City of Buckeye, Arizona

Population (Year): 101315  (2021)

The City of Buckeye in Arizona is facing several infrastructure challenges. The city’s rapid growth has put pressure on its transportation system, leading to congestion on major roads and highways. There is a need for more road expansion and upgrades to improve traffic flow and safety. Buckeye also faces challenges in water management, with the need for new wells and infrastructure to meet the growing demand for water. Additionally, the city is looking to upgrade and expand its wastewater treatment facilities to keep up with the increasing population.

City of Buckeye

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Downtown Storm Drain (from 4th to 9th )


“Place storm drain pipe and catch basins in Monroe from 4th Street to 9th Street (Storm Drain pipe was placed from 1st to 4th in
anticipation of thisproject in 2006). This system will relieve the issue of flooding for the 10 year 2 hour storm for Downtown Buckeye.
The waters would be conveyed in a storm drain pipe system under Sixth Street (the piping under the portion closed and adjacent to
Buckeye Elementary School is in a separate project) to South Street. At South Street, the pipe system would travel east to Seventh and
outfall into a retention basin constructed by this project.”



Not Started


Jackie Meck Water Campus Well 10


Acquire a well site and construct a new production well and appurtenances to provide raw water to the Jackie Meck Water Campus site.



Not Started


North Airport Water Campus – Fluoride Removal


“Financial participation in the Developer-led design and construction of a facility upgrade to remove fluoride and to dewater residuals.
agreement. The installation of treatment will allow the City to improve water quality and avoid public notice.”



Not Started


Central WWTP 1.5 MGD Expansion


“DCR to expand from the current capacity of 4.5 MGD to 6.0 MGD. Design FY 24/25, construction FY 25/26 and 26/27. Pricing from
2017 IWMP Appendix I -Wastewater Collection Flow Modeling, Design of the 1.5 Treatment Expansion, Adding new processes such as
digestors, permitting, construction, commissioning Project Management 2. Data Collection 3. Collection System Hydraulic Modeling 4.
Design Concept Alternatives 5. Wastewater Infrastructure Master Plan 6. Project List and Schedule of costs for planning purposes”



Not Started


Sundance WRF Expansion


Construct the necessary improvements to expand the Sundance WRF to treat its build-out capacity of 6.6 MGD



Not Started

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  6. Explanation of expenses for the project
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