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Posted on: January 29, 2024

Preserving Our Future Community Outreach

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On January 23, 2024, representatives from Pinal County Development Services spoke at the District 4 State of the County event in Saddlebrooke in the southern part of the county. This presentation gave residents information about the Road Maintenance and I...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: January 29, 2024

Preserving Our Future Outreach Presentation

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On January 23, 2024, representatives from Pinal County Development Services spoke at the District 4 State of the County event in Saddlebrooke in the southern part of the county. This presentation gave residents information about the Road Maintenance and I...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: December 13, 2023

Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) Spotlight

TAC Spotlight

Transportation Advisory Committee

In our ongoing commitment to citizen involvement and transparency, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors established a public process to help determine and prioritize projects for the Transportation Improvement and Mainten...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: November 17, 2023

TIMP Project Highlight: Apache Junction

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Pinal County’s Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund provides essential revenue for transportation projects not only in the county but also in our cities and towns. The Pinal County half-cent Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund has been a sign...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: November 8, 2023

TIMP Project Highlight: Florence Core Chip Seal Project

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Pinal County’s Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund provides the essential revenue for transportation projects not only in the county but also in our cities and towns as well.  In fact, since its renewal in 2005, the fund has provided over $25 m...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: October 30, 2023

TIMP Project Highlight: Ocotillo Road Asphalt Replacement

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Pinal County’s Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund provides the essential revenue for transportation projects not only in the county, but also to our cities and towns.  In fact, since its renewal in 2005, the fund has provided nearly ...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: October 16, 2023

District 3 Supervisor Miller: Citizens Involved in Road Planning

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In the heart of the desert, Pinal County is home to scenic views, rugged independence, and a storied history of rural living. Over the past 40 years, we have also been home to some of the fastest growth in the nation. Our population has increased from und...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: October 11, 2023

TIMP Project Highlight: Arizona Farms Asphalt Overlay

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Pinal County’s Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund provides the essential revenue for transportation projects not only in the county but also in our cities and towns as well.  In fact, since its renewal in 2005, the fund has provided ...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: September 12, 2023

Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund Connects I-10 to SR-79

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With the help of the Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund, Pinal County was able to improve Park Link Drive and offer a critical connection between Red Rock, the I-10 area, and SR-79. The Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund helped complete the connecti...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: August 16, 2023

TAC Member Spotlight Maxine Brown

Maxine Brown

The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) consists of ten appointed community volunteers of Pinal County and is the recommending body to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors on transportation planning, construction, and maintenance projects. 

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: August 4, 2023

Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund Takes Edwin Road from Unsafe to Smooth

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With the help of the Road Maintenance and Improvement Fund, Pinal County was able to transform Edwin Road from a narrow dirt road to a fully paved roadway. Completed in June 2009, this project improved traffic safety by paving and widening the Slim Calich...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: July 13, 2023

Pinal County ‘Preserving Our Future’ Highlights Vital Construction

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Grey Gartin, Arizona Capitol Times 

The Pinal County Public Works Department has launched a public awareness campaign to inform residents of the half-cent road excise tax on the ballot and its implications for transportation maintenance and projec...

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Preserving Our Future
Posted on: June 27, 2023

TAC Member Spotlight Kevin Louis

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The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) consists of ten appointed community volunteers of Pinal County and is the recommending body to the Pinal County Board of Supervisors on transportation planning, construction, and maintenance projects. 

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Posted on: June 2, 2023

My View: Why the 'pothole tax' is crucial for Pinal County

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Phoenix Business Journal Article from  Jeffrey McClure – Contributing Writer

In my 25 years as a small business owner, my career has spanned economic booms and downturns.  Through it all, I have gained a great deal of experience...

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Posted on: June 1, 2023

Pinal County Launches “Preserving Our Future” Public Awareness Campaign

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FLORENCE – To mark the beginning of the “Preserving Our Future” public awareness campaign, Pinal County Public Works will be installing road signs to mark projects which were funded by the county’s half-cent excise tax. These signs will be installed along...

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Posted on: May 25, 2023

Traffic Improvements for Hunt Highway and Arizona Farms Road Underway

Temporary Signals at Hunt Hwy and Arizona Farms Rd

One of the ways we are Preserving Pinal is to improve and repair the intersection of Hunt Highway and Arizona Farms Road. Rapid growth has made these improvements necessary for traffic and safety issues. Phase 1 will install a left turn lane on southbound...

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Posted on: May 16, 2023

What Makes Pinal County Move?

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The most asked question we get is, “I pay my property tax, why can’t you build a road with it?” The simple answer is that property taxes don’t pay for roads in Pinal County. Here is a short video explaining how our ...

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Posted on: April 25, 2023

District 2 Supervisor Goodman Gives Update on Hunt Highway & AZ Farms Project

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Pinal County District 2 Supervisor Mike Goodman brings an update on an upcoming project to address a significant transportation concern in the San Tan Valley area. This summer, a left-hand turn lane, and a temporary traffic light will be added to Hunt Hig...

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Posted on: March 16, 2023

Pinal, cities rely on 1/2-cent roads tax

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Pinal Central Article from reporter Mark Cowling

FLORENCE — People who shop in Pinal County have been paying a half-cent sales tax to repair the roads for almost 40 years. Voters must agree to renew it every 20 years, and county officials are alr...

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Posted on: May 6, 2023

As roads deteriorate, how will Pinal County solve its transportation tax conundrum?

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Arizona Republic Traffic Article from reporter Sasha Hupka

Every weekday morning, nearly 60% of Pinal County's commuters pilgrimage across county lines.

Nearly three-quarters of working residents there hold jobs in neighboring Maricopa County, according to ...

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