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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.

Council District: District 7.

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Bellaire Drive South Wastewater Improvements

The wastewater main that is located under Bellaire Drive South from Arborlawn Drive to just east of Overton Woods Drive will be replaced.

Council District: District 3.

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Bellaire Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and wastewater lines will be replaced on Bellaire Drive South and Bellaire Drive West. Wastewater lines will also be replaced on Overton Park Drive East.

Council District: District 3.

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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.

Council District: District 4.

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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

Council District: District 4.

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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.

Council District: District 7.

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Caylor Ground Storage Tank

A second 5-million-gallon ground storage tank will be built on Caylor Road between Timberland Boulevard and Keller Haslet Road. This new tank will be just south of the existing tank, and it will serve north Fort Worth and other nearby communities that purchase drinking water from the City of Fort Worth. Drainage improvements will also be included at this site.

Council District: District 7.

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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.

Council District: District 5, District 8.

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Chisholm Trail Parkway Water & Wastewater Line Relocations

Water and wastewater lines will be relocated from the North Texas Tollway Authority’s right of way to Big Spruce Lane. Repaving of the roadway and erection of a sound barrier wall will also be done as part of the project.

Council District: District 6.

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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.

Council District: District 3.

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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.

Council District: District 3, District 9.

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Como Area Wastewater Improvements

Deteriorated wastewater lines located in alleys in the Arlington Heights and Como neighborhoods will be replaced.

Council District: District 3, District 7, District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 4.

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Diamond Hill Jarvis - Northside Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water lines will be replaced in the Diamond Hill Jarvis - Northside area.

After the water utility work is complete, an asphalt overlay will be performed until the street can be reconstructed or rehabilitated by the Transportation & Public Works Department.

Council District: District 2.

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Downtown Wastewater Improvements

Sanitary sewer lines in the central business district will be replaced.

Council District: District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 4, District 5.

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Edgecliff Village Wastewater Meter Station

A wastewater meter station will be constructed to provide improved readings of discharge by the town of Edgecliff Village.

Council District: District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 5, District 8.

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Far Northside Area Wastewater Improvements

Deteriorated wastewater mains are being replaced on the following streets:

Alley between 22nd/23rd streets from Lydon Avenue to Kearney Avenue

Alley between 24th/25th streets from Titus Street to Mc Candless Street

Alley between Azle Avenue/26th Street from Grayson Avenue to 1 1/2 blocks north

Alley between Azle Avenue/27th Street from Macie Avenue to Kearney Avenue

Alley between Azle Avenue/27th Street from West Long Avenue to Menefee Avenue

Capri Avenue from Flagstone Drive north to the dead end

Fielder Street from Hagan Avenue to Henry Avenue

Flagstone Drive from Capri Avenue to True Avenue

Jacksboro Highway from Ohio Garden Road to Belle Avenue

Mc Candless Street from Alley between 24th/25th streets to the Alley between 25th/26th streets

Menefee Avenue from NW 26th Street to the Alley between 26th/Azle Avenue

NW 21st Street from Hagan Avenue to Henry Avenue

Open Land from Capri Avenue to 23rd Street

Open Land from Jacksboro Highway to the Alley between Rosen/Hanna avenues

Standifer Street from Hagan Avenue to Henry Avenue

True Avenue from Flagstone Drive north to the dead end

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.

Council District: District 2.

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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.

Council District: District 5.

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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.

Council District: District 7.

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Miscellaneous Wastewater Line Rehabilitation

Deteriorated sanitary sewer lines in the Colonial Hills, Park Hill, Factory Place and Ridglea neighborhoods will be replaced.

Council District: District 3, District 9.

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Morningside Area Water & Wastewater Improvements

Construction equipment in a 14-plus block area that is mostly east of I-35W should be cleared out in the spring when the City of Fort Worth Water Department completes the Morningside Area Water & Wastewater Improvement project.

Water and/or wastewater lines are being replaced on Schieffer Avenue, East Mulkey Street, Colvin Avenue, East Devitt Street, East Cantey Street, and in an alley between Grove and Jones streets. The water and wastewater work is already complete on Schieffer, Colvin, East Devitt, and East Cantey.

Council District: District 8, District 9.

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Near Southside Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and wastewater mains in the medical district, and the area west of IH-35W, east of 9th Avenue, north of Allen Avenue and south of Vickery Boulevard will be replaced.

Council District: District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 7.

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North Fort Worth Water Supply Main Phase 2

This is the continuation of the installation of a new water supply main to serve the increased demands from the City of Keller, City of Southlake, Trophy Club and north Fort Worth.

Council District: District 2.

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North Hampton Street Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and wastewater mains will be replaced on these streets:

North Hampton Street from Cold Springs Road to Pharr Street

Johnson Street from North Hampton Street to North Hays Street

North Hays Street from Johnson Street to Pharr Street

North Hampton Street from Pharr Street to East Peach Street

Only the water main will be replaced on North Hampton Street from East Peach Street to East Belknap Street

Council District: District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 2, District 4, District 8, District 9.

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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.

Council District: District 4.

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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.

