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Posted on: July 23, 2019

IMPENDING ROAD CLOSING PHASE 4 – BOIS D’ ARC STREET 7/25

NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF IMPENDING ROAD CLOSING

PHASE 4 – BOIS D’ ARC STREET

Work on the East side of Bois D’Arc Street has reached a point where it becomes necessary for the contractor to move temporary parking from the East side of Bois D’Arc to the West.  The remaining pavement on Bois D’Arc Street is scheduled for removal beginning Thursday, July 25, 2019.  The switch over process will include changing the direction of travel along Bois D’Arc Street from North to South, to South to North.  This will create a temporary one-way street from Walnut Street to Mimosa Street on the newly paved section of Bois D’Arc Street

Open side residents will again have normal use of their driveways for parking during this phase.  Due to the limited parking spaces relative to cars per household, please make every effort on your part to find alternative parking places to allow for a fair distribution to your immediate neighbors.  Please relocate any recreation or work equipment to alternate storage parking areas to have access to these as you use them.

We provided detailed information of the construction at the public town meeting held in October 2018 and will provide the affected property owners or public in general with any information as needed through all our available communication media and by direct phone call to the Engineering Department at (979) 415-2413.

Expect periodic traffic disruptions and restricted access through the work zone.  Please observe construction zone regulations of the directional and speed limit signs being erected and being enforced by our Police Department.  Please be considerate of your neighbor’s safety as well as your own as you share the street into and out of Bois D’Arc Street.  Please make every effort to make plans for the use of alternate routes to your destinations.  We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconveniences these needed improvement changes may create for you.

Sincerely,

Sal Aguirre, P.E.

City Engineer


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