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Posted on: June 16, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Construction to Begin on Final Phase of Square Streetscape Project

In order to expedite the completion of the project, the City is combining construction Phases 3 and 4 of the Granbury Town Square Streetscape, Pavement, Drainage & Pavement Marking Improvements. This final phase will begin following the completion of Phase 2 early next week.

A new traffic control pattern will be put into place with the start of this phase:
• Pearl St. will be closed to through traffic between N. Lambert St. and Brazos St.
• Houston St. will be closed to through traffic between E. Bridge St. and E. Bluff St.
• Crockett St. will be closed to through traffic between E. Bridge St. and E. Bluff St.
• Access to the Hood County Courthouse parking lot entrances on Houston St. and Crockett St. will be from Bridge St.

The combined Phases 3 and 4 will consist mostly of sidewalk work, with some street work and minimal waterline work. Lighting, tree planting, and other small additions will be done at the end.

Drivers and pedestrians on the square should follow instructions of posted safety and detour signage, and not cross construction barricades.

The Fourth of July Parade will be able to safely retain its normal route traveling east down Pearl St., turning north on Crockett St. and then west on E. Bridge St. For more information about the Fourth of July Parade, contact the Granbury Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, visit the Downtown Streetscape Project page. On this page, you will find news releases, project updates, renderings of the final design, progress photos, and answers to frequently asked questions. Any additional questions regarding the project should be directed to the City’s public information officer, Bethany Kyle, at (817)573-6764 or

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