Indian School Road Pavement Preservation


Project Information

As part of Scottsdale’s annual pavement maintenance program, the city will be improving Indian School Road from 60th Street to Scottsdale Road. As roadways deteriorate, the possibility of potholes, cracks and other roadway imperfections that affect driving increases. Scottsdale’s pavement maintenance program helps ensure smoother, safer driving conditions. The project includes removing, or “milling,” the old pavement and then resurfacing, or “overlaying,” the road with new pavement and striping. Utility access must also be adjusted before and after the paving project.

All work will be completed between 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for one shift of weekday milling (asphalt removal). The weekday shift of milling will be completed from 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 22 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, when traffic volumes are lower and work conditions are safer. Indian School Road will be reduced to one lane in each direction during project work hours. Signs will be posted indicating business access points.

Tentative Project Schedule

Tuesday, Sept. 8: Remove north-south brick crosswalks at Marshall Road
Saturday, Sept. 19: Lower utility manholes
Sunday Sept. 20: Mill asphalt (Pinto Ln. to Scottsdale Rd.)
Sept. 21 – 25: Paving and striping
7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 22 to 5 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23: Mill Asphalt (60th St. to Pinto Ln.)
Saturday Sept. 26: Raise utility manholes
Saturday Oct. 3: Raise utility manholes

Project Information

Budget: $805,756

Sponsoring Division: Street Operations

Funding Source: Transportation Sales Tax

Project Location: Indian School Road from 60th Street to Scottsdale Road