Conroe - Montgomery Edition | June 2020

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UPCOMING PROJECT

1484

WALLY WILKERSON PKWY.

2B

2C

H A R

CONROE PARK W. DR.

POLLOK DR.

45

B E N D

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3083

75

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336

105

CONROE

COMPLETED PROJECT Timeline: TBD Cost: $481,911 Funding sources: city of Conroe Drainage improvements A project to improve about 1,000 feet of drainage along Bois D’Arc Bend at Walden Road to allow water to ow more eciently into Lake Conroe will begin after utilities are relocated.

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REAL . LOCAL . SAVINGS .

CAMELOT ST.

2A

3083

1314

SGT. ED HOLCOMB BLVD.

45

3

LIVE OAK DR.

336

SOUTHERN OAKS DR.

MAP NOT TO SCALE N

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ONGOING PROJECTS

45

A

75 CANDY CANE LN.

713-224-3426 1403 Spring Cypress Rd Spring

1 FM 3083 widening Work to widen FM 3083 to a four-lane divided roadway from the Union Pacic Railroad to Loop 336 North is 65% com- plete. Contractor Smith & Co. is expected to complete the project by the second quarter of 2020. Timeline: Nov. 12, 2018-second quarter 2020 Cost: $9.05 million Funding sources: Texas Department of Transportation, federal

N

3 Live Oak Drive improvements Rebel Contractors Inc. is 85% nished with work to rehabilitate drainage and access ramps to Little Caney Creek along Live Oak Drive. Timeline: February-August Cost: $598,075 Funding source: city of Conroe

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N

Frazier, Silverdale streets’ sidewalks Sidewalk construction to connect Frazier Street to the park at Candy Cane Lane A and First to Seventh streets along Silverdale Street B is substantially complete. The project also includes improving sidewalks along North San Jacinto and West Dallas streets as well as adding ramps. The project was originally budget- ed $400,622 but was completed $30,826 over budget. Timeline: June 2019-June Cost: $431,475 Funding source: city of Conroe

1097

75

ANDERSON RD.

45

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WILLIS

830

N

FM 1097 widening TxDOT has acquired almost all of the right of way needed for the project to widen FM 1097 between I-45 and Anderson Road in Willis from a two- to four-lane road with a continuous left-turn lane. Contractor Angel Brothers has com- pleted 45% of the project. Timeline: Oct. 15, 2018-third quarter 2020 Cost: $14.9 million Funding sources: TxDOT, federal

2 Trac signal installation The city of Conroe is almost nished installing mast arm trac signals at A Sgt. Ed Holcomb Boulevard at Camelot Street as well as Wally Wilkerson Parkway at B Conroe Park West Drive and C Pollok Drive. Timeline: January-June Cost: $610,862 Funding source: city of Conroe

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