District 6 Capital Projects
Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements
|Candleridge Park Drainage & Erosion Controls||Drainage and erosion control improvements will be constructed.||Design|
|Deer Creek Park Development||A park master plan will be developed. After this is completed, design and construction of the park amenities will follow. Amenities may include, but are not limited to, playgrounds, trails, shelters and security lighting.||Construction|
Street & Transportation Improvements
|Brewer Boulevard||A new four-lane, divided arterial will be constructed.||Not Started|
|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.||Construction|
|Garden Acres Bridge Over I-35W||The existing Garden Acres Bridge over I-35W will be constructed as a six-lane divided arterial bridge.||Construction|
|Hulen & Granbury Intersection Improvements||Intersection improvements at Hulen Street and Granbury Road include construction of a right-turn lane to southbound Grandbury Road and northbound Hulen Street as well as extending the existing left-turn lanes on Granbury Road in order to provide increased capacity at the intersection. In addition, the existing median on Hulen Street will be extended to the railroad crossing.||Design|
|McCart Avenue / McPherson Avenue||McCart Avenue from Risinger Road to McPherson Boulevard will be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial, and McCart Avenue from McPherson Boulevard to Twin Leaf Drive will be constructed as a two-lane, undivided roadway. McPherson Boulevard from West Cleburne Road to McCart Avenue will also be constructed as a four-lane, divided arterial. Roundabouts will be constructed at the intersections of McCart Avenue and McPherson Avenue and McCart Avenue and North Crowley-Cleburne Road.||Design|
|Risinger Road from FM 731 (Crowley Road) to IH 35W||This project is design only. The Risinger Road from FM 731 (Crowley Road) to IH 35W will be designed as a four-lane, divided arterial with sidewalks on both sides of the street and include new traffic signals.||Design|
|West Risinger Road||Risinger Road from Crowley Road (FM 731) to McCart Avenue will become a new four-lane arterial. A four-lane divided roadway will be constructed from 800 feet east of McCart Avenue to Crowley Road (FM 731). This construction will include a quiet-zone ready railroad crossing, streetlights and a 10-foot, shared-use path.||Design|
Water System Improvements
|Village Creek Parallel Relief Wastewater Line: Part 1||A 48-inch parallel relief main along Deer Creek, from Village Creek to Oak Grove Road South, north of Beeley Lane, will be installed. This new wastewater line will provide additional capacity to address current service demands and future growth in southeast Fort Worth and Crowley. The project will be constructed in two parts. This is Part 1. This project has been accelerated due to the development of the new Tarleton State University campus.||Construction|
Fall Festival at Chisholm Trail: 6 p.m. Oct. 25, 2018; Chisholm Trail Community Center, 4936 McPherson Blvd.
Family Fun Night at Chisholm Trail: 6 p.m. Nov. 9, 2018; Chisholm Trail Community Center, 4936 Mcpherson Blvd.
Fall Festival at Southwest: 5 p.m. Nov. 3, 2018; Southwest Community Center, 6300 Welch Ave.
Rummage Sale at Southwest: 8 a.m. Nov. 29, 2018; Southwest Community Center, 6300 Welch Ave.