The City of Austin Public Works Department is currently in the process of designing the Meadow Lake Boulevard street extension project.
In accordance with City Council Resolution No. 20160421-036, this project will add connectivity for residents in the neighborhood by extending Meadow Lake Boulevard from Misty Slope Lane to Quicksilver Boulevard. The project will include sidewalks, protected bicycle lanes and other traffic improvements to provide better access to Perez Elementary School.
- Design Phase: June 2017 - May 2021
- Bid Phase: May 2021 - Oct. 2021
- Construction Phase: Target Oct. 2021 - Oct. 2022
Dates are projected as accurately as possible but are subject to change.
- Protected two-way bike lanes
- Installation of sidewalks
- Two one-way travel lanes
- Street lighting
- Parallel parking
- Water and wastewater lines
- Storm drain
- Detention pond
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- View presentation from the Oct. 5, 2021 public meeting in English and Spanish.
- View presentation from June 12, 2018 public meeting at Perez Elementary School
Water Shut-Outs: There will be temporary water service shut-outs that will impact five lots near the project site. The project inspector will hand out written notices to affected residents 48 hours prior to the shut-outs. The inspector will coordinate with the contractor to schedule the shut outs at the least disruptive time to the residents.
Traffic: Traffic impacts will be minimal. This project area is undeveloped and outside of the current traffic area. Driveways will not be blocked during the project. The project team will work with the contractor to make sure construction truck traffic impact is minimized as much as possible.
Residents may notice an increase in truck traffic due to construction material delivery. The majority of work hours will be Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Contractor may work weekends from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. if necessary. The project will comply with the City’s noise ordinance.
Dario Octaviano, Project Manager
Ramiro Hernandez, Project Inspector
Matt Hart, Public Information