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Local News

Kerrville City Council holds ribbon cutting for recent Street drainage improvements

todayApril 6, 2022

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The Kerrville City Council held a ribbon cutting recently to kick off drainage improvements, part of the Master Drainage Improvement plan approved by City Council in 2019.

This project consists of drainage improvements to help address storm water runoff in that area.

The Lower Louis Street drainage project was designed by Hewitt Engineering, Inc. and contracted to be built by M&C Fonseca. 

Initial work on the $1,768,775 project began January 3, 2022 with brush clearing and channel shaping, and an access ramp was constructed to allow machinery to enter the channel for maintenance.

The project will include sections of open earthen channel and concrete box culverts which will be used to connect to the existing culvert crossing under Guadalupe Street, ultimately draining into the river. 

The project has an expected completion date of July 2, 2022.
In other City news, on the agenda for the Planning and Zoning Commission’s next meeting is a Zoning Request Change. 

The specific item pertains to changing the zoning from RE Residential Estate District to R3 Multi-family Residential District on a 36.28 acre parcel located at 2601 Medina Highway (Case PZ-2022-13). 

Details of the proposal can be found at the link listed at

The P&Z meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 7, at 4:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers


Written by: Michelle Layton

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