|Currently there are no public meetings scheduled for this project.|
|Project Contact:||Don Rerick|
|District:||4 - Clint L. Hickman|
|Phase:||Design & Engineering|
This is a joint project between the City of Goodyear and the Flood Control District. Bullard Wash is included within the Loop 303 Corridor/White Tanks Area Drainage Master Plan (ADMP), which recommends improvements be made to the wash. Phase I of the Bullard Wash Improvements Project has been completed and included construction of an earthen and gabion basket -lined channel from the Gila River to Lower Buckeye Road.
Phase II includes an earthen/greenbelt channel along the Bullard Wash alignment, which is located between Estrella Parkway and Bullard Avenue, from Lower Buckeye Road to Interstate 10. Landscaping, fencing and other multi-use facilities are anticipated along the channel alignment.
The project will channelize the 100-year floodplain north of the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport. It will reduce the floodplain width and will mitigate flooding to the Phoenix-Goodyear Airport and nearby development. This stormwater would otherwise collect in streets, businesses, farm fields, and residential areas.
Construction plans have been prepared and the project is on hold pending funding availability and interest by the City of Goodyear to implement the next phases.
|Greenbelt Channel Treatment Description||328 KB|
|Newsletter - August 2002||493 KB|
|Newsletter - October 2003||1.2 MB|
|Open House August 13, 2002||383 KB|
|Phase II (back)||722 KB|
|Project Area - General Project Information||362 KB|