Street Projects

Updated 05/10/22 - updated information shown in red

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Colonial Drive Phase II (Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive)

Description: This project consists of the reconstruction of Colonial Drive, 2000 feet from Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive, and includes complete sidewalk and pedestrian ramp improvements.  Sections of existing failing sanitary sewer system will be replaced with this project (a separate wastewater project was created but combined into the design of the street reconstruction due to the timing of the design funding). 

A professional services agreement for design services, with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $153,639.50, was awarded December 16, 2019. A CIP amendment was approved for the November 16, 2020 council meeting for the storm water project addition to the project. Construction awarded April 5, 2021. Start date June 7, 2021. The Contractor has shown a lack of progress on the project, but those concerns seem to be improving. Paving work continues.

Project cost: $2,495,000

Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax, Wastewater Other, Stormwater Other

Anticipated completion: June 2022


Edgefield Trail Street Reconstruction (Wood Creek Dr to Timber Valley Drive)

Description: This project consists of the reconstruction of Edgefield Trail, 1500 feet from Wood Creek Drive to Timber Valley Drive and includes complete sidewalk and pedestrian ramp improvements.  

A professional services agreement for design services with Criado & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $92,748.00, was awarded December 16, 2019. Additional removal and replacement of storm main line was added to the project along Edgefield Trail.  Construction contract awarded June 21, 2021. Traffic switched to southbound side and subgrade work underway.

Project cost: $1,410,000

Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax

Anticipated completion: June 2022


FM 1171 Westbound Turn Lane at FM 1171/FM 2499 Intersection

Description: The project includes the installation of a FM 1171 westbound turn lane at the FM 1171/FM 2499 intersection. The project includes approximately 410 feet of paving, hike/bike trails, utility relocations and traffic signal upgrades. 

The design contract in the amount of $55,000 was awarded to Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. on October 3, 2016. Design is complete. Project turned over to TxDOT to construct. Design amendment was approved November 15th to provide changes to the plans to prepare the project for TxDOT bidding, which is a requirement for the construction cost funding received. Final plans expected in June.

Project cost: $998,000

Funding source(s): TIRZ, Grant/Interlocal


Traffic Signal Installation - FM 1171 (Cross Timbers Rd) at Canyon Falls Drive 

Description: This project includes the installation of a new traffic signal on FM 1171 at Canyon Falls Drive.  As part of this project, streetlights will be added to the signal poles to provide nighttime lighting of this intersection.

The design contract with Kimley Horn & Associates to provide professional engineering services for the design of three signal location projects was approved January 3rd.  Design is expected to take approximately 5 to 6 months.  

Project cost: $450,000

Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Grant/Interlocal

 

Traffic Signal Rehabilitation - FM 2499 (Long Prairie Rd) at Firewheel Dr

Description: The FM 2499 (Long Prairie) at Firewheel Dr traffic signal project is a partial rehabilitation of the existing traffic signal. This project will replace signal poles on FM 2499 that are not long enough to meet current standards.  This project will bring into compliance all four corners of this intersection with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for ADA ramps and pedestrian push button locations.

The design contract with Kimley Horn & Associates to provide professional engineering services for the design of three signal location projects was approved January 3rd.  Design is expected to take approximately 5 to 6 months.  

Project cost: $200,000

Funding source(s): Decision Package


FM 2499 and FM 3040 Intersection Improvements

Description: The project involves improvements to the intersection of FM 2499 and FM 3040. Improvements include reconfiguration to provide a dual left turn, three thru lanes, and a dedicated right turn lane for each direction. The east-bound portion of FM 3040 will continue to have a dual-right turn lane as currently exists. 

Professional services agreement for design services was approved March 1, 2021. Working towards 95% plans.  

Project cost: $ 2,210,000

Funding source(s): Other, Tax Debt


FM 2499 and Waketon Intersection Improvements

Description: The project includes the addition of westbound and eastbound right turn lanes, as well as, northbound and southbound turn lanes in the project scope. 

Design contract was awarded at the March 4, 2019 council meeting. CIP amendment approved on February 17, 2020 to increase project $300,000 for necessary road improvements adjacent to the intersection. Construction contract awarded August 17. The east leg of the intersection, the new westbound right turn lane and the eastbound right turn lane are all complete. West of FM 2499 is complete with the exception of striping and signage.  CoServ gas relocation on the southeast corner is underway but continues to cause a delay to the completion date. Retaining wall work is underway.

