|Currently there are no public meetings scheduled for this project.|
|Project Contact:||Mike Duncan|
|District:||4 - Clint L. Hickman|
|Phase:||Design & Engineering|
The city of Buckeye and the District have established an intergovernmental agreement for 10-year drainage improvements in the downtown Buckeye area. These improvements will address flooding issues along Monroe Street, 6th Street, South Avenue and Beloat Road.
The design was completed in 2010. The project system includes storm drain pipes with inlets and laterals along Monroe Avenue from 2nd Street to east of 9th Street, storm drain pipes with inlets along 6th Street and South Avenue, and a detention basin located at the northeast corner of 7th Street and Beloat Road.
In 2006, as part of a water pipeline project, piping without inlets was installed under Monroe Avenue from 2nd to 4th streets. Phase 1, which was completed in 2011 during an improvement project at the adjacent school, consists of piping without inlets under 6th Street from Monroe Avenue to Centre Avenue. The parcel for the detention basin was acquired in 2013. The rest of the improvements are considered to be Phase 2.
The funding and schedule for Phase 2 of construction is undetermined at this time, due to the uncertain funding timetable of the city of Buckeye.
|Downtown Buckeye SD Exhibit||2.93 MB|