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Drainage Improvements

Project Description Status
Eastern Hills Drainage Improvements This multi-phased project will address flooding in the Eastern Hills neighborhood in East Fort Worth. Phase 1: A channel and multi-use detention basin / practice field for regional detention of stormwater was constructed in 2013. Phase 2: Storm drain inlets were installed on Weiler Boulevard and Danciger Road. A spillway was constructed in an existing pond, and a channel was reconstructed downstream. This phase was completed during the Summer 2016. Phase 3: Design is underway to install storm drains and inlets on Monterrey Drive and a portion of Jacqueline Road. Phase 3 is a joint effort with the Water Department and includes water, wastewater and pavement replacement. Design

Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements

Project Description Status
Quanah Parker Park Trails Extension to Arlington River Legacy Park New trails and bridges from Quanah Parker Park to the City of Arlington trail system will be constructed. Phase 1 of the project will construct trails from Handley Ederville Road to River Trails Park. This phase is currently in construction and is expected to end November 2018. Phase 2 of the project has not started. As information becomes available, updates will be added. Construction
Summerbrook Park Playground Replacement The existing playground will be replaced. Construction
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
Bridge Street Sidewalks Sidewalks and pedestrian crossing improvements along Bridge Street, Woodhaven and Boca Raton Boulevard. Design
East First Street & Bridge East First Street will be reconstructed from Beach Street to Oakland Boulevard as a four-lane, divided arterial street and include a new bridge over the Trinity River. Construction
Gateway Area Infrastructure Improvements Existing water and wastewater lines will be replaced and the streets rehabilitated on these streets and alleys: East 4th StreetFrom Covelo Avenue to Denair Avenue Galvez Avenue From Covelo Avenue to South De Costa Street 200 feet north of East 1st Street From North Beach Street to North De Costa Street 200 feet south of East 1st Street From South Harper Street to 200 feet west of Brandies Street Alley between Chenault Street and East 4th Street From Brandies Street to Covelo Avenue Alley between East 4th Street and Galvez Avenue From South De Costa Street to Covelo Avenue 150 feet east of North De Costa Street From Beach Mill Circle to East 1st Street 100 feet south of Brentwood Stair Road From Weiler Boulevard to 200 feet east of Wilson Road Alley between Galvez Avenue and Lawnwood Street From Denair Avenue to Brandies Street Alley between Cottonwood Street and North De Costa Street From 200 feet north of East 1st Street to 500 feet north of Austin Lane The water utility work is complete and now the streets will be rehabilitated. Construction
Heritage Trace Concrete Restoration Brick areas in the roadway on Heritage Trace Parkway from Interstate 35W to Ray White Road will be replaced with stamped concrete. Construction
Kimbo Road Reconstruction of Kimbo Road from North Sylvania Avenue to Mesquite Road. Reconstruction will include new roadway, sidewalks and storm drain system. In addition, water and sewer lines will be rehabilitated or replaced as needed. Design
North Beach Street Construction of an additional travel lane in each direction on North Beach Street from Loop 820 to Fossil Creek is planned, and the existing travel lanes will be rehabilitated. The roadway will become a six-lane divided arterial street. Construction
North Riverside Drive North Riverside Drive from North Tarrant Parkway to Old Denton Road will be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial street with roundabouts at Thompson Road and Summerfields Boulevard. The project will include new travel lanes, intersection improvements, drainage improvements, shared-use paths, sidewalks, street lights, bicycle lanes and/or rehabilitation of existing travel lanes, as appropriate. The next phase of the project reconstructs North Riverside Drive from Shiver Road to North Tarrant Parkway. The existing 2-lane road will be reconstructed as a 4-lane divided arterial street with an off-pavement bike path. The project includes improvements to the intersection at North Tarrant Parkway. This phase of the project is currently in the planning phase. Design

