The $4.7 million American Gulch Plan will bring members of the town council, planning and zoning commission and Green Valley Redevelopment Committee together Wednesday.
The plan has multiple phases and would cost a total of $4.7 million if all were incorporated into the project, Town Manager Fred Carpenter said.
The three groups will meet at 5 p.m. at town hall to review the plan, discuss and possibly take action on it, Wednesday, Feb. 26.
The plan, if approved, will redirect run-off south of Main Street to provide better flood control and more land for development. Additionally it will include 10-foot, concrete, pedestrian paths, 15-foot bike paths and landscaping.
Capital improvements group meets tonight
The group of local residents selecting capital projects for the town meets for the first time tonight.
The meeting of the Citizens Ad Hoc Capital Improvements Project Committee is at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 25 in the town hall council chambers, 303 North Beeline Highway.
The agenda includes outlining the process for the committee and developing a work schedule.
The meeting is open to the public. The group will review capital project requests from town departments and residents. It will then make a selection to submit to the town council for consideration. The council will then place projects on a ballot in September for the voters to make a final selection.
Police academy information offered
Information on a Payson-area police academy will be presented at a meeting March 5.
The 10-week academy is planned at Gila County Community College in the fall. Cadets will be sponsored by both the Payson Police Department and the Gila County Sheriff's Office, but non-sponsored cadets may also attend.
Information about the academy will be presented at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 5 at the college's community room. The meeting is open to everyone with an interest in the academy.