In June, Brownwood City Council members approved a nearly $11 million city improvement project which includes street improvements.
Now, street crews are busy repaving and resurfacing all over town.
Phase I of the street improvement project will repave about 12.5 miles worth of streets.
About $4.5 million in bonds were sold for the street project that began the first of the month.
Main roads effected are Fisk Avenue, Main, and Avenue B directly in front of Coggin Elementary School.
"As far as Phase I goes, our priorities are going to be around all the schools, churches, as many high traffic areas as we can," said Street Superintendent, Casey Barker.
Phase I is estimated to cost $2 million, but the city says it is money well spent.
Council members were told it could take up to two years for Phase I to be completed, but street crews are working in multiple places to speed the process.
Phase 2 of the street improvements will not begin until spring.