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FY16 Wastewater Improvements for reconstructing sewer lines in Colonnade-Pelt Hill Top Estates was completed in summer of 2017. Sewer lines were reconstructed by pipe bursting method and included segments of sewer line on East Magnolia, Azalea, and East Jewel Lanes; Camellia Drive; Gardenia, Camellia, Katherine, and Kelly Courts; and Royal Avenue.
Sewer line reconstruction has also been completed for the Lakeside Park, Forest Hills, Hilltop and River Oaks Additions. Sewer line reconstruction occurred in segments of Skyline Drive, the intersection of Azalea Lane and Royal Avenue, Softwood Drive, and Lakeside park via pipe bursting.
The wastewater improvements were completed in the summer of 2017.
Construction has been completed for the new sewer line on South Lodema Lane, Joe’s Drive, Tanco Lane, and a portion of Frank Keasler Boulevard, an area currently served by septic system. The line was installed by open cut method and connects to the Lodema Lane project constructed last fiscal year.
Construction has also been completed for the water line improvements on Lodema Lane from Frank Keasler Boulevard south of IH-20, Joe’s Drive from Frank Keasler Boulevard south to IH-20, Tanco Lane from Lodema Lane east to North Duncanville Road, and Frank Keasler Boulevard from Joe’s Drive east to Lodema Lane. Improvements include 1,890 linear feet of 8-inch water main replacement by open cut. The water lines replaced were 61 years old and constructed with obsolete materials by today’s standards.
The water and wastewater improvements projects were completed in the summer of 2017.
Please join our staff in welcoming Chasidy Allen to the Duncanville family. Ms. Allen brings over ten years of planning and zoning experience…
Durable Specialties, Inc., has completed construction of a new traffic signal at the intersection of North Duncanville Road and West Red Bird Lane. The sidewalk was improved to include an Americans with Disabilities (ADA) compliant ramp as a part of this construction. Construction began in August 2017 and was completed in January 2018.
In 2016, an annual sidewalk improvements program was developed to emphasize accessible routes and pedestrian safety. The goal of the program is to create a “walkable” community in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to remove barriers and construct new sidewalks where gaps exist to connect existing sidewalks. Along with the sidewalks being constructed in various locations throughout the City, a trail was constructed in Lakeside Park along with a 6-foot sidewalk in the H. Louis Nichols Park in the summer of 2017.
Identified as a maintenance concern in 2014 by TCEQ during their annual tank inspection, Summit Tank was scheduled for renovation to repair, clean deposits, and repaint the interior and exterior of the tank to minimize future maintenance and improve the quality of water within the water distribution system. The Summit Tank is co-owned by the cities of Duncanville (5/8ths) and Cedar Hill (3/8ths).
This project was completed in 2017 by A&M Construction and Utilities, Inc., at a total cost of $989,425.00. The City of Duncanville’s share of this cost was $618,390.62.
Drainage improvements and alley reconstruction of the Forest Hills Installment No. 13 alley between Madrid Drive and San Juan Drive (from Madrid Drive to west of South Cockrell Hill Road) have been completed. This subdivision was built approximately 44 years ago. The existing alley pavement was replaced with a more durable reinforced concrete pavement to better withstand heavy trash trucks. Additionally, the alley now has a “V” shape in order to convey runoff from Madrid Drive and the adjacent properties to South Cockrell Hill Road. The drive approaches at Madrid Drive and North Cockrell Hill Road were removed and replaced in order to make them ADA compliant. The project was completed at a cost of $276,830.18.
Every year, water heaters are installed by unlicensed handymen or homeowners, often without proper city permits and inspections. Unpermitted and improperly installed water heaters may cause flooding, fire, and even death.