As spring gets into high gear around Pinal County, the City of Eloy continues to advance some very important projects, said Eloy City Manager Harvey Krauss.
A network of fiber cable is being extended through the Eloy region. City offices will be connected and operational within 45 days after the project starts.
City staff, Sun Corridor Metropolitan Planning Organization and its consultant are in the initial stages of a comprehensive feasibility study to bring transit service to the Eloy area.
The city’s development team is working through the guaranteed maximum price and looking forward to a groundbreaking in April 2018.
The city’s public works department will soon be designing and reconstructing portions of Phoenix Avenue and selected cross streets to continue its program of improving Eloy’s roads.
Adopt A Street
The city sponsors a spring clean-up of the street rights-of-way that have been adopted by its residents and businesses. This event will occur on Saturday, April 21. Anyone can volunteer – meet at North Park at 7 a.m.
The City Council has recently approved another final plat in Robson Ranch for 80 new homes.