May 18, 2024 3:29 PM

Glassford Hill Road Widening Project: Long Look Drive to State Route 89A – Community Open House Meeting on April 30, 2024

The Town of Prescott Valley and their design engineer, Kimley-Horn, invite you to attend a community open house meeting for the design of the Glassford Hill Road Widening Project: Long Look Drive to State Route 89A. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 30, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Police Department Training Room at the Police Department, located at 7601 East Skoog Boulevard. This open house meeting will allow community members an opportunity to meet the project team, provide input and learn more about the proposed improvements project. Please note that there is no formal presentation; join us at any time during the meeting. All public input is welcome and will be considered throughout the design phase.

Improvements being designed include the addition of a northbound and southbound lane, complete with new curbs, gutters, sidewalks, drainage improvements and a paved shoulder, on Glassford Hill Road between Long Look Drive and State Route (SR) 89A. These proposed improvements are part of the larger Glassford Hill Road Safety and Capacity Improvements Project the Town is undertaking. The project is funded through a state legislature appropriation which was secured with the assistance of the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization as part of a statewide transportation capital project package. Glassford Hill Road is strategically positioned as a main arterial road that provides connectivity between two states routes (SR 69 and SR 89A), with limited traffic flow and pedestrian/bicyclist accessibility. This project is being designed to improve the traffic flow and roadway accessibility for all users.

For up-to-date project information, the Town of Prescott Valley encourages you to visit To receive future project updates or to reach a project team member, email or call the project hotline at (928) 582-2727.


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  1. I live in Granville, on the East side right next to Glassford hill Road. Road noise is already a serious problem (Traffic, Speeding Cars etc) …. my guess is the center median will not be removed rather traffic will be 15 feet closer to my house, what steps are being taken to mediate the noise pollution in our neighborhood? If nothing will be done we are considering moving to Chino Valley.

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