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Kino Avenue Waterline Project Lane Closures

Post Date:06/25/2020 4:43 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

June 25, 2020

 

 

 

Kino Avenue Waterline Project

Lane Closures

 

KINGMAN, Ariz. –The closure will begin Tuesday, June 30 @7:00am through July 1 @5:00pm. The street closure will be on Kino Avenue at Willow Road and extend to North Glen Rd. Detours will be in place for street closures.

 

The project to install a new water transmission main on Kino Ave., between the Mohave Wash and Stockton Hill Road began February 10, 2020.

 

The contractor, Freiday Construction, is working with residents in the area regarding notification, but no water service delays or disruptions are scheduled to take place.

 

This project is the continuation of a multi-phased project to improve water delivery to city water storage tanks that will allow our infrastructure run more efficiently, resulting in an overall benefit to our customers. The total cost for the project is $1.51 million.

 

Up-to-date street closures will be located on the City of Kingman’s engineering website page of interactive Maps through the city’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS): https://www.cityofkingman.gov/government/departments/engineering/gis

 

 

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About Kingman

Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1952, Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County located in northwest Arizona along Interstate 40, U.S. 93, and the historically famous Route 66. The city’s population is 28,068, and approximately 60,000 including neighboring communities. Kingman is a general law city that operates under a council/city manager form of government with a mayor and six councilmembers elected at large. City government provides a wide range of municipal services that include administration, development services, engineering, public works, parks and recreation, water, sewer and sanitation services, and fire and police.

 

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