Project cost: $1,900,000

Funding source(s): TIRZ, Dedicated Sales Tax, Tax Debt

Anticipated completion: May 2022


Flower “Mound” Retaining Wall Project 

Description:  The project includes wall replacement, landscaping, sidewalk replacement, storm drainage and irrigation. 

Design contract was awarded at the February 7, 2022 council meeting. Construction to start this Fall.

Project cost: $350,000

Funding source(s): Decision Package (cash from General Fund)


Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040 Thru Lane

Description: The project consists of the construction of a southbound left turn lane on Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040. The project includes the installation of the turn lane and creating a lane shift further to the north. The end configuration of southbound Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040 will be a left turn lane, two thru lanes, and a right turn lane. Improvements to the crosswalk and pedestrian ramps along the north side of FM 3040 will be made and increased to eight feet to comply with the Town’s Parks and Trails Master Plan for future connection. This project was bid with the Peters Colony Roundabout project. 

Design contract was awarded at the February 18, 2019 council meeting. Notice to proceed for this portion of the construction contract was issued on January 10, 2022. Subgrade work underway.

Project cost: $610,000

Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)

Anticipated completion: May 2022


Traffic Signal Installation - Garden Ridge Blvd at Forest Vista Drive 

Description: This project includes the installation of a new traffic signal on Garden Ridge Blvd at Forest Vista Drive.  As part of this project, streetlights will be added to the signal poles to provide nighttime lighting of this intersection.

The design contract with Kimley Horn & Associates to provide professional engineering services for the design of three signal location projects was approved January 3rd.  Design is expected to take approximately 5 to 6 months.  

Project cost: $375,000

Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Grant/Interlocal


Lopo Road Reconstruction

Description: The project consists of the reconstruction of Lopo Road from River Oaks Drive to 300 feet west of Garden Ridge Blvd (approximately 1000 linear feet).

Design award was approved at the December 6, 2021 council and is underway.

Project will bid with Wood Creek Circle Reconstruction project in June.

Project cost: $ 940,000

Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax


Melody Court Reconstruction

Description:  Project consists of the reconstruction of approximately 165-feet (Homestead Street to cul-de-sac) of street.  It also includes replacement and installation of approximately 165-feet of 8-inch sewer main and 8-inch water main. 

The design contract for the Melody Court Reconstruction and Timber Creek at College Parkway Intersection Reconstruction projects awarded at the January 3, 2022 council meeting. 90% design complete. This project will be bid with the Timber Creek at College Parkway Intersection Reconstruction project.

Project Cost: $420,000

Funding Source(s): Project Savings


Rippy Road Phase II (Pecan Meadows to FM 2499)

Description: Project consists of improvements to approximately 2,500 linear feet of existing two-lane open section asphalt roadway to a two-lane concrete urban collector. The project also includes an enclosed storm water collection system to improve storm water collection in the area. The project begins at the intersection with Pecan Meadows and extends south and east to approximately 300 feet west of FM 2499. 

Design contract awarded at the March 4, 2019 council meeting. Design is complete. Staff identified three additions to the current roadway project plans that will help the roadway project be expanded to also become a regional storm sewer improvements project.  A design contract amendment was approved September 21, 2020 to include the outfall location change to FM 2499 and the upsize of the box to accommodate Bradford Parks flow. Construction was expected to start in Summer 2021, however ROW acquisition has delayed the project. Franchise utility relocations are complete. ROW acquisition is complete now. Project is scheduled to start construction in September 2022.

Project cost: $5,350,000

Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund), TIRZ, Tax Debt


Sidewalks Links and ADA Improvements Annual Program

Description: Annual project includes the construction of missing sidewalk gaps, reconstruction of ADA Transition Plan identified sidewalk and ADA ramps and facility and park improvements to maintain Town sidewalks and ADA improvements. The Transportation Commission (TRC) reviews annually and recommends projects for the year.

FY 2020 program (locations remaining):

  • FM 407 (south side) – Country Meadow to Browning Drive – Design award was delayed due to revisions to the scope requested by the TRC. The limits were increased to Country Meadow (from east of Morris). Design contract awarded October 7, 2019. Design is complete. TxDOT approved the permit. Pedestrian easements from businesses along FM 407 is complete and installation start date is being scheduled.

