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Southern Avenue Streetscape Improvements to begin in the Fiesta District
By: Michele Doberstein
03/18/13 4:23 PM

March 18, 2013
Contact: Michele Doberstein
480-644-3800Tel
michele.doberstein@mesaaz.gov

The Southern Avenue Streetscape Improvements project is the first project from the City of Mesa’s Fiesta District Implementation Plan along Southern Avenue. The improvements will create a uniquely identifiable area for Mesa that is economically vibrant, pedestrian friendly and an active urban destination.  The project is scheduled to begin in April 2013 and is anticipated to be completed in the spring of 2014.  This project will transition Southern Avenue to four through lanes (two in each direction) from east of Dobson Road to Alma School Road.  Other improvements include wider sidewalks and landscaping behind the new curbs.  New amenities will be installed, which include benches, street lighting, pedestrian lighting, trash cans, bike racks and traffic signals.  Colored paving enhancements will be constructed at the intersections of Southern and Alma School, Southern and Stewart and Southern and Longmore.  Vibrant monument entry signs will be constructed at the intersections of Alma School Road and Southern Avenue and on Southern Avenue west of Sycamore.

The public is invited to attend a Pre-Construction Public Meeting where City staff and Haydon Building Corp. will be available to answer your questions regarding project improvements.  No formal presentation will be given at this meeting, but you will be able to review plans.    
                                                
Location:         Adams Elementary – Gym 
                        738 S. Longmore Mesa, AZ  85202
                                                
Date:               Thursday, March 21, 2013
                                                
Time:               5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
 
For more information about the Southern Avenue Streetscape improvements project, contact City of Mesa Engineering Public Relations at (480) 644-3800.
 
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