Tarrant County commissioners approve agreement with city of Colleyville to fix 15 roads

Street view of Village Lane in Colleyville
All 15 streets undergoing maintenance as part of the interlocal agreement between Colleyville and Tarrant County will cost nearly $825,247. (Bailey Lewis/Community Impact Newspaper)

All 15 streets undergoing maintenance as part of the interlocal agreement between Colleyville and Tarrant County will cost nearly $825,247. (Bailey Lewis/Community Impact Newspaper)

Tarrant County commissioners unanimously approved interlocal agreements with Colleyville to resurface 15 roads throughout the city.

At their Feb. 1 meeting, commissioners approved the interlocal agreement with the city itself, along with an agreement to actually begin the work, according to the agenda items. The Colleyville City Council approved the agreement at its Jan. 18 meeting.

The agreement will rehabilitate and resurface Tinker Road from Pleasant Run Road to 70 feet east of Kingston Drive, and Jackson Road from Oak Knoll Drive to 500 feet south, the agenda item states. In addition, the interlocal agreement will partially rehabilitate and resurface Sherwood Lane from Jackson Road to Hickory Hill Street, and Spring Hollow Street from Cheek Sparger Road to Sherwood Lane.

Resurfacing will be done on Allendale Street from Cheek Sparger Road to Sherwood Lane; Deepwood Road from Cheek Sparger Road to Hickory Hill Street; and Hickory Hill Street from Spring Hollow Street to the dead end, according to the item.

Carisbrooke Court, Cumberland Court, Eaton Circle and Wilton Woods Court will all be resurfaced from Martin Parkway to the cul-de-sac, the item states.


Glendale Drive from Cheek Sparger Road to Martin Parkway; Oxford Court from Scarborough Lane West to the cul-de-sac; West Scarborough Lane from Glendale Drive to Martin Parkway; and Beckley Court from Scarborough Lane West to the cul-de-sac will all be resurfaced as well, according to the item.

According to the Colleyville City Council’s Jan. 18 agenda memo about the interlocal agreement, Colleyville partners annually with Tarrant County for street maintenance work.

Tarrant County will be responsible for the labor and equipment needed to fix the roads, while the city will cover the costs associated with removal of excess material, new materials, construction materials testing, traffic control, flaggers and disposal fees, the memo states.

All 15 projects will cost a total of nearly $825,247, according to Colleyville’s cost sheet.
By Bailey Lewis
Bailey Lewis covers the cities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake, as well as Keller, Roanoke, Westlake, Trophy Club and northeast Fort Worth. In December 2020, she graduated from the University of Oklahoma with her Bachelor's degree in journalism. Previously, she worked and interned for various publications, such as Local Profile, the OU Daily, Malheur Enterprise and News21. When she's not writing, she enjoys spending time with her cat and watching documentaries.