Innovative, proactive and collaborative program utilizing technology to assess and rehabilitate infrastructure around the City to ensure continued safe, resilient and sustainable utility services for the future.
Improving Boca Raton
Broad Vision and Advanced Planning
The Innovative Sustainable Infrastructure Program (iSIP), is a new initiative by the Boca Raton Utility Services Department. This long-term initiative uses technology and data to evaluate, prioritize and improve critical underground areas throughout the City. By using a mapping inventory system, areas will be identified and prioritized based on the age, location, and deterioration of water and sewer pipes and neighborhood roads.
The Utility Services Department will coordinate with other City Departments on the timing and installation of underground work in conjunction with road resurfacing projects which will help save money and minimize disruption to residents. The Utility Services Department will install new, larger pipes to provide better water service while continuing to deliver clean, fresh City tap water to customers.
Neighborhoods will also benefit from improved roads, sidewalks, and stormwater systems. The program will maintain the stability of Boca Raton's infrastructure by defending against potential failures through proactive, collaborative planning.
Six neighborhoods in the City will be included in the first initial project phase with an estimated completion time of five years. Construction of the first two neighborhoods will be continuous, as a preventative maintenance program throughout the City for decades.
Through this proactive and innovative approach, iSIP will enhance neighborhoods and improve the overall quality of life for residents in the City of Boca Raton.
Stay Connected for Updates
For iSIP neighborhood project updates, connect with the City by downloading the Nextdoor app on your mobile device. Nextdoor is a neighborhood app which allows us to post updates on City information across the City or directly to users in a specific neighborhood. If you're already on the app, you find the City's posts in the "General" category or under "Local Agencies" in the menu.
For additional information or questions, email [email protected] or call the Utility Services Department at 561-338-7329.
|Project Area/Neighborhood||Construction Start|
|Chatham Hills||September 2019|
|Country Club Village||September 2019|
|Tunison Palms, Old Floresta & Lake Floresta Park||TBD|
|Boca Raton Square||TBD|
|Boca Woods & Winfield Park||TBD|