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Drainage improvements

Greenville Loop Rd paving to begin
Greenville Loop Road repaving will begin on Sept. 8 and require nightly lane closures, from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. [Read more...]
Inland Greens drainage improvements complete
Work to install substantial drainage improvements and a ¾-mile walking path at Inland Greens is now complete. The next phase of the project will begin next spring and will include renovating nine holes of the par-3 course, landscaping, a parking lot, building upgrades, a playground and other amenities. [Read more...]
Portion of Patricia Drive closed
Work has begun on a $5.4 million stormwater project in the Wisteria-Clearbrook area. As part of the project, Patricia Drive between Clearbrook and Sharon drives will be closed for 90 days beginning Aug. 24. [Read more...]
Portions of College Acres, Racine Dr to close
There will be some closures Aug. 10-14 on parts of College Acres Drive and Racine Drive so crews can install drainage improvements and repave the roadways. [Read more...]
Overnight closures on Greenville Loop
Work will begin on repaving Greenville Loop Road as part of the city's 5-year Plan on July 19 with the installation of drainage improvements. As a result, portions of the road will be fully closed from 9 p.m. - 7 a.m. from July 19-24. [Read more...]
Lincoln Forest drainage project complete
Drainage improvement project in the Lincoln Forest neighborhood is now complete - weeks ahead of schedule! [Read more...]
Portion of Gillette Dr closed
A portion of Gillette Drive is temporarily closed as crews work to replace a damaged drainage pipe. The project is expected to take several weeks to complete. [Read more...]
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Lincoln Forest stormwater project nearing completion
Drainage improvements in the Lincoln Forest neighborhood are nearing completion.
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Stormwater drainage improvement projects
City stormwater crews are working on replacing deteriorating drainage pipes in several areas. Most often, these old pipes in neighborhoods were put in place before the area was annexed into the city limits and there was no stormwater maintenance program.
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