Local Roads Pavement Preservation
Pavement preservation treatments like chip and fog seals are keys ways to extend the life of our neighborhood streets.
Find out when your street is scheduled for pavement preservation by clicking this link and entering your address.
photos of neighborhood streets Before and after pavement preservation work:
The Town has begun work on this years’ pavement preservation program for local roads. The Town has contracted with Holbrook Asphalt Co. for this project. Prior to the start of any construction impacted residents will receive notification of any street closures or other impacts related to the project. For more information on what you will need to do when your street is having pavement preservation work done, please click here.
The Sahuarita Water Reclamation Facility - Solon Solar Project
The Sahuarita Water Reclamation Facility - Solon Solar Project is part of the Town's efforts to implement energy saving strategies while utilizing renewable energy sources, such as solar, to minimize operation and maintenance costs. The project will install a total of 8 solar canopies consisting of 2,586 solar modules at the Sahuarita Water Reclamation Facility. The annual energy in kWh production is approximately 1,644,395 kWh.
According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator, this Solar Project's annual production of 1,644,395 kWh has the following annual environmental benefits:
Quail Crossing Extension
About 4,300 linear feet of road were built during Phase 1 of the Quail Crossing Boulevard extension, which leads to Pima County’s new Llano Grande Trailhead. Design of Phase 2, which extends from the end of Phase 1 to Old Nogales Highway, is scheduled to be completed in January, 2021. When all phases are complete, Quail Crossing Boulevard will connect to Old Nogales Highway/Continental Road, improving connectivity, accessibility and mobility for travelers.
Rancho Sahuarita Boulevard (Sahuarita Road to Avenida Mitla)
Town Hall Pavement Preservation Project
La Posada Intersection (Continental and White House)
The stoplight work along with the curbs, sidewalks and ramps are complete. Southern Arizona Paving has completed all pavement preservation work as well.
Pima Mine Road Bridge (APWA Award Winner)
The Town of Sahuarita was the winner of the American Public Works Association (APWA) 2017 Public Works Project of the Year in the Structures category for the Pima Mine Road Bridge Replacement.
The project improves mobility for regional traffic (between I-19 and Nogales Highway) by eliminating the previous load restrictions, and accommodates future development in the area by providing a four-lane bridge crossing.
Pima Mine Road Bridge Before
Pima Mine Road Bridge After
Pima Mine Road APWA Award
CAP Water Pipeline Extension
Two 36-inch-wide extension pipes were added to the Central Arizona Project (CAP) pipeline along Old Nogales Highway. Project Renews and JPAR LLC, a water diversion group, combined to bring CAP water to Sahuarita to irrigate Green Valley Pecan fields. The extension was completed by T&T Construction in July 2019.
Santa Cruz River Bridge Replacement
As part of the effort to reduce the amount of local groundwater used for irrigation, a pipeline was built to bring Central Arizona Project (CAP) water to Sahuarita. In 2017, the Pima Mine Road Bridge over the Santa Cruz River was replaced (left). Borderland Construction drilled shafts for the bridge and installed two 36-inch-wide CAP pipelines as part of the new bridge (right). The CAP water that flows into Sahuarita, is recharged into local basins and now is pumped out to help irrigate Green Valley Pecan fields. The irrigation project is a joint operation by Project Renews and JPAR LLC, a water diversion group.
- Dial 911 for Emergencies, Nights and Weekends
- Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm for questions or concerns about roadways, traffic signals, street lights, sidewalks or drainage:
375 W Sahuarita Center Way, Sahuarita, AZ 85629