Riverside, Oakhurst and East Fort Worth Water and Sewer Improvements
- Project typeWater and Wastewater Improvements
- Project value$3,758,755.00
Existing water and sanitary sewer mains will be replaced in an area bound by Goldenrod Avenue to the north, Haltom Road to the east, Interstate 30 to the south and North Sylvania Avenue to the west. Landmarks include Gateway Park and Fort Woof Park to the east, Sylvania Park to the northeast, Mount Olivet Cemetery to the northwest and Riverside Park and Harmon Field Park to the west.
This project is in Council District 4, Council District 8 and Council District 9. Construction will impact customers in the Riverside, East Fort Worth and Oakhurst areas. The neighborhood associations include the Neighborhoods of East Fort Worth, Riverside Alliance, Vintage Riverside, Riverside Business Alliance and Oakhurst.
Council District 4
Wayne Street from East 1st Street to Goddard Street (sewer)
Council District 4 and Council District 8
Gilmore Street from Beach Street to Wayne Street (water and sewer)
Goddard Street from North Beach Street to Haltom Road (water and sewer)
Council District 8
Riverside Drive from Interstate 30 to Booker Street (water and sewer)
Council District 9
Grace Avenue from Belknap Street/US Hwy. 377 to Airport Freeway (water and sewer)
Pittsburg Place from Grace Avenue to west 155 feet (sewer)
North Sylvania Avenue from Marigold Avenue to Goldenrod Avenue (water)
Blandin Street from Daisy Lane to Honeysuckle Avenue (water and sewer)
Aster Avenue from Blandin Street then 409 linear feet east (water)
Carnation Avenue from North Sylvania Avenue to Blandin Street (water and sewer)
The Texas Department of Transportation has required that the existing water main that is currently attached to the Riverside Bridge be removed to facilitate the proposed rehabilitation of the bridge. The proposed water main relocation – which involves tunneling underneath the Trinity River – will require permits from the Texas Department of Transportation, United States Army Corps of Engineers, Texas Regional Water District and the Texas Historical Commission. This affects the Council District 8 Riverside Drive segment.