The Bullhead, Arizona City Council is like to approve a contract for a new Mohave Drive project that will consist of resurfacing a road and widening a local highway, according to the Mohave Daily News.
Totaling $231,382, the project is expected to begin in mid-October and is projected to be completed by the end of November. The construction will include the resurfacing of roads with new asphalt and the widening of the lanes of the Arcadia Boulevard, reported the news source.
The project will receive funding from the Highway User Revenue Funds, the general fund and flood control money that the city currently has. Additional expenses that were not foreseen in the initial plan may be covered by an allotment from the state, according to the Daily News.
Along with the funding for the road project, the city council is expected to purchase two John Deere 1435 commercial front mowers and three John Deere 1600 commercial wide-area mowers to help maintain the area's roadside and public spaces along the highway, reported the news source.
The Bullhead City Council is also organizing several events to raise money for the projects, including a regatta and a dive-in pool event, according to the city's website.