Streets and Drainage Improvements

Street maintenance crew makes repairs on asphalt street.

In the 2017 bond election, Cedar Hill voters approved $10 million in general obligation bonds for infrastructure improvements, including roadway and drainage, traffic signals, street lighting, intersection upgrades, and landscaping along US-67. These projects will be initiated over a period of 5-7 years.

This year, the City will complete $1.5 million in street repairs and preventative maintenance. Concrete and asphalt repairs are prioritized based on a 2017 pavement management study, which evaluated street conditions. View specific streets scheduled for repair or maintenance on the map below.

Map of planned street repair and maintenance projects

In the 2017 bond election, Cedar Hill voters approved $10 million in general obligation bonds for infrastructure improvements, including roadway and drainage, traffic signals, street lighting, intersection upgrades, and landscaping along US-67. These projects will be initiated over a period of 5-7 years.

This year, the City will complete $1.5 million in street repairs and preventative maintenance. Concrete and asphalt repairs are prioritized based on a 2017 pavement management study, which evaluated street conditions. View specific streets scheduled for repair or maintenance on the map below.

Map of planned street repair and maintenance projects

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