Learn More About Residential Rebuild Project in Central Arlington at April 18 Meeting
By Office of Communication
Posted on April 02, 2019, April 02, 2019

Public Meeting Notice

The Public Works and Transportation Department will soon be starting two new construction projects aimed at improving roadways and aging public infrastructure in central Arlington. Phase 2 of the 2017 Residential Rebuild project and the 2019 Community Development and Block Grant (CDBG) Residential Street and Sidewalks projects will bring much needed improvements for residents on the targeted streets.

Work to be completed under Phase 2 of the 2017 Residential Rebuild project will continue the rebuilding efforts began last spring. Phase I of the project began last May made improvements to sections of Inwood, Southmoor, and Rayborn Drives, is expected to be completed by early May. Phase 2 will consist of water, sanitary sewer, and stormwater improvements, replacing the asphalt road with a concrete roadway designed to last 50 years, and street light and sidewalk improvements on sections of the following streets:

  • East Third Street (South Center Street to Mary Street) 
  • Hosack Street (South Center Street to Mary Street)
  • Ray Street (South Center Street to Mary Street)
  • Rose Street (South Mesquite Street to Mary Street)
  • Mary Street (East Mitchell Street to Ray Street)

The 2019 CDBG Residential Street Rebuild and Sidewalk project will rebuild East Second Street from South Cooper Street to Mary Street and Kelly Terrace from South Collins Street to East Park Row Drive. In addition to roadway, water, sewer, stormwater, and street light improvements, this project includes the installation of new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant pedestrian ramps. Construction of this project is expected begin in April 2019 and be completed by the end of the year.

Click here to view the 2017 Residential Rebuilds Phase 2 and 2019 CDBG Residential Street Rebuilds Location Map.pdf

Residents who are interested in learning more about Phase I are encouraged to attend a Construction Briefing Meeting set from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 18 at the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library, (re)Brary Rooms A & B, 100 South Center Street.

Funding for these projects was approved by Arlington voters as part of the 2014 Bond Election and aligns with the City Council’s priority to Enhance Regional Mobility. Additional funding is made possible by a Community Development and Block Grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Use our Street Tracker site to learn more about active Public Works and Water Utilities construction projects.


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