This page provides a list of projects by each city and Broward County in five-year intervals. This is the same information provided on the Interactive Map. To view the projects for your area, click on the arrow/symbol to access the drop down list. For more details about one or more of the projects in your area, please contact your municipality or Broward County. Contact information is provided on the Contact Us page.

Broward County

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilities to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), design/construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), design/construction of Third Maintenance Facility (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.
  • New Local Routes – Expansion of countywide bus network on major corridors lacking public transportation.  Provides optimal connectivity to regional destinations and rail systems. Design and implementation of new local bus service on Rock Island Rd., Nob Hill Rd., McNab Rd., Johnson St., and Griffin Rd.  All new routes will have a minimum of 30-minute Weekday headways and operate during the Weekends.
  • New Rapid Bus/Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service – Design and implementation of 30 miles of Rapid Bus/BRT service on State Road 7/US 441. Rapid Bus/BRT will have 10-15 minute Weekday peak frequencies, less bus stops, real-time information signage, transit signal priority, and branded buses/stations.
  • Transit Service Improvements – More frequent bus service (varies by route) for routes 11, 14, 18, 19, 30, 31, 34, 42, 50, 55, 62, 72, 81.
  • Transit Service Running Time Enhancements – Local bus running time adjustments to keep up with existing passenger demand and to maximize on-time performance on busiest corridors.  Includes routes  18, 19, University Breeze, 441 Breeze.
  • Transit Service Span Enhancements – Local bus service span increases in the morning or evening time periods on Weekdays. Saturdays, and/or Sundays.  Includes routes 18, 19, 42, 72, University Breeze, 441 Breeze.
  • Local Bus Route Extensions and Realignments – Expansion of existing local bus network to connect to additional major regional destinations and unserved markets.  Includes improvements to routes 2, 9, 11, 12, 23, 28, 40, 42, 55, 62, 81.
  • Restoration of  Local Bus Service – Restoration of seven-day and mid-day local bus service on route 23.
  • Light Rail Projects – Design and initial phase of construction for light rail connecting FLL International Airport to the Port and Convention Center.
  • Light Rail Corridor Studies – Evaluate appropriate and competitive East-West rail alignment(s), using national experts; assess density and LRT relationship to commuter rail ridership; as a community, build consensus around light rail (LRT) corridors and commuter rail.

Infrastructure

  • Intersection Improvement – Andrews Avenue and Oakland Park Boulevard in Oakland Park and Wilton Manors. Create northbound and southbound dual left turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Copans Road at Lyons Road in Coconut Creek. Create westbound and eastbound through lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sheridan Street and Dykes Road in Pembroke Pines and Southwest Ranches. Create northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound dual left turn lanes, and northbound dual right turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Nob Hill Road and Southgate Boulevard in Tamarac. Create a southbound dual left and northbound right turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Andrews Avenue and Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Create northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound dual left turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Andrews Avenue and SE 17 Street in Fort Lauderdale. Lengthen westbound left turn lane storage. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Oakland Park Boulevard and Nob Hill Road in Sunrise. Lengthen northbound and southbound left turn lane storage.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Flamingo Road and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sunrise Boulevard and NE 15 Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. Create additional turn lanes and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – University Drive and Homberg Road in Parkland. Create eastbound, northbound, southbound dual left turn lanes and lengthen westbound left turn lane storage.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Griffin Road and Bonaventure Boulevard in Southwest Ranches. Create southbound dual right turn lane and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sample Road and Coral Ridge Drive in Coral Springs. Create bike lanes in all directions.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, and pedestrian improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – NW 31 Avenue and McNab Road in Fort Lauderdale. Create a westbound dual left turn lane and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, and pedestrian improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – NW 31 Avenue and NW 39 Street in Lauderdale Lakes. Create sidewalk along the east side of NW 31 Avenue.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – NW 31 Avenue and NW 41 Street in Lauderdale Lakes. Create sidewalk along the east side of NW 31 Avenue.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Rock Island Road and Royal Palm Boulevard in Margate. Create eastbound and westbound dual left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Atlantic Boulevard and NE 26 Avenue in Pompano Beach. Create exclusive southbound through, left and right  turn lanes and modify the intersection geometry. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Federal Highway and McNab Road in Pompano Beach. Create eastbound dual left turn lane and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Federal Highway and Port Royal Boulevard in Pompano Beach. Create eastbound dual left turn lane and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Hillsboro Boulevard and SW 12 Avenue in Deerfield Beach. Create southbound exclusive through, dual left and right turn lanes and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 7 and NW 16 Street in Lauderhill. Create exclusive eastbound and westbound dual left turn lanes and modify the intersection geometry. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – University Drive and North Marcano Boulevard in Plantation. Create eastbound and westbound through lanes. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 7 and Cypress Creek Greenway in Margate. Install a signal crossing.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – University Drive and Sheridan Street in Pembroke Pines. Lengthen northbound right turn lane and westbound left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 7 and Royal Palm Boulevard in Margate. Create southbound right turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sample Road and Military Trail in Deerfield Beach. Create bike lanes along Military Trail.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, and pedestrian improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Miramar Parkway and SW 148 Avenue in Miramar. Create eastbound and westbound dual left turn lanes and lengthen westbound right turn lane. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Hollywood Boulevard and NE 28 Avenue in Hollywood. Create northbound and southbound dual left turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Road Capacity – Widen Wiles Road from West of University Drive to Riverside Drive from four to six lanes; the project includes drainage improvements in Coral Springs, bike lanes, sidewalk and ADA upgrades, mast arm signalization, signing and pavement markings, and landscape and irrigation.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with transit signal priority functionality along Hallandale Beach Blvd. from I-95 to SR A1A in Hallandale Beach.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment coordinated with drawbridge operation along SE 17 Street Causeway in Fort Lauderdale.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with transit signal priority functionality along Sunrise Boulevard and Panther Parkway in Sunrise.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with transit signal priority functionality along Sunrise Boulevard from SR-7 to SR-A1A in Ft. Lauderdale.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with transit signal priority functionality along University Dr. from Broward Blvd. to Griffin Rd. in Davie.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Miramar Parkway from SR-7 to University Dr. in Miramar. Install fiber optic cable to connect networks installed by FDOT on University Dr. and SR-7. Also connect traffic signals along Miramar Parkway.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Broward Blvd. from University Dr. to Flamingo Rd. in Plantation. Install fiber optic cable to extend existing network installed by FDOT and connect traffic signals along Broward Blvd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Oakland Park Blvd. from University Dr. to Flamingo Rd. in Sunrise.  Install fiber optic cable to extend existing network installed by FDOT and connect traffic signals along Oakland Park Blvd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Flamingo Rd. from I-595 to Oakland Park Blvd. in Plantation and Sunrise. Install fiber optic cable to connect networks installed by FDOT on I-595 and Oakland Park Blvd.  Also connect traffic signals along Flamingo Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Pine Island Rd. from Broward Blvd. to Oakland Park Blvd. in Plantation and Sunrise.  Install fiber optic cable to extend network and connect traffic signals along Pine Island Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Pine Island Rd from Oakland Park Blvd to McNab Rd. in Sunrise, Lauderhill, and Tamarac. Install fiber optic cable to extend network. Also connect traffic signals along Pine Island Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Pine Island Rd from McNab Rd to Atlantic Blvd in Tamarac and Coral Springs. Install fiber optic cable to extend network.  Also connect signals along Pine Island Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Pine Island Rd. from Atlantic Blvd. to Royal Palm Blvd. in the city of Coral Springs. Install fiber optic cable to extend network.  Also connect traffic signals along Pine Island Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Pine Island Rd. from Royal Palm Blvd.to Wiles Rd. in Coral Springs. Install fiber optic cable to extend network and connect signals along Pine Island Rd.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Andrews Ave. from McNab Road to Atlantic Blvd. in Pompano Beach. Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Construct new concrete sidewalks in Boulevard Gardens including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Construct new concrete sidewalks in Broadview Park including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Construct new concrete sidewalks in Franklin Park including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network. Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Pine Island Road from Cleary Blvd. to Sunrise Blvd. in Plantation. Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network. Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Pine Island Road from Stirling Road to Griffin Road in Cooper City. Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network. Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Pine Island Road from SW 30th St. to Nova Dr. in Davie.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network. Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Construct new concrete sidewalks in Washington Park including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Greenways – FPL corridor in Miramar and Pembroke Pines from Miramar Parkway to Pines Blvd. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Greenways – FPL Corridor in Margate along Rock Island Road from Copans Road to Atlantic Blvd. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Greenways – FPL Corridor in North Lauderdale along Rock Island Road from Atlantic Blvd to C-14 Canal. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Bryan Road in Dania Beach from Old Griffin Road to Stirling Road. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Coral Ridge Drive in Coral Springs from Southgate to Atlantic Blvd. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Coral Springs Dr. in Coral Springs from Lakeview Drive to Southgate Blvd. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Dixie Highway in Hallandale Beach and Hollywood from County Line Road to US-1. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – NE 56 St. in Fort Lauderdale. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Ravenswood Road in Dania Beach from Griffin Road to SR-84. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • School Zone Improvements – AMI Kids Greater Fort Lauderdale in Fort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Apollo Middle School in Hollywood. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Atlantic West Elementary School in Margate. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Attucks Middle School in Hollywood. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Banyan Elementary School in Sunrise. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Bayview Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Bennett Elementary School inFort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Bethune Mary M Elementary School inHollywood. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools
  • School Zone Improvements – Boulevard Heights Elementary School in Hollywood. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Broward Estates Elementary School in Lauderhill. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Collins Elementary School in Dania Beach. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Charles Drew Elementary School in Pompano Beach. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Embassy Creek Elementary School in Cooper City. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Flamingo Elementary School in the Town of Davie. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Stephen Foster Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – James S. Hunt Elementary School in Coral Springs. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools
  • School Zone Improvements – Indian Ridge Elementary School in Davie. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Lloyd Estates Elementary School in Oakland Park. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Margate Elementary School in Margate. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Miramar Elementary School inMiramar. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Mirror Lake Elementary School in Plantation. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Morrow Elementary School in North Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Nob Hill Elementary School in Sunrise. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – North Broward Academy of Excellence in North Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Oriole Elementary School in Lauderdale Lakes. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Sanders Park Elementary School in Pompano Beach. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Sea Castle Elementary School in Miramar. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Sunshine Elementary School in Miramar. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Whiddon-Rodgers Education Center in Fort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Virginia Shuman Young Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale. Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – NE 3 Ave. at Flagler Dr. in Ft. Lauderdale. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Sistrunk Blvd. at NW 22 Ave. in Fort Lauderale. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Broward Blvd at E 15 Ave. in Ft. Lauderdale. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Foster Rd. at NW 2 Ave. in Hallandale Beach. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Johnson St. at N 26 Ave. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Johnson St. at N 56 Ave. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Polk St. at N 24 Ave. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Taft St. at Park Rd. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Tyler Street at N 19 Ave. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Washington St. at S 62 Ave. in Hollywood. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability. Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilites to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), design/construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), final construction of Third Maintenance Facility (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.
  • New Rapid Bus/Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service – Design and implementation of 62 miles of Rapid Bus/BRT service on US 1 (south), University Dr., and Oakland Park Blvd. Rapid Bus/BRT will have 10-15 minute Weekday peak frequencies, less bus stops, real-time information signage, transit signal priority, and branded buses/stations.
  • Transit Service Improvements – More frequent bus service (varies by route) for routes 10, 14, 40, 50, 60, 88.
  • Local Bus Route Extensions and Realignments – Expansion of existing local bus network to connect to additional major regional destinations and unserved markets.  Includes improvements to routes 20, 48, 56.
  • Restoration of  Local Bus Service – Restoration of seven-day and mid-day local bus service on routes 15, 16, 48, 56, 88.
  • Light Rail Projects – $1.3 billion to be invested in LRT: completing FLL to Port connection; purchasing $200 million in LRT vehicles; design and initial construction of East-West alignment; $47 million to support operations and maintenance of in-service LRT systems; additional O&M may be dedicated to commuter rail

