Capital Projects

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Capital projects category

Pavement Management

A Pavement Management Plan is a vital tool needed to provide the City with information necessary to determine existing and future pavement conditions, predict financial needs and identify and prioritize pavement rehabilitation projects.

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

The Mitchell Hammock Road and Eastbridge Drive/Henson Court Traffic Signal Project is currently under design by Inwood Consulting Engineers (Inwood) under a Work Order approved by City Council on May 2, 2016.  The project will provide for a signalized intersection resulting in safer ingress and egress from Kingsbridge East Village and Alafaya Woods developments.  This project is

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/Panther Street Ditch Piping

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.

Mitchell Hammock Road Traffic Adaptive System

The City’s Transportation Master Plan, adopted by City Council in 2009, identifies and prioritizes projects for inclusion into the City’s Capital Improvement Program based upon the degree of need, benefit/cost, project complexity, and implementation responsibility.

Wastewater Plant Enhancement Project

When the City purchased the “Alafaya” wastewater system in 2010, it was known that there were many upgrades and enhancements that would need to occur in order to integrate the two systems for improved utility services to City residents.

SR 426/CR 419 Project

 
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