Street Projects

Updated 7/2/20 - updated information shown in red

American Disability Act (ADA) Transition Plan Annual Project - 2019

Description: The project includes the reconstruction of ADA Transition Plan identified sidewalks and ADA ramps, facility and park improvements to maintain ADA Compliance. 


A professional services agreement with Kimley-Horn & Associates for 2019 was awarded by council January 7, 2019. Field work is complete. CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting to include decision package funding.

Project cost: Varies annually
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund), Tax Debt

Blue Ridge Trail Street Reconstruction 

Description: the project consists of the reconstruction of Blue Ridge Trail from Branchwood Trail to Country Meadows Drive (approximately 950 linear feet).  

The design contract was awarded at the November 18, 2019 town council meeting. 65% plans scheduled for this week. Construction award anticipated in September.


Project cost: $790,000
Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax


Bruton Orand Northbound Turn Lane at FM 1171/Bruton Orand Intersection

Description: The project is the installation of a northbound Bruton Orand Boulevard right turn lane at the FM 1171/Bruton Orand Boulevard intersection. The project includes approximately 200 feet of paving, sidewalk, traffic signal relocation, and possible franchise utility relocations.

The design contract was awarded at the March 18, 2019 council meeting. Design is underway. A contract amendment is being prepared for the addition of needed ADA items. CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting to include decision package funding. 100% plans received October 23. Working through TxDot permit comments. ROW negotiations are underway.

Project cost: $550,000
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund), Tax Debt

Colonial Drive Phase II (Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive)

Description: This project is the reconstruction of Colonial Drive, 2000 feet from Whitney Lane to Homestead Drive, and includes complete sidewalk and pedestrian ramp improvements.  Sections of existing failing sanitary sewer system will be replaced with this project (a separate wastewater project was created but combined into the design of the street reconstruction due to the timing of the design funding).

A professional services agreement for design services, with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $153,639.50, was awarded December 16, 2019.  60% plans received.

Project cost: $1,521,000
Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax


Denton Creek Boulevard Bridge and Spine Road 12-inch Water line (Graham Branch Crossing)

Description: The project includes the design of a 260 foot multiple span 4-lane bridge, a 12” water line, and a 12” re-use water line, both extending to the bridge limits. The project also includes all required survey, geotechnical services, environmental assessments, hydraulic analyses, and permitting.

The professional services agreement for design phase was approved at the May 7, 2018 Town Council meeting. Design is complete. Received draft ROW exhibits and 60% drawings. CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting. Construction of bridge pushed out to FY20/21. Budget increased due to anticipated construction cost increases. 

Project cost: $7,057,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Interlocal/Grants, Other, Tax Debt

Edgefield Trail Street (Wood Creek Dr to Timber Valley Drive)

Description: This project is the reconstruction of Edgefield Trail, 1500 feet from Wood Creek Drive to Timber Valley Drive and includes complete sidewalk and pedestrian ramp improvements.  

A professional services agreement for design services with Criado & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $92,748.00, was awarded December 16, 2019. Design is ongoing. 65% plan comments provided. 95% plans expected early July.

Project cost: $1,464,000
Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax


FM 1171 Westbound Turn Lane at FM 1171/FM 2499 Intersection


Description: The project includes the installation of a FM 1171 westbound turn lane at the FM 1171/FM 2499 intersection. The project includes approximately 410 feet of paving, hike/bike trails, utility relocations and traffic signal upgrades.

The design contract in the amount of $55,000 was awarded to Kimley-Horn and A
ssociates, Inc. on October 3, 2016. Design has been complete for some time. All ROW is now acquired. 
CoServ working on overhead pole relocation. CoServ update: it will be August before the new replacement pole they need is ready. Anticipate advertising for bid in August.


Project cost: $998,000
Funding source(s): TIRZ


FM 2499 at Lakeside Parkway Northbound Right Turn Lane


Description: The project consists of the design of a northbound right turn lane along FM 2499 at Lakeside Parkway.

The professional services agreement with Stantec, Inc., to provide design services for the project, was awarded at the March 5, 2018 council meeting. Contract awarded at the March 18, 2019 council meeting, along with a CIP budget amendment. Notice to proceed issued November 1. Water main relocated and storm revisions under review at TxDot. Signal pole installed but bolt pattern did not match and will need to be redone. Rework of the pier bolt is ongoing. Traffic signal switch is made.