Infrastructure

  • Intersection Improvement – Hiatus Road and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Nob Hill Road and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – NW 136 Avenue and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Expansion of existing local bus network to connect to additional major regional destinations and unserved markets.  Includes improvements to routes 20, 48, 56.
  • Intersection Improvement – Pine Island Road and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SW 125 Avenue and New River Greenway in Plantation and Davie. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Rock Island Road and Cypress Creek Greenway in Margate. Install a signal crossing. Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Copans Road and NE 12 Terrace in Pompano Beach. Create northbound dual left turn lanes and exclusive through and right turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Griffin Road and Hancock Road in Southwest Ranches. Create a northbound dual left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Griffin Road and SW 148 Avenue in Pembroke Pines.  Lengthen northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound turn lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Pembroke Road and Palm Avenue in Pembroke Pines and Miramar. Create northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound through lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Ravenswood Road and SW 42 Street in Dania Beach. Create a westbound dual left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sunrise Boulevard and Sawgrass Corporate Center in Sunrise. Create a eastbound dual left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Commercial Boulevard and Mainland Drive in Tamarac. Create an exclusive right turn lane and modify the intersection geometry.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Atlantic Boulevard and Lyons Road in Coconut Creek. Create southbound bike lane to Fern Forest.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, and pedestrian improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 84 and Andrews Avenue in Fort Lauderdale. Create a southbound dual left and exclusive northbound right turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Miramar Parkway and SW 101 Avenue in Miramar. Create northbound and southbound dual left turn lanes and northbound, southbound, eastbound and westbound through lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Sheridan Street and SW 184 Avenue in Pembroke Pines and Southwest Ranches. Create eastbound and westbound through lanes.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – University Drive and Royal Palm Boulevard in Coral Springs. Create a southbound dual left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Lyons Road and Johnson Road in Coconut Creek. Create a northbound right turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – Nob Hill Road and Pine Island Road in Parkland. Create a dual left turn lane on Pine Island Road.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – US 27 and Sheridan Street in Pembroke Pines. Lengthen westbound through and right turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 7 and NW 19th Street in Lauderhill. Create southbound, northbound right turn lanes and westbound left turn lane.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Intersection Improvement – SR 7 and Boulevard of Champions in North Lauderdale. Modify the intersection geometry to improve signal timing.  Includes resurfacing, pavement markings and associated signal, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements.
  • Road Capacity – Widen Douglas Road from Miramar Parkway to Pembroke Road from four to six lanes; the project includes drainage improvements, bike lanes, sidewalk and ADA upgrades, mast arm signalization, signing and pavement markings, and landscape and irrrigation.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control area with tranist signal priority functionality and synchronized with Tri-Rail along Sample Rd. from Military Trail to Dixie Highway in Deerfield Beach.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive traffic control environment coordinated with drawbridge operation along Sheridan Street in the vicinity of SR-A1A in Hollywood.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment along SW 10 Street from Powerline Rd. to Natura Blvd. in Deerfield Beach.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with tranist signal priority functionality along US-1 from Broward Blvd. to south county line in Ft. Lauderdale, Dania Beach, Hollywood, and Hallandale Beach.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment coordinated with freeway ramp operation along Weston Rd. at the vicinty of Royal Palm Blvd. and I-75 in Weston.
  • Adaptive Signal Control – Install fiber optics and intelligent transportation system equipment to create an adaptive signal control environment with transit signal priority functionality at Young Circle and surrounding streets in Hollywood.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – McNab Rd. from Pine Island Rd. to SR-7 in Tamarac and North Lauderdale.  Install fiber optic cable to connect Pine Island Rd. to network installed by FDOT on SR-7.  Also connect traffic signals along McNab Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Atlantic Ave. from Coral Springs Dr. to SR-7. in Coral springs and Margate.  Install fiber optic cable to connect Pine Island Rd. to network installed by FDOT on SR-7.   Also connect traffic signals along Atlantic Ave.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Royal Palm Blvd. form Coral Springs Dr. to SR-7 in Coral Springs and Margate.  Install fiber optic cable to interconnect Pine Island Rd to network installed by FDOT on SR-7.  Also connect traffic signals along Royal Palm Blvd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Wiles Rd. from Coral Springs Dr. to Lyons Rd. in Coral Springs Coconut Creek.  Install fiber optic cable to connect Pine Island Rd. to network installed by FDOT on SR-7.  Also connect traffic signals along Wiles Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Cypress Creek Blvd. from SR-7 to I-95 in Ft. Lauderdale and Oakland Park.  Install fiber optic cable to connect networks installed by FDOT on SR-7 and I-95 on I-95.  Also connect traffic signals along Cypress Creek Rd.
  • Fiber Optic Network improvements – Copans Rd. from SR-7 to I-95 in Coconut Creek, Margate and Pompano Beach.  Install fiber optic cable to connect with networks installed by FDOT on SR-7 and I-95.   Also connect traffic signals along Copans Rd.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from Andrews Ave. to  I-95 in Oakland Park.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from Dixie Hwy. to  NW 18th Ave. in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from I-95 to Dixie Hwy. in Oakland Park.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from NW 18th Ave. to  US-1 in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from NW 31st Ave. to  Powerline Road in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Cypress Creek Road from Powerline Road to Andrews Ave. in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Hillsboro Blvd. from Lox Road to SR-7 in Parkland.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Hillsboro Blvd. from Nobhill Road to University Dr. in Parkland.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – McNab Road from NW 31st Ave. to Powerline Road in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – NE 6th Ave. from Wilton Dr. to NE 56th St. in Oakland Park.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Peters Road from University Dr. to SR-7 in Plantation.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Prospect Road from Commercial Blvd. to NW 21st Ave. in Oakland Park.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Prospect Road from NW 21st Ave. to Powerline Road in Oakland Park.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Pedestrian Safety (sidewalks) – Riverland Road SW 21st St. to Davie Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale.  Construct new concrete sidewalks including ADA upgrades in areas without existing sidewalks to provide safe walk route to local destinations or transit network.  Repair any damaged existing sidewalks as necessary.
  • Greenways – FPL Corridor in Coral Springs North of  Sample Road from the Rock Island/FPL  Greenway to SR-7. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Greenways – FPL Corridor in Coral Springs north of  Sample Road from the Rock Island/FPL greenway corridor to  SR-7. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Greenways – FPL Corridor in Coral Springs north of  Wiles Road from Coral Ride Drive to Rock Island/FPL greenway. Construct concrete multiple purpose pathway to promote recreation and commuting.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – NW 19th St. in Lauderhill from W 49 Ave. to SR-7.  Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Old Griffin in Dania Beach from US-1 to Griffin Rd. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Wiles Road in Coral Springs from Sawgrass Expressway to Coral Ridge Drive.  Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Wiles Road in Coral Springs from University Dr. to Coral Ridge Drive. Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • Bike Lanes/Complete Streets – Nova Drive in Davie from Univeristy Dr. to College Ave.  Construct bicycle lanes and pedestrian improvements on both sides of street to provide safe alternative modes of transportation.
  • School Zone Improvements – American Preparatory Academy in Davie.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Annunciation Catholic School in West Park.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Atlantis Academy in Coral Springs.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Blanche Ely High School inPompano Beach.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Imagine Charter School at Broward in Coral Springs.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Mount Bethel Christian Academy in Fort Lauderdale.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Nativity Catholic School in Hollywood.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Oakridge Elementary School in Hollywood.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Our Savior Lutheran School in Plantation.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Panther Run Elementary School in Pembroke Pines.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Parkside Elementary School in Coral Springs.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Annabel C. Perry Elementary School in Miramar.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Henry D. Perry Middle School in Miramar.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Pompano Beach Middle School in Pompano Beach.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Ramblewood Elementary School in Coral Springs.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Rock Island Elementary School in Fort Lauderdale.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Silver Lakes Middle School in North Lauderdale.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Silver Trail Middle School in Pembroke Pines.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Somerset Pines Academy in Pompano Beach.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Somerset Pompano Beach in Pompano Beach.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Summit-Questa Montessori School in Davie.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Sunrise Middle School in Fort Lauderdale.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Tamarac Elementary School in Tamarac.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • School Zone Improvements – Wilton Manors Elementary School in Wilton Manors.  Evaluate and install, as appropriate, school zones, school flashers, pavement markings, and signage to improve safe walk routes to schools.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – NW 31 Ave. at Prospect Rd. in Ft. Lauderdale. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability.  Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Pine Island Rd. at Sunset Strip in Plantation. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability.  Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Rock Island Rd. at Southgate Blvd. in North Lauderdale. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability.  Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.
  • Mast Arm Upgrades – Sheridan St. at Palm Ave. in Cooper City. Convert traffic signals from span wire support to mast arm support to reduce wind-related vulnerability.  Also install associated ADA upgrades, resurfacing, and drainage improvements at intersection.

