FROM SUBMITTED REPORTS
Officials will host a public meeting on an upcoming capital improvement project to replace water and wastewater infrastructure on North LBJ Drive and Oakridge Drive in the Tanglewood neighborhood.
The come-and-go meeting will be held 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 3 at First Lutheran Church, 130 W. Holland St. The city’s project engineer, the design engineer and contractor staff will be on hand to answer questions from residents.
The $4.5 million, multi-phased project will upsize the water mains and wastewater lines on North LBJ Drive, from Holland Street to Craddock Avenue; on Oakridge Drive, from North LBJ to its dead end; and on Timbercrest Street.
One wastewater lift station on Oakridge Drive will be taken out of service and a second lift station will be upgraded to increase its capacity.
Work is expected to begin in late August and continue until the fall of 2017. During the first six months of construction, North LBJ Drive will be closed to through traffic from Holland Street to Camaro Way.
For information, call the city’s Engineering department at 512-393-8130 or visit the project website here.