SAN ANGELO, TX – The City of San Angelo's Communications Department released the Sep. 2021 Street Report on Aug. 8. The following is a wrap up of the report.
Active Street Projects
- Bell St.: The Bell St. Reconstruction Project is nearing completion as the $22 million rebuild is ahead of schedule and will be completed by the end of the year. The utility rehab of the road is completely finished but the roadway construction needs just a little more time. Contractor Reese Albert Inc. stated in the report that roadway construction is 90 percent complete. The project was to reconstruct the roadway as well as relocate and replace utilities down Bell St. Currently the curbs and sidewalks have been poured all the way to Roosevelt St. and the street has been paved all the way from the Old Ballinger Highway to Bryan St.
- Southwest Blvd.: The $5.9 million project will consist of a mill and overlay drainage and reconstruction work. The portion of Southwest Blvd. at the low water crossing near McDonalds is nearly finished and is expected to be open before the end of September. Up the road at the Southland intersection crews are currently working on finishing the street. This intersection will be completed in approximately 10-12 weeks. There is also work being done at the low water crossing near Tractor Supply to Loop 306. This entire project is expected to be finished in Apr. 2022.
- Downtown Chadbourne St.: In downtown San Angelo the road construction is still on-going down Chadbourne St. Street construction is 99 percent complete and the sidewalk construction is 100 percent. The only thing left is traffic signals, lighting, and landscaping. Crews are currently working on the traffic signals. As for the landscaping, due to Winter Storm Uri plants were unavailable. They are expected to be in very soon and install is anticipated to begin in mid-to-late Sep.
- N. Chadbourne St. from Loop 306 to 43rd St.: One of the busiest roads in San Angelo is North Chadbourne. From the major traffic brought major damage to the road over the years and now it is time to completely reconstruct the roadway. Crews have already replaced 100 percent of the water mains and are now working on sewer main replacement. They are currently around 15 percent done with the sewer lines. Following that they will rebuild the roads. The street portion of the project is nearing bid stage.
Future Street Projects
- Edmund/Glenna/29th St.: Currently this project is in design phase. It will consist of mill and overly, reconstruction of the roadway, and utility rehab.
- Rio Concho Dr.: City staff will be approaching the City Council on Sep. 9 in an attempt to have a full-depth reclamation of the roadway.
- College Hills Loop 306 to Ave. N: The design phase of College Hills is 90 percent complete and will be an $8 million project that will give the busy road a major facelift. The project will reconstruct the roadway, restructure the drainage system, upgrade the underground utilities, signalized intersection upgrades, and ADA approved sidewalks and ramps.
- S. Chadbourne St. Ave. L to Ave. B: Currently this project is in design phase. It will consist of the reconstruction of the roadway.
- Jackson St. Knickerbocker to RR Tracks: 75 percent of the design phase is complete. This project will consist of reconstruction of the roadway.
- Howard St.: By the spring of 2022 the design plan will be complete. The Howard St. project will be mostly mill and overlay but engineers will be pulling core samples the roadway to verify what material is under the roadway and its current condition.
- Sunset Dr.: The $11.8 million dollar project will go from Loop 306 near Academy to Foster Road. The design for the road will be contracted by the end of the year.
Down the Road
- East Harris Street
- Johnson Street
- Christoval Road
- S. & W. Washington Street
- Avenue N
- Smith Boulevard