People will see a lot of new sand west of 61st Street starting Monday.
The major project is scheduled to begin after Labor Day.
The major infrastructure project isn't scheduled to begin until later this year and is aimed at providing backup to the existing water line.
Some city council members still had questions about the management and finances of the popular park.
After a year of staff revising the proposed comprehensive document, the city council and park board trustees would like to sit down to discuss the agreement.
The reconstruction and raising of FM 3005 is meant to alleviate flooding issues, but residents worry about traffic jams and delays.
Palm trees, which are more closely related to grasses than trees, don't fall within the city's existing tree protection ordinance.
These special taxing areas, called tax increment reinvestment zones, or TIRZes, were meant to spur development but long have been a source of controversy and criticism.
The attraction is expected to boost visitors to the island and the Galveston Railroad Museum.