SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Concho Avenue and Chadbourne Street intersection will be closed for approximately three weeks beginning Tuesday, Jan. 12.
A press release from the City of San Angelo said this is part of the Chadbourne Street improvement project to replace aging infrastructure and improve pedestrian access in downtown San Angelo.
The project extends from the Concho River bridge to Beauregard Avenue.
Construction will happen in three phases, with the first beginning at the bridge and extending through the Concho Avenue intersection. This will require road closure and detours.
Estimated project completion is July 2022.
Access to all businesses in the construction zone will be marked with signage on where to enter. In the release, the City encouraged citizens to continue to support local businesses during the construction period.
The project scope generally includes concrete street reconstruction, ADA accessible sidewalks, traffic signal replacement, pavement markings and signage, street lighting, landscaping, storm drains, utility adjustments and a large ADA ramp structure to connect the Chadbourne Street corridor to the Concho River trail system, the release said.
This project is funded by the City of San Angelo and a transportation alternatives set-aside grant, administered by the Texas Department of Transportation.
The City is actively seeking additional grant funds to continue this streetscape project to the Houston Harte Expressway.