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District 3 Capital Projects

Drainage Improvements

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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. Phase one is complete and design is underway for phase two. Design

Fire Safety Improvements

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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. Design

Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements

Project Description Status
Lake Como Dam Repair & Erosion Control Design and construction of drainage, dam restoration and erosion control improvements Design
North Z Boaz Park Development The park master plan will be updated and implemented. Amenities include but are not limited to the construction of athletic fields, park trail, picnic facilities, a fitness area, playground, recreational courts, parking, and supporting infrastructure and equipment. Design
Tim Watson Park A master plan is being designed and constructed for park amenities that include, but not limited to, playground, picnic shelter, walking trail, security lighting and practice fields. Planning
Z. Boaz South New Playground, additional trail, pavilion, picnic tables, benches, quick coupler, pavilion lighting, and water fountain Bid and Award

Street & Transportation Improvements

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Como Area Street Rehabilitation Improvements include rehabilitation of existing asphalt pavement, ne curb and gutter, driveways and replacement of water/sewer mains and services on the following streets: Volder Drive from Oak Forest Drive to Burton Hill Road Hervie Street from Diaz Avenue to Wellesley Avenue Humbert Avenue from Faron Street to Horne Street Libbey Avenue from Faron Street to Horne Street Libbey Avenue from Horne Street to Littlepage Street Locke Avenue from Mary's Lane to Sappington Place Design
Lake Como Sidewalks Construction of Sidewalk route along Lake Como Drive, Locke Avenue and Merrick Street. Design
North Ridglea Streetlights Replace the existing street light fixtures with LED lighting and install new street light poles at intersections in N. Ridglea neighborhood. View the presentation from the meeting on April 1, 2020. https://youtu.be/pMLQQU66fwQ Bid and Award
Safe Routes to School C.C. Moss and M.L Phillips Design and construction of new sidewalks and reconstruction of existing sidewalks, curb ramps, driveways, signs, and associated items like concrete curb and gutter and small retaining walls within an approximate quarter mile radius of C. C. Moss and M. L. Phillips Elementary School campuses. Design
Sidewalk Improvements Installation of sidewalks and ADA ramps at five locations around the city. The locations include: Colonial Parkway from Colonial Country Club to Rogers Road Rogers Road from Colonial Country Club to Trinity Bridge E. Berry Street from US287 to Bishop Street Cooks Lane from I-30 to Brentwood Stair Road Altamesa Boulevard from Crowley Road to Brookhaven Place Sanguinet Street from I-30 to Driskell Boulevard Donnelly Avenue from Hulen Street to Merrick Street Bid and Award
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
Southwest Street Rehabilitation Improvements include rehabilitation of existing asphalt pavement, new curb and gutter, driveways and replacement of water/sewer mains and services on the following streets: Mary’s Creek Drive from Lyndon Drive to Benbrook Highway Overton Park Drive East from Fox Hollow to 300 ft N of Altura Court Roanoke Street from Culver Avenue to Wycliff Street Culver Avenue from Marks Place to Penrose Avenue Design
W. Vickery at Riverbend Pedestrian and Traffic signal improvements This project will provide pedestrian and bike access to the bike lanes on Southwest Boulevard through the intersection of West Vickery at Riverbend. Sidewalk will be installed across the railroad crossing on west side of intersection. Pedestrian signal elements will be installed to assist pedestrians across the intersection. Design

