Tarrant County approves amendment to interlocal road work agreement with Grapevine

The amendment to the interlocal agreement includes work related to a parking lot expansion at Oak Grove Park. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The amendment to the interlocal agreement includes work related to a parking lot expansion at Oak Grove Park. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The amendment to the interlocal agreement includes work related to a parking lot expansion at Oak Grove Park. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Tarrant County Commissioners Court unanimously approved at its Jan. 11 meeting an amendment to an existing interlocal agreement between the county and the city of Grapevine to rehabilitate and resurface three roads.

Specifically, the amendment was added to the planned work involving Oak Grove Loop and includes stabilization work on a parking lot expansion at Oak Grove Park, per county documents. The county will be responsible for the stabilization work while, in addition to site preparation, Grapevine assumes responsibility for costs related to grading, installing concrete islands and laying asphalt for the work.


The original agreement, which was approved by the commissioners court on Nov. 16, included rehabilitation and resurfacing work on Oak Grove Loop from West Dove Loop Road to Dove Road; on Snakey Lane between Silver Creek Lane and Kimball Lane; and Hughes Road from SH 121 to Euless Grapevine Highway.

Under the original agreement, the county pays labor and equipment costs while Grapevine is responsible for materials, delivery, freight, fuel and traffic control costs.

There is currently no timetable for the start of construction.

By Stephen Hunt