Route 66 paving starts Friday
KINGMAN – Beginning Friday March 3, Sunland Construction will begin utility work in order to start milling and paving Route 66 (Andy Devine Avenue), along with sections of connecting streets in the downtown area. The paving will begin next week, weather permitting. The work will begin at Fifth Street and continue to Grandview Avenue. This will cost $1,061,723, and those funds come from the City of Kingman restaurant and bar tax implemented by City Council in 2012.
The City of Kingman urges anyone traveling through work zones to use caution and provide a safe working environment for workers, the motoring public, and pedestrians. The contractors are working with residents and businesses in the area regarding notification, but no water service delays, or disruptions are scheduled to take place. The project is expected to last two weeks.