Northwest District Projects

Interstate 40: Haviland Rest Area Rehabilitation

I-40 Haviland Rest Area and sign

The Arizona Department of Transportation will begin construction in spring 2018 to rehabilitate the Haviland Rest Area, located on Interstate 40, about 30 miles west of Kingman (mileposts 23-24). Construction will require the closure of both west- and eastbound rest area facilities through Spring 2019.

  • Upgrading the restroom equipment, caretaker residence, ramadas, vendor kiosks and pump house
  • Installing a new reservoir, water transmission line and well equipment
  • Replacing septic tanks and sewer lines, and rehabilitating water and wastewater systems 
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Project Notification

Haviland Rest Area to close for renovations Wednesday, April 18
I-40 rest area in northwestern Arizona will get upgraded restrooms, utilities

PHOENIX – The Haviland Rest Area along Interstate 40 west of Kingman will close Wednesday, April 18, for a $3.6 million renovation that includes upgrading its restrooms and utilities.

The facilities in both directions along I-40 at milepost 23 are scheduled to reopen later this year before the holiday season.

While the rest area is closed, drivers can use facilities in Kingman.

More information on rest areas is available at  

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