Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 6428    Version: 1 Name: Interlocal Cooperation Agreement - Denton County and City of Carrollton, Hebron Parkway (Hamilton Drive and SH121) Reconstructuction
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/14/2023 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/21/2023 Final action: 11/21/2023
Title: Consider A Resolution Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into An Interlocal Cooperation Agreement With Denton County For The Reconstruction Of Hebron Parkway Between Hamilton Drive And Sam Rayburn Tollway (SH 121) In An Amount Not To Exceed $4,350,000.00.
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. Location Map, 3. Supplement Information ICA - Denton County - Hebron Parkway Reconstruction

CC MEETING: November 21, 2023

 

DATE: November 14, 2023

 

TO: Erin Rinehart, City Manager

 

FROM: Jonathan Wheat, P.E., Director of Engineering

                        Marc Guy, Assistant City Manager

 

Title

Consider A Resolution Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into An Interlocal Cooperation Agreement With Denton County For The Reconstruction Of Hebron Parkway Between Hamilton Drive And Sam Rayburn Tollway (SH 121) In An Amount Not To Exceed $4,350,000.00.

 

Body

BACKGROUND:

In November 2022, Denton County’s Transportation Road Improvement Program - 2022 (TRIP-22) was approved by the voters. This program will fund 119 projects in 32 cities and unincorporated areas. The project list includes state highways, arterial streets within cities, safety improvements and county roads and bridges. The City of Carrollton has three approved projects with multiple phases in each project: Hebron Parkway, Frankford Road and the eastbound Frankford Road Bridge.

 

This interlocal cooperation agreement provides funding for the reconstruction of Hebron Parkway between Hamilton Drive and Sam Rayburn Tollway (SH 121). Design is scheduled to begin in 2024. The total cost for design, construction and associated costs is estimated at $8.7 million.

 

FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS:

Under the terms of the interlocal agreement Denton County will provide up to $4,350,000 for this section of Hebron Parkway.  Any additional costs beyond the scope of the agreement will come from City funds.

 

IMPACT ON COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY:

This project will support the City Council’s strategic objectives and vision of building a community that families and businesses want to call home by:

                     Sustaining quality of life - The replacement of substandard street pavement on Hebron Parkway should increase traffic mobility and safety;

                     Sustaining day-to-day operations - The replacement of substandard street pavement should reduce the need for non-scheduled or emergency repairs.

 

STAFF RECOMMENDATION/ACTION DESIRED:

Staff recommends that City Council approve a resolution authorizing the City Manager to enter into an interlocal cooperation agreement with Denton County in an amount not to exceed $4,350,000.