East of Hwy. 377/Main Street from FM 1709/Keller Parkway to Bear Creek Pkwy.
A conceptual plan was presented to the City Council and the public during October 2018. The implementation plan and conceptual layout were accepted by the City Council at their meeting Dec. 18, 2018. See below for project history.
Timeline / Project Cost
Improvements to the area outlined in the Phase II Implementation Plan and Conceptual Layout include:
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Dec. 18, 2018: City Council accepted the proposed Old Town Keller Phase II Implementation Plan and Conceptual Layout.
Dec. 4, 2018: City Council discussed next steps for the Old Town Phase II project, including early discussion of potential funding sources and construction steps.
Oct. 23, 2018: Kimley-Horn professionals hosted a Community Workshop focused on conceptual plans and initial cost estimates for Old Town Phase II.
Oct. 2, 2018: Kimley-Horn presented conceptual plans and initial cost estimates for Old Town Phase II to the Keller City Council during their meeting work session.
June 27, 2018: Kimley-Horn professionals and city staff hosted the first Old Town Keller Phase II Community Workshop at The Bowden Event Center featuring interactive public input stations, a presentation and live polling of attendees.
June 7, 14, 21 & 28: City staff and Kimley-Horn professionals manned a project information and public input booth during the city's weekly Keller Summer Nights events at Keller Town Hall.
June 5, 2018: Kimley-Horn provided a project update during the Keller City Council work session and conducted live polling of council members to gauge interest in various amenities being considered.
May 9: City staff presented a project overview and public input exercise at the Keller Breakfast Club. Response synopsis included in City Council meeting presentation on June 5 (above).
April 14: Kimley-Horn professionals manned a project information and public input booth during the Keller Crawfish Krawl in Old Town Keller. Response synopsis included in City Council meeting presentation on June 5 (above).
March 5-April 20: An online survey open to the public provided an opportunity for residents, business owners and regular Old Town visitors to provide feedback on priorities for and amenities they'd like to see included in the Old Town Phase II project. This survey had 1,368 respondents. Note: a professional overview/summary of survey results is being drafted by Kimley-Horn and will be added to this section at a later date.
Dec. 19, 2017: City Council unanimously approves contract with professional planning firm Kimley-Horn, for Old Town Phase II design and engineering services
Sept. 19, 2017: City Council unanimously approves FY 2018 budget, including a $150,000 allocation to begin planning for Old Town Phase II
June 8, 2017: Old Town Phase I ribbon cutting
A public input meeting was held March 30, 2016 at Elm Street Studio in Old Town Keller. Citizen discussion was focused on the following elements, as staff asked area residents and business owners what sort of issues mattered most to them in any incoming investments: