$1.35M street rehabilitation project coming to Katy’s Town Park subdivision

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9 Apr 2024

By: Aubrey Vogel - Community Impact

New asphalt pavement will be added to the Town Park subdivision streets by early August.

Katy City Council approved a $1.09 million contract with Hayden Paving Inc. for the Town Park Subdivision Street Improvements Project at an April 8 City Council meeting.

The specifics

The project will resurface all streets within the subdivision and:

   Mill the existing asphalt pavement.
   Perform full depth repairs at needed locations.
   Install a new asphalt driving surface.

City Engineer David Kasper said there will also be some storm sewer blockages cleared during construction.

The total contract for the project is $1.35 million, including recommended contingencies, and engineering and construction phase services, funded by the federal American Rescue Plan Act grant funds for street rehabilitation, according to agenda documents.

What they’re saying

After seeing many drainage-related issues in the area, council member Rory Robertson said he is pleased with seeing this project come to fruition.

“This is something we are all excited to see,” Robertson said.

Going forward

Construction on the project is expected to start in early May and will wrap up by late-July or early August, Kasper said.

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