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The Engineering Division reviews all preliminary and final plats, re-plats, subdivision construction drawings and various capital improvement project drawings for compliance with codes, regulations, standards and adequacy of permit applications. The division also coordinates inspection services of infrastructure installation in new subdivisions and for various capital improvement projects.
The Rosewood Extension Project consists of the completion of Rosewood Drive from its current southern terminus to Chaparral Rd. This includes the construction of a bridge approximately 700’ in length across Trimmier Creek as well as Heritage Oaks Hike & Bike Trail, Segment 3 from Trimmier Creek Bridge to Purser Family Park in Harker Heights. Tentative completion date August 2020.
The GIS Division is the City’s geographic information system solution that collects, analyzes and delivers GIS information to internal and external audiences. The division acts as the repository for over 1.6 million GIS records of City assets, like water and sewer infrastructure, facilities and parks, and the supporting attribute data for each. GIS partners with the Bell County Tax District, the Central Texas Council of Governments and the Bell County 9-1-1 Center to maintain accurate land ownership, addresses and growth records as well as long-range transportation plans. Through a series of maps and map layers, City staff and the public are able to access citywide GIS data like city boundaries and road maps and parcel specific information like zoning, voting precincts and trash collection schedules.