UPDATE: Pflugerville delays Heatherwilde rehabilitation project start date

The planned improvements come as part of the city's 2020 pavement maintenance program, with funding provided by the fiscal year 2019-20 streets and drainage budget. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The planned improvements come as part of the city's 2020 pavement maintenance program, with funding provided by the fiscal year 2019-20 streets and drainage budget. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The planned improvements come as part of the city's 2020 pavement maintenance program, with funding provided by the fiscal year 2019-20 streets and drainage budget. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

UPDATED: Oct. 29, 1:05 p.m.

The city of Pflugerville has delayed the start of its Heatherwilde Roadway Rehabilitation Project to a yet-to-be-determined future date, staff confirmed in an Oct. 29 email. Additional information is anticipated to be released by the city next week.

UPDATED: Oct. 27, 4:19 p.m.

The city of Pflugerville has delayed the start of its Heatherwilde Roadway Rehabilitation Project until Nov. 4, staff confirmed in an Oct. 27 email. Additional information regarding which specific components of the improvements will begin Nov. 4 will be released in the coming days, staff said.

ORIGINAL POST


The city of Pflugerville will begin work on its Heatherwilde Roadway Rehabilitation Project on Oct. 28, the city announced Oct. 23. The planned improvements come as part of the Pflugerville 2020 Pavement Maintenance Program, with funding provided by the fiscal year 2019-20 streets and drainage budget.

Pflugerville City Council approved a $1.3 million construction contract Sept. 22 with QA Construction Services Inc. for the rehabilitation work.

The scope of the project includes Heatherwilde Boulevard, Sweetwood Song Drive, Hughmont Drive and Gazania Drive. Acanthus Street and Laurelleaf Drive were approved as two alternatives listed in the scope.

For additional information, contact the Pflugerville Public Works Department at 512-990-6400.



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