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Street Closures & Projects

May 7, 2021: Bunny Rabbit Road will be closed on 600 block from Valle Vista to Powder Horn from Monday 5/10/21 through Wednesday 5/12/21 for utility repair.

April 15, 2021:The intersection of W. Clinton and S.19 will be shut down overnight (Thursday 15th) due to roadwork repair. The road closure will not extend into S.19 traffic but will affect the intersection. Please plan on taking a detour route around the closed area. Anyone located within the area of construction will have access maintained to their homes and businesses. We thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure. (Same intersection as April 5, 2021 entry)

April 13:TxDOT will be closing Prairieville Street between Mack and Lakeside streets on Tuesday, April 13, beginning around 8:45 a.m. The project should take one day, but could stretch to two days depending on the weather.

Please plan to use an alternative route during the closure.

April 6, 2021: Please be aware that N. Prairieville from Scott St. to Baker St. will be closed today (4/6/21) due utility maintenance. It will reopen tomorrow. We appreciate your patience.

April 5, 2021:The intersection of W. Clinton and S.19 (but will not extend into S. 19 traffic) will be closed from Wednesday, April 7th to Friday, April 9th for underground utility work. Please plan on taking a detour route around the construction area between the hours of 7AM to 7PM. Anyone located within the area of construction will have access maintained to their homes and businesses. We thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure.


March 22, 2021: E. Clinton will be shut down from Lucas Dr. to Richardson St. beginning Tuesday, March 23, from 7AM to 7PM for underground utility work. Please plan on taking a detour route around the area of construction. All homeowners and businesses located within the area of construction will have access maintained to their driveways. We will notify everyone when the shutdown has ended. We thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure.

March 19, 2021:The intersection of Lucas Dr. and E. Clinton will be closed Monday, March 22, for underground utility work. Plan on taking a detour route around the area of construction from 7AM to 7PM. Please be mindful of your speed and have precaution as E. Clinton will have one lane open for traffic. Contractors will have road signs and traffic cones in place for guidance. We thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure.

March 15, 2021:Please be advised: Cream Level Rd from Edmonson St to Wood St will be shut down overnight 3/15/2021-3/16/2021 for street cut repair due to utility repair.

March 10, 2021: We will have Cream level rd shut down for a majority of the day between Edmonson St and Wood St for utility work.

March 9, 2021:The intersection of Lindsey Ln. and E. Clinton will be closed for traffic on Wednesday, March 10, for underground utility work. Please plan on taking a detour route around the area of construction from 7AM to 7PM. Traffic cones, signs, and flaggers will be set in place for guidance on E. Clinton as only one lane will be open for traffic. Thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure.


March 3, 2021: The intersection of Laird Ln. and E. Clinton will be open tonight for through traffic. It will be closed for tomorrow, March 4, from 7AM to 7PM. Please plan on taking a detour route around the construction area. Road crew will set up traffic cones and flaggers for traffic control on E. Clinton. Please use precaution as one lane will be open on E. Clinton for traffic. We thank you for your patience as the City upgrades our utility infrastructure.

March 2, 2021:Cream Level Rd. will be closed for through traffic tonight, March 2, 2021 due to road repair work. Please plan to take a detour route around road work. All homeowners that live on Cream Level Rd. will have access maintained to their driveways. Please use precaution as road cones and signs will be put in place for guidance. Once work is complete we will update everyone. We thank you for your patience as the City works on maintaining our roadways.