The Town of Paradise Valley is beginning our community outreach to get input on Mockingbird Lane improvements between 56th Street and Invergordon Road to address safety and improve drainage in the area.
This work is part of the Town’s plan to mitigate stormwater runoff for a 10-year storm event as well as reduce traffic speeds for this one-mile segment. An upgrade to sidewalk ramps and driveways for ADA compliance and a mill and overlay will be performed. This project was first identified in the Town’s Capital Improvement Program in 2018 following a 2017 drainage study administered by the Flood Control District of Maricopa County (District). District is participating in 50% of the design and construction costs for the drainage improvements.
SCHEDULE (as of Nov 2022)
*design and construction cost for storm drainage improvements are 50% cost-share town partnership with District.
Currently the Town is in the scoping phase to solicit public input from all area stakeholders (residents, motorists, bicyclists/pedestrians, utility providers, and funding partners) regarding proposed improvements described above.
The public outreach process allows the public to provide valuable feedback to the project team, Staff, and Town Council. All public meeting information is posted below under Project Links as well as announced via AlertPV (sign-up here for email and/or text alerts for this project). For more information, please contact the project manager shown below.