Projects

  • Southwest 89th Street Project (SW 89th & SH-4 Intersection) – Contractors have started construction on the intersection of SW 89th & SH-4.  This project includes widening SW 89th from approximately 600’ west of the highway and extending east to Sara Rd.  The project also includes the installation of a traffic signal at SH-4.  During construction, SW 89th will be closed to all traffic east and westbound from SH-4.  This closure is anticipated to last approximately three months.  We understand that the closure is inconvenient for many residents. However, it was necessary for the contractor to meet an accelerated timeline, ensuring the roadway reopens before school starts in the fall. 

  • SH-152 Reconstruction Project (ODOT) – ODOT has begun reconstruction of SH-152 between Mustang and Union City.  The ODOT contractor on the project is TJ Campbell Construction.  TJ Campbell has resurfaced SW 59th West from Clear Springs Road as the detour route for this project.  The contractor plans to begin replacement of the drainage structure along SH-152 in the first phase of their reconstruction.  SH-152 is expected to be closed completely for several weeks during the construction of the drainage structures.   Please follow the detour and construction signage during that time and expect delays when traveling in the area.

  • SH-152 Utility Relocation Projects – Construction is progressing on the utility work to relocate Mustang’s water and sewer facilities along SH-152 in preparation for the ODOT project that will improve the section of SH-152 between Clear Springs Blvd. and Frisco Rd.   The waterline relocations have been completed, and the engineers are working with the contractor to close out the project.  The sanitary sewer relocations are approximately 90% complete and will be completed in June.        

  • 16” Water Infrastructure Project along State Highway 152 Surveyors from Cowan Group Engineering have completed the survey fieldwork along SH-152 in preparation for the design of a 16” waterline that will provide necessary water infrastructure to the west side of Mustang.  Engineers have begun the desktop portion of the survey; once that portion has been completed, the project will move into the design phase. This project is being funded with infrastructure investment funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. This project is being funded with infrastructure investment funds from the American Rescue Plan Act.

          

  • Surveyors in Mustang -The City of Mustang has contracted with Cowan Group Engineering to survey its current manholes and sewer piping. Work began in October 2023 and will continue through June 2024. Some residents may see the surveyors walking through neighborhoods and in utility easements. Cowan Group surveyors will wear vests and drive vehicles marked "Cowan Group." Should you have any questions, please contact Mustang City at (405) 376-4521.

     

  • Southwest 89th Street (Highway 4 to Mustang Road) – Engineers have completed the design for the expansion of Southwest 89th Street. The project includes all of Southwest 89th Street between Mustang Road and Highway 4, the far south portion of Mustang Road from the railroad tracks south to Southwest 89th Street, and Southwest 89th Street just east of Highway 4. This project was included in the Sales Tax Extension approved by voters on August 23, 2016. The project will begin upon completion of the Southwest 89th and State Highway 4 intersection improvements.

  • Mustang Multimodal Phase 1 Project - Cowan Group Engineering has completed the survey and begun the design of Phase 1 of the Mustang Multimodal Plan.  The first phase of this project will provide protected sidewalk connectivity between Mustang Public School facilities within the city limits and the Town Center.  The design & environmental clearance process is anticipated to take 15 months.  Construction is anticipated to begin in Nov. 2025. More information about Mustang’s Multimodal Continuity Plan can be found here: https://www.cityofmustang.org/article/1240322 

  • Mustang Trails Project - The Mustang Trails Project will provide a walking trail between SH-152 on the west side of Fire Station #1 and the existing walking trails in the SW Corner of Wild Horse Park.  The survey has been completed, and the project has moved into the design.  The design & environmental clearance process is anticipated to take 15 months.  Construction is anticipated to begin in Nov. 2025.   This walking trail was included in the Imagine Mustang Comprehensive Plan.  Information on the 2017 Imagine Mustang Comprehensive Plan can be found here: https://www.cityofmustang.org/documents/2017-comprehensive-plan/396233