July 23 at 4:00 PM Update -- Road Closures & Recovery Efforts Underway

7/23/2013

FLORENCE, AZ – Recovery from yesterday’s and this weekend’s monsoon storms is underway throughout Pinal County. We are working to ensure that updated information is made available as soon as possible.

If you see crews working to clear roadways, please slow down and pass with caution. In many cases, the waters will need to subside before crews can remove any silt or debris to reopen the road.

Extended periods of foul weather may delay reopening of some or all of these roadways. Crews close these roads to protect life and enhance public safety. Please observe and respect these closures.

Closures as of 9:00 AM on Tuesday, July 23:

     Burgundy text denotes new closures as of this report.

Oracle Area
River Road from east YL E Ranch Road to Reddington Road due to the San Pedro River running in this area.
Copper Creek Road from River Road to Main Street due to the San Pedro River running in this area.

Arizona City Area
Sasco Road from Hollis Road to La Osa Ranch Road due to the Santa Cruz River running.
La Palma Road from Battaglia Drive to Eloy city limits due to the McClellan Wash running.
Shedd Road from Houser Road to Eloy city limits due to the McClellan Wash running.

Casa Grande Area
Kleck Road from Signal Peak Road to Curry Road is closed due to flooding.
(OPEN NOW) Storey Road from Curry Road to Tweedy Road is closed due to flooding.
(OPEN NOW) Miller Road from Stanfield Road to Murphy Road is closed because the Santa Rosa Wash is running.
(OPEN NOW) Barnes Road from Stanfield Road to Pala Road is closed because the Santa Rosa Wash is running in this area also.
Selma Highway from ChuiChu Road to Trekell Road is closed due to flooding.


How you can help your Public Works staff?
Pinal County Public Works is asking residents to contact us at (520) 866-6411 or email us at pcroadmaintenance@pinalcountyaz.gov if there is any debris on county roads or if road repairs are needed.

NOTE: For neighborhood roads within master planned communities, please contact your homeowner’s association. If you live in a municipality, please contact your city to report street and road problems.

Please provide the following information:

  • Name of road
  • Between what cross streets (example: Thistle Road to Johnson Ranch Boulevard)
  • Specifics about the problem (debris in road, tree limbs in road, road flooded or washed out, signs down, traffic signal not functioning, etc.)
  • Your name
  • A phone number to contact you if we need further information
We appreciate your assistance in alerting us to road hazards that would affect the traveling public.
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