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This project is made up of multiple different segments of street and utility improvements.
This project is made up of multiple different intersections that will receive improvements including new traffic signal lights and traffic upgrades.
This project consists of multiple water, wastewater, and street improvements.
This multi-phase project will address mobility needs through the expansion of Bonnie Brae Street.
The Sidewalk Improvement Program seeks to improve bike and pedestrian connectivity by taking a thoughtful approach to adding to and improving the city’s sidewalk network.
The project includes 47 street segments throughout the City and is a part of the City's focus on rebuilding existing street that have reached the end of their useful life.
This multi-phase project will accommodate growth, improve drainage systems and repair the pavement in the downtown area.
This multi-phase project will accommodate growth, improve drainage systems and repair the pavement in the Hickory Creek Basin area.
This project will provide wastewater services to Southwest Denton Area residents.
This project will improve safety and mobility along Hickory Creek Rd from Teasley Ln to FM 2499/ Riverpass Dr.
This project will improve safety and mobility along Hickory Creek Rd from FM-1830 to Teasley Ln.
This multiple-phase project includes the roadway, water, wastewater, gas, and electric utilities along west Hickory Street.
This project will accommodate growth, increase capacity and improve the roadway.
The City has been working to expand Mayhill to improve mobility and accommodate growth.
This project will improve the streets and underlying utilities in a targeted area.
This project will improve the streets and underlying utilities in a targeted area
This project is a part of the City's focus on rebuilding existing streets that have reached the end of their useful life and is the first neighborhood that is being designed and constructed from the 2019 Street Reconstruction Bond.
This project includes drainage, sewer, and water upgrades, as well as the addition of sidewalk facilities and improved connectivity in the area.
This project will meet current and future sewer service demand to help ensure a safe and reliable sewer system for community members in the area.
City staff and the Texas Department of Transportation are working together to improve the safety of the I-35 and University intersection.
To relieve congestion and better accommodate growth, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is widening the existing road from Lillian Miller Parkway to the Corinth city limit.
This project involves the relocations of city utility lines in order to accommodate for TxDOT's I35 expansion project.