The Public Works Department oversees all citywide Capital Improvement Projects (CIP). The CIP division provides a road map as well as monitoring tool for all capital projects. A robust and well-planned CIP Plan is critical to ensure a safe, beautiful and ultimately livable place to reside in, visit, and conduct business.
CIP projects are quite diverse, ranging from construction of new facilities and remodeling/expansion of existing ones to purchases of operating equipment, street construction or reconstruction projects, infrastructure inspection and scheduled replacements and overall design and construction. Click HERE for a complete list of our most recently approved Capital Improvement Projects for FY 2019.
- Highland Village Drive Beautification and expansion of the roadway to include center median.
- Roadway resurfacing- Several roadways in the City will be milled and resurfaced. On-going.
- Taylor park Remediation Project
- Mischon Park Artificial Turf
- Littman TheaterRoof Replacement
- Citywide sidewalks and ADA upgrades
Projects in Progress
- Fulford-by-the-Sea Monument Restoration project has commenced and is expected to be completed by end of February, 2019.
- Hazel Fazzino Park (Phase 3)- Installation of children’s playground, exercise center and pavilion is expected to be completed by end of March, 2019.
- Highland Village Roundabout
- Washington Park Design
- NE 172ndStreet Stormwater Pump Station
- NE 35th Avenue Roadway Improvements Design
- Gwen Margolis Amphitheater new awning installation
- Hazel Fazzino Park (Phase 2)- This Park was dedicated November 4th, 2018.
- City Hall Roof completed ahead of schedule
- Citywide Sidewalk Replacement
- Neat Street Tree Planting Grant- Trees were planted on NE 35th Avenue
- Florida Highway Beautification Grant- Landscaping on NE 163rd Street between NE 3rdCourt and NE 8th Avenue.
- Roadway Resurfacing- Milled and resurfaced roads