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilites to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), design/construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.
  • New Rapid Bus/Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service – Design and implementation of 31 miles of Rapid Bus/BRT service on Sunrise Blvd. and Broward Blvd. Rapid Bus/BRT will have 10-15 minute Weekday peak frequencies, less bus stops, real-time information signage, transit signal priority, and branded buses/stations.
  • Transit Service Improvements – More frequent bus service (varies by route) for routes 9, 12, 14, 15, 20, 23, 28, 48, 56.

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilites to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), final construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), design for one new Intermodal Center (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.
  • New Local Routes – Expansion of countywide bus network on major corridors lacking public transportation.  Provides optimal connectivity to regional destinations and rail systems. Design and implementation of new local bus service on Taft St., Douglas Rd./Pine Island Rd. (south), Wiles Rd., and Palm Ave./Nob Hill Rd. (south).  All new routes will have a minimum of 30-minute Weekday headways and operate during the Weekends.
  • New Rapid Bus/Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service – Design and implementation of 50 miles of Rapid Bus/BRT service on Sample Rd., Pines/Hollywood Blvd. and Miramar Parkway/Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rapid Bus/BRT will have 10-15 minute Weekday frequencies, less bus stops, real-time information signage, transit signal priority, and branded buses/stations.

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilites to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), final construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.

Transportation

  • Transit Capital Projects – Expansion of transit system facilites to support expanded service capacity, customer convenience, safety and comfort.  Includes the design/construction of one Park and Ride facility (location TBD), design/construction of one Intermodal Center (location TBD), system-wide Security and IT enhancements.

Coconut Creek

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Lakeside Park Expansion and Improvements – Replace baseball field lighting as well as provide for the expansion of the park and replacement of the playground. Athletic fields are in high demand and conceptual plans include creating two artificial turf multipurpose fields.
  • Sabal Pines Park Improvements – Rehabilitate Sabal Pines Park by replacing permeable pavers with asphalt, replacing signs, and providing for roof replacement for bathroom building, parks and recreation building, code enforcement building and large pavilion.
  • Recreation Complex Improvements – Remodel/rehabilitate the kitchen facilities.
  • Gerber Park Rehabilitation – Replace bleacher pads at Gerber Park.
  • Hosford Park Rehabilitation – Replace baseball field lighting at Hosford Park.
  • Winston Park Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Cypress Park Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Donaldson Park Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Cocopoint Park Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Lakewood Park Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Government Center Generator Building Roof Replacement – Provides for the necessary replacement of the roof at the Government Center Generator Building.
  • Fire Station #94 Roof Replacement – Provides for the necessary replacement of the roof at Fire Station #94.
  • Government Center (City Hall/Police Department/Commission Chambers) Roof Replacement – Provides for the necessary replacement of the roof at the Government Center.
  • Central Fire Station #113 – To address growth, a fire station will be needed in the Central section of the City to reduce response times.
  • Phase I Comprehensive Streets Improvements Program (City/local roads between Sample Rd and Sawgrass Expressway) – Comprehensive street improvements program which includes milling and resurfacing, striping, sidewalk and ADA improvements, implementation of complete streets, drainage system improvement, and aesthetic enhancements.
  • Phase II Comprehensive Streets Improvements Program (City/local roads between Sample Rd and Coconut Creek Parkway) – Comprehensive street improvements program which includes milling and resurfacing, striping, sidewalk and ADA improvements, implementation of complete streets, drainage system improvement, and aesthetic enhancements.
  • Phase III Comprehensive Streets Improvements Program (City/local roads north of the Sawgrass Expressway) – Comprehensive street improvements program which includes milling and resurfacing, striping, sidewalk and ADA improvements, implementation of complete streets, drainage system improvement, and aesthetic enhancements.
  • Phase IV Comprehensive Streets Improvements Program (City/local roads south of Coconut Creek Parkway) – Comprehensive street improvements program which includes milling and resurfacing, striping, sidewalk and ADA improvements, implementation of complete streets, drainage system improvement, and aesthetic enhancements.
  • Pedestrian Lights on Lyons Rd – The City is working with Broward MPO and FDOT on a Complete Streets Program for Lyons Rd from south of Atlantic Blvd to the Hillsboro Canal. FDOT will fund and construct enhancements to Lyons Road; City is contributing $650,000 for pedestrian lighting.
  • Sidewalk Improvements on Lyons Rd. from Coconut Creek Parkway to Cougar Trail – The City is working with Broward MPO and FDOT on a Complete Streets Program for Lyons Rd from south of Atlantic Blvd to the Hillsboro Canal. FDOT will fund and construct enhancements to Lyons Road; City is contributing $350,000 for sidewalks.
  • Pedestrian Lighting throughout City including residential areas – With the increased pedestrian activity in the City, sidewalk lighting is necessary to maintain adequate safety.
  • Sabal Pines Park Front Playground Replacement – Replace a playground that has exceeded its expected useful life.
  • Pedestrian Lighting throughout City including residential areas – With the increased pedestrian activity in the City, sidewalk lighting is necessary to maintain adequate safety.
  • Development of Equestrian Estates Neighborhood Park – A parcel deeded to the City by County specifically for the development of a passive park. Park to provide equestrian facilities for residents. Amenities include jump and dressage arenas, seating, a viewing stand/area, parking for trailers, and a wash down area.
  • Banks Road Construction – Construct missing link of Banks Road between Sample and Wiles roads.
  • Cullum Road Expansion – Widen existing road to four (4) lanes and construct missing link between NW 54th Ave and Banks Road. Project also includes sidewalks, bike lanes, and bike path.
  • Johnson Road Greenway – Construct 12-foot wide concrete shared use path linking Lyons Creek Middle School to the Recreation Complex.
  • Atlantic Boulevard Improvements – Resurface and restripe Atlantic Boulevard and widen sidewalks on Atlantic Boulevard east of Lyons Road to Florida’s Turnpike.
  • Sample Road Sidewalk Improvements – To construct and widen sidewalks from Lyons Road to the Florida Turnpike, including improved accessibility to Tradewinds Park.
  • Shuttle Bus Program Expansion – This would provide for the purchase of an express bus and bus stop improvements to provide service on Lyons Road.

