Project Status Report

Type: Citywide Improvements
Project: Neighborhood Vitality Program
Phase I - Parks of Roanoke/Marshall Creek Subdivisions
This program will create an improved image for older neighborhoods that is consistent with new residential development. The program includes screening walls at highly visible locations. This project should begin in summer 2014. The Parks of Roanoke section is now complete as of May 2014. This project was funded with certificates of obligation.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: MC Creek subdivision improvements

Phase II - Cedar, Sycamore, & Lakeview
This project consists of roadway improvements upgrading from a 2-lane gravel/dirt road to a 2-lane asphalt road with drainage ditch improvements. Existing driveway culverts will be replaced along each roadway. The City Council approved a professional services agreement with Freese and Nichols in October 2011, and the design was completed. Construction began in November 2012 and the project in now complete.

Phase III - Palm, Willow, Hackberry
This project consists of roadway improvements upgrading from a 2-lane gravel/dirt road to a 2-lane asphalt road with drainage ditch improvements. Existing driveway culverts will be replaced along each roadway. The City Council approved funding for the design of this project in the FY2013 budget. Design is complete and construction started May 5, 2014.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Litsey Road Historic Bridge Relocation

In October 2008, the City Council approved a professional services agreement with Halff and Associates. This project will relocate, restore, and re-install the historic Iron Bridge currently on Litsey Road. Denton County experienced some delays in their project on Litsey Road, so the bridge was moved in February 2011 to the Public Works facility. After restoration and site determination, Iron Bridge will be permanently placed in one of the city parks as a walking bridge.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Concrete Street Improvements

Phase I: Walnut Street
This project is the reconstruction of Walnut Street, from west of Lamar to Byron Nelson. The improvements include upgrading from a 2-lane asphalt roadway with open ditches to a 2-lane concrete roadway with:
  • A curb
  • A storm drain systems
  • Gutters
  • Sidewalks
The City Council approved a contract with McClendon Construction in May 2012. Construction began in June 2012 and the project is now complete.This project is funded with certificates of obligation and Denton County bond money.

Phase II: Main Street
This project is the reconstruction of Main Street, from Oak to Highway 170. The improvements include upgrading from a 2-lane asphalt roadway with open ditches to a 2-lane concrete roadway with:
  • A curb
  • A storm drain system
  • Gutters
  • Sidewalks
The City Council approved a professional services agreement with WadeTrim in April 2012. Design is 100% complete and bids will be opened June 21, 2013. Design for this project is funded by the General Fund. Construction will begin September 2013 with completion in September 2014.

Phase III: Pine Street
This project is the reconstruction of Pine Street, from Lamar to Byron Nelson. The improvements include upgrading from a 2-lane asphalt roadway with open ditches to a 2-lane concrete roadway with curb, gutter, storm drain system, and sidewalks. The City Council approved funding for the design of this project in the FY2013 budget. Design is 80% complete.

Oak Street Extension
Construct Oak Street from Crockett Street to Parish Lane and the section adjacent to the proposed City Hall. This project consist of roadway construction for both sides of the proposed City Hall complex and will be a 2-lane concrete roadway with:
  • A curb
  • A storm drain system
  • Gutters
  • New utilities
  • Parallel street parking
These improvements match the existing Oak Street design standards. City Council approved the PSA on December 10, 2013, and construction is expected to start by October 2014. The project design is 50% complete.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Overlays

Phase II: Turner
This project consists of pavement, drainage, and utility improvements for Turner Street, from Dallas Street to Main Street. The City Council approved a professional services agreement with Freese and Nichols in October 2011. Funding for the project is primarily certificates of obligation and also the General fund. Construction began in September 2012 and the project is now complete.

Phase III: Reed

This project consists of pavement, drainage, and utility improvements for Reed Street. The City Council approved funding for the design and construction of this project in the Fiscal Year 2013 budget. This project was funded with certificates of obligation. Construction begin April 2013 and the project is now complete.

Phase IV: North Oak, North Walnut, East Lois Streets
This project consist of reconstruction of East Lois, North Walnut and North Oak. These roadway improvements include subgrade repairs and asphalt overlay to extend the life of the existing roadways before they deteriorate beyond repair. Currently performing cores of subgrade to verify if these streets can have a full-depth reclamation by pulverizing, cement treated and asphalt overlay. PSA will be submitted to Council once all the lab results have been completed.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Marshall Creek Road Bridge, Connecting to Briarwyck Subdivision

In January 2012, the City Council approved a construction contract with Sinacola to construct the bridge from Highway 377 to Blythe Bridge Drive in the Briarwyck Subdivision. Primary funding for the bridge is from PID assessments, as well as a contribution from Meritage Home Corporation. Construction began in February 2012, was scheduled for completion by April 2013, and completed early, in February, 2013.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Wayfinding - Oak Street District

This project consists of wayfinding signage for the Oak Street district. It includes:
  • Entry kiosks
  • Facility signage
  • Parking
  • Texas Department of Transportation
The design was funded in the Fiscal Year 2012 operational budget and is complete. Implementation should begin September 2013. This project was funded by the General Fund.

Type: Streets/Traffic/Drainage
Project: Walnut Parking Lot Expansion

This project will provide 55 additional parking spaces in front of the Roanoke Community pool and will be used for overflow parking for the Community Center and Library. The design was completed and construction began in December 2012. This project is now complete. This project was a change order to the Library/CC project and was funded primarily by certificates of obligation.

Type: Water & Sewer
Project: Waterline Replacement

This is an ongoing project. The city issued certificates of obligation to fund the project.