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District 3 Capital Projects

Drainage Improvements

Project Description Status
Arundel Storm Drain Improvements A new storm drain will be installed on Arundel, Encanto and Bellaire Circle. Additional inlets will be installed on Arundel and Bellaire Circle. A new outfall in the channel will also be constructed. As part of this project, water and wastewater improvements will be made on Arundel. Construction
Bellaire Park Court Drainage Improvements This project includes the design of a detention pond overflow structure, storm drain improvements on Bellaire Park Court, and storm drain improvements along Bellaire Drive South from Bellaire Park Court to the Howard’s Branch outfall, approximately 200 feet west of Overton Park Drive East. The project is a joint effort with the Water Department's water and sanitary sewer line replacement project. Construction
Lower Como Creek Erosion Control Improvements Residences along Como Creek below Lake Como are experiencing severe erosion issues. Severely eroded creek banks will be protected with structural (concrete) and non-structural measures like articulating concrete block and turf reinforcing mats. For additional slope stability, the creek banks will be revegetated with plants and grasses that thrive in the shade. Construction
Overton Woods Drainage Improvements This project includes the construction of a new storm drain and sanitary sewer system on Bellaire Drive between Briarhaven Road and the Trinity River. This project will be constructed in conjunction with the Briarhaven Drive and Overton Woods roundabouts. Design
Westcliff Drainage Improvements This project is a multi-phase project to reduce flooding in the Westcliff South drainage basin. The first phase includes installation of pipe inlets on Surrey Street from Suffolk Drive to Seminary Drive. Future project phases will install large diameter pipes and storm drain inlets to the north and south of the first phase. Construction

Fire Safety Improvements

Project Description Status
Fire Station 43 A new fire station will be constructed and equipped in far west Fort Worth. The proposed station will service residents in this high population growth area that includes the Walsh Ranch development. The proposed new facility would include up to a 4-bay station with approximately 11,000 square feet. Planning

Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements

Project Description Status
Como Neighborhood Center Design and construction of a new community center that will offer both youth and adult programming, fitness resources and meeting space. After the new center is operational, the old building will be demolished. Design
Foster Park South Erosion Control Drainage and erosion control improvements will be designed and constructed. Planning
Pecan Valley Golf Course Improvements An irrigation pump station and wet wall is being installed at the golf course. Construction
R.D. Evans Community Center Road & Parking Lot Replacement The existing park roadway and parking lot will be replaced, reconstructed and/or expanded. Planning
Transportation Connections for Pedestrians and Bicycles to the Trinity River Trails This project has five-locations and will be constructed in two phases. Phase 1 will add bicycle and pedestrian connections along Oakland Boulevard from Randol Mill Road to Rosedale Street, Westcreek Drive from I-20 to Kellis Park and at the River Park Trailhead. The connections include paved trails, sidewalks with ADA ramps at intersections, on-street bike lanes with striping and signage, and expanded parking facilities. (Construction to start October 2015.) Phase 2 connection locations are from Quanah Parker Park to Handley-Ederville Road and on to Richland Hills TRE train station, and from the Forest Park Trinity River Trails to the Mistletoe Heights neighborhood via a pedestrian bridge. Connections at these two locations include paved trails, pedestrian bridges, a low-water crossing, retaining walls and on=street bike lanes with striping and signage. (Currently in final design stage.) Construction

