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COVID-19

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Road Closures

5 Alerts
October 13, 2021

Part of South Wheeler Street to close

South Wheeler Street will close for pavement repairs between Murray and River streets Oct. 13 and will remain closed for five days, weather permitting.
All businesses and homes in the construction zone will remain accessible. Through traffic can avoid...

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October 12, 2021

Part of Holly Street to close

Holly Street will close for construction Oct. 13-14 between Crestwood Drive and Anaqua Avenue.
The road will reopen Oct. 15, weather permitting.
Crestwood Drive will remain open. All businesses and homes in the construction zone will remain accessible....

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September 17, 2021

TxDOT to begin BUS 59T pavement resurfacing

(This information is being shared on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation)
As part of the Texas Department of Transportation’s BUS 59T resurfacing project, Hunter Industries will begin pavement milling operations on BUS 59T from Loop 463 to...

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September 9, 2021

TxDOT to begin Navarro pavement resurfacing

As part of the Texas Department of Transportation’s ongoing Navarro median and sidewalk project, Hunter Industries will begin pavement milling operations on Navarro Street from Airline Road to Zac Lentz Parkway.
The contractor will conduct nighttime LANE...

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April 7, 2021

City announces road reduction, next phase of Crestwood Drive project

On April 12, the City will close Crestwood Drive to westbound traffic from Navarro Street to Laurent Street so that improvements can be made. The road will remain eastbound-only for approximately 600 days.

Weather Alerts

2 Alerts
October 15, 2021

Guadalupe River expected to reach major flood stage

The Guadalupe River is expected to flood this weekend due to heavy rainfall upstream, and the Victoria Office of Emergency Management is encouraging residents to exercise caution.

October 14, 2021

Guadalupe River expected to flood

(Information provided courtesy of the National Weather Service)
...Heavy Rain Continues Today Across the Victoria Crossroads and Coastal Bend...
Timing and Overview
Showers and thunderstorms will continue moving southeast toward the coast across much of...

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