- Public Works & Infrastructure
- Current Projects
- Dynasty Manor - Roadway Rehabilitation
- FM 664
- Loop 9
- Mesa Subdivision Water Main Replacement
- Lakeridge Road Improvements
- Smart Water Meter Replacement Program
- Mesa Subdivision Roadway Construction
Project Scope: Surface milling, concrete base stabilization and asphalt road repaving Contractor: Level One Paving, Inc. Project Duration: 30 days baring weather delays
Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) Moves Forward With First Loop 9 Section
Loop 9 has been identified in transportation planning efforts for a number of years, but changes in demographics; traffic growth and forecasts; and the potential to connect to other major facilities have driven the need to re-evaluate the overall concept of the facility. Between 2006 and 2011, TXDOT developed schematic plans and evaluated potential natural, cultural, and socio-economic impacts for the Loop 9 Southeast project.
The proposed project was evaluated as a 6-lane new location controlled access tollway with intermittent access roads between US 287 and I-20 within a 450 to 600 foot corridor depending on interchange location.
For more information regarding the Loop 9 Project, visit the Loop 9 Projects and Study website or visit official Loop 9 Transportation Study website.
April 14, 2021
The contractor will begin pipe welding of the new waterlines tomorrow, Thursday, April 15, 2021. ATMOS Energy will be replacing the gas line during this phase of the project. To learn more about the waterline replacement process, please watch this short video:
April 12, 2021