District 7 Capital Projects
Animal Care & Control Improvements
|Animal Care & Control Facility||A second animal care and control facility that will be located in north Fort Worth will be designed. This facility is expected to house approximately 100 animals||Not Started|
Library System Improvements
|Far North Library||A new library in far north Fort Worth will be designed, constructed furnished, and equipped. The library would also house a Municipal Court kiosk equipped with a computer station for video conferencing, fine and fee payment, and other court services, as well as seating for kiosk users. The proposed facility will primarily serve the northern most Council Districts in the City.||Bid and Award|
Municipal Service Facility Improvements
|North Service Center||The City will construct a new service center in north Fort Worth to house Transportation & Public Works field operations crews and Property Management Fleet Services maintenance staff so staff is in closer proximity to outlying population growth areas in order to increase operational efficiencies, reduce travel times and reduce fuel costs. Construction will be in two phases. Phase one is scheduled for completion late fall 2016, and phase two is estimated to be completed by May 2017.||Construction|
Parks, Recreation & Community Center Improvements
|Alliance Community Park Master Plan||A master plan will be developed for the park. Amenities will include athletic fields, playgrounds, walking trails, shelters, benches, picnic tables and other amenities that are identified by the community through the public meeting process.||Design|
|Arrow S Park Playground Replacement||The existing playgrounds will be replaced.||Bid and Award|
|Camp Joy Park Playground Replacement||The existing playgrounds will be replaced.||Bid and Award|
|Eastgate Park||A master plan will be developed for Eastgate Park. Amenities may include a playground, trails, shelter, benches, picnic tables and drinking fountain. The park will be accessible to the neighborhood and may include other amenities identified by the community.||Design|
|J.T. Hinkle Park Development||A park development plan will be created and amenities constructed.||Construction|
|Lake Worth Trails||Phase 1 of this project includes construction of an/off street hike and bike trail system. This trail system will start at Trinity Trails network near Anahauc Street and continue through the YMCA Camp Carter, Marion Sansom Park and along Lake Worth through Windswept Circle Park, Plover Circle Park and end at Arrow "S" Park.||Design|
|Lost Spurs Park||A park master plan will be developed and amenities constructed that include a shelter and multi-use court.||Construction|
|Marion Sansom Park Road & Parking Lot Replacement||The existing park roadway and parking lot will be replaced, reconstructed and/or expanded.||Planning|
|Monticello Park Playground Replacement||The existing playground will be replaced.||Design|
|Nature Center Levee||The improvements to the existing levee will enhance the condition of the embankment, provide pedestrian and light duty access to Todd Island, which is a 1,000+ area of Nature Center land, and maintain the wetland habitat upstream. In addition to the $350,000 2014 bond funds allocated for this project, a donation of $50,000 from Friends of the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge and a $25,000 grant from Wells Fargo / Fish & Wildlife will be used to fund this project.||Construction|
|Northwest Community Park Phase 2||A competition level ball field athletic complex at Northwest Community Park will be developed and include supporting infrastructure.||Bid and Award|
|Thomas Place Park / Community Center Road & Parking Lot Replacement||The existing roadway and parking lot will be replaced, reconstructed and/or expanded.||Planning|
Street & Transportation Improvements
|Blue Mound Road||Construction of Blue Mound Road from Willow Springs Road to US Highway 81/287 will include new travel lanes, intersection improvements, drainage improvements, sidewalks, street lights, bicycle lanes and/or rehabilitation of existing travel lanes, as appropriate. The roadway will become a four-lane, divided arterial street.||Design|
|Bonds Ranch Road & Hwy 287 Improvements||Phase one safety measures include design and construction of a single-lane roundabout at both HWY 287 frontage road intersections. Design and construction will proceed at the same time with design only slightly ahead of construction. TxDOT is supplying materials and city crews will build the project. This will expedite project completion of phase one. Phase two of the project will focus on capacity improvements on Bonds Ranch Road. A four-lane roadway from the railroad tracks just west of HWY 287 to FM 156 (Blue Mound Road) is being designed. Intersection improvements that expand the roundabouts at HWY 287 and at the intersection of Shire Meadow and FM 156 will also be included in this phase of the project.||Construction|
|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|
|Heritage Trace Parkway Roundabout at Harmon Road & Tehama Ridge||This project is located at the intersection of Heritage Trace Parkway and Tehama Ridge Parkway. Intersection improvements will be constructed that include a roundabout with lighting, pedestrian ramps and sidewalks.||Construction|
|Montgomery Street||This 2014 bond-funded project is located on Montgomery Street from I-30 to Camp Bowie Boulevard. The existing arterial is scheduled to be reconstructed in coordination with the multipurpose arena and parking garage project. Design elements currently being considered include roadway layout, shared-use path, bike lanes, landscaping, water main lines and other parkway improvements.||Design|
