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Project Background

The Southeast Denton Street Reconstruction project is a part of the City's focus on rebuilding existing streets that have reached the end of their useful life. These streets were evaluated and given an Overall Condition Index (OCI) score of 20 or less. The City also intends to focus on one-time comprehensive neighborhood roadway infrastructure projects that complete both streets and utilities improvements.

The intended results of the Southeast Denton Street Reconstruction Project will provide residents with a reconstructed street, improved utility services, among other improvements identified by residents dependent on funding and constructability. 

Project Updates

March 9:  On Thursday, March 4 at 6 p.m., a virtual community meeting was held. Click here to watch the meeting

Feb 22: Community Meeting Update:NEW Date

The City of Denton will host a virtual community meeting on Thursday, March 4 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to provide residents and property owners the opportunity to:
  • Overview the responses received from the Community Improvement Assessment survey;
  • Share input with City staff on key priorities for infrastructure and street reconstruction in Southeast Denton;
  • Receive information on available City resources for neighborhood and community improvements;
  • Receive an update on the construction timeline for the 2019 Bond Street Rehabilitation Program Capital Improvement Project; and
  • Address additional concerns from community members.


Feb. 19: Due to the winter weather event and public health emergency, all community meetings for the 2019 Street Rehab project are currently being rescheduled. Updates and meeting dates will be shared as soon as they are finalized. However, residents are still encouraged to complete the Community Improvement Survey. The survey response timeline will be extended to 12 noon on Thursday, March 4 . 


Feb. 11: The City of Denton 2019 Bond Program, approved by voters in November 2019, provides funding for the design and reconstruction of aging street infrastructure throughout the City. A significant portion of the streets included in this program are located in or around neighborhoods in Southeast Denton. Before the street segments are designed and scheduled for construction, City staff would like to receive community input on key priorities and potential additional improvements to be considered in addition to roadway reconstruction.

A Community Improvment Assessment Survey is now open for community members to share their key infrastructure priorities for consideration. All survey responses will be carefully considered. A completed survey does not guarantee that all potential improvements will be implemented. Infrastructure improvements, in addition to the street reconstruction as outlined in the 2019 Bond Program, will be dependent on funding, constructability, among other considerations. 


Jan. 15: Beginning January 2021, Southeast Denton Street Reconstruction project is now in the advertise, bid and award phase. After a contract is awarded for Packages 1 and 2, these packages will move to the construction phase. Package 3 is awaiting the final scope and construction solicitation responses. Once completed, Package 3 will progress to the planning and design phase.

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Thank you for your input! This survey is now closed.

To provide effective and sustainable community improvements, the City needs your input. Residents and property owners are encouraged to complete the Community Improvement Assessment Survey. If you are unable to complete the survey online, you may call Deputy Director of Capital Projects, Rachel Wood at 940.349.7718 to verbally respond to the survey. Online and call-in survey responses must be submitted no later than 12 noon Thursday, March 4.

This survey will outline the infrastructure priorities of the residents in the area. All survey responses will be carefully considered. A completed survey does not guarantee that all potential improvements will be implemented. Infrastructure improvements, in addition to the street reconstruction as outlined in the 2019 Bond Program, will be dependent on funding, constructability, among other considerations.