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Capital Projects & Infrastructure


Infrastructure Services
Infrastructure Services is responsible for overseeing the design, construction, and operation of all streets, alleys, bridges, public way lighting, traffic control signs, and signals. Additionally, this division oversees sewers, underground conduit systems, and the construction of water facilities.

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2024 Projects

Bolton Road Reconstruction Project - The project will improve mobility by widening the intersection at Zuehl Rd. and Bolton Rd. and improving the road from Haeckerville Rd to Stolte Rd. 
June 7, 2024: The project is substantially complete, and the road is fully open for traffic, including the improved Zuehl Rd. intersection, which will improve mobility through this intersection. Crews are working on grading the shoulders, and pavement markings will be placed in a couple of weeks.

Lower Seguin Road Reconstruction Project
This is the final project of the FY23 Street Reconstruction Package 1 and will consist of reconstructing the existing pavement with a new roadway surface. The project will be completed in three phases to minimize traffic impacts on residents and is expected to be completed in late Summer 2024. Please take note of the following road closures along Lower Seguin Road. 

  • Phase 1 This phase will begin June 10 and run through July 12. 
    1A – Low Water Crossing to Weir Rd. 
    1B – Weir Rd. to Haeckerville Rd. (South)
  • Phase 2
    Haeckerville Rd. (North) to Pfannsteil Rd.
  • Phase 3
    Haeckerville Rd. (South) to Haeckerville Rd. (North)
Lower Seguin Road - Phase I
Please refrain from parking vehicles in the roadway during regular business hours, 7 am - 7 pm. The contractors will make every effort to accommodate local residents in and out of their driveways and maintain an all-weather surface during construction. 

Town Creek Drainage Project/Haeckerville Road Reconstruction Project
05/13/2024:  The final phasing of the project is currently under construction. Substantial project completion is expected by early-June. Crews are currently working on flatwork and drainage easements.

Arrows-GrayTown Creek Trail Project details coming soon!
The City has developed a long-range plan to construct a linear trail system that would allow residents to walk, hike, and bike along trails that link neighborhoods with City parks and Old Town (downtown) areas. This project will include approximately 2-miles of ten-foot-wide hike and bike trails extending from north of Schaeffer Road near the City’s Sports Complex, past FM 78, through Old Town (downtown), north to FM 1103, and connecting to the existing trails in Schlater Park.