September 19, 2018
Weekly Newsletter

First Southern Baptist Block Party

Travel ID

Are you ready for the Travel ID deadline? 

There are just over 520 business days between now and October 1. 2020. Why does this matter? The ADOT MVD wants Arizonans to know they should obtain the Travel ID.

The Travel ID is a federally-compliant driver license or ID card that is accepted at TSA airport checkpoints.

As of October 1, 2020, standard licenses or IDs WILL NOT be accepted by TSA. You can take other forms of ID to the airport, but not everyone wants to carry a passport to Dallas or Pittsburgh. The Travel ID is the simplest solution.


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New Members

Building Performance Specialist
David Hardesty
Join Date: 09/12/2018

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Member Renewals

The Goddard School
Nicole Bigham
Member Since: 09/03/2009
Renewed On: 09/17/2018

Desert Chemical Incorporated
Marvin John
Member Since: 09/05/2012
Renewed On: 09/17/2018

Arlington Valley LLC
Dan Krick
Member Since: 09/01/2000
Renewed On: 09/17/2018

Paul Brooke Titan Alarm Inc.
Mike Proudfit
Member Since: 08/10/2010
Renewed On: 09/13/2018

Arbonne International
Marilyn Taugner
Member Since: 09/12/2005
Renewed On: 09/18/2018

Buckeye Police Foundation
Richard Todd
Member Since: 09/26/2017
Renewed On: 09/18/2018

ASU West Campus - Movies on the Lawn

Still time to reserve your booth!

Loop 303 Closure

Loop 303 closed Saturday (Sept. 22)
from I-10 to Happy Valley Parkway

Alternate routes recommended during
pavement improvements


PHOENIX – A long stretch of Loop 303
in the West Valley will be closed on
Saturday, Sept. 22, for a pavement
improvement project, according to
the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Crews will apply an oil-based seal coat
treatment to refresh the existing
rubberized asphalt pavement on 15 miles
of Loop 303 between Interstate 10 and
Happy Valley Parkway. Drivers should
plan ahead and consider alternate routes,
including Loop 101, while the following
restrictions are in place:

Loop 303 closed between Interstate
10 and Happy Valley Parkway from 10 p.m.
Friday to 6 p.m. Saturday (Sept. 22). Both
I-10 ramps to northbound Loop 303 
Goodyear will be closed. Crews will reopen
ections of the freeway in stages as the
pavement-improvement work progresses
on Saturday.

Local alternate routes include:

Northbound traffic should consider using
Sarival Avenue between I-10 and 
, as well as eastbound Greenway Road,
westbound Grand Avenue (US 60), eastbound
ell Road to northbound 99th Avenue and Lake
Pleasant Parkway. Southbound traffic should
consider using westbound Bell Road to
southbound Cotton Lane
Loop 101 (Agua Fria Freeway) west of I-17
s another regional detour route

Parts of other Phoenix-area freeways, including
State Route 51, Loop 101 between I-10 and
hunderbird Road and I-10 west of Loop 101,
have received the oil-based treatment to extend
the life of their pavement.

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News from the Chamber - September 19, 2018