Capital Improvement Project
The City of Windcrest is in the 3rd year of its Streets Improvements Plan and your street has been selected to be improved this year. Please find attached map showing the streets to be improved.
You may have also notice the Contractor has been doing some preliminary work on your street. As with all construction there may be some inconveniences, and we will make every effort to limit those inconveniences.
Please click this link for the Street Improvement schedule and this link for the corresponding map.
The City of Windcrest has experienced significant pavement distress on roadways across the city as a result of the recent record drought conditions. The drought and recent rains have activated the severe shrink-swell behavior on the soils on which the city's roadways are built.
To enhance the quality of life for city residents and improve as many lane miles of distressed pavements as funding allows, the city has begun a prioritized, multi-year Roadway Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). This is the first such program ever initiated by the city. The program aims to patch potholes and failed pavement sections, seal pavement cracks, resurface pavements, reconstruct roadways, and repair sidewalks and drainage in some areas.
The city has committed to a total CIP budget of $3.5M, with plans to spend approximately $1.75M this fiscal year, including planning, design, and construction. As part of the Roadway CIP, the city has selected Raba Kistner, Inc.
of San Antonio to support the city staff in the management and oversight of the program.
Below are the major roadway CIP projects completed for FY 15-16 (October 2015 - September 2016):
Windcrest Dr at Windsong
Crosswind Dr (Fourwinds to Galewind)
Candleglo (Midcrown to Golfcrest)
Winfield Blvd / Winfield Cir
Fawndale Ln. (west end to Parkcrest)
For the latest CIP updates, click here. Click here to view the most updated map.
Click here for Takas Park Pond Project
Click here to view the Investment Program for the City of Windcrest CIP
Click here to view the Construction Process for recycling road materials.
Click here to view the Portland Cement MSDS.
Click here for a Full Page Map