Project cost: $475,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: July 2020


FM 2499 and Waketon Intersection Improvements

Description: The project currently includes the addition of westbound and eastbound right turn lanes, however, with recent application being made and discussions with the northwest property owner, staff is hoping to add both northbound and southbound turn lanes to the project scope.

Design contract was awarded at the March 4, 2019 council meeting. Design is ongoing. 90% plans are under review. CIP amendment approved on February 17, 2020 to increase project $300,000 for necessary road improvements adjacent to the intersection. ROW negotiations are ongoing. Project needs to be rebid. Award now anticipated in August.

Project cost: $1,600,000
Funding source(s): TIRZ, Dedicated Sales Tax, Tax Debt


Forest Vista Drive Reconstruction Phase II

Description: The project consists of the reconstruction of Forest Vista Drive from Morriss Road to Chancellor Drive (approximately 1,500 linear feet).

A professional services agreement for design services, with Pacheco Koch Consulting Engineers, Inc., in the amount of $160,487 was awarded on January 7, 2019. Design is complete. Bid opening was January 29. Originally anticipated construction award at a March council meeting, however, award delayed award further due to staff vacancies. Due to COVID19 virus, a neighborhood meeting can’t be held. Instead a web page with information and contract information will be created.  Door hangers will be hung explaining the normal meeting will not take place. Information about the webpage, and contact information to call or email with questions, will be included on the hangers. Construction contract awarded April 20, 2020. Notice to proceed issued for June 29. 

Project cost: $2,735,000
Funding source(s): Dedicated Sales Tax
Anticipated completion: May 2021

Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040 Thru Lane

Description: The project consists of the construction of a southbound left turn lane on Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040. The project includes the installation of the turn lane and creating a lane shift further to the north. The end configuration of southbound Garden Ridge Boulevard at FM 3040 will be a left turn lane, two thru lanes and a right turn lane.  Improvements to the crosswalk and pedestrian ramps along the north side of FM 3040 will be made and increased to eight-feet to comply with the Town’s Parks and Trails Master Plan for future connection. This project was bid with Peters Colony Roundabout project. 

Design contract was awarded at the February 18, 2019 council meeting. Design is ongoing. CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting to include decision package funding. 95% plans in review. Advertised for bid on January 19, 2020. Construction contract awarded March 2.

Project cost: $610,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)
Anticipated completion: February 2020


Grady Court Reconstruction and Water Line

Description: The project consists of the reconstruction of Grady Court from Homestead Street to the cul-de-sac (approximately 700 linear feet). The project also includes the replacement of the water line along the reconstruction length.

A professional services agreement for design services, with Criado & Associates, Inc., in the amount of $73,738 was awarded on January 7, 2019. Neighborhood meeting held May 16.
Construction contract awarded at August 19 council meeting. Notice to proceed issued for October 7.  Waterline complete. Working on driveways and sidewalks, with one driveway remaining. A change order approved April 20, 2020 to provide additional ADA work and a retaining wall.

Project cost: $675,000
Funding source(s): Other, Dedicated Sales Tax
Anticipated completion: Complete

Lakeside Parkway (FM 2499 to HWY121)

Description: Upgrade from a 4-lane to a 6-lane divided arterial including paving, traffic signals, street lighting and franchise utility relocations.

In 2017, staff met with consultant to discuss grant funding eligibility and application requirements. Initial draft of grant application request prepared and submitted. In February 2018, the Town received word that grant funding from NCTCOG was not approved. UPDATE: The Town’s transportation consultant met with NCTCOG and indications are looking good to receive funding for this project. Staff hopes to hear that this funding will be combined with the funding for the traffic signal project at Canyon Falls/377. Anticipate design beginning in FY19/20.

Project cost: $8,540,000
Funding source(s): Impact fees, Interlocal/Grants, Other


Morriss Road at Valley Ridge Blvd. Intersection Improvements

Description: The project consists of the upgrade of the existing southbound left turn lane on Morriss Road at Valley Ridge Boulevard and constructing a westbound right turn lane on Valley Ridge Boulevard at Morriss Road. Also included is the reconstruction of the Town’s eight-foot multi-use trail and crosswalk along Valley Ridge Boulevard.  The end configuration of westbound Valley Ridge Boulevard at Morriss Road will be a left turn lane, one through lane and a thru/right turn lane. Project was bid with the Windsor Roundabout project. 

