Woodhurst Drive was originally constructed in the late 1970s, and, through analysis of all streets within the city, it was determined that this residential street is in need of reconstruction.
The project will include sewer, water, and drainage improvements, as well as full pavement and sidewalk replacement.
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The ramps, sidewalks, street crossings, and intersections associated with this project will be replaced and will look different than before. The City of Coppell is making these updates to comply with ADA requirements that allow people with disabilities to use public right-of-ways safely and without barriers. Learn more on the Accessible Intersections page.
In late 2020, City Council approved a design contract with Westra Consultants, LLC in the amount of $359,500. The Water/Sewer Enterprise Fund will be utilized to cover the portion of the project that relates to utility design, $96,382. The balance of the design cost, $263,118, will be funded from the quarter-cent sales tax fund.
It is estimated that the complete reconstruction of this street will cost approximately $4.8 million.