A portion of 10th Street in Plano is set for almost $4.5 million of upgrades.

Plano City Council approved a contract for the replacement of pavement, sidewalks and 1,320 linear feet of water line from N Avenue to Jupiter Road during its Feb. 27 meeting.

The project will also include improvements to the drainage system along 10th Street, according to the agenda item. The item states the system is “undersized” and causes minor flooding when it rains.

The $4.43 million contract was awarded to McMahon Contracting and Construction, and the project will be funded by the city’s 2022-23 street improvements and water capital improvement project funds.

There is no timeline for the project.