Johnson Road Improvements Project

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Keller Public Works is in the process of developing plans for Johnson Road between Hallelujah Trail and Rhonda Road that would combine a handful of needed improvements into a single project. When completed, this project is expected to include road reconstruction, drainage upgrades, pedestrian amenities, a roundabout at the Johnson/Keller-Smithfield intersection and replaced water lines. 

 

 NEXT MEETING

City Council will receive an update on this project during the work session of their regular meeting scheduled for

Tuesday, Nov. 5

The work session will begin at 5 p.m. in the Pre-Council Chambers of Keller Town Hall, 1100 Bear Creek Pkwy.

This discussion will focus on the input that staff has received on this project in providing direction for key elements such as lane configuration, drainage and pedestrian infrastructure. No formal action will be taken.

 

 

The first public input meeting for this project was held Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019 at Keller Town Hall. Meeting attendees heard from Public Works staff and the professional engineering consultant team on this project as they reviewed options for various enhancements and their pros and cons. That presentation also included conceptual drawings, and residents learned how options would impact the construction timeline and price tag as well as individual properties along Johnson with regard to things like right-of-way. 

That meeting was followed by a six-week public commenting period online that allowed residents to review a recording of the meeting as well as a PDF of the presentation before providing comments through an online form.

Public Works will now develop a final draft concept for the Johnson Road project that will be presented during a second public input meeting and see additional City Council discussion before a final concept is ultimately voted upon in late 2019. The second public input meeting has not yet been scheduled. 

 

First Public Input Meeting

The first public input meeting for this project was held Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019.

 

First Public Commenting Period

Following the first public input meeting, public comments and votes regarding various aspects of the project up for consideration were accepted online from Aug. 23 to Oct. 4, 2019.