The city of Pflugerville will begin construction on its Heatherwilde Roadway Rehabilitation Project on Nov. 18, the city announced Nov. 16. The project was initially projected to kick off Oct. 28 before the improvements were delayed until November.

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 rehabilitation of Heatherwilde Boulevard from Pfennig Lane to Pecan Street, Acanthus Street, Gazania Drive, Hughmont Drive, Laurelleaf Drive and Sweetwood Song Drive, per city documents.

Work on Heatherwilde Boulevard will run from Nov. 18 through the end of February, city spokesperson Maggie Holman confirmed in a Nov. 16 email. Rehabilitation efforts on surrounding neighborhood streets included in the project's scope are expected to begin in early December and continue past the end of February, Holman said.

Construction crews will close off lanes one at a time, with signage indicating changes in traffic for vehicles. For additional information, contact the Pflugerville Public Works Department at 512-990-6400.