Work on replacing concrete pavement on Flintridge Drive was completed in August, and the road reopened to traffic as of Aug. 20, according to Montgomery County Precinct 3. Final work such as striping and replacing the asphalt shoulder was still being completed at that time.

The work took place east of the George Mitchell Nature Preserve entrance.

According to The Woodlands Water Agency, the work was needed because of a sewer break that happened in December that was repaired in February for $300,000. The road repairs needed at the site began in June and were finalized in late August, according to agency officials as of Aug. 25. The cost for those repairs is about $200,000, officials said.

Timeline: June-August

Cost: $200,000

Funding source: The Woodlands Water Agency