Micro Surface Continues on Viewpoint and Superstition Drives This Week
Due to recent monsoon storms, the micro surface scheduled to be placed on Viewpoint Drive and Superstition Drive last week was delayed to this week as weather permits.
Road closures and detour routes will be in place in these areas. Public Works suggests that citizens choose alternate routes when traveling in this area. Weather events make it difficult to set work times precisely, but notices are distributed door to door to both residents and businesses one day in advance of work.
The Town of Prescott Valley is aware that this work inconveniences drivers and is working with the contractor to complete the project as quickly as possible.
Southwest Slurry Seal is the contractor for the project. Residents should be aware that curing for the newly placed micro surface will take 4 to 5 hours after placement before traffic can proceed as normal, and roadways will be completed one half at a time.
Vice Mayor Lori Hunt talks with Councilmember April Hepperle about her participation in the upcoming Dancing For The Stars event. All proceeds directly benefit our local Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona, with Clubs in Prescott and Prescott Valley. DFTS has been a huge success, thanks to the generosity of our community and the hard work of our amazing dancers. Last year, the event raised over one third of their annual budget! DancingForTheStars.net