The most recent list of roads identified for the City of Cleburne’s Street Maintenance Program, which aims to annually and strategically repair road surfaces and renew older utility lines, is more than halfway completed.
Phase One—which repaired and repaved Willow Creek Road, Oran Avenue, S. Nolan River Road, Third Street, S. Holloway Street, Turner Street, Peacock Street and Yellow Jacket Drive—was completed earlier this year.
Crews have since been working on phase two, which includes the renewal of utility lines before repaving the streets. Doing both processes at once reduces the amount of construction closures in those areas.
So far, utilities have been renewed on Turner, Euclid, Kouns, Boyd and George streets. Utility work is currently occurring in the area of Wilhite, Whitenack and Wilson streets. Turner and Euclid streets are also undergoing additional line renewal work, which is being done by Atmos Energy. The final location for utility renewal and street repaving will be a short section on S. Anglin Street near Third Street.
The City of Cleburne uses data to pinpoint the best budgetary investments for its street network. Since 2019, around 26 miles of roadway have been resurfaced. Learn more about the Street Maintenance Program here.