Street & Transportation Improvements

Project Description Status
Bicycle Wayfinding Signs Approximately 100 bicycle wayfinding, safety and educational signs will be installed throughout the City to promote awareness of vehicles and bicycles sharing roadways. Locations of signs will be in downtown, the near south side, TCU area, far north Fort Worth along Timberland and Tarrant Parkway, southeast Fort Worth along Maddox and Miller, south Fort Worth along Hulen, and east Fort Worth along Trinity Boulevard. Construction Complete
Bryant Irvin & I-20 Intersection Improvements The City will partner with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to construct intersection capacity improvements at the intersection of Bryant Irvin and IH-20. These improvements include dedicated left-turn lanes, two additional through lanes, street lights, traffic signal improvements and pedestrian facilities. Planning
COG Regional Contract Signal Timing As part of the North Central Texas Council of Governments regional traffic signal retiming project, timing on 140 signals located in Fort Worth will be modified. Construction Complete
Chapel Creek Bridge Over I-30 The existing two-lane bridge will be replaced with a new six-lane bridge over I-30. A turnaround bridge will also be constructed on the east side of the new bridge. Design
Ridglea Urban Village Streetscape Improvements The Ridglea Urban Village streetscape project seeks to enhance pedestrian facilities promoting a pedestrian-friendly environment within the Ridglea Urban Village. The streetscape improvements will occur in the public right-of-way at the intersection of Camp Bowie Boulevard and Westridge Avenue and include an enhanced pedestrian crosswalk, landscaping and irrigation, and water line replacement. Construction Complete
Signal Construction at Three Locations New traffic signals will be constructed at the following intersections: White Settlement Road and University Drive Camp Bowie Boulevard and Las Vegas Trail Camp Bowie Boulevard and Cherry Lane Design
Silver Creek Road Improvements This project has been scheduled in two phases. Phase 1: Silver Creek Road from Live Oak Bridge to the Silver Creek Bridge. Construction on this segment of the roadway was completed June 30, 2015. Phase 2: Silver Creek Road from White Settlement ISD to the Live Oak Bridge and north to the City Limits. Phase 2 is in the early design phase. Improvements include intersection capacity and safety improvements, rehabilitation of the existing roadway and widening of the roadway shoulders. Design
TCU Area Bicycle Facilities Bicycle pavement striping and signage improvements will be installed in the TCU / Westcliff area. Planning
White Settlement Road A left-turn lane will be built on White Settlement Road at the Silver Ridge Boulevard intersection. Improvements to the pavement, markings and signage improvements are also included in the project. Construction Complete

Water System Improvements

Project Description Status
Bellaire Drive South Wastewater Improvements The wastewater main that is located under Bellaire Drive South from Arborlawn Drive to just east of Overton Woods Drive will be replaced. Design On Hold
Bellaire Water & Wastewater Improvements Water and wastewater lines will be replaced on Bellaire Drive South and Bellaire Drive West. Wastewater lines will also be replaced on Overton Park Drive East. Construction
Clear Fork Lift Station A lift station will be built at Bryant Irvin Road close to the Clear Fork of the Trinity River to serve the former Lockheed Martin Recreational Area site. A wastewater line will then be added along Bryant Irvin Road. This line will connect with the existing wastewater line at the intersection of Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive. Bid and Award
Colonial Area Wastewater & Water Improvements The wastewater main that runs under Colonial Country Club Golf Course will be relocated under Mockingbird Lane and Colonial Parkway and the current wastewater lines will be abandoned. Existing water lines under Park Hill Boulevard will be replaced and the water line from Mockingbird Court to Simondale Drive and Lynncrest Drive will be relocated. To accommodate special events in the area, construction will be intermittent in order to avoid traffic issues. Construction
Como Area Wastewater Improvements Deteriorated wastewater lines located in alleys in the Arlington Heights and Como neighborhoods will be replaced. Bid and Award
Miscellaneous Wastewater Line Rehabilitation Deteriorated sanitary sewer lines in the Colonial Hills, Park Hill, Factory Place and Ridglea neighborhoods will be replaced. Bid and Award
Ridglea Country Club Drive Water Improvements The existing 16-inch water main located under Ridglea Country Club Drive, from Tamarack Road to Coral Circle, will be replaced. Design
Ridglea Hills & Westcliff West Water & Wastewater Improvements Water lines will be replaced along Rowan Drive and Clayton Road. After the water utility work is completed, an asphalt overlay will be performed until the streets can be reconstructed or rehabilitated by the Transportation & Public Works Department. Design
Ridglea Hills / Mistletoe Heights Area Water & Wastewater Line Replacements Water and/or wastewater lines will be replaced on the following street segments: Clayton Road West from Floyd Drive to Rowan Drive Woodstock Road from Rowan Drive to Clayton Road West Angus Drive from Chickering Road to Clayton Road West Grace Avenue from Marshall Street to Race Street Harrison Avenue from Jerome Street east to the dead end West Morphy Street from Jerome Street east to the dead end True Avenue from NW 16th Street to the dead end of Flagstone Drive After the utility work is completed, a temporary asphalt repair will be done until the street can be scheduled for rehabilitation or reconstruction by the Transportation & Public Works Department. Construction
Westcliff & South Hills Water & Wastewater Improvements Wastewater lines located on either side of Granbury Road, just south of the TCU campus, will be replaced. Design On Hold

Bond Projects

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