Downtown Streets Project

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Watch the video at the right side of this page for an overview of the project and click 'Subscribe' to receive regular project updates.

In 2011 the Historic Downtown Advisory Board created the Downtown Vision which became the road map for Historic Downtown Cedar Hill. In January of 2020, City Council approved the Downtown Complete Streets Master Plan and funding for Phase 1 Construction. The purpose for the Downtown Complete Streets Master Plan is to:

  • ensure that the entire right-of-way is planned, designed, constructed, operated and maintained to provide safe access for all users;
  • provide wider sidewalks that are connected, programmed on-street parking, street trees, street lighting and street furniture in a manner that is cohesive throughout Old Town Square; and
  • replace aging infrastructure and relocate above ground electric utility lines to underground.

View the Downtown Complete Streets Plan here.

Watch the video at the right side of this page for an overview of the project and click 'Subscribe' to receive regular project updates.

In 2011 the Historic Downtown Advisory Board created the Downtown Vision which became the road map for Historic Downtown Cedar Hill. In January of 2020, City Council approved the Downtown Complete Streets Master Plan and funding for Phase 1 Construction. The purpose for the Downtown Complete Streets Master Plan is to:

  • ensure that the entire right-of-way is planned, designed, constructed, operated and maintained to provide safe access for all users;
  • provide wider sidewalks that are connected, programmed on-street parking, street trees, street lighting and street furniture in a manner that is cohesive throughout Old Town Square; and
  • replace aging infrastructure and relocate above ground electric utility lines to underground.

View the Downtown Complete Streets Plan here.

  • Atmos Completes Utility Upgrades Ahead of Phase I Construction

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    Atmos Energy began work in the downtown corridor in June, upgrading their delivery system from a low pressure system to a high pressure system which will provide better service to the businesses and property owners in the downtown area. They have coordinated their work with the City so that their new improvements will not be in conflict with the future street reconstruction projects. Atmos' work is expected to wrap up in September 2021.

Page last updated: 03 August 2021, 12:53