News - Capital Improvement Projects

The City of Westworth Village has undertaken a long-term Capital Improvements Program to replace water, wastewater, storm water, and roadway infrastructure, street by street.  As we work through these extensive projects, please keep safety at the forefront of your minds.  Work crews and equipment will inevitably be somewhere in the City over the next two years.  Staff will make every effort to minimize any inconveniences to road and driveway accesses. 

If you or any of your family have any special access needs, please let someone at the City know and we will ensure that the construction company will make every effort to accommodate your needs.  We appreciate your cooperation and patience as we work to improve our community. 

  • 2016 Projects: 

         Lyle Street / Straley Avenue / Trigg Drive infrastructure project has begun (Early 2016).  In conjuction with this project, the                      roadway approaches to Westworth Boulevard on Pecan Drive and Sky Acres Drive will be reconstructed.

         Cassstevens Street roadway and utility lines will be replaced beginning in Spring 2016.  This project will be partially funded by a            Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). 

  • The City Council expects to complete the rebuilding of all streets and infrastructure that has reached the end of its life by 2018.
  • 2017 Projects:

          Alley designs between Dennis Avenue, Carb Drive, Aton Drive, Tracyne Drive, Coleman Street, Pollard Street, Lyle Street,                     Straley Avenue and Trigg Drive. 


On June 25, 2013, the City Council passed Ordinance No. 357, authorizing the issuance and sale of Tax & Revenue Certificates of Obligation, Series 2013.  The funds generated by this sale will be used to continue our street reconstruction process and to improve our water system.  Revenue generated by our gas well royalties will be used to fund the cost of the additional debt.

If you have any questions, please contact City Administrator Roger Unger or Community Development Director David Curwen