|Currently there are no public meetings scheduled for this project.|
|Project Contact:||Afshin Ahouraiyan|
|District:||2 - Steve Chucri|
The Spook Hill Area Drainage Master Plan (ADMP), completed in 2002, identified regional flood control infrastructure necessary for a 35-square-mile area located in northeast Mesa. The ADMP watershed extends from the Usery Mountains on the north and the Apache Trail on the east, to the Buckhorn-Mesa structures on the west and south.
The Oak Street Detention Basin and Storm Drain project is the third scheduled project in support of this ADMP and involves construction of a basin at Oak Street and Hawes Road, and storm drains east along Oak Street and north along Hawes Road. The project will provide protection in conjunction with drainage infrastructure constructed by the Hermosa Vista/Hawes Road and McDowell Road projects.
Design is complete. Public meetings were held to inform the public on the status of the project. The construction schedule is unknown and will be driven by the availability of city funding.
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