Flower Mound Town Council approves two construction projects

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Flower Mound Town Council approved the construction of two new trails, Pink Evening Primrose Trail and Edgefield Trail. (Courtesy Pexels)

Flower Mound Town Council approved the construction of two new trails, Pink Evening Primrose Trail and Edgefield Trail. (Courtesy Pexels)

Flower Mound Town Council approved two construction projects at its June 21 meeting.

The Pink Evening Primrose Trail connection will feature a 150-foot pedestrian bridge over Timber Creek and a trail stretching from Gaston Park to Timber Trails Park. The approved maximum price for the trail's construction is $534,610. The construction for the trail is expected to be finished by January, according to interim Town Manager Debra Wallace.


In addition, the reconstruction of Edgefield Trail was approved at a price of $833,040. Paving for the reconstructed road will start at Wood Creek Drive and stretch to Timber Valley Drive. No completion date was mentioned.

Editor's note: This story has been edited to correct an error. The Edgefield Trail project involves reconstructing the road.


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