You can help pave the way for the proposed Interstate 11 freeway. ADOT's moving ahead on a 3 year environmental study stretching from Nogales to Wickenburg, and today marks the beginning of a 45-day comment period for community input. Several meetings will be held over the next few weeks, where you can ask questions and comment on things like the environmental impact, or how this new freeway would affect wildlife and resources.
Six public meetings are scheduled in the study area:
Wednesday, June 8
Dorothy Powell Senior Adult Center – Dining Room
405 E. Sixth St.
Wednesday, June 15
Buckeye Community Center – Multipurpose Room
201 E. Centre Ave.
Tuesday, June 21
Nogales High School – Cafeteria
1905 N. Apache Blvd.
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.
All meetings run from 4 to 6:30 p.m., with presentations beginning at approximately 4:15 p.m. The same information will be presented at each meeting.
Those interested in commenting on the study but are unable to attend a public meeting are encouraged to visit the study website at i11study.com/Arizona and complete an online survey.