Click to Home
HomeContact Us
Email PagePrint Page
Go To Search
Copeland Detention Basin Project
Kevins Way and Hwy 89 Open September 8 2015
Got Questions or Comments About this Project?
Call the ADOT Project Hotline at 855-712-8530 
   
What's New...
9/18/15: This week, Rummel Construction, Inc. completed final punch list work for the Copeland Detention Basin Project. A final walkthrough was conducted on Tuesday by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the County. The project is now substantially complete with final acceptance of the project by ADOT and the County slated for next week, approximately one month ahead of schedule. 
 
Project Information  
Managed by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and funded by the County’s Flood Control District, ADOT and the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA), this flood control project is designed to reduce impacts to U.S. Highway 89 from flooding resulting from increased runoff caused by the 2010 Schultz Wildfire. The project will also significantly reduce potential flooding impacts to communities east of the highway, including Fernwood and Doney Park as well as the Regional Landfill.

The Copeland Detention Basin Project is located on an 80-acre parcel of land bounded by East Copeland Lane to the south, Kevin’s Way to the north, residential property to the west and US 89 to the east.
   
Managed By: Arizona Department of Transportation
Construction Start: Late April 2015
Estimated Completion:  September 2015
Project Cost: $5.3 Million
Project Contractor:  Rummel Construction, Inc.
Funding Entities:  FHWA and the County's Flood Control District   
   
Additional Information
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
General Scoping Letter
Legal Notice: 30-Day Comment Period 
Scoping Exhibits

Contact Us
Flood Hotline
(928) 679-8390

Emergency Management
(800) 559-9289
(928) 679-8311

Monday - Friday
7 AM - 3:30 PM
(928) 679-8311
Connect With Us Online
RSSFacebookTwitterYouTube