Residents Invited to Learn About Upcoming Residential Street Rebuild Project at April 16, 2024, Public Meeting
By Amberley Shelly, Public Works Department
Posted on April 11, 2024, April 11, 2024

Public Meeting Notice

The Public Works Department is pleased to announce that 2022 Residential Rebuild Phase II construction project is scheduled to begin in April 2024. This project will consist of rebuilding Crooked Creek Lane (Ballpark Way to Creek Wood Drive) including Creek Wood Drive (Crooked Creek to Dead End), Lynnwood Drive (Forest Edge Drive to Cambridge Drive), and Skylark Drive (Mitchell Street to Browning Drive) starting the week of April 29, 2024.

Click here to view a map of the meeting and project location.

 This project is estimated to be completed by February 2025, includes the following improvements:

  •  Rebuilding the asphalt roadway to concrete roadway with sidewalk and ADA improvements
  •  Installing new streetlights
  •  Rebuilding driveway approaches
  •  Water and sanitary sewer renewals
  •  Drainage Improvements

 The Public Works Department will be holding an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, to provide information on the 2022 Residential Rebuild Phase II construction project.

 This meeting will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. in the [re]Brary Rooms A & B at the George W. Hawkes Downtown Library located at 100 S. Center St., Arlington, Texas, 76010. There will be a short presentation followed by a question-and-answer session.

 The purpose of this informational meeting is to provide information and answer your questions concerning construction. Please stop by to see a short presentation detailing the scope of the project and to ask any questions you may have about this project.

 This project was approved by Arlington voters in the 2018 Bond Election and aligns with the City Council’s priorities to Enhance Regional Mobility and Champion Great Neighborhoods.

 Please visit the department’s webpage for additional information about this and other Capital Improvement Projects managed by the Public Works Department.

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