Tag Archives: Bond Program

Community Invited to Celebrate Grand Opening of Fire Station No. 5 Friday, June 3, 2016

The community is invited to help the City of Arlington celebrate the opening of Fire Station No. 5 this Friday,  June 3, 2016. A grand opening and dedication ceremony is scheduled from 9:30 a. m. to 11 a. m. at the station, located at 2921 E. Randol Mill Road in the Great Southwest…

Arlington Will Expand Parking at Popular Veterans Park

Work will soon begin to increase concrete parking at the popular Veterans Park in west Arlington. The 103-acre park at 3600 W. Arkansas Lane features numerous amenities, including a playground, a hike and bike trail, disc golf, equestrian trails, practice fields, xeriscape garden, a rental pavilion and an outdoor performing arts…

City, Mansfield ISD Celebrate Completion of $18 Million Tri-Schools Road Project

On Friday, Arlington and Mansfield city and school leaders celebrated the completion of the $18 million Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project in southwest Arlington. The project, part of the 2008 bond program, consists of street, sidewalk, drainage, water and sanitary sewer improvements to Calender, Ledbetter and Russell roads near Carol Holt Elementary…

$18 Million Tri-Schools Street Improvement Project Completed Early

The $18 million Tri-schools road project in southwest Arlington is expected to be substantially complete by April, about five months earlier than scheduled. It’s another example of dreams getting done in the American Dream City. Although some minor work still remains to be done, all sections of Ledbetter Road, Calender Road and Russell…

Arlington Water Treatment Plants Undergoing $14 Million Upgrade

The City of Arlington is in the midst of a $14 million, multi-phase project as part of its commitment to provide customers with high-quality, great-tasting drinking water. On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, the Arlington City Council approved a $7.3 million contract with Archer Western Construction to install new water purifying equipment at…

Residential Rebuild Construction Meeting: January 21, 2016

A Construction Briefing Meeting will be open to the public this Thursday, January 21, 2016 at the Council Briefing Room (3rd floor, City Hall) from 6-7:30 p. m., to discuss the next phase of the 2014 Residential Rebuild Program. The 2014 Residential Rebuild Program will be implemented in phases and will complete the residential rebuilds funded from the…

Council Approves Project for Collins Street from Mayfield to I-20

Drivers can expect to see additional lanes along Collins Street from Mayfield Road and the west bound frontage road of Interstate Highway IH-20. The engineering services contract with Teague Nail & Perkins, Inc. of Fort Worth in the amount of $349,590 was approved by the Arlington City Council at the evening session on Tuesday,…

Next Phase of Martin Luther King, Jr. Sports Center Completed

Arlington Parks and Recreation is proud to announce that the next phase of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Sports Center is now complete for residents to use in The American Dream City. Phase II of the project, part of the 2008 Bond Election, included $1,393,000 in construction for park improvements and was finished up…

Council Approves Advance Funding Agreement for IH-20/Bowen Rd. U-Turn

The Arlington City Council has approved an advance funding agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for construction of a Texas U-Turn for westbound to eastbound Interstate Highway 20 (IH-20) at Bowen Road in the amount of $43,112. This agreement was approved at the evening City Council meeting on Tuesday,…

Arlington City Council Approves Three Parks & Recreation Projects

The Arlington City Council approved three Parks and Recreation construction projects at the evening session on Tuesday, December 15, 2015. These improvements will enhance outdoor recreation for residents in The American Dream City for years to come: Unity Arch Plaza Construction — The Arlington City Council approved a construction contract with Raydon, Inc. of Breckenridge,…