Updated Aug. 16
City Council has requested a survey of Uptown residents to assess perceived utility of this connector. The city has begun discussions with area property owners, and a feasibility study is underway. Some adjacent residential property owners are opposed, with non-residential property owners supportive. At a June 2018 Uptown public meeting, residents expressed support for this project.
This project would help residents of Uptown Sedona bypass the two roundabouts at Brewer/Ranger roads and the Y, and also improves the residential area with new hardscaping and landscaping design. This local, residential road project will extend the west end of Forest Road to connect to southbound SR 89A west of the U.S. Post Office location.
- Gives Uptown residents a way to bypass the two busy roundabouts that lead in and out of the Uptown area.
- Provides additional access to emergency and fire emergency responders.
- Reduces congestion at the roundabouts.
- Estimated cost $1.3 million.