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CURRENT STREET PROJECTS

FY 18-19 CHIP SEAL PROGRAM

PROJECT NO.
SM 580 D
SCHEDULE
Starting April 15 and will last approximately 4 weeks
 
 
LOCATION
Lake Havasu City

MONDAY - APRIL 15, 2019
STREET FROM/TO
ALIBI DR OAKRIDGE DR to ANITA AVE
ATLANTIC DR AVALON AVE to AVALON AVE
ATLANTIC DR NEPTUNE DR to AVALON AVE
AVALON AVE LAKE HAVASU AVE to ANITA AVE
FISHERMAN DR PRIVATEER DR to CATAMARAN DR
FLAGSHIP DR ATLANTIC DR to RIVERBELLE DR
INVERNESS DR PALO VERDE BLVD to AVALON AVE
INVERNESS DR DANIEL DR to GLENGARRY DR
INVERNESS DR AVALON AVE to DANIEL DR
OAKRIDGE DR W END to APPLE TREE DR
OUTRIGGER DR AVALON AVE to LAKE HAVASU AVE
PEBBLE DR ANITA AVE to AVALON AVE
PRIVATEER DR AVALON AVE to CATAMARAN DR
RIVERBELLE DR ATLANTIC DR to MALAHINI DR
WEDNESDAY - APRIL 17, 2019
STREET FROM/TO
ALIBI DR ANITA AVE to BENTLEY BLVD
ALLEY 3 BENTLEY BLVD to MILAN DR
APPLETREE DR BENTLEY BLVD to
APPLETREE DR EAST END to BENTLEY BLVD
CLOVER LAWN DR SANDWOOD DR to CATALINA DR
CORRAL DR ALIBI DR to OAKRIDGE DR
CURTIS DR MILAN DR to BENTLEY BLVD
JANET DR BENTLEY BLVD to NORRIS DR
MILAN DR CURTIS DR to PALO VERDE BLVD
MILAN CT MILAN DR to CUL DE SAC
NORRIS DR N END to JANET DR
PALISADES DR CATALINA DR to AVALON AVE
PALISADES CT PALISADES DR to CUL DE SAC
SIMITAN DR ARABIAN DR to DESERT VIEW DR
THURSDAY - APRIL 18, 2019
STREET FROM/TO
ARABIAN DR SIMITAN DR to DESERT VIEW DR
CALIENTE DR IRONWOOD DR to LEAWOOD DR
CRESTVIEW DR MAVERICK DR to RUSTLER DR
DESERT VIEW DR KIOWA BLVD to SIMITAN DR
HIDDEN VALLEY DR PALO VERDE BLVD to BRIARCREST DR
HIDDEN VALLEY DR 3279 HIDDEN VALLEY DR to RUSTLER DR
PENNY DR CLIFFWOOD DR to ASCOT DR
SILVERADO DR RUSTLER DR to CRESTVIEW DR
SOMBRERO DR SAND DAB DR to DESERT VIEW DR
SOMBRERO DR PALO VERDE BLVD to SAND DAB DR
SUNKEN TREE DR EMPRESS DR to BEVERLY GLEN DR
FRIDAY - APRIL 19, 2019
STREET FROM/TO
CATTAIL DR YONDER DR to MISSION DR
CISCO DR N SMOKETREE AVE to EL DORADO AVE
CRESTWIND DR IROQUOIS DR to MAVERICK DR
EL TORO DR TARPON DR to JAMAICA BLVD
PELICAN DR TARPON DR to SWORDFISH DR
SWORDFISH DR JAMAICA BLVD to MCCULLOCH BLVD
TARPON DR MCCULLOCH BLVD to INDIAN PEAK DR
YONDER DR MCCULLOCH BLVD to TARPON DR
SATURDAY - APRIL 20, 2019
STREET FROM/TO
BRIAR WAY TARPON DR to MISSION DR
CHERRY TREE DR MCCULLOCH BLVD to MISSION DR
CHIRICAHUA DR PRINCESS DR to BUENA VISTA AVEUNE
FREMONT DR CATARACT DR to ACOMA BLVD
MISSION DR MCCULLOCH BLVD to CHESAPEAKE BLVD
MISSION WAY MISSION DR S to SLOOP DR
MOCCASIN DR THUNDERBOLT AVE to ROLLING HILLS DR
PASO DR ACOMA BLVD to FREMONT DR
SLOOP DR MCCULLOCH BLVD to CHESAPEAKE BLVD
TALISMAN DR VIEJO DR to VIEJO DR
NO WORK SCHEDULED FOR WEEK OF APRIL 22-26
PROJECT WILL RESUME ON MONDAY (APRIL 29)

LAKE HAVASU AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT

This project is a reconstruction project which will provide a new waterline main, sidewalks, paved surface and raised medians.

PROJECT NO.
ST3270
STATUS
Construction
 
SCHEDULE
December 2018 to May 2019
COST
$3.5M
LOCATION
Lake Havasu Ave. from Mesquite Ave. to Swanson Ave.
CURRENT ROAD CLOSURES

None at this time.

STORM RESPONSE

The Lake Havasu City roadways are grouped into 41 storm response areas. These areas are used to dispatch crews during storms and after-math clean-up activities. Each area is surveyed and rated for severity of damage and prioritized for work according to the resulting rating level. This allows for the most efficient and effective work approach.

Click the link below to view the Lake Havasu City storm response map.

TRAFFIC SIGNAL AND SIGNAGE FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Warrants for Stop Signs

STOP signs cause a substantial inconvenience to motorists, and studies have shown that over use of STOP signs results in motorists ignoring them thus increasing the chances of occurances of crashes. STOP signs should only be used where warranted as determined through a traffic study. STOP signs are not used for speed control. Speed control is a law enforcement issue.

Multi-Way Stop (4-Way Stop)

The "Multi-way Stop" installation can be useful as a safety measure in assigning right of way at some locations. A traffic study is conducted to determine if a multi-way stop is warranted. The following conditions may warrant a multi-way stop:

  1. Where traffic control signals are justified, the multi-way stop is an interim measure that can be installed quickly to control traffic while arrangements are being made for the installation of the traffic control signal.
  2. Where an accident problem has been indicated by five or more reported crashes in a 12-month period that are susceptible to correction by a multi-way stop installation.
  3. Minimum volumes:
    • The vehicular volume entering the intersection from the major street approaches (total of both approaches) averages at least 300 vehicles per hour for any 9 hours of an average day; and
    • The combined vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle volume entering the intersection from the minor street approaches (total of both approaches) averages at least 200 units per hour for the same 8 hours, with an average delay to minor-street vehicular traffic of at least 30 seconds per vehicle during the highest hour; but
    • If the 85th percentile approach speed of the major street traffic exceeds 40 mph, the minimum vehicular volume warrants are 70 percent of the values provdied in Items 1 and 2.
Who determines when and where traffic control devices, such as STOP signs and SPEED LIMITS are used?

Lake Havasu City follows the guidelines for use and placement of traffic control devices as set out by the FHWA and published in the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices. The Transportation Division, Traffic Operations Section conducts traffic studies to assess locations and conditions to see if they meet the warrants as set forth in these guidelines. Based on the traffic study results, recommendations are forwarded to the Director of Public Works for implementation approval.

If you would like to request or report a sign, or would like additional information, please contact us at the number below.