Families get comfortable on Polly the Trolley as it takes them around the Salt River Fields property during an evening tour of the facility’s progress on September 14.
Photo by Richie Corrales

Salt River Fields on Track for Completion in 126 Days

Au-Authm Action News

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community members got another glimpse of Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on the evening of September 14.
Seniors of the Community were the first to tour the facility, followed by Community members who rode on trolleys that toured the property. Everyone was shown the future main entrance as they rode down a new road that completely encircles the facility. About four trips were made with the trolleys to and from the facility.

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