Construction crews working on the milling project for Andy Devine Avenue in Kingman, AZ. MCR/Emily Black/File Photo
KINGMAN — The City of Kingman will begin the milling and paving of Andy Devine Avenue on May 13. The improvements will take place from Stockton Hill Road to Michael Street, before the I-40 Interchange.
The project is scheduled to end June 6. All businesses will remain open during the project. Crews will maintain business access with proper signage to direct the motoring public in and out of businesses safely.
- Week of May 13: Two northbound lanes will be closed starting May 13. Crews will mill the existing surface and pave the two lanes back. Northbound traffic will move to the center lane. Once the work is complete and temporary road markings are installed, it will be reopened.
- The two southbound lanes will be closed beginning the week of May 20. Southbound traffic will be moved to the center lane during. When crews complete their work and temporary markings are installed, the southbound lanes will reopen and the center lane will be closed for several days.
- New striping will be installed May 28-29.
The City of Kingman said they appreciate the public’s patience during this brief construction project. They hope motorists look forward to a nice, smooth ride along this portion of Andy Devine Avenue when the project is complete.