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When the town was incorporated in 1994, it had 1,800 residents. Today our population is more than more than 30,000. PW WorkerThe 26 employees in Public Works are committed to delivering high-quality projects and services to support a great quality of life and managed growth.  We use available resources:  technology, processes, collaborative partnerships, finances and people. We also actively seek input from elected officials, the public, employees and other service providers to improve all aspects of Public Works.

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Town Hall Pavement Preservation Project

Another recent pavement preservation project was the one done at Town Hall (see before and after photos below).

The Public Works department partnered with GuardTop on this pilot project to test a new pavement preservation material. GuardTop donated 1/3 of the material utilized on the projects, therefore making our dollars go farther.

Town Hall Before PhotoTown Hall After Photo


2019 Youth Art Project Samples

Below are several pictures of the four benches and trash cans of the 2019 Youth Art Project You can enjoy these benches and trash cans in the Quail Creek - Veterans Municipal Park (which borders Old Nogales Hwy and will border the Quail Crossing Blvd extension when built).

Thanks to all the wonderful students who worked on these.

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Monthly Streets Report

Public Works streets employees work very hard to keep the Town of Sahuarita in good condition.  Our Public Works streets employees are made up of 7 Full Time Employees along with inmates.*

Below you will see the monthly reports showing where streets employees are spending their time.

*Inmates are not violent offenders.

PW Monthly Report-2019 September

PW Monthly work log hrs.

PW Monthly Report-2019 July

Recent Awards and Recognitions

  • John Garcia, engineering technician for the Town of Sahuarita, received the 2019 Award of Merit from the American Public Works Association Southern Arizona Chapter

John Garcia

  • Thomas Kibler, senior wastewater operator at the Town’s Water Reclamation Facility received the 2019 Above and Beyond Employee Award

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  • The Duval Mine Road Improvements, managed by the Town of Sahuarita Public Works Department, won project of the year for the American Public Works Association, Southern Arizona Chapter. 
  • Sahuarita’s Public Works Department won a 2018 Quality in Construction Award by the National Asphalt Pavement Association for improvements to 1.5 miles of Duval Mine Road.

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  • Donnell Rogers, Operations supervisor for Sahuarita’s Water Reclamation Facility, received the 2018 Above and Beyond Employee Award.

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Why are the train horns so loud?

The Town of Sahuarita occasionally receives noise complaints about train horns in our area. The aim of train-horn regulations is to assure public safety. Read on...Train


Contact Us

  • Dial 911 for Emergencies, Nights and Weekends
  • Monday-Friday, 8 am-5 pm for questions or concerns about roadways, traffic signals, street lights, sidewalks or drainage:

                                        WORKS@Sahuaritaaz.gov

                                        (520) 344-7100

                                        375 W Sahuarita Center Way, Sahuarita, AZ 85629