Community Feedback Wanted on Regionally Significant Corridors Study Featured

David McAtee October 19, 2022 107

Yavapai County Seeks Community Feedback on Regionally Significant Corridors Study and Cornville Road/Tissaw Road Roundabout Design Concept Report 

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  • The Yavapai County Public Works Department asks for feedback on current issues and challenges
  • They are asking about Corneille Road, Pioneer Parkway, Williamson Valley Road and Iron Springs Road
  • Learn more about the study and take the survey
  • The survey closes on November 4th 
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Yavapai County asks for the public to take a survey 

The Yavapai County Public Works Department invites members of the public to share feedback on current issues and challenges they face on Cornville Road, Pioneer Parkway, Williamson Valley Road, and Iron Springs Road.  Feedback will help Yavapai County better understand current transportation issues and what potential solutions our residents and travelers would like to see along these corridors. 

The community is invited to learn more about the study and the Cornville Rd/Tissaw Rd roundabout DCR and complete an online mapping survey at: KaiProject.com/YavapaiCorridors 


The survey will close November 4th, 2022.  

As Yavapai County continues to grow and change, it is imperative that the County proactively plan for the safety, access, and mobility of its most critical corridors. Yavapai County is currently completing a planning study and a design project to aid in improving four of the County’s critical corridors. These projects include: 

  • Regionally Significant Roads Study 
    • Cornville Road Corridor Assessment: SR 89A to Solair Drive 
    • Pioneer Parkway Corridor Assessment: Willow Creek Road to Williamson Valley Road 
    • Williamson Valley Road: Pioneer Parkway to Shadow Valley Ranch Road 
    • Iron Springs Road: Williamson Valley Road to Kirkland Hillside Road 
  • Cornville Road / Tissaw Road Roundabout Design Concept Report 


The purpose of these planning and design projects is to develop a comprehensive long-range plan for managing the corridors and determining what, if anything, can be done to improve the corridors based on needs, public and agency input, and financial feasibility. 

For additional information please visit the project website at: KaiProject.com/YavapaiCorridors.   


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