The City of Nassau Bay Public Works Department has a range of projects planned for FY2021-22. From park improvements to infrastructure rehabilitation, residents will notice our crews and partners at work throughout the year.
Read on to learn more about individual efforts, the associated costs, anticipated completion timelines and more.
PARKS – PALM TREE REMOVAL ON NASA ROAD 1
Completion date: Completed
While this process is still in progress, all palm trees on NASA Road 1 from Upper Bay to Lakeside have been removed.
Photo of the palm trees prior to removal, and an updated photo of the median following the removal of the trees.
PARKS – DAVID BRAUN PARK PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT
Completion date: May 11, 2022
This equipment is available for kids in two age groups - ages 2-5 and ages 5-12.
1) TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD-FUNDED WATER AND SEWER LINE REHABILITATION
MAJOR EFFORT: TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD-FUNDED WATER AND SEWER LINE REHABILITATION
Start date: February 7, 2022
End date: February 2023
The combined cost of both TWDB-funded projects is $2,598,582. The project has a one-year/365 day timeline.
UPDATE (September 2022) - 11,332 linear feet of water line has been installed.
September 2022 - With 10 areas of roadways improved, traffic and drainage have improved throughout the city.
August 2022 - Project in progress.
PUBLIC WORKS – STREET REHABILITATION AND ANNUAL PAVING IMPROVEMENTS
Project 1 in progress - read more under "Current Projects" tab.
Start date: May 2022
End date: December 2022
The second portion of the Street Rehabilitation project will address an additional 31 areas throughout the city. Areas will be solidified following engineer assessment of the proposed areas – they are subject to change.