The Town of Queen Creek is
currently designing and constructing improvements to several areas of Ellsworth Road,
Rittenhouse Road, and Ocotillo Road. Improvements in these areas
include the following . . .
For a listing and information on
all current projects,
click here to visit the Town of Queen Creek's Capital Improvement
Ellsworth Road - Rittenhouse Road to Queen Creek Road (San Tan Historical
This project is in the early stages of designing improvements to
Ellsworth Road, from Rittenhouse Road to the San Tan Historical Society, to
provide for safer, more efficient vehicular and pedestrian travel in this
Ocotillo Road - Ellsworth Loop Road to Heritage Loop Road:
This project recently completed an alignment study to determine the
future alignment of Ocotillo Road in this area. The project is
currently in detailed design and will include reconstruction of the
intersection at Ocotillo Road and Ellsworth Road, a new traffic signal
at the intersection of Ocotillo Road and Heritage Loop Road, widening
the road to four lanes with a center turn lane, bike lanes, and
sidewalks. Click here for more info . . .
Ocotillo Road - Power Road to Recker Road:
Improvements are currently being designed for Ocotillo Road, from Power Road
to Recker Road, and will consist of a new two lane roadway in this area.
Work currently taking place in this area is not related to this project, but
part of the private development off-site improvement requirements.
Click here for more info...
Rittenhouse Sewer Improvements:
Construction began in early May 2014 to install approximately 2.2
miles of 24" sewer pipeline along the old Rittenhouse Road
alignment, from approximately Sossaman Road to the Ryan Road
alignment; and in Ryan Road, from just west of Hawes Road to
Ellsworth Road. This project was completed in October 2014.
Chandler Heights and Sossaman Road:
Improvements are currently being designed to widen the intersection
of Chandler Heights Road and Sossaman Road to include right and left turn
lanes. Design is expected to be completed early next year.
Queen Creek Wash Multi-Use Path:
A federally funded project, this project is currently in design and
will provide an improved multi-use path along the Queen Creek Wash.
Click here for more info . . .|
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