City-Wide Maintenance and Capital Improvement Projects Week of February 26

Published by The Bee News

February 23, 2024

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BULLHEAD CITY, AZ., February 23, 2023 – City of Bullhead City staff and contractors will be working on the following projects throughout our city during the week of February 26:

  • A contractor working on behalf of ADOT will continue repaving Highway 95 in Bullhead City between 1st St and Bullhead Parkway. After Highway 95 has been completely repaved from Courtright Rd in Mohave Valley to the northern intersection of Bullhead Parkway, the contractor will continue construction work by raising manholes, installing traffic detection equipment, fog sealing the roadway, and repainting.
  • City Street Maintenance Crews will be sealing cracks and filling potholes along Bullhead Parkway. The project is expected to last for several weeks.
  • City street maintenance crews will be applying a slurry seal to various sections of roadway in the City. For more information, including the complete list of streets to receive maintenance, visit bullheadcity.com/csmp.
  • The Bullhead City Municipal Pool will be closed while a contractor working on behalf of the City resurfaces the pool deck and makes drainage improvements. The new floor surface will be heat and slip-resistant. The pool is expected to reopen April 30.
  • The Optimum Community Center Gymnasium will be closed while City staff and contractors remodel the building, including the installation of a new wooden floor, new doors, new air conditioning components, new ceiling tiles, and new LED lighting. The work is part of the first phase of a multi-phase project to improve the facility. Other work is also currently taking place around the facility but will not result in any closures or cancellations of ongoing programs. The gymnasium is expected to reopen to the public April 30.
  • T.R. Orr Inc. will continue working to expand the Bullhead Senior Campus Building. The new senior campus expansion will add 9,000 square feet of space to the building, including 7,700 square footage of indoor activity and meeting space and 1,300 square feet of covered outdoor patio space. Construction is expected to wrap up around August 2024.
  • A contractor will continue rehabilitating the 16-2 wastewater lift station on Clubhouse Dr west of Highway 95. The project involves installing paneling made of Predl material to protect the well from corrosion.
  • A contractor working on behalf of ADOT is installing new street lights in various locations along Silvercreek Road as a part of a Highway Safety Improvement Project awarded to the City. Some lane closures will be in effect while crews work along the shoulder of the road.
  • City Parks Maintenance staff will continue a project to install decomposed granite around the basketball courts at Rotary Park.
  • The Bullhead City Basketball Court at Rotary Park will be closed from February 19 through March 8 while a contractor repaints the concrete surface.

 

The City reminds the public to only flush human waste, toilet paper, and grey water down the drain. All other waste products should be disposed of through other means to avoid damage to the city’s infrastructure.

 

Please use caution while traveling through City work zones. Obey posted signage and traffic control devices.

 

The public is encouraged to use the Bullhead City Direct app, available for Android and IOS devices, to report issues around the city directly to the City Staff who resolve them. Visit bullheadcity.com/BullheadCityDirect for more information.

 

Questions about ongoing projects throughout the city can be directed to Mackenzie Covert, Public Information Officer, at mcovert@bullheadcityaz.gov or (928) 763-0182.

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