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Mesquite, TX – May 8, 2020 – Street repairs are underway in the Indian Trails neighborhood as part of the Real. Texas. Roads program. The program is an initiative to repair residential roads using the $125 million bond sale approved by voters in November 2015. For the Indian Trails neighborhood, the City of Mesquite is focusing on full-depth concrete repair. Which means, City staff is only replacing panels of sidewalk, street pavement and driveways that are in moderate or severe condition. Watch the Indian Trails Road Warrior report below to learn more.
Repairs will be made on the following streets:
As of May 1, the contractor began replacing concrete panels on Chippewa Trail. They are closing the street where possible which will allow them to work faster. The contractor has finished most of the street work on the northbound lane of Quapaw Trail and they will soon finish the southbound lane.
To stay up to date on the construction in the Indian Trails neighborhood visit www.cityofmesquite.com/RealTexasRoads/IndianTrails. Streets Inspector Jesse Ortiz is the project inspector and primary City contact for the duration of the project. For questions contact him at 972-216-6282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.