This project in Proposition B includes the reconstruction of pavement and subsurface utilities along a segment of Main St. with a $1.5M County Match pending selection for the 7th Call for Projects. A Main St. corridor study was performed and a Resolution was proposed to approve all the recommended sections along the corridor for a long-term plan and to change the focus of the current project to the Main-Center intersection and connecting streets.

City Council denied the resolution.

Overall Project Status

Study 100% Complete
Design 0% Complete
Construction 0% Complete

Project Cost Breakdown (by %)

  • Pre-Engineering
  • Engineering & Design - BOND
  • Engineering & Design - Utilities CIP
  • Construction - BOND
  • Construction - Utilities CIP



Start Date

Spring 2019

Current Project Status

Resolution approving the Main Street Corridor Study recommendations fails to pass

Estimated Completion


Project Milestones

Fall 2018
Spring 2019
Winter 2019
Winter 2020

Fall 2018

Voters Approved Bond Election

Spring 2019

Corridor Study Started

Winter 2019

Corridor Study Progress with City Council

Project Details
Bond Program Year 2018
Proposition B
Project Name Main St @ Camp Wisdom Rd
Project Description Reconstruct pavement and subsurface utilities along a segment of Main St. with a $1.5M County Match pending selection for 7th Call for Projects.
Project Status Resolution Approving Corridor Study Recommendation Fails to Pass.
Project Study Main Street Corridor Study
Last Modified Date 5/24/2022
Project Schedule (subject to change)
Estimated Pre-engineering Start Spring 2019
Estimated Pre-engineering Completion Summer 2020
Estimated Design Start N/A
Estimated Design Completion N/A
Estimated Construction Start N/A
Estimated Construction Completion N/A
Estimated Project Cost Breakdown
Pre-Engineering 8% $150,000
Engineering & Design 9% $181,000 ($135K Bond – 7%; $46K Utilities CIP – 2%)
Construction 83% $1,650,000 ($1.35M Bond – 68%; $300K Utilities CIP – 15%)
PROJECT TOTAL 100% $1,981,000

Project News Updates

Proposition B Update

A Call for Citizen Input on the Main Street Corridor Project On February 6, 2018, the Duncanville Citizen Bond Committee was established by City Council and charged with evaluating community needs and making recommendations for potential capital improvement projects to be presented to voters. The 19-member committee toured the city, conducted a town hall, and […]

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