|Park Vista Boulevard Improvements||Park Vista Boulevard from Ray White Road to Keller-Hicks Road will be constructed as a two- to four-lane divided arterial. Water utility lines, storm drain system, a bridge, roundabouts and street lights are included in the construction project. New roundabouts will be located at the intersections of Park Vista Boulevard and Ray White Road, Park Vista Boulevard and Keller Hicks Road, Golden Triangle Boulevard and Park Vista Boulevard, and farther east on Golden Triangle Boulevard.||Construction|
|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|
|Timberland & Park Vista Boulevards||This project will be constructed in three phases. Phase 1: Park Vista Boulevard from West Caylor Road to Timberland Boulevard and Timberland Boulevard from North Caylor Road to Park Vista Boulevard will be constructed as a new four-lane, divided arterial. Phase 2: Timberland Boulevard from Excelsior Lane to North Caylor Road will be constructed as a five-lane, undivided arterial. Phase 3: This phase will build Timberland Boulevard from Park Vista Boulevard to US 377 as a new four-lane, divided arterial.||Construction|
|Westport Parkway||Intersection Improvements on Westport Parkway will include a roundabout at the intersection of Westport Parkway and Alta Vista Road as well as a roadway improvements to connect Westport Parkway to Keller Haslet Road.||Design|
Water System Improvements
|Arlington Heights Area Water & Wastewater Replacements||Water and/or wastewater lines are being replaced on the following streets: Calmont Avenue from Eldridge Street to Merrick Street Carleton Avenue from El Campo Avenue to Bryce Avenue Dexter Avenue from Sanguinet Street to Eldridge Street Lafayette Avenue from Owasso Street to Clover Lane Melbourne Drive from the City Limits to Roberts Cut-Off Road 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|
|Casino Beach & Love Circle Water & Wastewater Improvements||Water and wastewater lines will be extended in order to provide service to the Lake Worth area currently not served by the City of Fort Worth. Water lines will be constructed along Watercress Drive from Silver Creek Road to Surfside Drive and across Lake Worth from the south side of the Lake Worth Marina Park to Casino Beach Park. A wastewater lift station is being installed in Casino Beach Park. A wastewater main will be installed starting from the existing Meadow Lakes lift station, under Lake Worth, and to Love Circle and Jacksboro Highway. Future phases of the project will involve installation of a water line around Love Circle, under Jacksboro Highway, to Surfside Drive, Watercress Drive, and along Watercress Drive from Surfside Drive to Jacksboro Highway. A wastewater main line will also be included in the construction.||Construction|
|Caylor Ground Storage Tank||The five million gallon water storage tank is being sandblasted and painted with a new long-life coating system. Streets that may be affected by noise and debris from the project include the following: North Caylor Road - From Timberland Boulevard to Bickmore Lane Landisburg Trail - From Excelsior Lane to Bickmore Lane Bickmore Lane - From North Caylor Road to Excelsior Lane Bedington Lane - From Bickmore Lane to Danville Drive||Construction|
|Como Area Wastewater Improvements||Deteriorated wastewater lines located in alleys in the Arlington Heights and Como neighborhoods will be replaced.||Bid and Award|
|Marine Creek Wastewater Line Improvements||Marine Creek interceptor lines that are located along Huffines Road, Cromwell Marine Creek Road, and Boat Club Road will be rehabilitated.||Design|
|North Fort Worth Water Supply Main Phase 1||A new 48-inch water supply main will be installed that will carry water to and from the Caylor Ground Storage Tanks. This phase of the project includes construction of a water line from Alta Vista Road and Timberland Boulevard to Keller Hicks Road and Old Denton Road, and the extension of the water line from Keller Hicks Road and Old Denton Road to Harmon Road and Heritage Trace Parkway.||Construction|
|Northside IV Water Main Phase I||The 24-inch water line along Bowman Roberts Road will be replaced.||Design|
|State Highway 114 Water Line Relocation||A water transmission line located along State Highway 114 is being relocated as part of the Texas Department of Transportation highway widening project.||Construction|
|State Highway 170 Water Transmission Line||A 30-inch water transmission line will be installed along State Highway 170.||Design|
- Construction starting soon on athletic complex at Northwest Community Park
- Long-term closure of Park Drive at FM 1220-Boat Club Road begins March 17
- Ray White Road, Wyndrook Street intersection closed until September 2017
Rolling & Walking Town Hall: 6 p.m. May 31, 2017; To Be Determined.
Walking Town Hall: 10 a.m. July 22, 2017; To Be Determined.
Rolling & Walking Town Hall: 6 p.m. Sept. 6, 2017; To Be Determined.
Montgomery Street Project Meeting: 6 p.m. June 12, 2017; UNT Health Science Center Medical Education & Training Building, Room 125S, 1000 Montgomery Street.
Silver Creek Improvements - Phase 2 Project Meeting: 6 p.m. June 22, 2017; FWPD Mounted Patrol Equestrian Facility, 1901 North Las Vegas Trail.
Golden Triangle Branch Library Groundbreaking: 10 a.m. June 19, 2017; Future Site Of The Golden Triangle Branch Library, 4264 Golden Triangle Blvd.
Visit the bond website to learn more about projects selected as part of the 2014 bond program.