A professional services agreement with Pacheco Koch was approved on December 17, 2018. The construction award was approved at the September 16, 2019 council meeting. The same contractor is doing the Lakeside turn lane project, so they are going to transition crews from that project to this one and follow a staggered schedule. Staff determined the project needs to be done in the summer when school is out, due to the proximity to Marcus, so construction started in June. Work is underway now; earlier than anticipated due to school cancellation. CoServ working on new pole installation.

Project cost: See Morriss Road Improvements Project
Funding source(s): See Morriss Road Improvements Projects
Anticipated completion: October 2020


Morriss Road Improvements Project (FM 3040 to Firewheel)

Description: The project includes concrete panel replacements from FM 3040 to Firewheel Drive, ADA improvements from FM 3040 to Firewheel Drive, plus 20 inch and 24 inch water line replacement from Forest Vista to Garden Road. Additional improvements include: FM 3040 and Morris Road intersection improvements and Morris Road southbound left turn lane extension at Forest Vista Dr. 

The professional services agreement with Half Associates. Inc., to provide professional engineering services, for an amount not to exceed $78,300 was approved on November 21, 2016. Construction contract awarded at the March 18, 2019 council meeting. Notice to proceed issued May 6. CIP amendment approved August 5 to increase the project cost $130,000 for additional costs for the Valley Ridge Intersection Improvements project. The additional costs include additional utility relocations and pedestrian ramp improvements to comply with ADA requirements. All paving from FM 3040 to Forest Vista is complete.  Sidewalk and ADA work is now underway in that area and will continue through February. Paving operations began again mid-February on the remaining section, beginning at Forest Vista and moving north. Change order #1 was approved by council February 3, 2020 and provides for additional panel replacement. Original completion date was May; however, was moved to June as there are portions that can’t be completed due to school traffic. Panel replacements began April 9, taking advantage of school cancellation and light traffic. Panel replacements are complete. Sidewalk work is 95% complete.

Project cost: $5,450,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Interlocal/Grants, Other, Decision Package, Dedicated Sales Tax, Tax Debt
Anticipated completion: Substantially complete

Peters Colony Road Roundabout

Description: The project consists of the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Peters Colony Road, Quail Run Road and Auburn Drive. The project includes the installation of the roundabout and eight-foot multi-use trail crossings from Auburn Drive to Peters Colony Road per the Town’s Parks and Trails Master Plan. 

Anticipate constructing during the summer due to the proximity to Flower Mound High School.  This project will be bid with the Garden Ridge Blvd at FM 3040 Thru Lane project. Design contract awarded at the February 18, 2019 council meeting. ROW acquisition is ongoing. Neighborhood meeting held in August with design engineer. CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting to include decision package funding. 95% plans in review. Another neighborhood meeting was held October 30 at Town Hall. Advertised for bid on January 19, 2020. Construction contract awarded March 2. Preconstruction meeting held via conference call. Staff worked with the contractor to mobilize early to take advantage of school being canceled. Construction is ongoing. Franchise relocates and utility work underway. Schedule to be updated next week due to delay from franchises.

Project cost: $ 1,100,000
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)
Anticipated completion: August 2020


Rippy Road Phase II (Pecan Meadows to FM 2499) 

Description: This project consists of improvements to approximately 2,500 linear feet of existing two lane open section asphalt roadway to a two-lane concrete urban collector. The project also includes an enclosed storm water collection system to improve storm water collection in the area. The project begins at the intersection with Pecan Meadows and extends south and east to approximately 300 feet west of FM 2499.

Design contract awarded at the March 4, 2019 council meeting. Design is ongoing. Survey and right of entries are underway.
 CIP budget revised/approved at the September 16 council meeting to include decision package and other funding. Easement, ROW exhibits and 90% design received. ROW item approved by council February 17, 2020. ROW negotiations continue with three property owners.

Project cost: $4,750,000
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund), TIRZ, Tax Debt

Sidewalks Links and ADA Improvements Program - 2018

Description: Annual project includes the construction of missing sidewalk gaps, reconstruction of ADA Transition Plan identified sidewalk and ADA ramps and facility and park improvements to maintain Town sidewalks and ADA improvements.