FY 2021 program (locations recommended by TRC on September 18, 2020):

  • Garden (Morriss to Wilkerson Park) - Complete
  • FM 407 (East of Browning to West of Cirrus Ct.)
  • FM 3040 (East of Garden Ridge to Flower Mound Korean Church)

Project cost: $150,000 annually

Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)


Streetlight Annual Project

Description: Annual streetlight project to add streetlights where needed. The Transportation Commission (TRC) reviews annually and recommends projects for the year. 

FY 2021 program (location remaining): Morriss at Broadway Avenue – location staked 

Project cost: $115,000 annually

Funding source(s): Decision Package (cash from General Fund)


Timber Creek Road at College Parkway Intersection Reconstruction

Description:  Project consists of the reconstruction of the Timber Creek Road and College Parkway intersection and replacement of approximately 2700 linear feet of sidewalk along College Parkway for purpose of ADA compliance.

The design contract for the Timber Creek at College Parkway Intersection Reconstruction and Melody Court Reconstruction projects awarded at the January 3, 2022 council meeting. 60% design complete. This project will be bid with the Melody Court Reconstruction project.

Project Cost: $600,000

Funding Source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax – Street Recon


US 377 - South of FM 1171 to Crawford/Country Club Rd in Argyle (TxDOT project)

Description: The TxDOT project consists of the reconstruction and widening of US 377, a 2-lane rural highway, to a 4-lane divided urban roadway. Ongoing discussion between staff and TxDOT related to the 30” water line that needs to be relocated. (see Town water project for US 377/ FM 1171 Water Line Loop and Relocation)

Estimated construction cost is $96 million. 

ROW acquisition is expected to be complete by March 30, 2021, utility relocations complete by September 2022 and ready to let September 2022.  No construction start date yet.


Waketon Road (Chinn Chapel Road to Western Limits of Bradford Parks Subdivision)

Description: The project consists of the upgrade of the existing two-lane open section asphalt roadway to a two-lane urban collector street. The project includes the installation of the two-lane concrete street including an enclosed drainage system and a roundabout at the Waketon Road/Chinn Chapel intersection. This is a joint project with the Town of Double Oak. 

The professional services agreement for design services, with Halff Associates, Inc., in the amount of $243,225, was approved on November 21, 2016. An interlocal agreement in the amount of $2,966,905 was approved by Flower Mound on  April 20, 2020. Franchise relocates are underway. Construction contract awarded May 12, 2021. Notice to proceed August 9, 2021. Beginning August 19, 2021 (delayed from the 18th due to weather), westbound Waketon Road will be closed from Parksdale Drive to Chinn Chapel Road. Eastbound traffic will remain open for the duration of the project. Paving of the lanes east of the roundabout is complete, roundabout work is now underway. The water line lowerings are complete. Westbound Waketon traffic is scheduled to open northbound and southbound at the roundabout on May 12, 2022 and Chinn Chapel southbound will close on May 16, 2022.

Westbound traffic in Double Oak between Kings Road and Chinn Chapel Road was closed February 7 and will continue through August.

Project cost: $8,466,905

Funding source(s): Interlocal Funds, Escrow, TIRZ, Tax Debt

Anticipated completion: September 2022


Wood Creek Circle Reconstruction

Description: The project consists of the reconstruction of Wood Creek Circle from Wood Creek Drive to the end of the cul-de-sac (approximately 320 linear feet).

The project was designed in-house by Town staff. Project will be bid with Lopo Road Reconstruction project in June.

Project cost: $500,000

Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax


Western Flower Mound Train Quiet Zone Update

Town staff recently had an on-site meeting with the Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) representatives. The next step in the process is a meeting with the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). The Town has also been informed that this quiet zone application will have to go through the Public Authority Application (PAA) process. This process is required due to the over 40 mph speed limit on FM 1171 (Cross Timbers). Unfortunately, the UPRR reps also informed staff that the process is currently taking up to 16 months to complete in Washington, D.C.  Staff is working with TXDOT for review and approval of the request, which is being required prior to meeting with the FRA rep.  Staff is hoping that meeting can take place in May. The FRA rep will also provide any additional information as to items we need to complete prior to the PAA process. Under the assumption that we will be able to do all of the requirements of the FRA and UPRR, there is still another approximately 5-6 month process after that before the quiet zone becomes active. Those timelines do not account for any additional work that either the FRA or UPRR would require to take place at this location. Staff is continuing to move through the process but the implementation could take up to almost 2 years before it becomes active. Staff will continue to provide updates at this location.