Colleyville: City moves forward with preparation for Storm Drainage Master Plan
The City of Colleyville has approved a professional service agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates for the preparation of a Storm Drainage Master Plan. The project is expected to take 12 months to complete.
The agreement specifies six tasks including: 1) Project Management, 2) Existing Conditions Evaluations, 3) Proposed Conditions Evaluations, 4) Public Outreach, 5) Preparation of Final Document, and 6) Review of City’s Existing Drainage Criteria/Post Construction Ordinance/Best Management Practices.
Included in the project is review of the City’s low water crossings at Jackson Road, Bedford Road, Oak Knoll Drive, Cheshire Drive, and Martin Parkway and an improvement recommendation for each one. Additionally, Kimley-Horn will conduct neighborhood studies at Tara Plantation, Bill Simmons, Bluebonnet/Cherry Lane, and LaVaca at Precinct Line. The City has up to two additional areas that can be added to the study during the process.
Projects such as these reflect Colleyville’s efforts to look forward and prepare for the future of the City and the safety of its residents.