Downtown Streetscape Project
On this page you will find news releases, project updates, renderings of the final design, and progress photos for the Downtown Streetscape Project. Any additional questions regarding the project should be directed to City of Granbury Public Information Officer Bethany Kyle at (817)573-6764 or
3/13/2017 - Concrete has been placed at the Houston St. and Bridge St. future parking areas and all of the planned concrete curb and gutter has been placed. The Houston St. and Bridge St. intersection has been constructed and brick paver installation will begin this week. Sidewalk formwork is in progress and concrete placement will begin next week. Due to General Granbury's Birthday Celebration there will be no construction work on the square Thursday (3/16) to Sunday (3/19).
3/1/2017 - Phase 1 work is on schedule and approximately 40% complete. Water Main installation is completed and existing concrete and pavement removals will be completed this week. Electrical conduits (lines) for the new pole lighting is completed. Irrigation conduits (lines) and valves for the new trees will be completed this week. Form work for the new concrete curb, gutter and parking areas is ongoing and concrete placement will commence late this week. Intersection form work is commencing. Upcoming work includes sidewalk replacement, curb ramp replacement, and asphalt paving.
The Granbury Downtown Streetscape Project construction began February 6, 2017 and is scheduled to be completed in September 2017. The City of Granbury was awarded a grant for the streetscape improvements on the square as part of the State’s Transportation Alternative Program (TAP). The project involves sidewalk, lighting, street and landscaping improvements on the square.
Granbury Town Square Streetscape Construction to Begin February 6, 2017
Includes information regarding the overall phasing plan, construction plans, and project timeline.
Phase 1 Progress Photos
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Project Phases Map
The project will take place over the course of four phases. This map shows what areas of the square are part of each phase.
Final Design - Overhead 3D Rendering
This rendering shows an angled overhead 3D view of the final design.
Final Design - Overhead Map
This rendering shows and overhead view of the final design including a map key for the placement of design elements.
Bridge Street Design
Crockett Street Design
Houston Street Design
Pearl Street Design
Each of the four streets included in the project has a street view rendering of the design.
How long will this project take?
The project began February 6, 2017 and is scheduled to be completed in September 2017.
How many phases are there in this project?
As shown on the Phase Map, there are four phases in this project. Each phase is scheduled to take approximately two months.
Will there be construction work overnight or on Saturdays?
Will I still be able to go downtown and visit downtown businesses? There will be construction periodically on Saturdays and on rare occasions overnight. Keep an eye on this page and our City of Granbury social media accounts; we will post an update when a Saturday work day or overnight work is scheduled.
Yes, the phases of the project are designed so that no more than one intersection is closed at a time, ensuring access to and through the square. Construction crews will also ensure that there is always a way around construction work so that visitors can get into all businesses during business hours.
Will the construction work prevent downtown events and parades?
No, it will not. On the weekend of a parade or large event, construction will stop the Thursday before the event and not begin again until the following Monday. Events will be coordinated around the current phase's construction zones.
Will there be less parking once the project is finished?
the completed plan does not remove any parking spots.
Will there be more lighting once the project is finished?
Yes, there will be 17 addition lampposts on the side of the square where the businesses are located once the project is complete.
This map, courtesy of Visit Granbury, shows where available parking is located downtown during Phase 1 construction.