Water System Improvements

Project Description Status
Big Fossil Creek Parallel Relief Sanitary Sewer Main M-402 Phase 2 This is the final phase of a three phase plan of a single parallel sanitary sewer pipeline. The scope of work includes design of 8,800 linear feet of sanitary sewer pipeline, design survey, multiple junction structures, two wholesale customer meter stations and easement preparation. This is located along Big Fossil Creek from South of State Highway 121 to Broadway Avenue. Design
Big Fossil Parallel Wastewater Line The existing wastewater main that serves Haltom City will be removed from service and wastewater will be diverted to the existing Big Fossil wastewater main. A new parallel main will also be constructed. Construction
Bonnie Brae Area Water & Sewer Replacement Water and sanitary sewer mains will be replaced onthe following streets: Great Southwest Parkway from Mark IV Parkway to the I-35 service Road Kimbo Road from Mesquite Road to northeast cul-de-sac McComas Road from Kimbo Road to North Beach Street Design
Carter Riverside Area Wastewater Improvements Deteriorated wastewater mains will be replaced on the following streets: Belknap Street from Yucca Avenue to North Beach Street North Beach Street from Belknap Street to Springdale Road Springdale Road from North Beach Street to North Riverside Drive Carnation Avenue from west of the Carnation Avenue/Brittain Street Intersection to east of the same intersection Brittain Street from Springdale Road to Selma Street Selma Street from Brittain Street 500 feet east Kearby Street from Beryl Street to 200 feet east Easement between Barbell Lane and David Drive from Hollis Street to 1,050 feet north Easement located 150 feet south of N.E. 28th Street/David Drive from 150 feet west to 250 feet west Easement between Fairview Street and Robinwood Drive from Hollis Street to Selk Avenue Easement between Robinwood Drive and Brittain Street from Hollis Street to Selk Avenue Easement between Brittain Street and Beryl Street from Hollis Street to Selk Avenue N.E. 28th Street from 1,000 feet west of Beach Street/N.E. 28th Street intersection to 600 feet east Elinor Street from N.E. 28th Street to 1,250 feet north Construction
Deerfield Water Improvements Fort Worth water customers who live on the south side of Wall Price Keller Road, between U.S. Hwy. 377 and Ray White Road, are getting a new water line. Water utility lines under Wall Price Keller Road are being extended from the western edge of Freedom Elementary School to Ray White Road, and, from Corral Drive to U.S. Hwy. 377. This is the Deerfield Water Improvement project. The area was annexed by Fort Worth in August 2014. That annexation includes transferring water and wastewater service from the city of Keller to Fort Worth. Transportation & Public Works will coordinate the paving, which should start in mid-March. The project, slated to be complete by May 2018, also includes the replacement of existing valves and fire hydrants. Construction
Little Fossil Rehabilitation (Twin 90) Erosion Control Erosion control improvements along sewer collection lines in the Trinity River West Fork . Construction
North Tarrant Express Water & Wastewater Line Relocations Fourteen pipe crossings for water and wastewater lines on I-35W, from Loop 820 to I-30, that are in conflict with the additional roadway lanes for the North Tarrant Express project will be relocated. The project will be done in four segments: Segment 1: I-35W from Loop 820 to US 81/287 - Completed by March 2018 Segment 2: I-35W from Loop 820 to I-30 - Completed by December 2018 Segment 3: Loop 820 from Randol Mill Road to north of the interchange SH121/SH 183 - Completed by January 2023 Segment 4: I-35W from US 81/287 to Alliance Boulevard - TBD Construction
Randol Mill Road Wastewater Line Improvements This three-phase project replaces the major wastewater collection line from Woodhaven Drive to Village Creek Wastewater Reclamation Facility, and is part of a Sanitary Sewer Overflow Initiative agreement between the City of Fort Worth and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The first two phases are complete, and work is underway on the last phase. The final phase is from an area west of Mallard Cove Subdivision along the Trinity River to Woodhaven Drive near Randol Mill Road. The existing wastewater line will be relocated from within Riverbend Estates into the right-of-way along Randol Mill Road. After this is complete, the existing line will no longer be used. Wastewater line work within Riverbend Estates to connect the subdivision to the new section of the wastewater main is also part of the project. The existing 30-inch and 33-inch diameter line will be increased to a new 42-inch pipe. All lanes of Randol Mill Road are expected to be open to traffic by the end of February 2017. The final phase of the Randol Mill Road Wastewater Line Improvement project should be complete by June 30, 2017. Construction
Seminary Hill Elevated Storage Tank Repair and Repainting (Part 1) and Willow Springs Elevated Storage Tank Interior Coating Replacement (Part 2) The Seminary Hill 2 million gallon (2 MG) Elevated Storage Tank was built in 1947 and last rehabilitated in 1999. The Willow Springs Composite 2 MG Elevated Tank was built in 2010. Both tanks provide potable water storage and fire protection for areas in south and far northwest Fort Worth, respectively. The existing coating system for both tanks will be replaced in order to protect the structural steel from erosion. Design
Upper Big Fossil Creek Wastewater Improvements The wastewater main that runs through Fossil Creek Golf Course from Western Center Boulevard to Beach Street will be rehabilitated. Design
Water & Wastewater Improvements - Various Areas Wastewater lines will be replaced in these areas: Halbert Street at Normandy Drive Morrison Drive from John T White Road to I-30 Dove Drive from Kuban Boulevard to John T White Road Perimeter of Stonegate Mobile Home Park Design On Hold

Project News


East Fort Worth Infrastructure Improvements Project Meeting: 6 p.m. Feb. 1, 2018; Handley United Methodist Church, 2929 Forest Ave.

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