2020 Bond Program
Bond Program Schedule
In November 2020, North Richland Hills voters overwhelmingly approved $49,875,000 in bonds for street improvements. The bond program will allow the city to reconstruct 27 streets including portions of Glenview, Iron Horse, Bedford-Euless, Chapman, Lariat and others, and will not require an increase in the city’s property tax rate. The reconstruction projects will be phased in over the next 5 to 7 years. Our commitment to voters is to deliver high quality improvements in a timely manner and within budget. Please check back for periodic updates, as schedules are subject to change. Questions may be directed to Public Works at 817-427-6400 or by email.
Major / Collector Street Projects Schedule
Glenview Drive West Design Phase
On January 25, 2021, the City Council approved a professional services agreement for engineering design services with Binkley & Barfield, Inc., for the Glenview Drive West Project. This project will reconstruct the roadway from Honey Lane to the western city limit. The existing 4-lane asphalt roadway will be replaced with reinforced concrete pavement and sidewalks will be added. Following the engineering design work, the project will go out for construction bids in 2022. View Council Meeting video and memorandum.
Bedford Euless Road Design Phase
On January 25, 2021, the City Council approved a professional services agreement for engineering design services with Kimley Horn & Associates, Inc., for the Bedford Euless Road Project. This project will reconstruct the roadway from just east of Boulevard 26 to Strummer Drive. The existing asphalt roadway will be replaced with reinforced concrete pavement and sidewalks will be added to the south side of the roadway. Based on the Vision 2030 Transportation Plan recommendation, the roadway will be reduced from the current 5 lanes to a 3-lane configuration. Following the engineering design work, the project will go out for construction bids in 2022. View Council Meeting video and memorandum.
Iron Horse Boulevard East Design Phase
On September 13, 2021, the City Council approved a professional services agreement for engineering design services with Halff Associates for design of the Iron Horse Boulevard East Reconstruction Project. This project will reconstruct Iron Horse from Rufe Snow Drive to York Street. The existing roadway will be replaced with reinforced concrete pavement and sidewalks will be added where currently missing. Based on the Vision 2030 Transportation Plan recommendation, the bulk of the roadway will be reduced to a wide two-lane configuration with a raised median. Following the engineering design work, the project will go out for construction bids in 2022. View Council Meeting memorandum.
Residential Street Projects Schedule
Noreast Drive and North Hills Drive
On March 22, 2021, the City Council approved contracts with Apex Construction Inc and Texas Materials Group Inc, dba Texas Bit, for the reconstruction of 2 residential asphalt streets - Noreast Drive and North Hills Drive. Apex Construction was hired for the removal and replacement of designated portions of curb, gutter, drive approaches, and sidewalks (where present). Texas Bit will perform subgrade and asphalt work. This includes removal and replacement of the existing roadway pavement, treatment of the subgrade in accordance with geotechnical recommendations specific to each project site, and placement of new asphalt pavement. NRH Public Works will be replacing the existing water and sanitary sewer mains located beneath the roadway pavement prior to any paving work taking place. View City Council Meeting memorandums: Apex Construction, Texas Bit
North Hills Drive Update: After the replacement of underground utility lines, concrete curb and gutter rehabilitation, and stabilization of the subgrade, North Hills Drive was repaved with a new asphalt surface during the first week of September.
Noreast Drive Update: Underground utility improvements and concrete curb and gutter rehabilitation is complete. Crews will begin on Oct. 25 milling up the old asphalt surface. This will be followed by work to stabilize the roadway’s subgrade. After the subgrade work is complete, a new asphalt surface will be put in place. Noreast Drive will remain open to neighborhood traffic during this project. Door hangers about this project were recently distributed to homes on Noreast Drive. Motorists who do not live on Noreast Drive should consider taking an alternate route while the roadway is being reconstructed. Please slow down and watch for workers if you must travel in this area.
Diamond Loch West Courts: NRH Public Works began underground water and sewer main replacements on October 4. We anticipate this utility work to take about 4 weeks to complete.
- North Hills Drive
- Southampton Drive
- Nob Hill Drive
- Sierra Drive
- Post Oak Drive
- Bedford-Euless Road
- Glenview Drive (Honey Lane to west city limit)
- Iron Horse Boulevard (2 segments: Browning Drive to Rufe Snow Drive; Rufe Snow Drive to York Street)
- Lariat Trail (2 segments: Meadow Lakes Drive to Riviera Drive; Circleview Drive to dead end)
- Main Street (Amundson Drive to Amundson Road)
- Windhaven Road (Starnes Road to Overton Park)
- Harmonson Road (Dawn Drive to drainage channel)
- North Richland Boulevard
- Chapman Road (Rufe Snow Drive to Brookshire Trail)
- Noreast Drive
- Ruth Road
- North Hills Drive
- Meadow Oak Drive
- Diamond Loch West (2 cul-de-sacs: from 3840 to 3900; from 3857 to 3901)
- Pearl Street (Freda Lane to alley)
- Southampton Drive
- Stonybrooke Drive (Stephanie Drive to Crestview Drive)
- Dawn Drive (Onyx Drive N to Glenview Drive)
- Nob Hill Drive (West of High Oaks to dead end)
- Kirk Lane (Northfield to Kirk Court)
- Wood View Drive
- South Crest Drive
- Sierra Drive
- Crystal Lane (Northeast Parkway to Kara Place)
- Daniel Drive
- Lake Side Circle
- Post Oak Drive (Briarwood Drive to Hightower Drive)