The City of New Braunfels has scheduled an open house-style public meeting to inform residents about the upcoming Goodwin Lane/Conrads Lane Improvement Project,
which was approved by voters during the 2019 Bond Election. This come-and-go Open House meeting to learn more about this project is set for November 15th, 2021, from 5:30 to 7:30pm at the NBU Service Center located at 355 FM 306.
This $21.4 million project includes widening Goodwin Lane from two to three lanes from FM 306 to Conrads Lane, with additional turn lanes at main intersections, as well as sidewalks and drainage improvements (including the low water crossing at Alligator Creek). The project also includes roadway and drainage improvements on Conrads Lane between Goodwin Lane and the TxDOT improvements at I-35. Additionally, this project is being coordinated with NBU’s FM 306 Discharge Line & Pump Station Expansion Project as well as the proposed Alligator Creek Trail project.
“Construction on this project is scheduled to follow NBU’s waterline improvements with drainage and roadway work expected to begin in the summer of 2022 and an anticipated completion in the summer of 2024, weather and other factors permitting,” said New Braunfels Public Works Director Greg Malatek. “This Open House event gives residents an opportunity to review the roadway alignment, see project schematics, and ask questions of the design team and City Staff.”
Again, the Open House to learn more about this project is set for November 15th, 2021, at 5:30pm at the NBU Service Center located at 355 FM 306. New Braunfels city staff and project consultants will be on hand to answer questions about the project and its effect on traffic and drainage. NBU staff and project consultants will also be on hand to answer questions about the waterline improvements on Goodwin Lane and Conrads Lane. For more information, please visit the Goodwin Lane/Conrads Lane Improvement Project website.