The Canyon Lake POA’s Year 2 Pavement Improvement Project is anticipated to start in October. Most of this project will take place on the Longhorn side of the community.
Residents whose streets will be affected will be contact by the POA at least one week in advance.
Streets being reconstructed will be closed to vehicular and pedestrian traffic Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. During work hours, residents should park their vehicles in zones outside the area scheduled for reconstruction.
At the June 6 Regular Session Board Meeting, the POA Board of Directors approved 7.8 million for the Year 2 Pavement Improvement Project. The current balance of the Road Reserve and Road Litigation funds is $8,764,000. When the POA moves the funds budgeted for 2022/23 ($2,019,008) to this fund from the Operating fund, the POA will have $10,783,008 to use for this year’s project.
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