Council District: District 3.

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Ridglea Hills & Westcliff West Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water lines will be replaced along Rowan Drive and Clayton Road. After the water utility work is completed, an asphalt overlay will be performed until the streets can be reconstructed or rehabilitated by the Transportation & Public Works Department.

Council District: District 3.

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Ridglea Hills / Mistletoe Heights Area Water & Wastewater Line Replacements

Water and/or wastewater lines will be replaced on the following street segments:

Clayton Road West from Floyd Drive to Rowan Drive

Woodstock Road from Rowan Drive to Clayton Road West

Angus Drive from Chickering Road to Clayton Road West

Grace Avenue from Marshall Street to Race Street

Harrison Avenue from Jerome Street east to the dead end

West Morphy Street from Jerome Street east to the dead end

True Avenue from NW 16th Street to the dead end of Flagstone Drive

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.

Council District: District 2, District 3, District 9.

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Rolling Hills Water Plant Switchgear Improvements

The existing switchgear located at the Rolling Hills Water Treatment Plant’s high service pump station will be replaced. The related electrical, lighting and HVAC improvements will also be made.

These improvements will reduce operating and maintenance costs, and improve safety and energy efficiency.

Council District: District 8.

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Rosemont Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and wastewater improvements in the Rosemont area will come to a close the first week in March 2017. The 22-block project includes West Mason Street, West Bewick Street, 8th Avenue, West Devitt Street, West Lowden Street, the alley between 8th Avenue and James Avenue, and the alley between 8th Avenue and Ryan Avenue.

Work is complete on all streets with the exception of 8th Avenue (West Berry Street to West Cantey Street), which is 70 percent complete.

Paving of the roads in the Rosemont Water & Wastewater Improvement Project will be done in a separate contract.

Council District: District 9.

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South Hills Water & Wastewater Improvements

Replacement of water and wastewater lines in the South Hills area of the City is almost complete. The project includes nine blocks on four streets – Harwen Terrace, Odessa Avenue, Merida Avenue and Wayside Avenue.

The $4.7 million dollar project is expected to be finished within the next few months.

The Transportation and Public Works Department will schedule rehabilitation or reconstruction of the affected roadways.

Council District: District 9.

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Southeast Fort Worth Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and/or wastewater 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.

Council District: District 5, District 8.

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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.

Council District: District 7.

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Sun Country Tank Rehabilitation

The tank located at 5820 Stewart Feltz Road will be repaired and repainted.

Council District: District 6.

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Sycamore Creek Wastewater Improvements

The large diameter wastewater lines located within Sycamore Golf Course will be rehabilitated.

Council District: District 8.

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Trinity River Vision Water & Wastewater Line Relocations

Water and wastewater lines will be relocated for the Trinity River Vision project’s new west channel and the North Main Street Bridge. Construction will take place on North Houston Street from NE 7th Street to NE 6th Street and on NE 6th Street from North Throckmorton Street to North Houston Street. Gateway park is in the final stages of paving.

Council District: District 2.

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Upper & Middle Village Creek Parallel Relief Main - Part 1

Approximately 11,300 linear feet of wastewater main will be installed and run parallel to an existing main to serve southeast Fort Worth and the wholesale customer cities of Burleson and Crowley. This is to meet current demands and future growth. The proposed main will begin north of Everman-Kennedale Road and east of Anglin Drive and will end south of Shelby Road, generally following the alignment of Village Creek.

Council District: District 8.

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Upper & Middle Village Creek Parallel Relief Main - Part 2

Approximately 28,000 linear feet of wastewater main will be installed to serve southeast Fort Worth and wholesale customers of Burleson and Crowley to meet demands and future growth. This main will begin south of Shelby Road and will end east of Southern Oaks and south of Burleson Retta Road.

Council District: District 8.

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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.

Council District: District 4.

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Upper Clear Fork Wastewater Improvements

The large diameter wastewater mains located within Trinity Park, along University Drive to I-30 and within the Union Pacific railroad, will be rehabilitated.

Council District: District 9.

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Urban Drive & Northeast Parkway Water & Wastewater Improvements

Water and wastewater utility lines will be replaced on the following streets:

Urban Drive from Northeast Parkway to Interstate 35W Frontage Road

Northeast Parkway from Rondo Drive to Great Southwest Parkway

After the utility work is completed, the streets will be reconstructed as part of the 2014 Bond Program.

Council District: District 2.

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Village Creek Reclamation Facility Biosolids Storage Tanks

Two bio-solid ground storage tanks will be installed at the Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility.

Council District: District 5.

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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.

Council District: District 5.

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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.

Council District: District 5.

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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.

Council District: District 5.

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Village Creek Water Reclamation Facility Switchgear Replacements

Aging and obsolete switchgears at the Village Creek Reclamation Facility will be removed, modified and/or replaced.

Council District: District 5.

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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

Council District: District 2, District 4, District 5, District 9.

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Westcliff & South Hills Water & Wastewater Improvements

Wastewater lines located on either side of Granbury Road, just south of the TCU campus, will be replaced.

Council District: District 3, District 9.

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