View a larger map of project 2 area in pdf
Project 2 of the Drought Pipeline Project includes the installation of a 66-inch “transmission main” along 32nd Street up to Bell Road, and a large booster pump station just south of Bell Road at 31st Street.
There are several phases top the Project 2. The first phase is the installation of a 66-inch pipeline and valve at Bell Road and 32nd Street. This phase started in November 2020 and was completed in mid to late February 2021. Then installation began on the pipeline at 32nd Street and Bell Road in June, and is due to be completed in mid-September 2022.
The transmission main phase along 32nd street down to the SR51 will be used to move additional water from a Phoenix water treatment plant that uses Salt River Project (SRP) water to an area further north in the city that would normally use Central Arizona Project (CAP) water.
See the links below to learn more about impacts to traffic flow and project specifics.
PROJECT 2 DOCUMENTS
Drought Pipeline Project 2 Progress Report Map (PDF)
Construction Activity - 32nd Street, Cholla Street to Shea Boulevard - Updated 6/29/22 (PDF)
Construction Activity -32nd Street, Acoma Drive to Thunderbird Road - Updated 6/29/22 (PDF)
Northern Avenue Road Restrictions, 26th Street to Cheryl Drive - Updated 6/29/22 (PDF)
SR51 to Bell Road 66-inch Pipeline Construction Update (PDF)
MOUNTAIN PRESERVE TRAIL IMPACTS
Myrtle Tunnel to reopen to pedestrians on November 22 (PDF)
Dreamy Draw Bike Path and Pedestrian park access closures, including Pleasant Tunnel (PDF)
Dreamy Draw Park roadway and recreation area closures (PDF)
Perl Charles Trail 66-inch Pipeline construction notice (PDF)
Perl Charles Trail (1A) closure starts June 10 (PDF)
Pipeline and Pump Station Projects (PDF)
PROJECT OVERVIEW DOCUMENTS
Drought Pipeline Project Details and timeline (PDF)
Major Streets Coordination - Businesses and Surrounding Community (PDF)
Neighborhood Coordination (PDF)
SafetyAwareness & Community Coordination (PDF)
66-inch Pipeline Project
SEE PAST PROJECT DOCUMENTS
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