Capital Projects

Mansfield Road Improvements
This project will be constructed in partnership with Dallas County.

The project scope includes the widening of Belt Line Rd. and Mansfield Rd. from 2-lanes to a 4-lane divided arterial roadway from approximately 600 feet west of the intersection of Belt Line Rd. and Mansfield Rd. to the western city limit (just west of the intersection of Mansfield Rd. and Lake Ridge Parkway), a 12' hike and bike trail, landscaping, and street lighting.
Design for the roadway is complete and advertisement for bidding the project will begin at the end of this month (May).

During the next few months, utility companies will be working on moving and relocating existing facilities out to the new ROW of Mansfield Road.
Project Update


Wintergreen Road
This is a partnership project with Dallas County, and the funding partners include Cedar Hill, Duncanville, DeSoto, TxDOT and Regional Toll Revenue.
The scope of work for this project will be implemented in two phases.

Phase I - Limits from Main Street intersection to 900 feet south along Duncanville Road include intersection improvements, roadway widening, trail, sidewalks, lighting, and drainage improvements.

Phase II - Wintergreen Road improvements beginning at Phase I terminus to Cockrell Hill Road are in the preliminary design phase.

Activity on this project has resumed.  The County will be meeting with the cities to discuss recent and upcoming events.


West FM 1382 Improvements - Safety Lane
This project will be constructed in partnership with TxDOT.

The project scope includes adding one new through lane and making the existing far right lane a deceleration/acceleration lane for the Audubon Center and Northwood University on the southbound side of FM 1382 from Cedar Mountain Preserve to New Clark Road.  Also, a left turn lane and a median opening at Audubon Center is being proposed.
Project design is 60% complete.  The estimated completion of design is Fall 2015.  Construction is estimated to start Spring 2016 and will be complete by Spring 2017.
Lake Ridge Parkway Storage Tank
The project scope includes the construction of a 16" water line and a 2.0 MG storage tank.
Alignment for the water line is being finalized.  Project design is 60% complete.  This project is not funded for construction at this time.


New Water Line - Robinson to Cooper
The project scope includes replacing the existing water lines with new 8" water lines.
Project design is 60% complete.  It is anticipated that the design will be complete by Summer of 2015 and subsequently, the project will be advertised for construction, which will be completed by Spring 2016.


Southwest Water Transmission Pipeline
This is a Dallas Water Utilities project and a portion of it is within the City of Cedar Hill, from western city limit to US 67, along Wintergreen Road.
Project design is in the preliminary phase.


 Valley Ridge Park 8" Water Line Installation
The project scope includes a new 8" waterline in Valley Ridge Park along Sweeping Meadows to near High Valley Road.
Project design is complete.  Construction is scheduled to begin Spring 2015, and estimated to be completed Fall 2015.


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FM1382 Capacity Improvements
This is a project that the City of Cedar Hill has partnered with TxDOT.  The scope of this project entails roadway widening and pedestrian improvements.  FM 1382 has been widened from 4 lanes to 6 lanes from Straus Road to New Clark Road.  Also, a 12' wide multi-use trail and 8' wide sidewalks has been constructed for pedestrian use.
Various roadway lane closures will be necessary to complete the construction, so drivers are urged to maintain caution and watch for traffic delays when driving in this area.

These improvements are in accordance with the City’s Thoroughfare Plan and Park’s Master Plan. 
We appreciate your patience and awareness to the traffic control signs and barricades as the project is completed.
Project Update: The two additional lanes have been constructed and are now open to traffic.  The construction of the trail, retaining walls and sidewalk are substantially complete.  A final project walk through inspection will be scheduled to identify a punch list and finalize the project.

  • February 2014    Construction Start
  • April 2015          Construction End

LAS Booster Stations at Parkerville & Hwy. 67 Water Tanks
The project scope includes installing a chemical feed system and a tank mixing system to improve water quality.
Project is under construction.  The estimated construction completion is Summer 2015.

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) consist of projects that involve the construction of infrastructure and major facilities such as streets, water lines, sewer lines, storage tanks, etc. These investments are essential elements of providing premier service to the City of Cedar Hill and meets the following City Council Premier Statements:
  • *Cedar Hill has Excellent, Safe and Efficient Infrastructure
  • *Cedar Hill is Safe
  • *Cedar Hill is Clean
  • *Cedar Hill has Dinstinctive Character
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