Town of Marana, Arizona

Population (Year): 54895  (2021)

The Town of Marana, located in Pima County, Arizona, faces several infrastructure challenges. One of the primary challenges is maintaining the town’s water supply in the face of drought and other environmental factors. The town has also struggled with providing adequate transportation infrastructure to accommodate its growing population, particularly in terms of expanding roads and highways to relieve congestion. In addition, Marana has experienced rapid development in recent years, which has put a strain on its existing infrastructure and resources, particularly in terms of utilities and public services.

Town of Marana

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Runway 3-21, Taxiway B2 Reconstruction, Hangar 6 Removal


“The project will design and construct the reconstruction of Runway 3-21,
relocation of Taxiway B2 and the removal of Hangar 6. The runway pavement
require reconstruction. Taxiway B2 relocation will remove direct access from
the center apron and runway 3-21. Hangar 6 is considered a penetration to
the Taxiway ‘B’ Taxiway Object Free Area TOFA and require removal.”



Not Started


Taxiways B and E Lighting Upgrade


“The lighting systems for Taxiway B and E are beyond their useful life and require
replacement. This project will replace lighting and signage fixtures, along with
airfield lighting cable. The two lighting systems will be upgraded to LED fixtures.”



Not Started


B-Zone Booster and Transmission Line


“This project will continue to provide water supply and fire flow capacity north along
the Twin Peaks Corridor for new development.”



Not Started


Hartman Booster Station Electrical Upgrade


“Planning, design, and construction of electrical modifications required to install
new auto transfer switches and generators. Generator must be sufficient to
provide power for the booster site, including SCADA system.”



Not Started


Tangerine 16-Inch with Break Tanks


“This project entails parcel qcquisitions, installing 16,750 linear feet of water main
and two 50,000 break tanks. This is required to help complete the Loop from the
Twin Peaks Corridor and into North Marana, and will help provide adequate water
supply and fire flow capacity to this region.”



Not Started

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