Water System Improvements

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Bellaire, Ranch View, South Hills & Westcliff Infrastructure Improvements Infrastructure improvements are on the horizon in the Westcliff West, Overton Park and Bluebonnet Hills area of Fort Worth. This project is bound by Westcliff Road South to the north, Stadium Drive to the east, Bellaire Circle to the south, and South Hulen Street to the west. The affected streets include Bellaire Circle from Ranch View Road to the north cul-de-sac (water & sewer); Ranch View Road from South Hulen Street to Bellaire Circle (water & sewer); South Hills Circle from Bellaire Circle to Bellaire Circle (water); and Westcliff Road South from Stadium Drive, west to the dead end (water). The streets will be restored with asphalt pavement. 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. On Hold
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. On Hold
Como Area Wastewater Improvements Deteriorated wastewater lines located in alleys in the Arlington Heights and Como neighborhoods will be replaced. Alley between Pershing Avenue and El Campo Avenue From Faron Street to 250 feet east of Faron Street Alley between Pershing Avenue and Birchman Avenue From 250 feet east of Faron Street to 100 feet west of Bourine Street Interstate 30 From Merrick Street to Eldridge Street Alley between Calmont Avenue and Birchman Avenue From Eldridge Street to 200 feet east of Kenley Street Camp Bowie Boulevard From 300 feet east of Halloran Street to Horne Street Alley between Lisbon Street and Valentine Street From Bedford Street to Chambers Avenue Alley between Houghton Avenue and Diaz Avenue From Horne Street to Bourine Street Alley between Wellesley Avenue and Houghton Avenue From Faron Street to Bourine Street Alley between Wellesley Avenue and Houghton Avenue From Hervie Street to Merrick Street Alley between Bonnell Avenue and Fletcher Avenue From Bryant Irvin Road North to Halloran Street Bourine Street From Goodman Avenue to Fletcher Avenue Alley between Kilpatrick Avenue and Bonnell Avenue From 300 feet west of Bourine Street to Bourine Street Alley between Goodman Avenue and Kilpatrick Avenue From Horne Street to 300 feet west of Faron Street Alley between Goodman Avenue and Kilpatrick Avenue From Hervie Street to Prevost Street Alley between Libby Avenue and Goodman Avenue From Prevost Street to 200 feet east of Merrick Street Alley between Blackmore Avenue and Libby Avenue From Hervie Street to Prevost Street Alley between Shiloh Drive and Chariot Drive From Horne Street to Bourine Street Construction
Desert Ridge & Kilpatrick Avenue Infrastructure Improvements Water mains will be replaced in an area that stretches from Desert Ridge Drive to the west, Camp Bowie to the north, Southwest Boulevard to the south, and Halloran Street to the east. The affected streets include: Desert Ridge Drive from Camp Bowie Boulevard/State Hwy. 377 to Southwest Boulevard/State Hwy. 183 (water and paving). Kilpatrick Avenue from Bryant Irvin Road North to Halloran Street (water and paving). Design
Hudson Oaks & Willow Park Water Transmission Main Extension The cities of Hudson Oaks and Willow Park are two of more than 30 entities that are wholesale water customers of the City of Fort Worth. Hudson Oaks and Willow Park plan to jointly fund a water transmission main extension from Fort Worth to Willow Park. The main will parallel Interstate 20, starting at the intersection of FM 3325 and Interstate 20 in Fort Worth, and extend west through Fort Worth's extraterritorial jurisdiction in to Parker County. The extension will end at a proposed storage tank and pump station in the vicinity of El Chico Trail in the city of Willow Park. Design
Ridglea Area Infrastructure Improvements This project includes the replacement of water and/or sewer mains as well as the rehabilitation of the affected streets in the Ridglea area. The streets include: Olive Place from Hemsell Place to Curzon Avenue Tex Boulevard from Elizabeth Lane West to Calmont Avenue Mary’s Lane from Greenway Road to Garland Avenue Ridglea Avenue from Kenwick Avenue to Locke Avenue and from Darwood Avenue to Malvey Avenue Calmont Avenue from Tex Boulevard to Bigham Boulevard Locke Avenue from Sappington Place to Olive Place and from Bryant Irvin Road North to Halloran Street Curzon Avenue from Lackland Road to Sappington Place, from Olive Place to Mary’s Lane, from Bigham Boulevard to Edgehill Road and from Sappington Place to Olive Place Garland Avenue from Sappington Place to Bigham Boulevard Elizabeth Lane West from Olive Place to Tex Boulevard Malvey Avenue from Bryant Irvin Road North to Halloran Street Halloran Street from Camp Bowie Boulevard to Malvey Avenue Construction
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. Construction
Rowan Drive and Clayton Road Infrastructure Improvements Infrastructure improvements are planned in the Ridglea area. The project area is bound by Brants Lane to the north, Clayton Road East to the east, the intersection of Clayton Road East/Rowan Drive to the south; and, Clayton Road West to the west. Luther Lake is inside the improvement area. The affected alleys and road include the alley northeast of Rowan Drive from Clayton Road East to Standering Road; the alley northeast of Rowan Drive from Brants Lane to Standering Road; the alley south of Brants Lane from Brants Lane to the alley south of Brants Lane; and Clayton Road East from Rowan Drive to Brants Lane. On Hold
Westcliff & Rosemont Sewer Improvements Sewer lines will be replaced on streets in an area bound by Suffolk Drive to the north, Standish Road to the east, West Seminary Drive to the south and Trail Lake Drive to the west. The affected streets include: Cherokee Trail north east to Granbury Road Trail Lake Drive from south of Wyndale Court to West Seminary Drive West Seminary Drive from Trail Lake Drive to Granbury Road Anita Avenue from Manderly Place to north of South Drive Winfield Avenue from Anita Avenue to Carolyn Road Carolyn Road from Winfield Avenue to south of Suffolk Drive Cherokee Trail north east from north of West Seminary Drive to north of Standish Road North of Suffolk Drive Design
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
Westside Water Treatment Plant Expansion Project This project will be the second expansion since 2012, when the plant was put into service. At that time the plant could treat 12 million gallons of water a day. Westside was expanded to 15 million gallons a day, and will now expand its capacity to 18 million gallons with this project. The plate settler is used to remove suspended particles from the water by what is called gravity settling. Plate settlers can be used in treatment plants, like Westside, that need to increase capacity to handle future growth. Also included in this project are the addition of one filter and one membrane feed pump as well as the replacement of the raw water flow meter and control valve. The project is north of Old Weatherford Road and east of Chapin Road. Design