Starting on Monday January 29, concrete panels will be excavated and replace on Northview Drive, Chamberlain at Memorial and on Carrington Drive. Resident can expect barricades and traffic delays starting on Friday January 26.The construction is expected to take one week. We appreciate your support during this temporary inconvenience.
Railroad Crossings, Rochelle, Blackland, Greenbriar, North Ben Payne, Northview, Carrington and Downtown Fate.
Fate City Council approved a $6.8-million-dollar investment on road repairs and construction during the Monday, December 4 2017 City Council meeting. Several projects included are the reconstruction of the railroad crossing at Riding Club Road, Ben Payne Road and at the Crawford/HWY 66 intersection.Rochelle Road will receive crack seal to maintain the previously improved road. Blackland road will have areas of replacement, asphalt reconstruction, crack seal as well as some drainage work. Greenbriar Road construction will include crack seal and surface repair. Sections of North Ben Payne Road are planned to be repaired prior to the four-lane concrete section planned in the next one to two years. Finally, Northview and Carrington Drive construction includes portions of concrete panel replacement.
Also included is a redevelopment for the Fate Downtown area blocks (FM 551 to Brown and Brown Ave. to Barnes Ave.) to include roadwork and electric and sewer lines. Fate City Council has developed a plan to create quality vertical mixed use developments to make a walkable gathering place for residents to live, work and play that is also financially productive economic development.
The City of Fate held its grand opening ceremony for the New City Hall on Saturday, February 4th, 2017. The New City Hall is located at 1900 CD Boren Parkway, off of State Highway 66, near the Robert Smith Family Park.
Road Construction - COMPLETED
The City Council recently approved a contract for road repairs on Rochelle Road, South Ben Payne, Riding Club Road, and Crawford (see image for project locations).
The repairs include using concrete stabilized base. The contractor will dig down 10 inches into the road, grind it up, and then infuse it with a concrete slurry mix. After which, they will level the mix and overlay it with 3 inches of asphalt.