City Council approves expanding Grapevine Golf Course waterline

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The new waterline, shown with the dotted yellow line, will connect the course's existing line with the system for the Linkside Townhomes subdivision. (Courtesy city of Grapevine)

The new waterline, shown with the dotted yellow line, will connect the course's existing line with the system for the Linkside Townhomes subdivision. (Courtesy city of Grapevine)

The Grapevine City Council approved an expansion of the waterline under the city-owned Grapevine Golf Course.

A new 3,000-foot waterline will be constructed for the project, according to information at the Feb. 1 council meeting. The new waterline would connect the course’s existing waterline, which was constructed in 2021 to provide fire protection to the golf course clubhouse, with an existing water system in the Linkside Townhome subdivision, according to city documents. This will create a “looped feed to both the clubhouse and the developments north and east of the FM 2499.”


The project will cost about $1.1 million, according to city documents.
By Samantha Van Dyke
Samantha Van Dyke is Community Impact's DFW Metro Reporter. She previously served as managing editor of The Arkansas Traveler.