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September 4, 2019 Update: Our Municipal Services Department has been managing a multitude of projects around town that you have probably noticed on your walks, drives and commutes. Most noticeable may be the road resurfacing projects on some of our more traveled city streets, like St. Andrews Blvd., Palmetto Park Road and NW 2nd Avenue, but there are a number of neighborhoods projects undergoing repaving as well. In addition, we have been busy with sidewalk projects around town, improving continuity and adding accessibility features at street crossings. Speaking of crossings, you may have noticed additional flashing signs and markers in Downtown Boca as we work to improve pedestrian safety and alert drivers to crosswalks. Finally, new parking meters are being installed around town, most noticeably in the Downtown area. The new meters have improved functionality and we are hoping to make it even more convenient with a mobile app coming soon.
Projects: Pavement resurfacing along NW 2nd Avenue from Palmetto Park Road to NW 11th Street.
Pavement resurfacing along Palmetto Park Road from Crawford Blvd to Federal Highway. July 2019-August 2019.
Pavement resurfacing/Stormwater improvements along NW 2nd Avenue from Glades Road to Yamato Road. Summer 2019.
Camino Gardens Bridge repairs (no full closures). Begins Summer 2019.
Projects: Neighborhood Street Resurfacing- Summer 2019
Project: 16 of 23 new water fountains (bottle-compatible) have been installed at City facilities.
Project: Countess de Hoernle Park is having new trees planted. More information to come at a later time.
Project: Beautification project on Palmetto Park Road just east of I-95.
Project: New ADA-accessible sidewalks being implemented around the City.
Project: New parking meters are being installed around town, most noticeably in the Downtown area, with a mobile app coming soon.
Do you ever feel like you need a PhD in acronyms to understand who is doing what in the City of Boca Raton? PBC, LWDD, FDOT, FPL, PBCSD- we get it. With so many government agencies working on projects that may affect how you get around the City this summer, it can be confusing and frustrating if you don’t know who to contact for information. Here’s the 411 on the various projects currently happening in the City. Project dates are estimated and subject to change. For MOTs (Maintenance of Traffic Plans), updates and more, please visit the City’s Road Closures and Projects page.
Project: I-95 Express Lanes - Adding lanes through Boca Raton and widening bridges over Camino Real and Palmetto Park Road.Estimated Completion: Spring 2022Contact: Andrea Pacini: firstname.lastname@example.org 954-299-6561
Project: Spanish River Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway- rehabilitation. Dates of full weekend closures TBD, otherwise individual lane closures.Estimated Start: August 12, 2019Estimated Completion: November 23, 2019
Project: A1A Inlet Bridge- Repairs. Closure for approximately 45 days.Estimated Construction: Spring/Summer 2020.
Project: Palmetto Park Road Bridge over the El Rio Canal - renovation and expansion. Two lanes will remain open during construction.Estimated Start: Spring 2019
Project: Camino Real Bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway - renovations/rehabilitation.Estimated Completion: Bridge re-opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, August 6 at 10am. View Palm Beach County's media release at www.pbcgov.org
Project: Palmetto Park Road bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway - repairs.Estimated Start: Summer 2021
Project: Old Dixie Highway from south of SW 18th Street to Glades Road - repavingEstimated Start: September 18, 2019 (estimated work time of 20 days)
Project: Canal rehabilitation projects along the L-42, L-47, L-41 and E-3 canals in Boca Raton. (Seasons, Woodfield Country Club, Broken Sound, Fairfield, Paradise Palms) Please visit the LWDD website and click on “In Your Neighborhood” for up-to-date information. You can also email email@example.com, or if you would like to speak to a representative, call Steve Sherman, Right of Way Compliance Coordinator at 561-819-5580.
Project: Hardening Projects and relocating power poles - continuous projects around the City
Project: Working in manholes and splicing and pulling cable around NE Mizner Blvd.
Project: Redesign and rebuilding of a 27-hole golf course along NW 2nd Avenue north of Yamato Road. Boca National Golf Course estimated construction start TBD.
Project: Temporary School construction on land near Mizner Bark Dog Park and Don Estridge High Tech Middle School east of Military Trail between Banyan Blvd and Spanish River Blvd. A temporary school site is being constructed to house students from Verde Elementary while Verde is rebuilt in 2019/2020. Once Verde is rebuilt and the students return to their new school, students from Addison Mizner Elementary will attend the temporary school site during the 2020/2021 school year while Addison Mizner Elementary is rebuilt. The temporary school site will then be rebuilt to house a new elementary school, currently known as O5C in 2021/2022. Contact Palm Beach County schools for information.