Road Closure Alert-Section of Silver King Road in Queen Valley to be Closed Beginning on February 24 for Improvements

FLORENCE – Pinal County Public Works will be carrying out roadway improvements to Silver King Road in Queen Valley beginning on Monday, February 24 and ending on Friday, February 28.

The improvements will mean a section of Silver King Road from South El Camino Route to Jay Street will be closed for the week of construction. The work will entail a replacement of a cattle guard that is located one mile of El Camino Viejo Route. Drivers should prepare to alter their route and plan for extra drive time during the construction.The new cattle guard will be wider and able to withstand heavier vehicles on Silver King Road.

As always, please drive with caution and obey all traffic signs.

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