In spring 2017, the Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration will hold public meetings as part of the ongoing Interstate 11 environmental study between Nogales and Wickenburg. The purpose of the meetings is to evaluate corridor alternatives.
ADOT will post meeting information, once details are finalized. Please check back!
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) held six public scoping meeting as part of the environmental study for Interstate 11 (I-11) between Nogales and Wickenburg.
Public Scoping is a time at the beginning of the environmental study for the study team to learn from the community. As part of the scoping process, a series of public meetings were held throughout the Corridor Study Area, including Wickenburg, Buckeye, Casa Grande, Marana, Tucson and Nogales. The public scoping meetings provided study information, obtained community feedback on issues in the Corridor Study Area, and solicited input to form potential corridor alternatives. This public input will help ADOT and FHWA identify the selected corridor alternative and type of transportation facility.
The following list outlines the public meetings were held during the scoping period. Each meeting was held from 4-6:30 PM, with a presentation at approximately 4:15. The same information was presented at each meeting. Following the presentation, the meeting will be held in an open house format with study team members available to answer questions.
Select the thumbnails to view the presentation and boards from the public scoping meetings.
Wednesday, June 8
Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center - Dining Room
405 E 6th Street
Casa Grande, AZ
Wednesday, June 15
City of Buckeye Community Center - Multipurpose Room
201 East Centre Ave.
Tuesday, June 21
Nogales High School Cafeteria
1905 N. Apache Boulevard
Wednesday, June 22
Arizona Riverpark Inn
777 W. Cushing St.
Thursday, June 23
Marana Middle School Gymnasium
11285 W. Grier Rd.
Wednesday, June 29
Wickenburg Community Center
160 N Valentine St.
Those interested in commenting on the study, but are not able to attend a public meeting, are encouraged to complete the online survey. All feedback, questions and comments will be considered as part of the study, are entered into the project record, and will help shape the future I-11 corridor. Comments are requested by July 8, 2016 to be included in the Public Comment Summary Report.