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City of Tye, Texas

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Water, Sewer and Roadway Projects
The City of Tye will soon begin work on the city's water and sewer infrastructure.  Old water lines are being replaced with new ones throughout the city, while north side businesses will finally have access to sewer with the installation of a new sewer line.  Vali Hi residents will see the addition of new fire hydrants.  Construction on these projects will start around the end of July 2019 and will last for several months.  Laney Homestead residents will see Cecil St repaved and Gibson St paved.

Below are the areas that will see construction work.  There is no specific time frame of when construction work will take place in any one area.  Please drive safely while crews are working.  The speed limit in all residential areas is 20mph and will be strictly enforced while crews are present.  For more information, please contact City Hall at 325-692-8588.
  1. Vali Hi
    Residents in the Vali Hi area will see construction work along Apache, Pueblo, Seminole, Cherokee and Market St. A new water line will be installed along Market St from North St, to the first house in the 1100 block of Market. The water line will tie into an existing line on Pueblo. New fire hydrants will also be added.
  2. North Access Road
    A new water line will be installed along the north side of North Access Road in front of businesses. New fire hydrants will also be installed. A new sewer main will be installed along the creek bed behind the businesses.
  3. Center Part of Town
    Residents on Morgan, Air Base, Coke, Concho, Runnels, Nolan, South and Dummond will see old water lines replaced with new, larger water lines.
  4. East St.
    Residents on East St will see old water lines replaced with new, larger water lines.
  5. North St.
    Residents on North St will see new water lines installed from Osborn to Townsend. The new water lines will be installed along the north side of North St, and will replace the old water lines that run along the alley ways behind the residences.
  6. Laney Homestead
    Residents in the Laney Homestead area, which includes Gibson and Cecil, will not see any water or sewer line construction. However, Gibson and Cecil Streets are projected to be repaved, possibly starting at the end of summer 2019. More information will be released as it becomes available.