Street Maintenance

Dove/Ottinger to be Repaired in Early August

Updated September 20, 2019

Reliable Paving will soon be repairing & sealing the stretch of Dove/Ottinger Road between Davis Blvd & the Academy. Repairs will begin August 5th and should take around two weeks, weather permitting.

Please be aware & let your neighbors know we may experience lane closures and detours. Our local cyclists may want to plan a different route during that time. Please call or email the Public Works Department if you require further details.

UPDATE: Crack sealing will go on for the next two weekends (08/31 & 09/07). Once that is complete, crews will begin the re-striping, which should take about a week, weather permitting.

UPDATE: Crack sealing should be finished up this Saturday (09/21). Striping will take place as soon as that is complete.

Roanoke Road to HWY 170 Approach Turn Lane

Updated May 10th, 2019

Work has been completed on the south side of the Roanoke Rd/Hwy 170 intersection. The northbound right turn lane begins further south, and the road has been widened to accommodate the increased traffic. 

April weather is always wild, so thank you for your patience while this project was completed.

Hwy 170 Roanoke Rd Turn Lane

Roadway Notices from Surrounding Cities

  • David Boulevard/1938 - Southlake construction, leaving Westlake

(2-25-19) Expect delays on Davis Boulevard heading into Southlake from Westlake. There’s a whole lot of orange barrels out there. TxDOT is installing drains on Fox Lane which impacts traffic along Davis. One lane will be closed from 9am-3pm. Construction is expected to last around 2 weeks. Please drive with caution.

  • FM 1938/Davis Blvd at Randol Mill - Southlake construction, leaving Westlake

Southlake announced that heavy excavation for the construction of an underground drainage structure along FM 1938/Davis Blvd., south of the Randol Mill intersection in Westlake, began Monday, December 11.

Construction of a large underground drainage structure north of Beam Drive was included in the overall construction project to provide flood protection for the properties downstream of FM 1938. Unexpected site conditions and historic rainfall complications during and after the original installation of these facilities resulting in an extensive investigation. The findings led TxDOT to select a totally different product and type of construction for the replacement of these facilities.

Westlake residents, stakeholders, and motorists traveling through this FM 1938 work zone should expect that storm drain construction will take place behind the existing barricades between Beam Drive and Randol Mill. No lane closures will be necessary; however, construction crews will need to periodically stop traffic to allow vehicles and equipment to enter the work area.

If you have any questions about this project in Southlake, please contact the Southlake Public Works Department at 817-748-8098.

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