City of Sugar Land delivers on Voter-Approved Drainage Project.

From the City of Sugar Land:

Sugar Land City Council recently approved a $6.5 million construction project for the second phase of drainage improvements in the Sugar Creek subdivision.

The first phase was completed in 2022 and included a new storm sewer and a new water line from the end of Montclair Boulevard to Wellington Drive. The second phase will extend the new drainage line and water line from Wellington Drive to Country Club Boulevard along Montclair Boulevard and from Montclair Boulevard to Power Court along Country Club. The project also includes the replacement of street pavement on Country Club Boulevard from Sugar Creek Boulevard to the city limit.

The construction is expected to begin in March and take about a year to complete.

The drainage work was included in four general obligation bond propositions totaling $90.76 million decisively approved by Sugar Land voters on Nov. 5, 2019.

The projects covering drainage, facilities, mobility and safety included in the propositions were selected based on extensive planning through various master plans, City Council input and the results of citizen satisfaction surveys that indicated drainage, public safety and traffic/mobility are the top three priorities for residents.

Voters approved more than $47 million for drainage improvements, including the $8.8 million Sugar Creek project that includes the upsizing of existing storm sewer pipes, outfall and inlets along with pavement replacement along the entire stretch of Montclair Drive from the outfall at the Centerpoint easement up to Country Club Boulevard.

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