TABLE V: STREET NAME CHANGES
Ord. No.
Date Passed
Description
Ord. No.
Date Passed
Description
89-02
1-24-89
Changing the name of the following streets:
 
 
Pawnee Trail to Pontotoc Trace.
 
 
Apache Trace to Chiricahua Trace.
 
 
Cherokee Drive to Apache Drive.
 
 
Ridgeview Drive to Oakridge Boulevard.
 
 
Maplewood Drive to Chinaberry Circle.
 
 
Cedar Drive to Walnut Circle.
 
 
Tejas Drive to Broken Arrow Drive.
 
 
Tomahawk Trail to Kiamichi Trail.
 
 
Osage Trail to Atoka Trace.
 
 
Evergreen to Quail Hollow Road.
 
 
Valley View to Hilltop Drive.
 
 
Lakeview to Cliffview Drive.
 
 
Cherokee Lane to Lakecliffe Drive.
 
 
Shenandoah Valley Road to Fuller Lane.
 
 
Pawnee Trail to Skipcha Drive.
89-09
6-27-89
Changing the name of the following streets:
 
 
Navajo Trail to Mescalero Trail.
 
 
Navajo Trail to Quanah Trail.
 
 
A certain undedicated street shall be known as Timberline Road.
 
 
A certain dedicated street shall be known as V.F.W. Drive.
 
 
U.S. Highway 190 to Central Texas Expressway.
 
 
Loop 518 (Business Highway 190) to Veterans Memorial Boulevard.
91-06
6-13-91
Changing the name of the following streets:
 
 
Buffalo Drive to Indian Oaks Drive.
 
 
East Amy Lane to Indian Oaks Drive.
 
 
DeCordova Road to Pan American Drive.
 
 
Stagecoach Line Road to Mountain Lion Road.
94-08
2-8-94
Changing the name of Cross Timbers to Chablis Drive.
97-05
4-22-97
Changing the name of Cedar Knob Road to Stillhouse Lake Drive.
99-31
10-12-99
Naming the portion of FM 2410 that begins at the eastern edge and extends 3,600 ft., more or less, to the northern boundary of the city park to Miller's Crossing.
99-32
10-12-99
Naming the portion of US 190 frontage road and extending 300 ft., more or less, to the northern boundary of the city park to Helm's Way.
2005-30
9-13-05
Changing the name of Lathes Drive/Circle to Eagle Ridge.
2017-21
8-22-17
Changing the name of the section of Cedar Knob Road, from the end of the cul-de-sac centerline, for a distance of 1,174 linear feet to the first intersection centerline, to Cedar Knob Circle.