Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan
|Project ID||Project Title||Project Start Year||Project Description||Project Spend Total||Page Ref||Project Satus|
|599193||Harkey Road Drainage (Josephine to Mary’s Creek)||2024||"Running 4,350 feet from Josephine to Mary’s Creek this project will improve drainage along this heavily developed segment and coordinate these improvements with the possible future expansion of Harkey Road (Broadway to Bailey). The existing system consists of uneven flowline roadside ditches, undersized culverted cross streets and driveways dis-continuous segments of underground drainage all conveying runoff to Mary’s Creek. The project will consist of drainage ditch improvements, right sizing culverts for the developed flows and replacing segments of undersized underground storm, identification of potential detention site within the water shed, full depth base repairs to failed roadway areas and an asphalt overlay to repair damages from the drainage work."||15700000||30||Not Started|
|599194||Pine Hollow Drainage Improvements||2024||"Pine Hollow Subdivision is in the eastern side of the City, south of FM 518. The drainage project includes the improvement of the drainage system from Pine Tree Dr. to Mary’s Creek Bypass Channel to include the installation of box culverts, storm pipe and an additional outfall. The project was identified in Staff's hurricane Harvey after action."||2020000||31||Not Started|
|599197||Regional Detention Land Acquisition||2024||"The project would include the identification and purchase of property and drainage easements to begin the process of flood mitigation for property and structure flooding throughout the drainage basins in the City."||750000||34||Not Started|
|599199||Southwest Quadrant of Old Town (McLean to SH35 south of Broadway)||2025||"The project area, located in the Old Town area, is bound between Broadway Street, Walnut, McLean and the Railroad tracks. Drainage improvements for the subdivision will require removal/replacement of driveways, driveway culverts, upgrades to the underground system and regrading of the roadside ditches to return grades to the original design capacities. The project will also include asphalt repairs to those areas affected by the project. The drainage system be updated to meet the current drainage standards"||4900000||36||Not Started|
|599203||E. Plum Drainage (Old Alvin to Schlieder Dr)||2026||"The project will consist removal of existing storm sewer system along north side of E Plum Street and replace with storm sewer system to carry 3-year storm runoff. Also, the project will include replacement of driveways to install storm sewer as well as ditch regrading on the south side of the E Plum street."||350000||40||Not Started|
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- A timetable for the construction or completion of the project
- Justification for the project
- Explanation of expenses for the project
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