District 5 Capital Projects
|East Fort Worth Water & Stormwater Utility Infrastructure Improvements||Existing water and wastewater mains will be replaced on the following streets: McGee Street from the north dead end to Craig Street Routt Street from Forest Avenue to Hunter Street Routt Street from Hunter Street to Milam Street Routt Street from Milam Street to Mims Street Hunter Street from Church Street to East Lancaster Avenue Lumber Street from Church Street to East Lancaster Avenue Rockhill Road from Blueridge Drive to Oak Hill Road Jacqueline Road from Weiler Boulevard to Jacqueline Court Monterrey Drive from Danciger Drive to Oak Hill Road Meadowbrook Drive from Sandy Lane to Escalante Avenue Halbert Street from Routt Street to Church Street Stormwater improvements will be made on Jacqueline Road from Weiler Boulevard to Yolanda Drive and on Monterrey Drive from Danciger Drive to Oak Hill Road. Culverts will be replaced on Meadowbrook Drive from Sandy Lane to Escalante Avenue.||Design|
Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements
|Bunche Park||A master plan will be developed for this park. Amenities may include a playground, trails, group shelter, benches, picnic tables and security lighting.||Design|
|Eugene McCray Community Center Expansion||This project includes design and construction of additional space to the existing facility, as well as addition parking spaces.||Design|
|Handley-Meadowbrook Community Center Expansion||The existing community center will be expanded, and park roadway and parking lot rehabilitation will be performed.||Design|
|Mosier Valley Park Master Plan||A master plan will be developed for the park. Amenities being considered include a playground, walking trails, a group shelter, benches, picnic tables, a multi-use court, security lighting and interpretive commemoration / historical designation area.||Construction|
|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. This includes a trail connection from Mallard Cove Park to the Trinity Trails system.||Design|
|Titus Paulsel Park Playground Replacement||The existing playground will be replaced.||Construction|
Street & Transportation Improvements
|East Rosedale Street||This is Phase 2 of this project. East Rosedale from Miller Avenue to Stalcup Road will be reconstructed as a four-lane divided arterial street . Sidewalks, storm drains and streetlights are also included in the project.||Construction|
|Miller / Wilbarger Intersection Improvements||Intersection improvements that will improve traffic operations and pedestrian safety are being installed on Wilbarger Street from Miller Avenue to US 287.||Design|
|Parker-Henderson Road||The existing two-lane roadway from Mansfield Highway to Lifestyle Circle will be pulverized and and overlay applied. The roadway from Lifestyle Circle to David Strickland will be reconstructed and sidewalks installed on both sides of the street. Sidewalks will also be installed on the west side of the street from David Strickland to Kellis and on the east side of the street from David Strickland to Willow Springs. The existing bridge will also be replaced.||Design|
|Precinct Line Road from Concho Trail to Randol Mill Road||This segment of roadway will be repaved with asphalt surface and cement subgrade. No curb, gutter or sidewalk improvements will be made.||Planning|
|Quail Road & Willard Road Improvements||Street improvements will be made on the following street segments: Quail Road from the pavement change to the south cul-de-sac Willard Road from East Loop 820 to Quail Road||Construction On Hold|
|Randol Mill Road from Loop 820 to Precinct Line Road||Randol Mill Road from Loop 820 to Precinct Line Road will be reconstructed. Intersection capacity and safety improvements include widening of the roadway shoulders, adding a left-turn lane near Old Randol Mill Road and construction of a roundabout at Precinct Line Road.||Design|
|Trinity Boulevard||Phase 1 – From Loop 820 to Salado Trail This section of roadway will be reconstructed to a 4-lane, divided concrete arterial. This developer-led project includes a landscaped median, multi-use trails on each side of the roadway, drainage system improvements, and new water and sanitary sewer lines. A roundabout will be constructed at the entrance to Trinity Lakes Development, and a traffic signal will be reconstructed at the Salado Trail intersection. After project completion, Trinity Boulevard will no longer be in a floodplain. Phase 2 – From Salado Trail to Thames Trail A 4-lane, divided concrete arterial is planned for this section of Trinity Boulevard. A landscaped median, multi-use trails on each side of the road, drainage improvements and water and sanitary sewer lines will be constructed. This project is funded from the Tarrant County 2006 Bond Program and Federal Highway Administration.||Design|
|UPRR Quite Zone Improvements along East Rosedale Corridor||Railroad crossing improvements along the UPRR rail line and East Rosedale Corridor will be made. Locations include: UPRR Crossing at South Ayers UPRR at Miller Avenue UPRR at South Hughes Avenue UPRR Crossing at South Tierney Road UPRR Crossing at Winnie Street UPRR Crossing at South Handley Drive||Design|
Water System Improvements
|Central Meadowbrook Wastewater Improvements||Deteriorated wastewater lines located in the Meadowbrook and Handley areas will be replaced. Affected streets include Tierney Road, Weiler Boulevard and Cravens Road.||Design|
|Crooked Lane Water & Wastewater Improvements||Existing water and wastewater lines will be replaced on Crooked Lane from Morrison Drive to the dead-end of Crooked Lane.||Construction|
|Fairhaven & Central Meadowbrook Area Water and Wastewater Improvements||Deteriorated wastewater mains on the southeast side of Downtown Fort Worth will be replaced. These mains are at various locations bound on the west by Miller Avenue, on the south by Wilbarger Street, on the north by I-30, and on the east by Loop 820.||Design On Hold|
|Handley Area Water & Wastewater Improvements||Contractors are repairing wastewater lines on two segments of West Pioneer Parkway (Spur 303) in Fort Worth as part of the city’s Handley Area Water and Wastewater Improvement project. The project is expected to be complete by July 2018. A water line under Handley Drive, from East Rosedale Street to Craig Street, is being replaced. Wastewater line work is also being done on Quail Road and Dowdell Road within Eugene McCray Park. The park is located on the west side of Lake Arlington.||Construction|
