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67th Avenue Waterline Assessment INFORMATION

We’d like to provide information on upcoming work and associated restrictions in 67th Avenue, from Deer Valley Road to Jomax Road, related to a City of Glendale waterline assessment.  If you prefer not to receive these e-mails, please reply and let me know and I’ll gladly remove your address.  Should you have questions, comments or concerns regarding this work, please don’t hesitate to reply to this email or contact our project hotline at 602.532.6250.

Scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 8 – 9.

  • 67th Avenue & Deer Valley intersection:  Intermittent short-term lane/turn restrictions as Water Service crews use a shadow truck for a brief period, during off-peak hours, to be able to access and open/close water valves to move water through the system to accommodate the assessment.
  • 67th Avenue north of Deer Valley Road, across from Mountain Ridge High School:  A shadow truck will be on the east side of 67th Avenue across from Mountain Ridge High School, between 6 – 6:30 a.m. and 7 – 10 p.m. each day.
  • 67th Avenue & Jomax Road:  Work will take place on the south side of Jomax Road, west of 67th Jomax Road will remain open for travel; however, the eastbound travel lane will be shifted away from the curb/sidewalk and there will be still be full movements permitted at the intersection. In addition, the sidewalk on the south side of Jomax Road will be closed in this location with signage to direct pedestrians to the north side of the road.

Scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 9 ONLY.

  • 67th Avenue & Happy Valley intersection:  Lane reductions will be in place at the intersection, from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m., for crews to periodically access a manhole in the middle of the intersection. In addition, left turns will not be permitted for westbound Happy Valley Road to southbound 67th

No interruptions to water service for businesses or residences are expected as part of this assessment; however, you may experience issues with water pressure or cloudy water, which is normal and doesn’t affect water quality. This work has been coordinated with emergency responders and access to businesses and residences will be maintained.

Thank you for your patience during this work.

Project Hotline: 602.532.6250 

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