Cooper City

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Streets Resurfacing – Streets Resurfacing
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Bill Lips Sports Complex Project – Reconstruction of fields, installation of drainage, replacement of lights and fencing.
  • Parks Shade Covers – Installation and replacement of playground shade covers citywide.
  • Impact Resistant Doors & Windows – Install impact resistant doors and windows in city facilities.
  • Traffic Calming & Streetscape – Construct/install traffic calming and streetscapes in The Apartments.
  • City Facility Emergency Generators – Replacement of aging emergency generators at city facilities.
  • Metered Electricity for Street Lights – Conversion to metered electricity for street lights.
  • Wetland Improvements – Planting of littoral shelves in city maintained wetlands to promote increased wildlife and filtering of stormwater runoff.
  • City Entry Signs & Features – Replacement of city entry signs & features.
  • Way Finding Signs – Replacement of way finding signs.
  • Bridge Inspections & Structural Repairs – Bridge Inspections & Structural Repairs.
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Salt Chlorination System for Pool – Installation of salt chlorination system for pool.
  • Citywide Irrigation Timeclocks – Upgrade of citywide irrigation timeclocks to allow remote access system monitoring, water loss alerts, energy and water conservation modules.
  • Large Vehicle Parking Lot Improvements – Large vehicle parking lot repairs and security upgrades.
  • Storm Water Improvements – Storm Water Improvements
  • Land Purchase – 7 Acres for City facilities
  • Fire Stations – Fire Stations
  • Fire Station and Emergency Operations Center – Fire Station and Emergency Operations Center
  • Fire engine Replacement – 2 new engines
  • Bus Shelters – Bus Shelters
  • City Hall Renovation – City Hall Renovation
  • Sports Complex Field Lighting – Sports Complex Field Lighting
  • Skateboard Facility Apparatus – Skateboard Facility Apparatus
  • Public Works Storage Building – Public Works Storage Building
  • Public Works Administrative Building – Construct Public Works Administration building
  • Community Center Renovations – Community Center Renovations
  • City Hall Parking Lot – City Hall Parking Lot
  • Renovate Pool & Tennis Center – Renovate Pool & Tennis Center
  • Pool & Tennis Center Upgrade Court Lighting – Upgrade court lighting at Pool & Tennis Center
  • Pool & Tennis Center Roof – Replace roof at Pool & Tennis Center
  • WWTP Stabilization – Wastewater Treatment Plant Stabilization
  • Electronic Water Meter Project – Install electronic water meters
  • WWTP Headworks – Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks
  • Storage Building – Storage Building
  • Effluent Reuse (Outfall Ban) – Effluent Reuse (Outfall Ban)
  • Steel Tank Replacement – Steel Tank Replacement
  • Storm Water Drainage Improvement – Storm Water Drainage Improvement
  • Water Treatment Plant – Replace Membranes – Water Treatment Plant – Replace Membranes
  • Injection Well Capacity Increase – Injection Well Capacity Increase
  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Streets Resurfacing – Streets Resurfacing
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Cooper City Sports Complex Project – Reconstruction of fields, installation of drainage, replacement of lights and fencing.
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Rescue Unit Replacement – 2 units
  • Gravity Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation – Gravity Sewer Pipe Rehabilitation
  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Streets Resurfacing – Streets Resurfacing
  • Flamingo Road Park Sports Complex – Development of Flamingo Road Park Sports Complex
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Fire engine Replacement – 2 new engines
  • Rescue Unit Replacement – 2 units
  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Rescue Unit Replacement – 2 units
  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Fire engine Replacement – 2 new engines
  • Park Improvements – Replace playground equipment
  • Irrigation Renovation – Irrigation Renovation
  • Court Resurfacing – Resurface Basketball/Tennis/ Raquetball Courts
  • Rehabilitation of Lift Stations – Rehabilitation of Lift Stations
  • Pool Resurfacing – Pool resurfacing.
  • Fire engine Replacement – 2 new engines
  • Rescue Unit Replacement – 2 units

