#CoServ2020 is a communications initiative designed to keep CoServ Members, Customers and communities informed about plans and projects to serve the increased energy demand prompted by the extraordinary commercial and residential growth in CoServ's service territory. This page focuses on Growth Area 7-Kittyhawk, a project planned along the Sam Rayburn Tollway in western Collin County. Click on the image below to access more detailed maps and documents related to this project. Click here for details and updates about other growth areas in North Texas.
CoServ has identified the need for a new substation and transmission line to serve the fast-growing residential and commercial development along the Sam Rayburn Tollway (State Highway 121) corridor in Collin County. The study area is bounded by Eldorado Parkway on the north, State Highway 75 on the east, Independence Parkway on the west and the Hedgcoxe Road/West Bethany boundary on the south.
When CoServ identifies new substation needs, we contact our wholesale generation and transmission provider, Brazos Electric Cooperative, to help determine potential substation sites and to assess potential power transmission requirements to serve the proposed substation. Serving the new substation will require expanding the reach of existing transmission line through a Public Utility Commission process called a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN). Learn about how you can have a voice in the CCN process once it begins.
#COSERV2020 KITTYHAWK TRANSMISSION LINE AND SUBSTATION PROJECT PLANS, UPDATES:
October 2016: Brazos files CCN for Growth Area 7-KittyhawkAugust 2016 Allen American article: Allen ISD opposes Brazos Electric project
August 2016 Dallas Morning News article: Allen ISD opposes utility substation, says it interferes with STEAM center plans
May 2016 Inside the Lines blog: Public meeting for Kittyhawk substation project held in Allen
May 2016 Brazos Electric: Kittyhawk Transmission & Substation Project page
April 2016 PDF: Public Meeting Announcement sent to 300 landowners in the study area
November 2016 Community Impact article: Allen city, school officials oppose Kittyhawk substation proposal