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The City of Cibolo City Council at its meeting on June 14th awarded the Cibolo Valley Drive Rehabilitation project to D&D Contractors for $8,092,827. The project will rehabilitate five lanes stretching 3.6 miles from Old Weiderstein Road to Everyday Way. Approximately 50% of the road will be reconstructed and all lanes will be completely repaved. Construction is expected to take about a year once started sometime in August.
Mayor Boyle stated, “This is the single-largest capital improvement project funded and constructed by the City. The construction project is being funded by $5,592,827 from the City’s Street Maintenance sale tax (1/8 of a cent sale tax), including $4,794,537 million in bonds, along with $2,500,000 in cash from the City’s General Fund.” He added, “The City Council is excited to see Cibolo Valley Drive improved over the next year and to show our residents the value of our Street Maintenance Sales Tax.” Presently, the City of Cibolo estimates it will collect just under $1 million in this fiscal year from the Street Maintenance Sales Tax. It is providing the City with the financial resources to rehabilitate Cibolo Valley Drive; later this year, this sales tax will cover the cost to improve nine other local roads.
City Manager Wayne Reed said, “This is an important project to our community. Cibolo Valley Drive is our signature gateway into Cibolo and our staff is committed to delivering on the project to provide full value.”
The attached map shows the specified segments. For up to date information, including the project schedule, be sure to visit the City of Cibolo website.