|Lake Shore Streets Water & Sewer Improvements||Deteriorated water and sewer mains will be replaced on segments of Grayson Street, Elgin Street, Handley Drive and Casa Loma Terrace. Portions of water mains on Avenue K, Avenue L, Avenue M, Avenue N and Millet Avenue - where they each cross Campbell Street - will also be replaced to accommodate the proposed pavement rehabilitation on a segment of Campbell Street.||Design|
|Southeast Fort Worth Water & Sewer Improvements||Water and/or sewer lines are being replaced on the following streets: Donalee Street from East Berry Street to Reed Street Dorman Street from East Seminary Drive to Mansfield Highway Dowdell Street from Grayson Street to Baylor Street Hardeman Street from Erath Street to Martin Luther King Jr Freeway Nolan Street from East Seminary Drive to Mansfield Highway Shackleford Street from Martin Street to Moberly Street South Edgewood Terrace from Eastland Street to Wilbarger Street Vinetta Drive from Moberly Street to Pecos Street 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|
|Stop Six / Rosedale Area Sewer Improvements||Sewer lines will be rehabilitated on the following streets: Burke Road from Quails Lane to 120 feet south Anglin Drive from Eastland Street to Virgil Street East Berry Street from Candace Drive to Carey Street Hilldale Road from Garden Lane to 350 feet north Rosedale Street/Tension Drive from Stalcup Road to the UPRR right of way Village Creek Road from 100 feet north of Pinson Street/Village Creek Road intersection to 900 feet north Tierney Road from 250 feet north of Meadowbrook/Tierney Road intersection to 650 feet north Clotell Court from East Berry Street to the dead end Alley between MacArthur Drive and Wainwright Drive from 100 feet east of Stalcup Road to Carverly Drive Alley between Wainwright Drive and Eisenhower Drive from 100 feet east of Stalcup Road to Carverly Drive Alley between Hughes Avenue and Tahoe Drive from Hardeman Street to 400 feet south Alley between Tahoe Drive and Carmel Drive from Hardeman Street to 400 feet south Alley between Carmel Drive and Burke Road from Hardeman Street to 400 feet south Alley between Burke Road and Wilhelm Street from 400 feet south of Hardeman Street to 700 feet||Design|
|Village Creek Clarifier Replacement and Grit Removal||Grit removal process will be performed at the Village Creek facility.||Planning|
|Village Creek Drainage Basin Sewer Rehabilitation||Sewer improvements will be made at various locations from Lancaster Avenue to Mansfield Highway.||Construction|
|Village Creek Reclamation Facility Biosolids Storage Tanks||Two bio-solid ground storage tanks will be installed at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility.||Design|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Biosolids Project||This project will evaluate the existing facility and design additional dewatering process improvements at the Biosolids Dewatering Facility.||On Hold|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility - Chemical Storage Improvements||Safety improvements will be made for storing chemicals.||Design|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility - Peak Flow Management||Infrastructure that manages influent peak wastewater flows during wet weather events will be installed at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility.||Construction|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility - Thickener Process Improvements||Existing dissolved air floatation sludge thickeners will be replaced, and modification or rehabilitation of the existing sludge thickener clarifiers will be made.||Design|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility Energy Improvements||This phase of the project will modify the methane gas system and make electrical improvements to allow the second turbine generator to operate full-time and allow the plant to export power during normal flow operations.||Design On Hold|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility Odor Control Improvements||Phase 1 of this project will reconstruct the deteriorated wastewater structure at the Walker Branch connection to West Fork Interceptors to improve odor control in the collection system and Village Creek Reclamation Facility. Phase 2 will rehabilitate a deteriorated wastewater line in Gateway Park.||Design|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility Switchgear Replacements||Aging and obsolete switchgears at the Village Creek Reclamation Facility will be removed, modified and/or replaced.||Design|
|Village Creek Water Reclamation Service Waterline Improvements||This project is for the Service Waterline improvements at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility (VCWRF). This service line will provide water to the engine room at VCWRF, to augment the cooling water needs during high demand periods.||Construction|
|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|
- Check out the progress in Stop Six
- Rosedale Street reduced to one lane
- Safe Routes to School initiative receives $3.2 million to increase safety for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers
- Artwork being installed on traffic signal control cabinets along East Lancaster
- Traffic-calming devices to be installed at River Trails Elementary School
Fall Festival: 5 p.m. Nov. 3, 2017; Eugene McCray Community Center, 4932 Wilbarger St.
Kickback Dance: 7 p.m. Nov. 24, 2017; Eugene Mccray Community Center, 4932 Wilbarger St.
Turkey Bingo: 6 p.m. Nov. 28, 2017; Eugene McCray Community Center, 4932 Wilbarger St.
Boo Bash: 6 p.m. Oct. 31, 2017; Handley Meadowbrook Community Center, 6201 Beaty St.
Veteran Celebration Dinner: 6 p.m. Sept. 16, 2017; Mlk Jr. Community Center, 5565 Truman Drive.
National Night Out: 6 p.m. Oct. 3, 2017; Mlk Jr. Community Center, 5565 Truman Drive.
Fall Festival: 6 p.m. Oct. 26, 2017; MLK Jr. Community Center, 5565 Truman Drive.
Thanksgiving Luncheon: noon Nov. 16, 2017; MLK Jr. Community Center, 5565 Truman Drive.
Visit the bond website to learn more about projects selected as part of the 2014 bond program.