SH 146 Expansion Project
After many years of doubt, the expansion of State Highway 146 will soon become a reality. The expansion of the highway is greatly needed to alleviate daily traffic congestion and will also allow safe passage for motorists during hurricane evacuations. SH 146 is an official hurricane evacuation corridor. Learn More...
Water Plant Relocation
The Seabrook Water Plant Relocation project is underway. The project involves the demolition of the existing 600,000 gallon ground storage tank located on Humble Dr. and the construction of 1,000,000 gallon ground storage tank located off of Lakeside Dr. Project is expected to be compete mid August, 2017.
Sanitary Sewer Improvements
Seabrook Public Works will be making sanitary sewer improvements along Todville Rd. from Brummerhop St. to East Meyer St. Design is underway for this project which involves the replacement/rehabilitation of approximately 6,055 feet of 8 and 10 inch sewer mains using pipe burst and open cut construction methods. The construction will also include the replacement/rehabilitation of manholes, replacing sewer crossings and reconnecting existing sewer services.
Cedarbrook Court Street Improvements
Cedarbrook Court, located just off North Meyer in front of the baseball fields will receive a much needed improvement this summer. Improvements will include replacing the existing old concrete pavement with new 6-inch concrete pavement and 6-inch concrete curbs. Adjacent driveways along the street replacement will be removed and be replaced with 6-inch concrete up to the existing right-of-way. This street improvement is part of an ongoing project funded in part by the Sanitation Franchise Fee transfer for Street Repair and Improvements. Construction is anticipated to start mid June, 2017.
Red Bluff Road Expansion
TxDOT and Harris County is planing a Red Bluff Expansion from Kirby Boulevard to State Highway 146. The purposed of the proposed project is to improve safety and enhance mobility to accomodate existing and expected future growth.
The proposed improvements include:
The total project length is 1.5 miles of roadway. The project requires 0.3 additional acre of right of way; however, no displacement to local residents is expected.
The environmental review, consultation and other actions required by applicable federal environmental laws for this project are being, or have been carried out by TxDOT pursuant to 23 U.S.C 327 and a Memorandum of Understanding dated Dec. 16, 2014, and executed by the Federal Highway Administration and TxDOT. Learn more...