunderbird Road to Sweetwater Avenue
• Dreamy Draw/Preserve Reminders
Continuing: Bell Road Installation and Greenway Road Boring
• The intersection of 31st Street and Bell Road remains closed.
• At this intersection, Bell Road traffic is directed to the north side of Bell Road (westbound lanes), with 1 lane in each direction going east and west.
• On July 6, left turns in all directions will be prohibited, and traffic in the area will be directed to the farthest north and farthest south lanes for approximately one week.
• Bore pits have been excavated at 31st Street and Greenway. “Boring,” or drilling underground, is underway.
|During this time, there is no northbound access to 31st Street from Greenway.
• Boring is expected to conclude in late July or early August.
• Business access will be maintained.
Continuing: Pipeline Installation on 32nd Street from Thunderbird Road to Sweetwater Avenue
• Pipeline installation continues at the intersection of 32nd Street and Thunderbird Road.
• Installation will proceed south toward Sweetwater Avenue.
• Traffic is directed to the west side (southbound lanes) of 32nd Street as the active construction area moves south.
|Dreamy Draw/Preserve Reminders
• Dreamy Draw Recreation Area remains closed through Fall 2022 for pipeline installation and park renovations.
• Trails west of SR 51 are open.
• Trails east of paved bike path are open.
• Trail 100 is open.
During work in the Phoenix Mountains Preserve, the following strategies are being used to minimize environmental disturbance:
• Using adequate water to ensure dust opacity is zero
• Protecting open trenches with fencing and netting to prevent tortoises from entering work areas
• Protecting plants, cacti and trees in place when possible rather than moving them
• Inspecting work areas, equipment and personal vehicles before use to avoid injury to tortoises and other animals
To speak with the team, call 602-235-2666 or visit phoenix.gov/droughtpipeline. To receive updates on this project, email email@example.com to be added to the distribution list.