After months of public input, the Arlington City Council unanimously approved a package of bond projects that will focus on streets, parks, fire facilities and libraries. The 236 million bond program was approved by voters in the November 4, 2014 municipal election.

Proposition 1 – Street Improvements

Bond-Streets

Residential Rebuild Program – $40,150,000

This funding will allow for the design and reconstruction of residential streets in multiple areas of the City that have deteriorated beyond general maintenance and are not funded by the sales tax for street maintenance. Current spending schedule:

Design and Construction

2015: $512,000

  • 2015 Residential Rebuild Phase I: Design contract with Stream Water Group, Inc. authorized by City Council on August 25, 2015.
  • 2015 Residential Rebuild Phase II: Design contract with Wier & Associates, Inc. authorized by City Council on August 25, 2015.

2016: $6,995,000

  • 2016 Residential Rebuild Phase I: Design contract with Elder Engineering, Inc. authorized by City Council on May 24, 2016.
  • 2016 Residential Rebuild Phase II: Design contract with Stream Water Group, Inc. authorized by City Council on May 10, 2016.
  • 2015 Residential Rebuild Phase I: Construction contract awarded to McClendon Construction Company, Inc. by City Council on February 14, 2017.
  • 2015 Residential Rebuild Phase II: Construction contract awarded to McClendon Construction Company, Inc. by City Council on December 6, 2016.

2017: $7,228,000

  • 2016 Residential Rebuild Phase I: Construction contract awarded to McClendon Construction Company, Inc. by City Council on March 28, 2017.
  • 2016 Residential Rebuild Phase II: Construction contract awarded to Tiseo Paving Company by City Council on March 7, 2017.
  • 2017 Residential Rebuild Phase I: Design Contract with Jerry Parche Consulting Engineers authorized by City Council on March 28, 2017.
  • 2017 Residential Rebuild Phase II: Design Contract with Elder Engineering, Inc. authorized by City Council on March 7, 2017.

2018: $7,938,000

  • TBA

2019: $6,934,000

  • TBA

2020: $10,534,000

  • TBA

Eden (US 287 to Calender) – $15,000,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition and reconstruction of Eden Road between US 287 and Calender Road along with installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $1,545,000

  • Eden (US 287 to Calender): Design Contract with Weir & Associates, Inc. authorized by City Council on May 24, 2016.

Right of Way
2017: $960,000

  • Right of Way Appraisals, Negotiations, and Acquisition are pending.

Construction
2018: $12,495,000

Matlock (Bardin to Green Oaks) – $14,400,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition, reconstruction and widening of Matlock Road between Bardin Road and Green Oaks Boulevard from four lanes to six lanes. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $1,287,000

  • Matlock (Bardin to Green Oaks): Design Contract with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc. authorized by City Council on June 28, 2016.

Right of Way
2017: $3,770,000

  • Right of Way Appraisals, Negotiations, and Acquisition are pending.

2018: $2,080,000

Construction
2019: $7,263,000

Turner Warnell (Matlock to Cooper) – $13,655,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition, reconstruction and widening of Turner Warnell Road between Matlock Road and Cooper Street from two lanes to four lanes along with the installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights, and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2019: $1,288,000

Construction
2020: $12,367,000

Collins (SH 303 to Park Row) – $11,000,000

This funding will allow for the design and reconstruction of Collins Street between State Highway 303 and Park Row Drive. Current spending schedule:

Design
2018: $1,169,000

Construction
2019: $9,831,000

Avenue E (SH 360 to Great Southwest) – $8,200,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition, and reconstruction of Avenue E between State Highway 360 and Great Southwest Parkway.

Harris (Cooper to Calender) – $8,200,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition and reconstruction of Harris Road between Cooper Street and Calender Road along with the installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights, and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $819,000

  • Harris (Cooper to Calender): Design Contract with Wier & Associates, Inc. authorized by City Council on March 28, 2017.

Right of Way
2018: $585,000

Construction
2019: $6,796,000

Avenue H (SH 360 to Great Southwest) – $8,200,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition, and reconstruction of Avenue E between State Highway 360 and Great Southwest Parkway. Current spending schedule:

Design
2019: $789,000

Construction
2020: $7,411,000

Calender (Harris to Eden) – $5,850,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition and reconstruction of Calender Road between Harris Road and Eden Road along with the installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights, and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $641,000

  • Calender (Harris to Eden): Design Contract with Dunaway Associates, Inc. authorized by City Council on March 28, 2017

Right of Way
2018: $363,000

Construction
2019: $4,846,000

Timberlake (SH 303 to Park Row) – $5,700,000

This funding will allow for the design and reconstruction of Timberlake Drive between State Highway 303 and Park Row Drive. Current spending schedule:

Design
2016: $684,000

  • Timberlake (SH 303 to Park Row): Design Contract with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. authorized by City Council on June 28, 2016.

