The Cibolo Valley Drive Reconstruction project will begin on Aug. 1, according to Cibolo officials.

City Council on June 14 approved a project contract with D and D Contractors in the amount of $8.1 million. The project is being paid through the Street Maintenance Tax, which is a portion of sales tax that is appropriated to spend on city roads.

According to city staff, the project will be broken into seven segments with the first section running from Everyday Way to the Panda Express on Cibolo Valley Drive.

During construction times, lanes will be reduced and the city is working with Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD to ensure traffic changes have a minimal effect on school traffic.

Project work is estimated to take 12-14 months to complete, and more information can be found on the city website.

The following Cibolo Valley Drive construction segment timeline is tentative and subject to change based on weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

Summer 2022

  • Segment 1: Everyday Way to Panda Express

  • Segment 2: Panda Express to the westernmost intersection with O.G. Wiederstein Elementary School

  • Segment 7: Springtree Cove to Old Wiederstein Road

Fall 2022

  • Segment 5: Green Valley Road to Springtree Bluff

  • Segment 6: Springtree Bluff to Springtree Cove

Winter 2022

  • Segment 4: Legacy Traditional School to Green Valley Road

Spring 2023

  • Segment 3: westernmost intersection with O.G. Wiederstein Elementary to Legacy Traditional School