Street Projects

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Total value of Proposition #1 is $71,600,000 for Street Projects. There are no specific projects described in this proposition because future traffic and development patterns might impact the need for individual streets or neighborhoods, or outside funding might be secured for some street projects. As a result, the list of sample projects could change and some projects described here might be replaced by other projects not currently identified.

Sample projects reviewed by the Blue Ribbon Capital Projects Committee include:

Note: Bonds are sold in increments of $5,000 so projects are rounded to the nearest $5,000.

AREA DESCRIPTION OF WORK AREA MAP COST
Timberbrook Subdivision

Residential concrete street, sidewalk, and alley conditions range from fair to very poor

 

Water mains in bad condition and will be replaced

 

Drainage system is substandard and will be replaced

Timberbrook Subdivision
$8,770,000
South Kealy Avenue

Funding provides required match for proposed North Central Texas Council Of Governments funding (Total project cost is $1,963,710)

 

Project includes 2-lane roadway with parallel parking, additional right-of-way and sidewalks

 

Existing pavement is asphalt without curb and gutter and conditions are poor

 

Already funded utility construction will add additional distress to pavement

 

Converts to concrete street

South Kealy Avenue $465,000
Mill St at 121 Project includes the realignment of South Mill Street at Business 121

Project will include right-of-way purchase

Will create a new entry point into Old Town Lewisville

Includes Public Art ($58,040)

Mill Street at 121 $2,960,000
Valley Ridge East Project includes a 4-lane roadway extending Valley Ridge Blvd from the east terminus at the Animal Shelter and Adoption Center to the proposed extension of Corporate Drive
 
Valley Ridge East $4,407.000
Corporate Drive Funding provides required city match for existing Regional Toll Revenue (RTR) funding. Denton County will contribute $3,768,421 to the project. Additional funding will be used for landscape enhancements and pedestrian and bike lanes

(RTR) funding has to be used by 2019

Project includes 4-lane divided roadway with bike and pedestrian features

Connection to Trinity River Floodway

Includes Public Art ($150,785)

Will provide an linkage between east and west Lewisville

Total cost for segments 2 – 5 is $29,407,552

Corporate Drive
$7,690,000
Kealy, Jones
and Cowan 
Project includes concrete paving with curb & gutter, sidewalks, drainage and utility improvements on the subject streets

Project will provide enhanced access in and out of a relatively closed off neighborhood after the Cowan Avenue/ RR crossing is removed to accommodate
Valley Ridge Blvd

Both Kealy Avenue and Jones Street provide direct access to LLELA Nature Preserve

 Kealy, Jones Cowan $4,850,000
Civic Circle  Current concrete street is in deteriorating condition

Potential to include pedestrian and bicycle improvements during reconstruction
 Civic Circle $1,150,000
Indian Oaks Subdivision Phase 1  Eastern section is asphalt streets with open drainage

Will be replaced with concrete streets; open drainage will remain

Western sections are concrete streets, sidewalks, and some alleys
 Indian Oaks $2,200,000
Valley Parkway  Current concrete arterial street in is deteriorating condition

Potential to include pedestrian and bicycle improvements during reconstruction
 Valley Parkway $2,060,000
College Street
Two-lane concrete street with curb & gutter and sidewalk

Total project cost is $3,817,389. Rest of the funding would come from RTR money.
 College Street $1,170,000
Cowan St. Phase 1
South of Main Street is mostly asphalt and in poor condition

Sidewalks and ramps are not ADA compliant 
 Cowan Phase 1 $1,900,000
Railroad Street
Project includes a 2-lane concrete street with curb & gutter, improved drainage, utility improvements, and sidewalks

Project was originally funded in the 2003 Bond Program, however dropped off due to increasing concrete prices  
 Railroad Street $1,925,000
Holfords Prairie Road
Funding provides required match of Denton County Trip-08 funding to complete a 2-lane concrete street with curb & gutter (Total cost is $5,635,441)

Project also includes bike and pedestrian facilities

Project will create a connection between Business 121 and future Corporate Drive

Also will alleviate flooding at the existing crossing over Midway Branch Creek 
 Holfords Prairie Road $2,015,000
Lewisville Valley 4 Subdivision
Residential concrete street, sidewalk, and alley conditions range from fair to poor

Water mains in deteriorating condition and will be replaced

Some sewer mains in poor condition and will be replaced 
 Lewisville Valley 4 $9,908,000
Meadow Glen Subdivision
Residential concrete streets, sidewalks, and alleys

Numerous repairs have been completed and there are continuing pavement failures 
 Meadow Glen $7,365,000
Lewisville Valley 1 Subdivision
Residential concrete streets, sidewalks, and alleys

Numerous repairs have been completed and there are continuing pavement failures

Most water mains have already been replaced due to condition 
Lewisville Valley 1  $7,705,000
Bellaire Blvd.
Concrete arterial street in fair to poor condition

A large section of west bound was overlayed with asphalt years ago due to condition

Potential for pedestrian and/or bicycle improvements 
Bellaire Blvd  $5,060,000
TOTAL
Note:  The list of sample projects could change and some projects described here might be replaced by other projects not currently identified.
  $71,600,000