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Project Overview

67th Avenue Corridor
Improvement Project

The City of Peoria’s 67th Avenue Corridor Improvement Project is a multi-faceted, regional infrastructure project which expands the roadway and enhances drainage protection.  The project extends from Pinnacle Peak Road to Happy Valley Road as a gateway to the city of Peoria, with connections to both Glendale and Phoenix. 

The project will widen 67th Avenue to three travel lanes in each direction, by expanding the existing roadway with an additional lane in each direction with bike lanes, and raised median islands along a portion of the roadway between the Lifetime Fitness/Christ’s Church of the Valley (CCV) entrance and Happy Valley Road for access management and to enhance safety.  Overhead utilities on the west side of 67th Avenue will be converted to underground, and the project also includes new curb, gutter, sidewalk, storm drains, streetlights, and landscaping to complete the streetscape. 

Residents north of Happy Valley Road will gain an additional through lane and dedicated right turn lane at the intersection of 67th Avenue and Happy Valley Road for southbound traffic, and dual left and right turn lanes will be constructed on the west and south legs of the intersection to improve travel times.

In coordination with the Flood Control District of Maricopa County, a regional stormwater drainage plan identified the need for a regional storm drainage system. The City of Peoria recently completed interim improvements on a drainage basin at Hatfield Road and 67th Avenue. As part of the project, storm drains will be installed in 67th Avenue and a box culvert at Hatfield Road to direct stormwater to New River. 

Final design began in Summer 2021, with construction over a period of time to include utility relocations to accommodate the planned improvements. 

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