Pardon our dust.....
We're making Arlington Better!
Hidden Meadows, Thunderbird, & Brockwell will be paved between May 30th and June 17th.
Please remove all vehicles from the street in order for the work to be done safe and in a timely manner.
Your patience is appreciated as we complete this needed work.
For any information on current road projects not found below, or if you have any questions or concerns, call Public Works Office (901) 867-4980
Forrest Street Park Phases 2 & 3
The Town of Arlington was recently awarded a $500,000 matching grant through the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for the continuing development of the Forrest Street Property through the Parks and Recreation Department. The project is now in the environmental review and approval process. Construction phase is projected to begin in Fall 2017.
Donelson Farms Parkway
This is a proposed new portion of road between Airline Road at Donelson Elementary to State Route 385. This two lane addition will help improve traffic flow and provide a straight pathway between Airline Road and State Route 385, "Winfield Dunn Parkway." Kimley Horn Engineering is currently working on the Environmental and Design phase of this project as the Town is looking for funding for construction at an estimate of $1.3 million.
TDOT Project- Airline Road Widening from I-40 South to Brooks River Road
This is a 100% spot safety project by TDOT to widen this portion of roadway to provide a turn lane into the Trails of Arlington and Brooks Manor subdivisions. This project is nearing the construction phase which is currently scheduled to begin Summer/Fall 2017.
Highway 70 to Airline Road Intersection Improvement and Signalization
This intersection is the gateway to the Arlington Industrial area and sees a lot of commercial traffic. The Town awarded the contract for the environmental phase and design to Kimley Horn Engineering as consultants for the project. We do not have funding for the construction phase yet at an estimated cost of $1.4 million.
Airline Road Widening between Hall Creek Bridge and Arlington High School
Like the above project, the Town has awarded a contract for the environmental and design portion only to Fisher Arnold Engineering. The Town is currently looking for money to fund the construction phase of this project at an estimated cost of $2.75 million.