Coral Springs

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Cypress Park Improvements I – Resurface basketball and tennis courts, renovate soccer and baseball fields (artificial turf for fields #7 and #8), new shade canopies, signage, landscape upgrades, restroom renovations, new park equipment.
  • Mullins Park Improvements I – Resurface basketball/tennis courts, artificial turf on MW #1, 2 and 3, replace turf on Aiello, grade and sod all athletic fields, shade covers, new park equipment, field & court lights, new playground, new American League building, signage, batting cage renovations, soccer goal replacements.
  • North Community Park Improvements I – Resurface basketball and tennis courts, pathway overlay, baseball/soccer field renovations, fencing, playground lighting, shade canopies over bleachers, restroom renovations, new park equipment.
  • Gymnasium Improvements I – New scoreboards, divider curtains, lighting, backboards and rims, classroom renovations, new doors, furniture and equipment. Gym expansion in year two.
  • Sportplex Tennis Improvements I – Court resurfacing, new lighting, fencing, new shade shelters, club house renovations, new water fountains, new park equipment, lighting for event site.
  • Sportsplex Athletic Complex Improvements – New signage, artificial turf for Stadium Field, fencing, track and basketball court resurfacing, restroom renovations, playground replacement.
  • Aquatic Complex Improvements I – Lighting, pave south parking lot, fitness equipment replacement, expand fitness center for spin classes, equipment (pump/heater) replacement, outdoor fitness area upgrades, bleacher replacements, deck resurfacing, renovate lifeguard room.
  • Mullins Pool Improvements I – Equipment (pump/heater) replacement, restroom upgrades, new lighting, fencing.
  • Cypress Pool Improvements I – Equipment (pump/heater) replacement, restroom upgrades, new lighting, guard room renovations, fencing.
  • Lions Park Improvements – New park equipment, lighting upgrades, field renovations, playground shade cover, playground equipment (including flooring), fencing, new restroom/storage building, parking lot overlay and striping.
  • Betti Stradling Park Improvements I – Resurface basketball courts and skate board park, field renovations, new skate board park equipment, playground replacement (including flooring), shade canopy replacements, park equipment, splash pad, restroom upgrades.
  • Poinciana Park Improvements I – New park equipment, court resurfacing, pavilion replacement, pathway overlay, parking lot overlay and striping, playground shade cover.
  • Forest Hills Park Improvments I – Shade cover for bleachers and playground, pathway and parking lot overlay, restroom upgrades.
  • Sherwood Forest Park Improvements I – Entrance road, pathway overlay, parking lot overlay and striping.
  • Kiwanis Park Improvements I – Restroom upgrades, pathway overlay, and playground shade cover.
  • Three Mountains Park Improvements I – Fencing, overlay parking lot and pathway, and playground shade cover.
  • Windings Park Improvements – Playground replacement, playground shade cover, pathway overlay, new park equipment, signage, and fencing.
  • Castlewood Park Improvements I – Court resurfacing, new park equipment, playground shade cover, signage, pathway and parking lot overlay.
  • Shadowwood Park Improvements – Fencing, landscaping and signage.
  • Three Friends Park Improvements I – Pathway overlay, and fencing.
  • Countrywood Park Improvements – Playground replacement, playground shade cover, install new pathways, park equipment, fencing, and signage.
  • Riverside Park Improvements I – Resurfacing of Futsal court, basketball courts and pickleball courts, lighting upgrades, shade canopies, and restroom upgrades.
  • Veterans Park Improvements I – New restroom building, landscaping, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Lakeview Park Improvements I – Playground shade cover, fencing and parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Oakwood Park Improvements I – Playground shade cover, park equipment, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Whispering Oaks Park Improvements I – Playground shade cover, park equipment, fencing and parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Richard D. Petrillo Park Improvements I – New restroom building, install pathway to restroom, park equipment, and roadway overlay.
  • Dede Gilmore Park Improvements I – Resurface tennis court, playground shade cover, fencing, park equipment, signage, overlay pathway and parking lot.
  • Paul Barre Memorial Rotary Park Improvements I – Playground Shade Cover, fencing, redo volleyball courts with concrete border, replace exercise equipment, overlay parking lot and pathway.
  • Turtle Run Park Improvements I – Field renovations, court resurfacing, restroom renovations, parking lot overlay and striping, playground replacement.
  • Pine Glen Park Improvements – Fencing and signage.
  • Eagle Ridge Park Improvments I – Tennis court resurfacing, signage, parking lot and pathway overlay, fencing, basketball court resurfacing.
  • Ralph Diaz Memorial Park Improvements – Park equipment, pathway lighting, restroom upgrades, parking lot overlay and striping, replace exercise equipment.
  • Paul Britton Park Improvements I – New sign, shade cover for playground, parking lot overlay and striping.
  • Jaycee Park Improvements I – New backboards and rims, resurface tennis courts, signage, shade cover for playground, restroom upgrades, fencing, parking lot and pathway overlay, dugouts for ball fields and shade canopies for bleachers.
  • Fern Glen Park Improvements I – Fencing, new picnic pavilion, shade cover for playground, restroom upgrades (tile), replace picnic pavilion, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Chevy Chase South Park Improvements – New sign.
  • Volunteer Park Improvements I – Court resurfacing, playground replacement, playground shade cover, sign, restroom upgrades, fencing, landscaping, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Running Brook Hills Park Improvements I – Fencing, sign, new pathway to playground, and playground shade cover.
  • Forest Hills West Park Improvements – Park equipment and fencing.
  • Park 56/57 Improvements – New sign and fencing.
  • The Preserve Park Improvements – New sign and fencing.
  • Westchester Lake Park Improvements I – Restroom upgrades, park equipment, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Whispering Woods Park Improvements I – Shade cover for playground, irrigation, restroom upgrades, park equipment, parking lot overlay and striping.
  • Pride Promoters Park Improvements I – Court resurfacing, pavilion replacement, landscaping, and fencing.
  • Sandy Ridge Sanctuary Park Improvements I – Restroom upgrade, fencing, park equipment and parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Red Lichen Sanctuary Park Improvements – Pathway overlay and fencing.
  • Pine Flats Preserve Improvements I – New sign.
  • Cypress Gateway Preserve Park Improvements – Sign and fencing.
  • Irrigation – Install wells in areas where canals dry up during droughts.
  • Irrigation – Change Sample Road irrigation system to electric.
  • Irrigation – Upgrade the MIR system. This system monitors the citywide irrigation use.
  • Energy Efficient Building Management Systems – Replacement of high energy air conditioning systems with more efficient units combined with building management systems to minimize usage during off peak hours, resulting in lower FPL bills.
  • Westside Compound Master Plan – Reconstruction of the City garage, Streets administration office, and Central Stores building to meet current day hurricane codes. These buildings are critical support facilities for first responders, Police, Fire, and Public Works staff.
  • Waste Transfer Station Improvements – Construct drainage improvements, better customer drop off points and traffic circulation, along with enhanced Household Hazardous Waste collection facilities.
  • Emergency Generator replacement – Replace aging emergency generators for use during disasters. Improves reliability of government services during power outages.
  • Electric Vehicle charging stations – Provide electric vehicle charging stations at major parks and government buildings to promote less dependency on fossil fuel vehicles.
  • Convert street lights to LED – Conversion of street lights to LED
  • Forest Hills Blvd Pedestrian Lighting – Furnish and install pedestrian walkway lighting along the Forest Hills Blvd sidewalk.
  • New sidewalk construction – Construction of new sidewalks where none exists, and replacement of asphalt paths with ADA compliant concrete sidewalks.
  • Sidewalk and drainage improvements – Sidewalk and drainage improvements along 39th Street, from Coral Springs to Coral Ridge Drives.
  • Guardrail retrofit program – Upgrade over 100 guardrails abutting canals on City streets to current height and length standards.
  • Bus shelter repair and replacement – Replace aging bus shelters.
  • Coral Hills Drive sidewalk and drainage improvements – Replace asphalt path with ADA compliant sidewalk, with curb, gutter and improved drainage system.
  • Industrial Park drainage – Improve drainage in the Corporate Park.
  • Meadows and Dells drainage – Complete the 2005 master plan for storm water improvements in the Meadows and Dells subdivisions.
  • Westchester Neighborhood drainage improvements – Implement storm water improvements through improved swale retention and additional catch basins.
  • C14 Canal TMDL Mitigation – Begin City’s possible share of mitigation to clean up pollutants deposited into the C14 canal.
  • Roadway resurfacing/bike lanes – Begin resurfacing of all neighborhood streets and addition of bike lanes on collector reads where feasible.
  • Downtown DRI Improvements – Roadway improvements to ease traffic flow due to increased downtown development.
  • Alleyway improvements – Begin reconstruction of alleys and improving drainage facilities on City owned alleys off Sample, Wiles, and University Drive.
  • Emergency Traffic Signals – Install emergency traffice signals at Fire Stations 71, 80 and 64.
  • Bunker Gear replacement for Fire personnel – Replace bunker gear in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association.
  • Fire Department fleet replacement – Replace ladder trucks, engines, rescues trucks, staff vehicles and equipment.
  • Fire Academy Expansion – Add classroom space, parking and fire ground areas to the Coral Springs Fire Academy.
  • Patient stretcher purchase – Purchase cots used to transport patients to & from hospital.
  • Monitor/Defibrillators purchase – Purchase monitor/defibrillators used to treat patients with cardiac related emergencies.
  • Automated Chest Compression System purchase – Purchase an automated chest compression system This system is designed to help improve the outcome of sudden cardiac arrest victims.
  • Security Cameras in public property – Security cameras will be strategically placed throughout the City in an effort to provide police with real time surveillance and video evidence of criminal activity.  This technology will deter crime from occurring and solve crimes that had occurred.
  • Mobile Command Vehicle – The Command Vehicle will provide a mobile command center for public safety with up to date technology to coordinate and facilitate resources on large scale incidents and public venues. Our current command vehicle is outdated and mechanically unsound.
  • Body Cameras – Body cameras are the next generation of police technology.  Deploying body cameras allow police officials to capture events as they happen.  Body cameras capture evidence as well as provide enforcement transparency to the public.
  • Police vehicle replacement – Replacement of all police vehicles including marked patrol vehicles, unmarked detective vehicles and specialty vehicles such as parking vehicles and truck to move speed trailers is necessary on a rotation basis.
  • Public Safety parking garage – A parking garage at the public safety complex will allow expansion without acquiring more land to accommodate the parking needs of the public safety building.  The parking garage will also ensure the safety of the public safety fleet during hurricanes.
  • AEDs in each patrol car – Automatic External Defibrillator in all patrol vehicles will save lives.  Police officers are constantly on patrol and often arrive to medical emergencies minutes before paramedics arrive.  Having AEDs can reduce the necessary minutes to shock the heart back in rhythm, saving lives of our citizens.
  • Tactical Training Facility – The Tactical Training Facility will provide a controlled environment where police officers can practice tactical training such as building searches for suspects as well as active shooter training.  Well trained officers are less likely to utilize deadly force, cutting down on injury or death as well limiting liability for the City.
  • Perimeter Wall for Gun Range – The range is utilized by Coral Spring Officers as well as officers throughout the tri-county area.  Our police range is where firearm proficiency and quarterly qualifications occur.  The wall will facilitate a secure facility for officers while prohibiting unauthorized persons to enter the police range during live fire.
  • Tasers – Tasers are as common in police work as police cars. These non-lethal tools allow officers to bring non-compliant suspects under control without utilizing force that could cause injury or death.  Tasers save lives as well as limit liability to our City.  Tasers replacements are necessary every few years as needed.
  • Vest replacement for Police Officers – Ballistic vest are mandatory items for the Coral Springs Police Department.  Balistic vest expire and need replaced every four years.  This safety equipment is mandatory for all officers in the field.
  • Center for the Arts – 20-year capital plan – Improvements to the Center for the Arts will ensure that this facility remains a cultural arts asset to the community now, and in the future.
  • Cypress Park Improvements II – Resurface basketball and tennis courts, landscape upgrades, new park equipment, fencing, new playground and resurfacing, overlay and stripe parking lots.
  • Mullins Park Improvements II – Resurface basketball and tennis courts, landscape upgrades, new park equipment, overlay pathways and parking lots.
  • North Community Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, replace netting around baseball and soccer fields, landscape upgrades, new park equipment.
  • Gymnasium Improvements II – Landscaping upgrades
  • Sportsplex Tennis Improvements II – Landscaping upgrades, new signage.
  • Aquatic Complex Improvements II – Fitness equipment replacement, equipment (pump/heater) replacement, painting.
  • Mullins Pool Improvements II – Equipment (pump/heater) replacement, pool resurfacing.
  • Cypress Pool Improvements II – Equipment (pump/heater) replacement, pool resurfacing.
  • Betti Stradling Park Improvements II – New lighting, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Poinciana Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, fencing.
  • Forest Hills Park Improvments II – Field renovations, playground replacement, fencing, park equipment.
  • Sherwood Forest Park Improvements II – Playground replacement park equipment.
  • Kiwanis Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, and new park equipment.
  • Three Mountains Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, and new park equipment.
  • Castlewood Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Three Friends Park Improvements II – New park equipment.
  • Riverside Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, parking lot and pathway overlay.
  • Veterans Park Improvements II – Shade canopy replacement and fencing.
  • Lakeview Park Improvements II – Playground replacement and park equipment.
  • Oakwood Park Improvements II – Playground replacement
  • Whispering Oaks Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Richard D. Petrillo Park Improvements II – Fencing.
  • Dede Gilmore Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Paul Barre Memorial Rotary Park Improvements II – Replace playground, and new park equipment.
  • Turtle Run Park Improvements II – Park equipment.
  • Eagle Ridge Park Improvments II – Playground replacement, landscaping and new park equipment.
  • Paul Britton Park Improvements II – Playground replacement, new park equipment.
  • Jaycee Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Fern Glen Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Volunteer Park Improvements II – Park equipment.
  • Running Brook Hills Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Westchester Lake Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Whispering Woods Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Pride Promoters Park Improvements II – Playground replacement.
  • Sandy Ridge Sanctuary Park Improvements I – Playground replacement.
  • Pine Flats Preserve Improvements I – Fencing.
  • Convert street lights to LED – Complete conversion of street lights to LED
  • New sidewalk construction – Complete construction of new sidewalks where none exists, and replacement of asphalt paths with ADA compliant concrete sidewalks.
  • Guardrail retrofit program – Complete upgrade of over 100 guardrails abutting canals on City streets to current height and length standards.
  • C14 Canal TMDL Mitigation – Complete City’s possible share of mitigation to clean up pollutants deposited into the C14 canal.
  • Roadway resurfacing/bike lanes – Complete resurfacing of all neighborhood streets and addition of bike lanes on collector reads where feasible.
  • Downtown DRI Improvements – Ongoing roadway improvements to ease traffic flow due to increased downtown development.
  • Alleyway improvements – Complete reconstruction of alleys and improving drainage facilities on City owned alleys off Sample, Wiles, and University Drive.
  • SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) – Replace self-contained breathing apparatus.
  • Fire Station 64 reconstruction – New construction of Fire Station 64, built in the late 1970s.
  • Bunker Gear replacement for Fire personnel – Replace bunker gear in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association.
  • Fire Department fleet replacement – Replace ladder trucks, engines, rescues trucks, staff vehicles and equipment.
  • Patient stretcher purchase – Purchase cots used to transport patients to & from hospital.
  • Monitor/Defibrillators purchase – Purchase monitor/defibrillators used to treat patients with cardiac related emergencies.
  • Automated Chest Compression System purchase – Purchase an automated chest compression system This system is designed to help improve the outcome of sudden cardiac arrest victims.
  • Police vehicle replacement – Replacement of all police vehicles including marked patrol vehicles, unmarked detective vehicles and specialty vehicles such as parking vehicles and truck to move speed trailers is necessary on a rotation basis.
  • Tasers – Tasers are as common in police work as police cars. These non-lethal tools allow officers to bring non-compliant suspects under control without utilizing force that could cause injury or death. Tasers save lives as well as limit liability to our City. Tasers replacements are necessary every few years as needed.
  • Vest replacement for Police Officers – Ballistic vest are mandatory items for the Coral Springs Police Department. Balistic vest expire and need replaced every four years. This safety equipment is mandatory for all officers in the field.
  • Center for the Arts – 20-year capital plan – Improvements to the Center for the Arts will ensure that this facility remains a cultural arts asset to the community now, and in the future.
  • Bunker Gear replacement for Fire personnel – Replace bunker gear in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association.
  • Fire Department fleet replacement – Replace ladder trucks, engines, rescues trucks, staff vehicles and equipment.
  • Patient stretcher purchase – Purchase cots used to transport patients to & from hospital.
  • Monitor/Defibrillators purchase – Purchase monitor/defibrillators used to treat patients with cardiac related emergencies.
  • Automated Chest Compression System purchase – Purchase an automated chest compression system This system is designed to help improve the outcome of sudden cardiac arrest victims.
  • Police vehicle replacement – Replacement of all police vehicles including marked patrol vehicles, unmarked detective vehicles and specialty vehicles such as parking vehicles and truck to move speed trailers is necessary on a rotation basis.
  • Tasers – Tasers are as common in police work as police cars. These non-lethal tools allow officers to bring non-compliant suspects under control without utilizing force that could cause injury or death. Tasers save lives as well as limit liability to our City. Tasers replacements are necessary every few years as needed.
  • Vest replacement for Police Officers – Ballistic vest are mandatory items for the Coral Springs Police Department. Balistic vest expire and need replaced every four years. This safety equipment is mandatory for all officers in the field.
  • Center for the Arts – 20-year capital plan – Improvements to the Center for the Arts will ensure that this facility remains a cultural arts asset to the community now, and in the future.
  • SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) – Replace self-contained breathing apparatus.
  • Bunker Gear replacement for Fire personnel – Replace bunker gear in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association.
  • Fire Department fleet replacement – Replace ladder trucks, engines, rescues trucks, staff vehicles and equipment.
  • Patient stretcher purchase – Purchase cots used to transport patients to & from hospital.
  • Monitor/Defibrillators purchase – Purchase monitor/defibrillators used to treat patients with cardiac related emergencies.
  • Automated Chest Compression System purchase – Purchase an automated chest compression system This system is designed to help improve the outcome of sudden cardiac arrest victims.
  • Police vehicle replacement – Replacement of all police vehicles including marked patrol vehicles, unmarked detective vehicles and specialty vehicles such as parking vehicles and truck to move speed trailers is necessary on a rotation basis.
  • Tasers – Tasers are as common in police work as police cars. These non-lethal tools allow officers to bring non-compliant suspects under control without utilizing force that could cause injury or death.  Tasers save lives as well as limit liability to our City.  Tasers replacements are necessary every few years as needed.
  • Vest replacement for Police Officers – Ballistic vest are mandatory items for the Coral Springs Police Department. Balistic vest expire and need replaced every four years. This safety equipment is mandatory for all officers in the field.
  • Center for the Arts – 20-year capital plan – Improvements to the Center for the Arts will ensure that this facility remains a cultural arts asset to the community now, and in the future.

