Residents of the Dogwood Subdivision in Bossier City say their bridge gets a lot of use, everyday. And from the looks of of it, they believe the bridge is in need of some major repairs. But Bossier Parish Engineer Butch Ford says they won't be repairing the bridge, this time, they will be replacing it. He says they will be using money from a federal aid program that's geared toward the repair or replacement of bridges in the parish. He says work to replace the bridge will start in May and end in August. Residents say this will be minor interruption to major problem. The parish will spend about $22,000 on the Dogwood project, which will go for the extra landing needed to increase the height of the bridge. Ford says this isn't the only bridge they will be replacing this year, the Caplis Sligo Bridge in South Bossier Parish will be replaced as well. That project is set to start in April and is scheduled to be finished in September. Parish officials say to date there have been eight projects completed with federal dollars. The last three are the Parks Road Bridge over Cypress Bayou, Crouch Road Bridge over White Oak Bayou, and the Swan Lake Bridge over Flat River.