Water and Stormwater Infrastructure Upgrades at Pima Park


A number of changes are coming to the city-owned site at 86th Street and Thomas Road that includes Pima Park and the Central Groundwater Treatment Facility. The city has obtained the large vacant parcel to the east of the park and plans to build a new water treatment facility and a storm water retention basin. Additionally, minor changes are being proposed for Pima Park.

Project elements include:

  • Construction of the new Thomas Groundwater Treatment Facility to enhance water quality.
  • Improvements to the Central Groundwater Treatment Facility to improve operational efficiencies.
  • New stormwater retention basins as part of the Granite Reef Watershed project in order to protect area residents from major storm events.
  • Potential alterations to Pima Park access to maximize space and improve safety.

To view where this elements will be located within Pima Park please take a look at the site plan.

Map of upgrade area

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Project Hotline

For additional information on the Water Quality Upgrades at Pima Park, please call the project hotline at 480-657-7900.

Project Information

Budget: $24,149,000

Sponsoring Division: Water Resources

Funding Source: Water rates

Project Location: Pima Park

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