Dania Beach

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  • West Dania Beach Blvd Bridge – Design and construction of new bridge over the C-10 Canal on West Dania Beach Blvd
  • Beach Pavement and Parking Improvements – An annual program to regularly resurface and apply pavement markings through City roadways
  • CW Thomas – Synthetic Football Turf – Installation of synthetic turf on portions of the play field at C.W. Thomas Park
  • Beach Redevelopment – Rehabilitation of existing restroom, new crossovers, dune redevelopment, landscaping, and new sidewalks
  • Frost Park Laser Grade – Regrading of the playing field
  • Olsen Middle School Grass Options – Improvements to 7 acres of new open space created from the demolition of surplus buildings on the Olsen Middle School site
  • NW 1st Avenue Watermain and Roadway Improvements – Watermain replacement, upgrade from 8″ to 12″ watermain, roadway resurfacing, parallel parking, and sidewalk improvements
  • Melaleuca Water Main Replacement and Roadway Improvements – Watermain replacement to enhance fire protection, provides for road restoration, and minor drainage work.
  • Citywide Lift Station Rehabilitation – Lift station upgrades and telemetry (SCADA) installation to the sanitary sewer system
  • Healthy Community Zone – Sidewalk improvements and safety enhancements to schools walking routes
  • MPO/TAP Grant Project – Neighborhood sidewalk and right-of-way improvements
  • Building Rehabilitation/Repairs to various public building including City Hall – Roof repair, equipment repair, repainting and minor repairs
  • Fleet Modernization – Acquisition of new service vehicles and equipment
  • Sanitary Sewer Forcemain Upgrades – Sanitary forcemain upgrades
  • Inflow and Infiltration Program – Reduce sanitary sewer overflows and sewer back-ups by reducing/eliminating storm water inflow and groundwater infiltration into the City’s sanitary sewer collection system
  • AMR System and Water Meter Replacement – Installation of automatic meter reader (AMR) system and water meter replacement
  • SE Stormwater Drainage System – Stormwater pump installation and improvement of stormwater conveyance system
  • SE/SW Avenue Watermain Replacement – Watermain replacement on SE 2 Avenue from SE 14 Street to East Dania Beach Blvd, portion of Old Dixie Highway
  • Stormwater Improvements – Modernize the drainage master plan and stormwater improvements

Davie

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  • Betty Booth Roberts Community Center – Construction of  a new community center at Betty Booth Robers Park
  • Downtown Davie Road Traffic Calming – Construction of landscaped medians and pedestrian crossings on Davie Road from SW 39 Street to Griffin Road
  • College Avenue Phase III Widening – Widening of College Avenue from 2 to 4 lanes between SW 30 St and SW 39 St and the installation of bike lanes and wider sidewalks
  • Davie Road Medians – south of Griffin Rd – Installation of landscaped medians, pedestrian crossings and wider sidewalks on Davie Road from Griffin Road to Stirling Road
  • Bergeron Rodeo Grounds Improvements – Electrical, mechanical and audio-visual  upgrades to Bergeron Rodeo Arena
  • Davie Golf Club Community Center – Construction of a new community center at the Davie Golf and Country Club
  • Davie Golf and Country Club Improvements – Renovations to golf course landscaping, tee boxes, fairways, greens, roughs and bunkers.
  • Pine Island Park  Center Expansion – Construction of expansion to the Pine Island Park Multipurpose Center to provide additional recreational services.
  • Forest Ridge Signalization – Construction of a traffic signal and other safety improvements to the Forest Ridge Boulevard and Pine Island Road intersection
  • Orange Park Community Center – Construction of a new community center to replace the existing community center.
  • SW 130 Avenue Roadway Improvements – Installation of landscaped median, bike lines and wider sidewalks.
  • Westridge Park Improvements – Installation of fencing and pedestrian/equestrian recreational trails.
  • Fire Station 68 – Construction of a new fire station to replace the existing Fire Station 68 that is over 30 years old.
  • SW 136 Ave Improvements @ SW 14 Street – Construction of traffic improvements to reduce congestion at the intersection of SW 136 Avenue and SW 14 Street.
  • Robbins Park Entrance – Widening of the Robbins Park entrance off Hiatus Road or construction a new secondary entrance to Robbins Park.
  • Fire Rescue Ambulances – Purchase of fire rescue ambulances that are beyond their service life
  • Fire Engines – Replace fire engines that are beyond their service life.
  • Fire Aerial Truck – Replace fire aerial truck that is beyond its service life.
  • Playground Canopies – Installation of playground canopies over playgrounds that do not currently have canopies.
  • Public Works Equipment – Replace backhoes, dump trucks, trash trucks, bucket trucks, etc. that have reached their service life.
  • Public Works Equipment – Replace backhoes, dump trucks, trash trucks, bucket trucks, etc. that have reached their service life.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Resurface and rebuild public roadways based on greatest need
  • Guardrails – Installation of new guardrails and replacement of damaged guardrails
  • Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks and replacement of damaged sidewalks
  • SW 30 Street Improvements – Upgrade SW 30th Street from 2-lane road to 3-lane collector road with median/turn lane and bike lane.
  • SW 39 Street Improvements – Upgrade SW 39th Street from 2-lane road to 3-lane collector road with median/turn lane and bike lane.
  • Fire Station 38 – Construction of a new fire station to replace the existing Fire Station 38
  • Bergeron Rodeo Grounds Improvements – Reroofing of Bergeron Rodeo Arena; Interior and exterior renovations to the Rodeo Grounds buildings
  • Davie Golf and Country Club Improvements – Renovations to golf course landscaping, tee boxes, fairways, greens, roughs and bunkers.
  • Police Department Parking Garage – Construction of parking garage with 250 parking spaces.
  • Ivanhoe Community Center – Construction of a new community center to replace the existing community center.
  • Davie Wetlands Park Education Center – Construction of a new educational/community center
  • Fire Rescue Ambulances – Purchase of fire rescue ambulances that are beyond their service life
  • Fire Engines – Replace fire engines that are beyond their service life.
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus – Replace self contained breathing apparatus equipment that has reached the end of its life cycle.
  • Playground Replacements – Replacement of playground Townwide that have reached their service life.
  • Water and Sewer Lines – Replace water and sewer lines that are under capacity or beyond service life
  • Water Mains – Replace water mains that are under capacity or beyond service life
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Resurface and rebuild public roadways based on greatest need
  • Guardrails – Installation of new guardrails and replacement of damaged guardrails
  • Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks and replacement of damaged sidewalks

