End in sight for construction on Main, Mill streets in Old Town Lewisville after storm-related delays

A construction project is expected to come to a close in late April on Main and Mill streets in Old Town Lewisville. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)
A construction project is expected to come to a close in late April on Main and Mill streets in Old Town Lewisville. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

A construction project is expected to come to a close in late April on Main and Mill streets in Old Town Lewisville. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

Crews are wrapping up landscaping and streetscaping on three major stretches of road in Old Town Lewisville as the Main and Mill project comes to a close.

Work was expected to come to a close in late April after February storms delayed parts of the project.

The total project encompasses a portion of Mill Street extending from Purnell Street to just past Walters Street; a stretch of Main Street from Mill to the rail station to the east; and the portion of Charles Street in front of the MCL Grand Theater performance venue.

Timeline: January 2019-April 2021

Cost: $8.5 million


Funding sources: city of Lewisville, North Central Texas Council of Governments