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About Capital Projects
Capital improvement projects are major improvements to City facilities and infrastructure. Such projects may include the construction and renovation of:
- Drainage structures
- Water and wastewater infrastructure
- City facilities
Capital improvement projects are funded through the City's annual budget. Some of these projects may require years of planning and construction while others may be completed in a shorter timeframe.
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Parking Lot: Johns/Main - $5,000
Rehab of City/ISD/Chruch Parking lot. Pavement, Landscaping and Signage to match TBD design standards. Approx 2,400 SY.
Parking Lot: Plant Street Paving - $460,000
The city recently purchased a portion of this lot from LCRA. This will be a rehab of the parking lot. Pavement, Landscaping, and Signage to match TBD design standards. Approx 2,000 SY.
Sidewalk FY22: Oak Park/Frey/Bandera - $1,432,500
Sidewalk Extension for Oak Park, Frey, and E. Bandera is currently under design.
Sidewalk FY23: Bentwood Area - $30,000
Sidewalk Extension for Bentwood, Terrace, and Deer Creek. Locations as shown on AAMPO study.
Sidewalk FY23: Flats Area - $55,000
Sidewalk extension for W. Highland, W. Hosack, and portions of W. Theissen. Locations as shown on AAMPO study.
Street Extension: Buc-ee's Way - $750,000
Per existing DA agreement.
Street Improvements: MPO Cascade Caverns Project - $1,000,000
Cascade Caverns, Scenic Loop (IH10 to Cascade), and Old San Antonio project as submitted to MPO in 2021.
Drainage: Adler Road Culverts at Currey Creek and No-Name Creek - $955,000
Per Drainage Master Plan (DMP) project #1, improve low water crossings along Adler Road to enhance safety and mobility. This project includes street reconstruction, curbs, sidewalks, and driveway approaches as needed.
Drainage: Old San Antonio Street at Menger Creek - $1,362,000
Per 2022 Drainage Master Plan (DMP) project #5D, improve low water crossing at Old San Antonio Street to enhance safety and mobility. This proposed project includes street reconstruction, curbs, sidewalks, and driveway approaches as needed.
See project details: Drainage at Old San Antonio/Menger Creek.
Suggs Creek Sewer Main - $1,200,000
The City has executed two separate development agreements involving the extension of a new sewer main crossing IH-10 along Suggs Creek. This new main will serve the Regent Park development, the Buc-ee's development, and more.
Scenic Loop Sewer Main Replace and Extend - $1,530,000
The City has executed an agreement to provide long-term wholesale sewer service to WCID #3A (Corley Farms). This will require the replacement (oversizing) of an existing gravity sewer main and extending a new main along Scenic Loop Road, crossing IH-10 to the School Lift Station. The developer is funding this work via lump-sum payments to the City per our DA.
Ammann Road Water Tank and Pump Station - $500,000
The Ammann Road Water Tank and Pump Station will be a GBRA delivery point for the City to meet the future water demands in this area due to new developments. Location of a water source in the George's Ranch area is necessary to provide fire flow in that portion of our distribution system. This location also provides for increased reliability in the eastern part of the City where the service growth is highest. Includes the cost of land acquisition.
See project details: Ammann Road Water Tank and Pump Station.
GBRA Ammann Road Main - $250,000
Water main is required to deliver GBRA water to the future Ammann Road Water Tank and Pump Station. GBRA will require that the City fund the extension from the GBRA transmission main to the City's tank/pump station site. This should be a reimbursement to GBRA. Costs are not yet determined.
Fire Station No. 2 - $8 Million
The City of Boerne is actively planning and budgeting for a second Fire Station for the Boerne Fire Department. The $8 million project will be funded through cost shares with developers and the City's general fund. In anticipation of the second fire station, the City has begun hiring additional fire staff and purchasing apparatus to operate the station upon its completion, which is expected to be before 2028.