Construction
2017: $5,016,000

  • Construction is pending.

Sidewalk Program – $5,575,000

This funding will allow for the design and reconstruction of existing sidewalks that can no longer be repaired by general maintenance and the construction of new sidewalks and ramps. Current spending schedule:

Design and Construction

2016: $1,500,000

  • 2016 Safe Route to School Sidewalk Program: Design Contract with Huitt-Zollars, Inc. authorized by City Council on August 16, 2016.
  • 2016 Sidewalk Program: Construction Contract with Ken-Do Contracting, LP authorized by City Council on September 20, 2016.

2017: $500,000
2018: $1,500,000
2019: $1,000,000
2020: $1,075,000

Signal/ITS Annual Program – $5,475,000

This funding will allow for the construction of traffic signals and other ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) devices such as electronic message boards and traffic management cameras. Current spending schedule:

Annual Program
2015: $875,000
2016: $777,000
2017: $925,000
2018: $800,000
2019: $830,500
2020: $1,267,500

Pleasant Ridge (I-20 to Enchanted Bay) – $5,100,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition and reconstruction and widening of Pleasant Ridge Road (currently Bowman Springs Road) between Interstate 20 and Enchanted Bay Drive from two lanes to four lanes along with the installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2018: $618,000

Right of Way
2019: $546,000

Construction
2020: $3,936,000

Poly Webb (Pleasant Ridge to Shorewood) – $3,200,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition, and reconstruction of Poly Webb Road between Pleasant Ridge Road and Shorewood Drive along with the installation of curbs, gutters, underground drainage, streetlights, and sidewalks. Current spending schedule:

Design
2019: $316,000

Construction
2020: $2,884,000

SH 360 Connections – $3,200,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition and realignment of the New York Avenue/Eden Road intersection with future State Highway 360 and the design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction of a connection to the future State Highway 360 north of Webb Lynn Road. Current spending schedule:

Design:

2015: $294,000

  • SH360 & New York Ave Connection and Texas U-Turn at IH-20/Bowen Rd: Design contract with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. authorized by City Council on September 1, 2015.

Construction:

2016: $2,906,000

  • Construction is pending.

Collins (Mayfield to I-20) – $2,900,000

This funding will allow for the design, right-of-way acquisition reconstruction, and widening of Collins Street between Mayfield Road and Interstate 20 from four lanes to six lanes. Current spending schedule:

Design
2017: $293,000

  • Collins (Mayfield to I-20): Design Contract with Teague Nall & Perkins authorized by City Council on January 12, 2016.

Construction
2019: $2,607,000

Materials Testing Program – $1,875,000

This funding will allow for the testing of materials and methods during roadway construction. Current spending schedule:

Annual Program
2016: $363,000
2017: $387,000
2018: $375,000
2019: $375,000
2020: $375,000

Pleasant Ridge (Plumwood to Enchanted Bay) – $1,200,000

This funding will allow for the design and right-of-way acquisition for future Pleasant Ridge Road between Plumwood Drive and Enchanted Bay Drive. Current spending schedule:

Design
2020: $1,200,000

Bowen/I-20 Texas U-Turn – $615,000

This funding will allow for the design and construction of a Texas U-turn at Bowen Road from the westbound Interstate 20 frontage road to the eastbound Interstate 20 frontage road. Current spending schedule:

Design:

2015: $292,000

  • Bowen Road/IH-20 Texas U-Turn: Design contract with AECOM Technical Services, Inc. authorized by City Council on September 1, 2015.

Construction:

2016: $323,000

  • Construction is pending.

Grant Matching Funds – $500,000

This funding will allow for required city matching funds for state-issued intelligent transportation systems devices grants. Current spending schedule:

Annual Program
2016: $250,000
2017: $250,000

Irrigation Repair Program -$335,000

This funding will allow for the relocation or repair of irrigation systems that are in conflict with roadway construction. Current spending schedule:

Annual Program
2015: $10,000
2016: $57,000
2017: $68,000
2018: $67,000
2019: $68,000
2020: $65,000

The amounts identified for each Streets project listed under Proposition 1 are estimated amounts and the City of Arlington may reallocate the amounts among the various Streets projects listed or substitute other Streets projects of a similar nature in accordance with the respective bond proposition.