Project Details

Loop 303 Outfall Drainage System

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Project Contact: Mike Duncan
Region: W
District: 4 - Clint L. Hickman

The Loop 303 Outfall Drainage System project is located just west of Cotton Lane, extending 4-1/2 miles from approximately Van Buren Street south to the north bank of the Gila River through the jurisdictions of the City of Goodyear and unincorporated Maricopa County. The northern portion of the project from Van Buren Street to the Union Pacific Railroad is along the corridor of the planned Loop 303 freeway.

The new outfall drainage system will collect and carry 100-year stormwater runoff to the Gila River and reduce the chance of property damage and flooding the future freeway and adjacent areas during a major storm event. Drainage improvements include construction of a concrete-lined channel, box culverts, storm drain pipe, retaining walls and landscaping. Additional improvements include street and irrigation system reconstruction for the Roosevelt Irrigation District (RID) and Buckeye Water Conservation and Drainage District (BWCDD).


The project was completed in August 2015.

Available Documents

Document Name Type Size
01-2014 Construction Notice PDF 278 KB
01-2014 News Release PDF 181 KB
01-2014 Road Closure Notice - Broadway/Elwood/175th PDF 233 KB
03-2014 Road Closure Extended - Broadway/Elwood/175th PDF 120 KB
04-2014 Road Closure Notice - Lower Buckeye Road PDF 138 KB
05-2014 Road Closure Notice - Lilac Street PDF 226 KB
06-2014 Road Closure Notice - Lower Buckeye Road PDF 267 B
07-2014 Road Closure Notice - Yuma Road PDF 239 KB
08-2014 Road Closure Notice - Van Buren pdf
09-2014 Lower Buckeye Road Restrictions 09-15 to 09-26 PDF 243 KB
09-2014 Road Closure Notice - Citrus to Cotton PDF 236 KB
10-2013 Construction Notice PDF 228 KB

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