Construction/Maintenance Updates

Posted on: April 27, 2017

Lexington Blvd. & Highlands Section III Drainage Improvements

Update: September 15, 2017

Coles Farm Drive - Closure

Coles Farm Dr. will be closed at Lexington Blvd. until September 29. Coles Farm traffic will be detoured to Colonist Park Dr. The detour is taking place to allow for storm sewer installation and utility relocations. 


Residents are asked to be mindful of work crews, expect traffic delays, and when possible, avoid the area to prevent traffic congestion. Visit its.sugarlandtx.gov for more information on Sugar Land travel time data.

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Update: August 31, 2017

Lexington Blvd. - Traffic Switch

A traffic switch will be implemented on Lexington Blvd. from Colonists Park Dr. to Settlers Way Blvd. on Tuesday September 5. Lexington traffic will be switched to two way traffic on the east bound side of the boulevard to allow for storm sewer installation. This traffic change is expected to last 4 weeks. 

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Pecan Point Drive - Detour

Westbound Pecan Point Drive traffic between Fort Settlement and Vinces Bridge will be detoured to Settlers Way Boulevard from September 5 through September 29. The detour is taking place to allow for storm sewer installation and utility relocation.

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Update: August 24, 2017

Lexington Blvd. – Traffic Switch Postponed

A traffic switch will be implemented on Lexington Blvd. from Colonists Park Drive to Settlers Way Blvd. on Wednesday, August 30. Lexington Blvd. traffic will be switched to two way traffic on the east bound side of the boulevard to allow for storm sewer installation. This traffic change is expected to last 4 weeks.

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Update: August 18, 2017

Lexington Blvd. – Traffic Switch

A traffic switch will be implemented on Lexington Blvd. from Colonists Park Drive to Settlers Way Blvd. on Friday, August 25. Lexington Blvd. traffic will be switched to two way traffic on the east bound side of the boulevard to allow for storm sewer installation. This traffic change is expected to last 4 weeks.

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Update: August 9, 2017

Fort Settlement Dr. - Detour

Southbound Fort Settlement Dr. traffic will be detoured to Colonist Park Dr. and and Settlers Way Blvd. from August 9 through September 15. The detour is taking place to allow for storm sewer installation and utility relocation. 

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Update: June 14, 2017

Lexington Blvd. and Settlers Way Blvd. - Alternating Lane Closures

Alternating lane closures will be taking place at the intersection of Lexington Blvd. and Settlers Way Blvd. from June 14 through June 30. The lane closures are taking place to allow for storm sewer and paving installation.

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Update: May 15, 2017

Lexington Blvd. – Traffic Switch

A 3-month long traffic switch will take place on Lexington Blvd., from Colonists Park Drive to Sugar Crossing Drive on Monday, May 22. Lexington Blvd. traffic will be switched to two way traffic on one side of the boulevard to allow for storm sewer installation.

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Initial Message

The Lexington Blvd. & Highlands Section III Drainage Improvements Project is scheduled to begin in May 2017. Lane closures, detours and limited water service disruptions can be expected.


This project will provide for needed storm water drainage improvements on a portion of Lexington Boulevard, and the adjacent subdivisions of Highlands Section III, and Sugar wood Section II.


The project is expected to be complete by March 2018.

Project: Lexington Blvd. & Highlands Section III Drainage Improvements , CIP DR1604

Project Manager: Ross Woodfin

Engineering Department: (281) 275-2780

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