Boulevard Fence Replacement Project Phase I and Phase II – Update

The District held a Special Meeting on May 21, 2018 to reviews plans and provide final comments in preparation of authorizing the District’s Landscape Architect to publicly bid Phase I of the fence replacement project at the Board of Directors meeting on June 13, 2018. Assuming that the contract is awarded, as anticipated, at the July 11th meeting, the District expects the work to commence in approximately mid-August. This proposed schedule is subject to change.

As the District works on defining a sequencing schedule once a contract has been awarded for Phase I of this project, updated information will be posted on the District’s website and provided to property owners who are directly impacted. Residents may click on the following link to submit questions/comments: http://www.fbmud146.org/contact/. To view maps of all phases of the fence replacement project click: http://www.fbmud146.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/fbmud146_district_fencing_layout.pdf.

At their May 9, 2018 regular meeting, the Board authorized a proposal from the District’s Landscape Architect to begin the design of Phase II of the fence replacement project (see purple areas identified in map below). Survey work for this phase of the project is expected to begin in the near future.

 

Unauthorized Vehicles Using Community Trails

The District has received an increasing number of reports of unauthorized motorized or electric vehicles operating in various common areas throughout the District, and specifically along the trail in the Oyster Creek Greenbelt. Several residents also have reported damage to their private properties due to vehicle operators “cutting through” their driveways and yards to gain greenbelt access.

Use of the District’s trails and sidewalks is restricted to pedestrian, mobility support equipment (including wheelchairs), and / or bicycle traffic only. The operation of unauthorized motorized or electric vehicles is potentially hazardous not only to the pedestrians on the trail, but to the person improperly operating the vehicle on District property. Please report any unauthorized use to Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office at (281) 341-4665. Violators may be subject to fines and prosecution. Let’s keep our community safe by abiding by the rules!