City of Kyle Neighborhood Cleanup Event Saturday!

The City of Kyle invites all Kyle residents to bring their bags, bulky waste and the junk piling up in the corners and drop it off for free at the Neighborhood Clean-up Event from 8-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19 at Gregg-Clarke Park. 
 
City of Kyle residents that reside within the city limits will be required to: 

  • Bring a photo ID 
  • Bring a City of Kyle Utility bill 
  • Be prepared to help unload at the drop site 
  • Wear a face mask 

Those dropping off items can enter Gregg-Clarke Park on Gregg Road by the Post Office. They will be directed on where to unload materials and items by City Staff and volunteers.

No Food Truck Today

Dear Neighbors,

After a scheduling mishap on the vendor side the food truck that had offered to come to our neighborhood today is not not able to do so.

Sorry to those looking forward to today and we will work to get the next one in soon.

Kind Regards,

Walterleaf HOA

Pool now open at regular hours

Don’t forget your pool key card!  It is required for entry, with or without the lifeguards present.

Guarded Hours:

SAT/SUN:

  • 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM

MON-FRI:

  • 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM

*The pool will be open with your key starting at 5 AM each day and will be closed at 9 PM.

The danger of exposure to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 exists. The association cannot ensure that any surface is germ-free. By entering the pool, you take responsibility for your own protection including for disinfecting your hands and any surface you touch. Do not use the pool if you have a cough, fever or other symptoms of illness.
Maintain at least 6 feet between you and other people who are not a part of your household.

Wear a face covering when you are not in the swimming pool.
No guests allowed. Waterleaf Falls residents only.

Pool Open With Limitations Starting Saturday May 23

Following recent changes to the local laws we are able to open the pool up with certain restrictions.

Per governmental order, at least through June 3rd, the maximum capacity of the pool is 56 people (25% of standard capacity)

The pool will be open in shifts of two hours with 30 minutes in between sessions for wiping down and disinfecting the pool area:

  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
  • 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
  • 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

The first 56 people in line will be allowed into the pool as long as they have a pool card and are up to date on their dues. At the end of the two hour shifts the pool will be closed for cleaning and everyone inside will need to exit at that time. Please keep in mind that this means that if you arrive and are allowed in AT 10:30 AM that you will be asked to leave at 11:00 AM when the next cleaning is scheduled so plan to arrive at the beginning of a two hour shift.

Typically we do not reach that type of attendance during normal pool use but we expect a lot of popularity at this time. Please honor the requests of the Lifeguards and remember that they are here to keep everyone safe. Please show them respect and appreciation for helping us to manage the pool use during this crisis.

The danger of exposure to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 exists. The association cannot ensure that any surface is germ-free. By entering the pool, you take responsibility for your own protection including for disinfecting your hands and any surface you touch. Do not use the pool if you have a cough, fever or other symptoms of illness.
Maintain at least 6 feet between you and other people who are not a part of your household.

Wear a face covering when you are not in the swimming pool.
No guests allowed. Waterleaf Falls residents only.

Any violation of these rules will result in the pool being closed. Thanks for your help to keep this neighborhood safe!

Waterleaf Falls HOA

Wastewater Treatment Plant Update

City of Kyle Engineering Department – Project Update and FAQ’s

Project: KYLE Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

Physical Address: 941 New Bridge Drive

Summary: The Kyle Wastewater Treatment Expansion project increases the capacity of the current 3.0 million gallons per day facility to a 4.5 million gallon per day capacity treatment facility.

Timeline: Construction activity started April 13, 2020 and included the following activities:

  • Contractor site assessment
  • Access road preparation from Heidenreich Lane to City of Kyle plant site
  • Site clearing for contractors’ trailers, light and heavy equipment storage, PEC electrical connections, temporary water and wastewater services

Contractor: Archer Western Contractors, LLC

Contact info for questions/concerns:

Yvonne Gil-Vallejo, Project Manager,

713-213-2328

ygilvallejo@cityofkyle.com

For updates on this and other CIP projects visit https://www.cityofkyle.com/cityengineer/city-kyle-capital-improvement-projects-cip-updates

FAQ

  • Where will workers access the site and where will they park?
    • Contractor access will be from an entrance located on Heidenreich Lane. The contractor and their crews will park all vehicles on property where the wastewater treatment plant is being expanded.
  • Will the existing plant remain open during construction?
    • The Kyle wastewater treatment plant will remain open and operation throughout the construction phase
  • When will the work be completed?
    • Per the construction contract the contractor will be allowed to work Monday through Friday between 7am to 6pm. The contractor may request to extend the number of workdays or work hours and will be considered before being allowed to do so. Construction will take 650 days to complete.

Background:

The City of Kyle owns and operates the Kyle Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) which was purchased from Aqua Texas in 2015. The facility is located at 941 New Bridge Drive. The existing plants have a combined rated capacity of 3.0 million gallons per day (MGD) and discharges its treated effluent to Plum Creek. The two existing WWTPs were put into operation in 2000 and 2006.  The WWTP saw an average daily flow above 75 percent of its current rated capacity for over three consecutive months. In response, the City initiated engineering and financial planning for expansion of the plant per Texas Administrative Code (TAC), 30 TAC§305.126(a).  The Kyle WWTP expansion project will increase the plant’s capacity from a permitted average daily flow (ADF) of 3.0 MGD to an ADF of 4.5 MGD.  The WWTP expansion project includes headworks (screening and influent pumping), secondary treatment, tertiary treatment, and solids management (digestion) facilities to meet the 4.5 MGD discharge permit and residuals disposal requirements.

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