Town Ridge, Pecan Bend, Woodlawn, Skyline Neighborhoods
August 30, 2021: Repairs are progressing in the South Parkway Boulevard area. The contractor has completed all of the concrete work and is focused on completing clean-up and re-sodding on Woodlawn Parkway, Shadwell Lane, Bluefield Road, Potomac Avenue, Falls Church Lane, Portsmouth Drive and Yorktown Road. Major concrete work on Warm Springs Road, Timberview Drive, Meadowbrook Drive, Kenneth Hopper Drive and Catskill Drive is complete. Hermitage Drive street replacement from Mount Vernon Drive to Skyline Drive is complete. Spot repairs on the remainder of Hermitage Drive from Mount Vernon Drive to South Parkway is complete. Sybil Drive from Skyline Drive to Mount Vernon Drive is underway as well as Bridger Drive, Laramie Drive, Mount Vernon Drive, Meadowcrest Drive and Springbrook Drive all of which just began work on August 2nd and should be complete in about two months.
April 2, 2021: The contractor has a little bit more concrete work on Woodlawn Parkway, Shadwell Lane, Bluefield Road, Potomac Avenue, Falls Church Lane, Portsmouth Drive and Yorktown Road. Hermitage from Mount Vernon to Skyline Drive is getting replaced. Spot repairs on the remainder of Hermitage from Mount Vernon to South Parkway will continue once school is out. The contractor has a second crew working on Timberview Drive, Meadowbrook Drive, Kenneth Hopper Drive and Catskill Drive.
March 10, 2021: The contractor is currently focusing on completing concrete repairs on Woodlawn, Parkway, Shadwell Lane, Bluefield Road, Potomac Avenue, Falls Church Lane, Portsmouth Drive and Yorktown Road. They have started, and are almost complete with a waterline replacement on Warm Springs Drive. This past month the contractor moved into Timberview Drive, Meadowbrook Drive, Kenneth Hopper Drive and Catskill Drive.
February 12, 2021: The contractor is currently focusing on concrete repairs on Woodlawn Parkway, Shadwell Lane, Bluefield Road, Potomac Avenue, Falls Church Lane, Portsmouth Drive and Yorktown Road. The contractor is set to move into the Allegheny Drive, Appalachia Drive, Laramie Drive and Bridger Drive within the month of February.
December 2, 2020: The contractor is almost complete on Choctaw, Wichita, Hastings, Mahan Circle and Colby Circle. The next area of focus will be Woodlawn, Shadwell, Bluefield, Potomac, Falls Church, Portsmouth and Yorktown.
September 15, 2020: The contractor is continuing work on Choctaw, Wichita and Hastings
August 12, 2020: The contractor has started working on Choctaw Drive. They are making very good progress and this street will soo get a vast improvement to their pavement. In this first phase of the work the contractor will focus on Choctaw, Mahon Cir, Colby Cir, Wichita and Hastings.
July 28, 2020: The contractor is getting ready! Work will start on Choctaw Drive and then will continue to move through the entire project area. The removal limits are starting to be marked in white paint. Demolition is scheduled to start next week (8/3/2020).
June 15, 2020: City Council approved award of contract. Staff has begun working to finalize paperwork before construction can begin.
June 12, 2020: The award of the construction contract is on the agenda for the regular City Council meeting scheduled for June 15, 2020. If council approves award of contract, construction is expected to begin in mid July.
This page is dedicated to street repairs in the Town Ridge, Pecan Bend, Woodlawn and Skyline neighborhoods. Repairs in this neighborhood are funded through the Real. Texas. Roads. program and covers repairs on the following streets:
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Streets Inspector Kenneth Towle will be your project inspector and your primary City contact for the duration of the project. This inspector will be in your area daily, and can be reached at 972-216-6282 (office) or 214-232-1253 (cell) or by email at email@example.com.
Expected Construction Process - Localized Full Depth Concrete Repair:
City staff will determine what areas of the street and sidewalk are in moderate to severe condition and the concrete at those locations will be removed and new reinforced concrete will be poured at those locations. This will not replace entire streets, but will rather replace only the moderate to severe locations of pavement failure. The concrete identified for replacement will vary in size and length. After the concrete is removed and replaced, the contractor will grade, place sod and clean up the area disturbed by the construction.
Real. Texas. Roads. is the program name for the road repairs funded by the $125 million bond sale approved by voters in November 2015. Repairs under this program are limited to residential, 2-lane roadways. Click here to see information on the entire program of road repairs.