The award of a contract to two vendors, VA Construction Inc. and Apex Concrete Construction Inc. was approved on December 5, 2016. The contract is for one year with four one-year renewal options. Ongoing/remaining projects:

  • FM 407 (south side) - Country Meadow to Browning Drive – Design award was delayed due to revisions to the scope requested by the Transportation Commission. The limits were increased to Country Meadow (from east of Morris). Design contract awarded October 7, 2019. 60% plans received. Submittal comments sent back May 6, 2020.
Project cost: $150,000 annually
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)


Streetlight Annual Project – 2020

Description: Annual streetlight project to add streetlights where needed. The Transportation Commission (TRC) reviews annually and recommends projects for the year. Budget approved by Town Council September 16, 2019.

Projects sent to Oncor/Coserv (in order of priority):

  • Gerault Road at Carter Circle - in process
  • Morriss Road at Eaton Street - staked
  • Dixon Lane at Chinn Chapel Road - in process
  • Dixon Lane at Eastglen Drive (Marcus High School) - in process
  • Sunset Trail at Shiloh Road - staked
Project Cost: $115,000
Funding source(s)
: Decision Package (cash from General Fund)


Traffic Signal – FM 2499/Chaparral Intersection

Description:  The project includes the installation of a new traffic signal. Staff is working on authorization from the Dallas district of TxDot.  A professional services agreement is tentatively scheduled for the November 18 town council meeting.  It is anticipated that design will take approximately four months to complete.  Approval will be required by TxDot. ADA improvements will be done at this intersection along with crosswalks.

The design professional services agreement was awarded at the November 18, 2019 town council meeting. Kick off meeting held mid-December.
Anticipating material cost increases and related CIP budget amendment, due to material costs going up in last 3 months. 90% plans received. Submittal sent to TxDot.

Project cost: $350,000
Funding source(s): Impact Fees, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)

US 377 - South of FM 1171 to Crawford/Country Club Rd in Argyle (TxDot project)

Description: The project consists of the reconstruction and widening of a 2-lane rural highway to 4-lane divided urban roadway.  

Estimated construction cost is $89 million.  60% plans were provided April 2020.  ROW acquisition is scheduled to be complete September 2020.  Utility relocation is scheduled to be complete January 2022.  Final plans to be complete January 2021 and ready to let January 2022. Staff is working with TxDot and their consultant on the FM 1171 overpass aesthetics and provided photos of the town’s flyover as an aesthetics example to TxDot (stone cladding etc.).


Waketon Road (Chinn Chapel Road to Western Limits of Bradford Parks Subdivision) 

Description: The project consists of the upgrade of the existing two lane open section asphalt roadway to a two-lane urban collector street. The project includes the installation of the two-lane concrete street including an enclosed drainage system and a roundabout at the Waketon Road/Chinn Chapel intersection. This is a joint project with the Town of Double Oak.

The professional services agr
eement for design services, with Halff Associates, Inc., in the amount of $243,225, was approved on November 21, 2016. 
The plans are complete. Project was delayed until Double Oak was ready to bid. Then, Double Oak requested that Flower Mound bid and manage the project, with Double Oak still responsible for their portion of the construction costs and interacting with their residents. An interlocal agreement providing for Flower Mound to manage the construction project was approved by Double Oak at their February 2020 meeting. 95% plans received. The interlocal agreement in the amount of $2,966,905 was approved by Flower Mound at the April 20 town council meeting. Plan to bid late August. Franchise relocates are underway. 

Project cost: $8,466,905
Funding source(s): Interlocal Funds,
 Escrow, TIRZ, Tax Debt

Windsor Drive Roundabout Connection 

Description: The project consists of the extension of Windsor Drive to W. Windsor Drive and connection to the existing roundabout located just south of Pinon Street. The project includes the installation of the two-lane concrete street including modification to the existing eight-foot multi-use trail and amenities located along W. Windsor within the vicinity of the connection.  This project was bid with Morriss Road at Valley Ridge Blvd Intersection Improvements project. 

A professional services agreement with Pacheco Koch was approved on December 17, 2018. Project kick off meeting held January 24. 
Neighborhood meeting held March 28, 2019 at the Library. Project and traffic analysis was presented to the Transportation Commission on May 16. The construction award was approved at the September 16 council meeting. The same contractor is doing the Lakeside turn lane project, so they are going to transition crews from that project to this one and follow a staggered schedule. Staff determined the project needs to be done in the summer when school is out, due to the proximity of the Valley Ridge project (being done in conjunction with this one) to Marcus, so construction started in June. Notice to proceed issued May 18. 

Project cost: $325,000
Funding source(s): Other, Decision Package (cash from General Fund)
Anticipated completion:
September 2020