Deerfield Beach

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  • City Hall Development – Construction of a new City Hall to provide for additional office space, an expanded commission chambers, one-stop resident services and to improve technology and security.
  • Police District Headquarters Development – Construction of a new Police Headquarters adjacent to Fire Station 102 (SW 11th Way) to place the operation in a central location in the City and to house these critical services in a facility that will support the modern day operations of law enforcement.
  • Fire Station 4 Redevelopment – Construction of a new Fire Station 4 to meet current fire station and building construction standards with backup generator and decontamination and medical supply rooms.
  • Tam O’ Shanter Park Development – Construction of a multi-field baseball facility, multiuse field, parking lot, entryway and lighting.
  • Memorial Park Development – Completion of irrigation, sodding, fountain, pathways, signage and estate fencing.
  • Oveta McKeithen/Johnny Tigner Community Center Redevelopment – Expansion of existing community center including a second floor, additional offices and recreational space.
  • Memorial Cemetery Improvements – Addition of estate fencing, landscaping and entryway feature.
  • Pineview Cemetery Improvements – Addition of estate fencing, landscaping and entryway features.
  • Senior Services Center – The N.E. Focal Point Campus will be redeveloped to consist of one building to include enhancements and expansion for the community facility with multiple care centers, along with various multi-purpose activity areas to meet the needs of the senior population.
  • Gateway Signage – Gateway signage at major cooridors to improve transportation and navigation for residents and visitors entering the City of Deerfield Beach.
  • SE 9th St. Environmental Complex – Multipurpose outdoor/open air two story “chickee hut” facility. Will have outdoor classroom and other exhibits to enhance educational, environmental and recreational activities.
  • Citywide Smart Irrigation System – Installation of irrigation systems to assist with remote monitoring, water usage reduction and park and median beautification.
  • Government Facility Building Automation – Smart building monitoring and controls to reduce / conserve HVAC, lighting and related energy utilization in City facilities. Estimates for energy reduction up to 50% in some facilities.
  • Government Facilities Security Enhancements – Various measures ranging from fences, walls, cameras systems and related safe guards for City facilities to increase security of City assets and to ensure the preservation of functions.
  • Main Beach Parking Light Retrofit – Retrofit or replace light fixtures and/or poles etc. to more energy efficient and sea turtle friendly lighting that will reduce energy usage and improve upon sea turtle conservation efforts.
  • Installation of Artificial Reef Shoreline Stabilization Structures – Installation of multipurpose structures to promote shoreline stabilization along critically eroded beaches, enhance offshore habitat and provide for educational and recreational opportunities.
  • Beach Nourishment – Periodic and routine sand replenishment to be placed along the southern stretch of the City’s public beach to address critically eroded beaches.
  • Sidewalk Rehabilitation and Installation – Remediation of existing and installation of new sidewalks.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Rehabilitation of paved street surfaces.
  • SE 15th Ave. Bridge Rehabilitation – Structural modifications and aesthetic improvements
  • SE 13th Ave. Bridge Rehabilitation – Structural modifications and aesthetic improvements
  • SE 12th Ave. Bridge Rehabilitation – Structural modifications and aesthetic improvements
  • FAU Research Blvd. Roadway Improvements – Reconstruction of FAU Research Blvd. from SW 10th Street to NE 48th Street.  The project entails increasing the number of lanes from 2 to 4, adding landscaped medians, bike lanes, linear walking trail, street lighting and proper roadway drainage.
  • Fire Rescue Vehicle Replacement – Replacement of 4 rescue units.
  • Fire Engine Replacement – Replacement of 3 fire engines.
  • Water Utility Automatic Meter Reading  (AMR) – The conversion of manual water meters to automated meter readers for greater accuracy and efficiency of billing and system maintenance.
  • Pioneer Grove Infrastructure Improvements-pedestrian lighting – Transportation improvements for downtown development to include pedestrian lighting & burying FPL lines on SE/NE 2nd Ave. and SE/NE 2nd St.
  • Pioneer Grove Infrastructure Improvements-Complete Streets – Infrastructure improvements to include bicycle facilities, sidewalks & landscaping to enhance street network.
  • Crystal Lake Dr. Complete Streets Improvements – Transportation improvements for future residential community to include bike lanes, traffic calming, sidewalks along Military Trl., Crystal Lake Dr. & NW 45th St.
  • A1A Complete Streets Improvements – Transportation improvements in the beach area to include bike lanes, sidewalks, landscaping on A1A from SE 2nd St. to City line.
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Complete Streets Lane Elimination – Roadway improvements to include lane reduction, bike lanes, pedestrian lighting, and landscaping.
  • Citywide Pedestrian Street Lighting Improvements – Pedestrian lighting along streets to increase safety and promote a pedestrian friendly environment through our communities.
  • Park Lighting Improvements – Pedestrian lighting in parks to increase safety and promote an active lifestyle in the community.
  • West Deerfield Community Center – The renovation of the former teen center into a community center to feature a meeting room, activity center, and city hall auxiliary.
  • Fire Station 66 Redevelopment – Construction of a new Fire Station 66  to meet current fire station and building construction standards with backup generator and decontamination and medical supply rooms.
  • Fire Station 75 Redevelopment – Construction of a new Fire Station 75  to meet current fire station and building construction standards with backup generator and decontamination and medical supply rooms.
  • Fire Station 111 Redevelopment – Construction of a new Fire Station 111  to meet current fire station and building construction standards with backup generator and decontamination and medical supply rooms.
  • Highlands Park Expansion – Purchase of neighboring properties to expand the park footprint; grading, irrigation, multi-purpose field, fencing and lighting.
  • Constitution Park Recreation Center Redevelopment – Expansion of existing community center including additional recreational space.
  • CNG Filling Station and Facility Upgrades – Time and fast fill CNG fueling station for City fleet that is transitioning to CNG fuel.  Currently have 15 units utilizing CNG fuel which is a more stable and reliable fuel source that reduces greenhouse gas emissions vs. regular fuels.
  • LED Street Lighting Retrofit – Retrofitting City owned lights to energy efficient LED’s.  Estimated savings are 40% less energy usage vs. current.
  • Reclaimed Water Infrastructure Project – Extending the reclaimed water transmission system and pump stations from Broward County.
  • Environmental Services/Utilities Building (Old Public Works) Redevelopment – Redevelopment of existing metal Public Works structure to provide for a much needed temperature regulated City warehouse and additional office space for City personnel.
  • Pioneer Park Renovation – Renovation of existing baseball dugouts and tennis center, construction of a concession stand,  and development of  the recreational space on SE portion of the park.

