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Joe Clos - Director
(928) 753-8116

Gerry Delgado - Administrator
(928) 753-8709

Mission Statement

The mission of the City of Kingman Information Technology Department is to assist in the delivery of City services by managing and coordinating the use of information technology across the various City departments.

Major Services/Responsibilities

  • Maintain, upgrade and replace phone, computing and networking components as needed
  • Coordinate the use of common technologies between City departments
  • Investigate new technological opportunities on behalf of the City

We are dedicated to delivering professional service in a courteous manner to every department at the City of Kingman and to all residents.

Willow/Kino Intersection Opens 10-18-19

Friday, October 18, the Willow Road/Kino Avenue intersection will reopen at 6:00 a.m.
Post Date:10/17/2019 4:50 PM

Friday, October 18, the Willow Road/Kino Avenue intersection will reopen at 6:00 a.m. The section that is currently closed to Wells Street will remain closed, however. Beginning Monday, October 21, Kino Ave. will be closed from Willow Rd. to Walleck Ranch Drive until October 31, 2019. Detours will be in place, but we urge the traveling public to drive slowly through detours, and give themselves extra driving time, while traveling through work zones.

Up-to-date street closures and restrictions can be found at the City of Kingman’s engineering website page of interactive Maps through the city’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS):

The project to install a new water transmission main on Kino Ave., between Arizona Street to the Mohave Wash, started August 12, 2019. Portions of Kino Ave. will be closed throughout the project, and detours will be in place for street closures.

The contractor, Freiday Construction, is working with residents in the area regarding notification, but no water service delays or disruptions are scheduled to take place.

This project is the continuation of a multi-phased project to improve water delivery to city water storage tanks that will allow our infrastructure run more efficiently, resulting in an overall benefit to our customers. The total cost for the project is $1.38 million.

The project should last roughly 90 days, over multiple phases for line installation and pavement patching, and is currently on schedule.


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