Town East Estates Phase II
August 30, 2021: The contractor has completed all work on Aloha Drive, Luau Street, Eastbrook Circle, Charles Drive, Parkside Drive, Bamboo Street, and Anthony Drive and concrete repair continues on Eastbrook Drive, Lagoon Drive, Lagoon Circle, Emerald Drive, and Bahamas Drive. Seabreeze Drive, Flamingo Way from Bahamas Drive to East Meadows Boulevard, and Tradewinds Drive from Flamingo Way to Bahamas Drive have just been released for construction.
April 2, 2021: The contractor is continuing work on Aloha Drive, Luau Street, Easbrook Drive, Charles Drive and Anthony Drive.
March 10, 2021: The contractor is finishing up the work on Aloha Drive and Luau Street and has recently begun work on Eastbrook Drive, Charles Drive and Anthony Drive.
February 12, 2021: Town East Estates Phase II project is also underway and progressing at expected pace. Currently, the contractor is working on Aloha Drive and Luau Street.
December 3, 2020: The contractor has started work. The first streets they will be focusing on are Aloha Drive and Luau Drive.
This page is dedicated to street repairs in various neighborhoods in the Town East area. Repairs in this neighborhood are funded through the Real. Texas. Roads. program and covers repairs on the following streets:
|BAMBOO||TOWN EAST||U.S. 80|
|LAGOON||DEAD END (2427 LAGOON DR)||FLAMINGO|
Expected Construction Process - Full Depth Concrete Repair at Selection Locations:
City staff will determine what areas of the street and sidewalk are in moderate to severe condition and the concrete at those locations will be removed and new reinforced concrete will be poured at those locations. This will not replace entire streets, but will rather replace only the moderate to severe locations of pavement failure. The concrete identified for replacement will vary in size and length. After the concrete is removed and replaced, the contractor will grade, place sod and clean up the area disturbed by the construction.
Real. Texas. Roads. is the program name for the road repairs funded by the $125 million bond sale approved by voters in November 2015. Repairs under this program are limited to residential, 2-lane roadways. Click here to see information on the entire program of road repairs.