On Nov. 2, Design Group Architects submitted revisions to their letter of intent that will increase the amount of open spaced preserved by more than four acres, while reducing the number of timeshares and adding additional workforce housing.
With construction on the Hwy. 179 Improvement Project in full swing, traffic is moving slowly along the corridor, particularly in the Village of Oak Creek where four-way stops have replaced the stoplights at the intersections of Bell Rock Boulevard and Jacks Canyon Road.
Top Arizona Department of Water Quality officials held a second open house and public commentary at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, at the Sedona Red Rock High Schoolcampus.
Parking in Sedona’s Uptown and Hwy. 179 business districts has become more of a priority for City Council in the last year, City Manager Eric Levitt said.
Although traffic slows to a crawl at Back o? Beyond Road?s intersection with Hwy. 179 where the cement barriers are in place Southwest Asphalt Paving construction workers contracted for the project are managing to keep things moving for the most part.