BULLHEAD CITY, AZ., May 22, 2023 – City of Bullhead City staff and contractors will be working on the following projects throughout our city during the week of May 22:
- City staff will be sweeping streets as needed throughout the city.
- McCormick Construction, under contract with the City of Bullhead City, will begin the reconstruction of Marina Blvd Tuesday, May 23, at 5 a.m. Alternating lane restrictions will be in place along Marina Blvd between Lakeside Dr and Highway 95 while the roadway is reconstructed. Overnight road closures with detours are also expected periodically throughout the project. Business access to the roadway will be maintained during daytime hours. The reconstruction of Marina Blvd is expected to be completed before the end of June.
- Contractors will be adding the final touches to the ongoing project at the North end of Community Park as the new Family Fun Zone nears completion.
- Public Works staff will continue working to convert the Bullhead Belle into a riverside concession stand and event gathering location. The City anticipates opening the Bullhead Belle during June 2023.
- Construction on the expansion of pickleball courts is underway, a contractor will continue building new pickleball courts adjacent to existing pickleball courts at Rotary Park. The City anticipates opening the new pickleball courts for the public in Late June.
- A contractor will be rehabilitating the 16-2 wastewater lift station located on Clubhouse Dr west of highway 95. The project will involve installing paneling made of Predl material to protect the well from corrosion. The city anticipates the completion of the 16-2 lift station rehabilitation project in late June. Upon the completion of the project at 16-2, the city will begin the same work at the 18-2 lift station with the expectation that the project will be completed in the fall of 2023.
- City crews will be rehabilitating manholes around the city, primarily along the east side of SR-95 in the river district. The rehabilitation project is repairing and upgrading 40 manholes throughout the city that have experienced significant corrosion. The new manholes are guaranteed by the manufacturer to last 50-years. The City has rehabilitated 11 manholes since the start of the project.
Please use caution while traveling through City work zones. Obey posted signage and traffic control devices.
Questions about ongoing projects throughout the city can be directed to Mackenzie Covert, Public Information Officer, at email@example.com