Capital Projects

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  2. Projects Under Design
  3. CDBG Projects
  4. Recently Completed Projects
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Texas Department of Transportation (Txdot) - Us Highway 67 Widening

The design and construction of this project is being managed by Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Project Limits - TxDOT graphic

Construction began in September 2017 on the widening of US 67, from Belt Line Road to IH-20, to provide congestion relief and operations improvements to the US 67 corridor. The six-mile project includes widening of the existing 4-lane roadway to a 6-lane roadway and the installation of Texas U-turns at FM 1382 and at Belt Line Road. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2019.

For additional information regarding the US Highway 67 Widening, access the Texas Department of Transportation's project information (PDF) and project fact sheet (PDF). General project information is included in a November 13, 2017, presentation made by TxDOT (PDF).

Ramp and Lane Closure Information

West Fm 1382 Improvements - Intersection Improvements

Construction for this project will be managed by TxDOT:

Willie Bolden, Project Manager
Texas Department of Transportation

The project scope includes:

  1. Constructing a left turn lane and median opening for west bound FM 1382 traffic to enter into the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center.
  2. A traffic signal light will be installed at the entrance of Cedar Hill State Park.
  3. A hike and bike trail will be installed on the south side of FM 1382 connecting the sidewalk at New Clark Road to the entrance road to Cedar Hill State Park.
  4. The highway median is being narrowed on the eastbound side of FM 1382 in the area of Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center and the Newman International Academy at Cedar Hill (NICH), formerly Northwood University. Through traffic will be shifted towards the median which will effectively create the space for a deceleration/acceleration lane for the Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center and Newman International Academy at Cedar Hill.

This project was advertised and awarded, and construction began March 2017. The roadway construction is anticipated to be complete in the winter of 2017/2018.


The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) consist of projects that involve the construction of infrastructure and major facilities such as streets, water lines, sewer lines, storage tanks, etc. These investments are essential elements of providing premier service to the City of Cedar Hill and meets the following City Council Premier Statements: