Preserving Our Future

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Pinal County’s half-cent road maintenance fund was originally passed in 1986 and renewed in 2005. Sometimes called the “pothole fund,” this local funding is used to preserve and build our roads throughout our region. This fund is the only funding for our Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program (TIMP.) TIMP is where Pinal County residents can submit roadway improvement recommendations that go before the Transportation Advisory Committee, which develops five-year transportation plans. 

As it currently stands, this dedicated funding is set to expire at the end of 2026.  Pinal County’s Public Works Department and Transportation Planning Division have launched a public awareness effort called “Preserving Our Future” to highlight the history of transportation in Pinal County, the accomplishments of the current road maintenance fund, and a look at our future roadway maintenance, safety, and economic development needs as discussions begin surrounding the expiration of the current fund.  


  1. Parklinkdrive (PNG)
  2. Maxine Brown

    TAC Member Spotlight Maxine Brown

    The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) consis... Read on...
  3. TIMP Highlight Edwin Rd
  4. Pot hole construction (PNG)

    Pinal County ‘Preserving Our Future’ Highlights Vital Construction

    The Pinal County Public Works Department has launc... Read on...
  5. TAC Spotlight (PNG)

    TAC Member Spotlight Kevin Louis

    The Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) consis... Read on...
  6. Traffic with TIMP Sign

    My View: Why the 'pothole tax' is crucial for Pinal County

    Not too long ago Pinal County had a population und... Read on...
  7. Preserving Our Future RS (PNG)
  8. Temporary Signals at Hunt Hwy and Arizona Farms Rd
  9. What Makes Pinal County Move - Graphic

    What Makes Pinal County Move?

    The most asked question we get is, “I pay property... Read on and View Video...
  10. Website - News Graphic (1)
  11. Website - News Graphic With Video
  12. Pinal Traffic

    Pinal, cities rely on 1/2-cent roads tax

    TIMP pays for smaller projects. It’s been used to ... Read on...
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For any inquiries, contact Ray Telles, Public Information Officer at 520-866-6529 or email [email protected].