Check out upcoming, ongoing and recently completed projects.

Brass Nail Road expansion

This project expands Brass Nail Road and extends Grace Crossing. Storm sewer construction is complete, and concrete pavement has been added to Grace. Construction began in June to add pavement, storm sewers and drainage ditches.

Timeline: June-December

Cost: $1.34 million

Funding source: city of Conroe

Signal upgrades

Conroe City Council awarded $798,207 to install flashing yellow lights, per Texas Department of Transportation standards, at 28 locations across the city Oct. 24. The city is still working on awarding contracts.

Timeline: October 2019-January 2020

Cost: $798,207

Funding source: city of Conroe

1. Pollok Drive and Conroe Park Drive rehabilitation

Work is 75% complete to rehabilitate the existing asphalt on Pollok Drive and Conroe Park Drive with concrete pavement. Pavement replacement on Pollok Drive southbound is complete.

Timeline: late February-December

Cost: $7.4 million

Funding sources: Conroe Industrial Development Corp., city of Conroe

2. Frazier, Silverdale streets’ sidewalks

Sidewalk construction to connect Frazier Street to the park at Candy Cane Lane (2A) and First to Seventh streets along Silverdale Street (2B) is 85% done. The project also includes improving sidewalks along North San Jacinto and West Dallas streets as well as adding ramps. The project is currently on hold while another sidewalk project on Wilson Road is completed.

Timeline: June-December

Cost: $400,622

Funding source: city of Conroe

3. FM 1314 repair

Work to repair the base, pavement marking and wearing surface of asphalt along FM 1314, or Porter Road, between Hwy. 105 to Loop 336 is 93% complete. The contractor is Smith & Co., and the project is expected to be completed before 2020.

Timeline: April-December

Cost: $1.74 million

Funding source: TxDOT

4. Camelot Street extension

Work to construct 2,600 feet of concrete pavement and storm sewers along Camelot Street to Sgt. Ed Holcomb Boulevard is substantially complete. Contractor Triple B Services is working on paperwork to close out the project. The project was originally meant to be completed by August.

Timeline: May-December

Cost: $1.26 million

Funding source: city of Conroe