Several Public Works projects will take place soon and could affect your daily commute. Here’s a list of projects going on and how they might impact your travels:

Peytonville Striping Work
Our crews will also be conducting striping work at the intersection of Peytonville Avenue and FM1709. Weather permitting, work will occur on March 13, 2023, from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Please drive safe and give our guys the room they need to make Southlake Beautiful.

N. White Chapel Boulevard Asphalt Repair
Our crews will begin to repair the asphalt at the 2500 block of N. White Chapel Blvd. starting March 14, 2023, from 9:00am to 5:00pm, weather permitting. Please be aware that traffic may move slower than normal during these times. Please seek alternate routes.

Eastbound SH 114 Lane Closures
TX Dot informed us late this afternoon that Eastbound SH 114 from Davis Boulevard to Dove Road will have various lanes closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Saturday, March 13-18, for construction activities, weather permitting. Alternate routes are advised.


This week on N. White Chapel Boulevard, irrigation is being installed in the medians. Also, this week, the installation for the street light bases is on schedule to be completed.

Sidewalk crews continue to install the sidewalk and the retaining wall, which is located on the west side of the road. Please keep in mind that traffic is now switched to allow crews to start work on the east side of the road when work is complete on the west side.

The masons are working on the capstones for the screening wall, and once that is complete, they will start installing the stone face on the retaining wall located on the west side.

This project is expected to be completed by summer 2022, weather permitting.

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Concrete paving operations for the northbound lanes of North White Chapel Boulevard are expected to begin later this week.

The intersections of North White Chapel Boulevard and San Saba Drive and North White Chapel Boulevard and Mission Drive will be closed starting Tuesday, December 14 for approximately 10 days as crews work to finish the paving at these intersections. Emerald Boulevard and Diamond Boulevard will remain open and will afford unimpeded access to the neighborhood during the street closures.

The temporary closure of Ascot Drive is expected to occur during the CISD Winter Break. It should be reopened before the start of the spring school session.

Drivers are encouraged to seek alternate routes as travel delays will occur.

For more information and updates, please follow the Southlake Mobility Facebook page.


The paving portion of the N. White Chapel Boulevard Widening Project is 65% complete.

All work for underground utilities and drainage, including the inlet boxes, is also complete.

Currently, masons are finishing up the back side of the screening wall along the east side of N. White Chapel Boulevard.

Last week, irrigation adjustments were made to residents’ back yards and topsoil was delivered to the site for landscaping.

Cement stabilization is set to take place over the next few weeks, weather permitting.

The N. White Chapel Widening Project is scheduled to be completed by spring 2022, weather permitting.

For more N. White Chapel Boulevard construction updates, follow the Southlake Mobility Facebook page or sign up for the Mobility e-newsletter.

Work on N. White Chapel Boulevard is on the move.

Contractors have finished the excavation process for the northbound lanes and utility crews are finishing up installing the remaining storm lines and water connections.

Plans to install curb inlet boxes on the east side of the road are in the works.

Final adjustments will be made to the elevation within the next two weeks.

Paving of the northbound travel lanes is expected to be completed within the next three months, weather permitting.

The N. White Chapel Widening Project is scheduled to be completed by spring 2022, weather permitting.

For more N. White Chapel construction updates, follow the Southlake Mobility Facebook page or sign up for the Mobility e-newsletter.

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