December 4th, 2017
Houston City Councilman Dave Martin and the Houston Public Works and Engineering Department hosted a public input meeting Nov. 29 to discuss proposed alignment options and gather input from the surrounding communities for the El Dorado Boulevard Widening Project.
The scope of work includes the expansion of the current two lane roadway to four lanes on El Dorado Boulevard, from Clear Lake City Boulevard to Horsepen Bayou.
For residents who were unable to attend, city officials will continue to gather community input until Friday, Dec. 15 at 5 p.m. the meeting, the alignment options and information about the project can be found on Martin’s website.
The involvement of residents is essential to the process, and the input provided will have an impact on the timeline as well as the look of the overall project, Martin explained. At the end of the comment period, all comments will be evaluated and considered in the selection of the final alignment. Comments should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact the District E office at 832-393-3008 or via email at email@example.com
November 25th, 2017
A public input meeting regarding the El Dorado Boulevard Widening Project will be hosted by Houston City Councilman Dave Martin, the City of Houston Public Works and Engineering Department (PWE), and Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Jack Morman’s office Thursday, Nov. 30, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The meeting will be at the University of Houston – Clear Lake’s Bayou Building, in the Garden Room.
As development has increased in the area, Councilman Martin has received several concerns from residents about future traffic on the section of El Dorado Boulevard, south of Clear Lake City Boulevard to Horsepen Bayou, which is currently two lanes. In response to these concerns, Martin asked PWE to investigate and conduct traffic counts along this section of roadway.
After assessing the traffic counts, PWE determined El Dorado Boulevard is capable of accommodating current traffic. However, Martin believes the widening of El Dorado Boulevard is essential as the area continues to develop. By partnering with Commissioner Morman, the city and county are able to work together and develop three alignment options to improve current and future mobility in this area.
The goal of this meeting is offer residents the opportunity to provide input about these alignment options, as well as address any concerns or wishes for the project prior to finalizing the design.
There will be free parking for attendees in Lot R. Please see the map below for reference. For more information, contact the District E office at 832-393-3008 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.