Capital Projects

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Capital projects category

North Lockwood Blvd. Sidewalk Project - East Side

The Lockwood Boulevard sidewalks project includes the installation of 5-foot wide sidewalk from County Road 419 to County Road 426 along the east side of North

Allendale Drive Drainage Improvements

Allendale Drive Drainage Improvements is a project to improve a localized flooding issue occurding on Allendale Drive where there is no stormwater infrastructure currently in place.

Panther Street Drainage Improvement

The Panther Street ditch is an open drainage ditch in close proximity to Garden Grove and is affected by Garden Grove infrastructure as water flows into the ditch from Garden Grove subdivision.

Pavement Management

The City's Public Works Department currently manages approximately 240 lane miles of public maintained paved roadways.  A pavement Management Plan is needed to provide the City with information to determine existing and future paved roadway conditions.

Mitchell Hammock Road and Eastbridge Drive/Henson Court Traffic Signal Project

The Mitchell Hammock Road and Eastbridge Drive/Henson Court Traffic Signal Project was designed by Inwood Consulting Engineers (Inwood) under a Work Order approved by City Council on May 2, 2016.  This project was bid on August 2017 and is anticipated to be awared October 2017.

Regional Stormwater Pond

Engineering staff are currently working with City Consultants for design of a Regional Stormwater Pond which will enhance the City's ability for economic development and redevelopment of the City's downtown core.  The regional pond is anticipated to be located south of Franklin Street and west of Sweetwater Creek  on property acquired by the City for this purpose. 

Mitchell Hammock Road and Lockwood Boulevard Intersection Improvement

Preliminary Signalization Plans for Mitchell Hammock Road and Lockwood Boulevard Mast Arm Replacement are currently underway, as well as structural engineering to determine whether standard mast arm assemblies are adequate for the specific site and loading conditions.

 

Garden Grove Drainage Improvements

The Garden Grove Subdivision is a mature development without adequate stormwater infrastructure necessary to handle the high ground water levels and drainage issues that have worsened over the years. 

Wastewater Plant Enhancement Project

In 2010, the City purchased what was then called the Alafaya Wastewater System, now called the Oviedo Water Reclamation Facility (OWRF).