Fort Lauderdale

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  • POLICE HEADQUARTERS REPLACEMENT – This project is intended to replace the City’s 60 year old 88,000 square feet police headquarters with a new 168,400 square foot facility. This new facility will include 372,500 square feet for the parking garage.
  • PARKS ATHLETIC FIELDS AND COURTS ENHANCEMENTS – The PRSMP recommended enhancements to improve the City’s athletic fields incorporating strategies such as artificial turf and advanced lighting technologies to increase the capacity of new and existing fields and allow for greater use. This project supports needed deferred maintenance for City athletic fields while also providing for upgrades and enhancements to these fields. Th upgrades include improved lighting and resurfacing to increase the safety and quality of the playing experience. Year 1 – Holiday Park George English Park; Year 2 – Bass Park; Year 3 – Croissant Park Florence C. Hardy Park Holiday Park; Year 4 – Mills Pond Park Benneson Park Bryant Peney Park Coontie Hatchee Park Flamingo Park Gunthrie-Blake; Year 5 – DC Alexander Park Esterre Davis Wright Park Holiday Park; Year 6 – Shirley Small Community Park; Year 7 – Riverland Park Warfield Park; Year 8 – Sunset Park
  • ADA BARRIER REMOVAL CITY PARKS (FY17-FY21) – This project supports the corrective actions necessary to implement the barrier removal plan. The work schedule by park and year is below: Year 1: Holiday Park Riverwalk Joseph Carter Park George English Park Morton Activity Center Year 2: Bass Park Bayview Park Beach Community Floranda Park Hortt Park Las Olas Marina South Middle River Park Year 3: Fort Lauderdale Beach Park Croissant Park/Pool Florence C. Hardy Park Lauderdale Manor Park Osswald Park Riverland Park/Pool Warfield Park Year 4: Ann Herman Park Benneson Park Bill Keith Preserve Bryant Peney Park Colee Hatchee Park Coontie Hatchee Park Coral Ridge Park Dottie Mancini Park Earl Lifshey Park Dr. Elizabeth Hays Civic Park etc. Year 5: Ann Murray Greenway Annie Beck Park Bayview Drive Canal Ends DC Alexander Park Dolphin Isles Park Estere Davis Wright Park Francis L Abreu Place Hector Park Jack and Harriet Kaye Park Major William Lauderdale
  • BROWARD BLVD PAVER REMOVAL & ASPHALT REPLACEMENT – The project is located on Broward Blvd. between 15th Avenue and US1 and consists of removing the existing pavers within the intersections and crosswalks replacing them with patterned asphalt crosswalks. The City is in an agreement with FDOT to maintain these pavers however they are currently falling into disrepair. This project will be timed with the FDOT resurfacing project to leverage the already planned FDOT work and create the least amount of disruption as possible.
  • CITY-OWNED SEAWALL RESTORATION AND REPLACEMENT (FY17-FY21) – This project will address the capital repair and/or replacement of the City-owned seawalls as identified in the proposed Seawall Master Plan (Project No. 12212). The repair or replacement efforts will include potential structural modifications to address the challenges associated with sea level rise in addition to the standard capital repairs rehabilitations or replacement.
  • NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC CALMING & PED SAFETY PROJECTS (FY17-FY21) – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in neighborhoods such as roundabouts raised intersections crosswalk safety enhancements signage bike racks bike lane striping radar speed signs variable message boards and other treatments as defined in the traffic calming toolbox and through development of neighborhood Mobility Master plans. Application of the funding will be based on demonstrated need within neighborhoods and corridors making connections to neighborhoods. Improvements will be based on the outcomes of analyzing requests from neighborhoods through traffic studies and planning initiatives. The current FY2016 Mobility Master plans include Tarpon River and Shady Banks neighborhoods. Once the Mobility Master plans are completed for FY2017 funds will be set aside for those neighborhoods. Additional projects will be authorized by the City Manager based on demonstrated need and analysis.
  • BIRCH ROAD COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT (FY17-FY21) – The project is located in the North Beach Village Neighborhood along Birch Road between Vistamar Street and Bayshore Drive. The project will implement the transportation related improvements that are identified in the update to the Central Beach Master Plan. Improvements will include traffic calming pedestrian and bicycle network improvements on-street parking and stormwater improvements.
  • NE 13TH STREET COMPLETE STREETS PHASE II – The NE 13th Street Complete Streets Project Phase II expands on the Phase I by expanding the improvements east to US1/Federal Highway. The project will help to create a comprehensive bicycle network and calm traffic through the Lake Ridge and Poinsettia Heights Neighborhoods. Improvements will include traffic calming with a lane elimination intersection improvements enhanced sidewalks bike lanes and enhanced pedestrian crossings.
  • NW 7TH AVENUE CORRIDOR PROJECT – The project limits are NW 7th Avenue from Broward Boulevard to Sunrise Boulevard and include a lane reduction sidewalk enhancements Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements transit amenities enhanced crosswalks and bike lanes.
  • NORTH BEACH VILLAGE SHOPPES STREETS IMPROVEMENTS – The North Beach Restaurants and Shoppes area is defined by NE 32 Avenue to the west N Ocean Blvd to the east NE 34 Street to the north and E Oakland Park Blvd to the south. With a mix of commercial and high-density residential uses there is a need for a more walkable environment for our neighbors and visitors. The goal of this project is to improve walkability calm traffic and simplify traffic circulation through the use of streetscape improvements.
  • BREAKERS AVENUE COMPLETE STREETS – The project is located on Breakers Avenue between Vistamar Street and Riomar Street. The improvements implement the recommendations of the Central Beach Master Plan to create a more pedestrian focused atmosphere along this roadway that will support the adjacent businesses including the many hotels as well as encourage future development of supporting uses. Primary elements of the project include the widening of the sidewalks providing shade along the sidewalks and laying down patterned pavement along the roadway to help calm traffic.
  • STORMWATER & TIDAL IMPROVEMENTS – This project is for the retrofitting of approximately 75 stormwater outfall locations with tidal backflow valves as necessary to alleviate tidal flooding in low-lying sections of the Fort Lauderdale downtown area (adjacent to the New River and Nurmi Isles of Las Olas Boulevard). Additional infrastructure improvements will also be provided to address recorded stormwater flooding of roadways and private properties.
  • ROAD REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT (FY17-FY21) – This project includes citywide replacement of streets in poor or failed condition that do not qualify for micro surfacing based on assessed conditions. The streets identified will be scheduled based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • CITY OWNED SIDEWALK REPAIR (FY17-FY21) – This project is to reconstruct selected concrete sidewalks curbs gutters and pavers in the City’s right of way and those sidewalks that are close to schools within the City limits. This project will repair and replace sidewalks and pavers that are trip and fall hazards and those that are the City’s responsibility.
  • NW 9TH AVENUE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT – The limits of this project are NW 9th Avenue from Sistrunk Boulevard to Broward Boulevard and include mobility upgrades such as bike lanes and wider sidewalks particularly near the elementary school in the area. Other elements include re-alignment of a diverted intersection drainage system improvements new pedestrian crosswalks ADA improvements and improved landscaping and pedestrian lighting.
  • BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT BAYVIEW DRIVE OVER LONGBOAT – This project is for the replacement of the existing Bridge #865708.
  • ISLE OF PALMS DRIVE SEAWALL REPLACEMENT – This project will replace approximately 930 linear feet of seawall along Isle of Palms Drive. This project will fund the design permitting and construction to replace the existing seawall.
  • CORDOVA ROAD SEAWALL REPAIR/REPLACEMENT – This project will repair/replace a 150 linear feet portion of a seawall along Cordova Road between SE 8th Street and SE 9th Street. This project will fund the design permitting and construction to repair/replace a portion of the existing seawall.
  • EAST LAS OLAS BLVD SEAWALL REPAIR – This project will raise the seawall concrete cap at two locations along East Las Olas Boulevard between Lido Drive and Coral Way to address sea level rise. This project will also seal the face of the existing rubble rock seawall with non-shrink cement mortar. This project will fund the design permitting and construction work.
  • HOLIDAY PARK IMPROVEMENTS (FY17-FY21) – This project will provide a total of 14 new shade structures for the baseball field bleachers clay court resurfacing at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center conversion to artificial turf on the multi-purpose athletic fields installation of 4 new racquetball courts installation of a new shade structure and court amenities replacement at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center and tennis center renovations (2500 sq. ft. at $150 per sq. ft.)
  • GEORGE W. ENGLISH PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide an athletic court enhancement by installing new basketball courts with a shade structure will also provide joint school use.
  • BASS PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide an addition to the pool building to include new restrooms a new office and a new training space.
  • CROISSANT PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide installation of artificial turf athletic fields with organic fill and also includes ball field improvements by upgrading to energy efficient lighting addition of a concession stand restrooms and storage facility (FY20080007).
  • FLORENCE C. HARDY PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide an athletic court enhancement by installing two (2) new basketball courts and installing new artificial football/soccer athletic fields with organic fill.
  • BENNESON PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide athletic court enhancement with the replacement of the half basketball court.
  • BRYANT H. PENEY PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide athletic court enhancement by installing a new half basketball court.
  • COONTIE HATCHEE PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide athletic court enhancement by installing a new half basketball court.
  • FLAMINGO PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide an athletic court enhancement by installing a new basketball court.
  • GUTHRIE-BLAKE PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide athletic court enhancement by installing a new half basketball court.
  • LAUDERDALE MANORS ENTRANCEWAY POTENTIAL SITE – This project will provide an athletic court enhancement by installing a new half basketball court.
  • BAYVIEW DRIVE ROAD REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT – This project is to mill and resurface Bayview Drive from Oakland Park Blvd. North to Federal Highway. The total length of the roadway to be addressed is approximately 2.7 miles.
  • DC ALEXANDER PARK REDEVELOPMENT – This project will provide park redevelopment according to the 10-year Parks and Recreation System Master Plan.
  • ESTERRE DAVIE WRIGHT PARK – This project will provide an athletic court enhancement by installing a new half basketball court.
  • MILLS POND PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide installation of new artificial turf athletic fields on all the multi-purpose fields.
  • NW 69TH STREET ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NW 69th St. from NW 2 Ave to NW 1 Ave. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 2ND AVENUE ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NW 2nd Ave. from NW 66 St northward to Cypress Creek Canal. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • SUNSET MHP ROADWAY REPAIRS (FY17-FY21) – This project includes repair of Sunset Mobile Home Park streets. These streets do not qualify for micro surfacing based on their assessed conditions based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 67TH STREET ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NW 67th St. from NW 2 Ave to NW 1 Ave. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • SE 24TH STREET ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of SE 24th St. from S. Federal Hwy to S. Miami Road. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 15TH AVENUE ROADWAY REPAIRS (FY17-FY21) – This project includes repair of NW 15 Ave. from NW 8 St. to NW 9 St. (Segment 1), NW 49 St. to Commercial Blvd. (Segment 2), and NW 52 St. NW 56 St. (Segment 3). This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • SW 18TH TERRACE ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of SW 18th Terrace from SW 32 Ct. to SW 30 St. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • PALM AIRE VILLAGE WEST TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Palm Aire Village West neighborhood.
  • CORAL RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Coral Ridge Country Club neighborhood.
  • TARPON RIVER TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Tarpon River neighborhood.
  • SHADY BANKS TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Shady Banks neighborhood.
  • LAKE RIDGE TRAFFIC CALMING IMPROVEMENTS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Lake Ridge neighborhood.
  • FLAMINGO PARK, CORAL RIDGE ISLES & PALM AIRE VILLAGE EAST SPEED HUMPS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in the Flamingo Park, Coral Ridge Isles & Palm Aire Village East neighborhoods.
  • SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS – CURVE TREATMENTS, RAISED ISLANDS AND SMALL ROADWAY RECONFIGURATIONS – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in neighborhoods, such as curve treatment, raised islands, and small roadway reconfiguration.
  • BROWARD COUNTY SEGMENT II BEACH NOURISHMENT – The project involves placement of beach-compatible sand along 4.9 miles of Broward County coastline, between Hillsboro Inlet and Port Everglades (3.54 miles within the City limits). This includes beach nourishment at Pompano Beach and Lauderdale-by-the-Sea; beach restoration at northern Fort Lauderdale (between Flamingo Ave and Terramar St.); and dune construction within the Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Fort Lauderdale segments.
  • SE 6TH AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS (FY17-FY21) – The City proposes to build a pedestrian friendly community plaza on the top of an extended tunnel roof at the Federal Highway entrance to Las Olas Blvd. The plaza will include park benches, a tourist kiosk, and a shaded area. This project will include a feasibility study. Construction will occur if the consultant’s report shows that the plaza can be built at the proposed location.
  • TRAFFIC CALMING CONSTRUCTION – Funding for this project will be used to construct traffic calming safety improvements in neighborhoods, such as roundabouts, raised intersections, crosswalk safety enhancements, signage, bike racks, bike lane striping, radar speed signs, variable message boards, and other treatments as defined in the traffic calming toolbox and through development of neighborhood Mobility Master plans.
  • POLICE HEADQUARTERS REPLACEMENT (FY22-FY26) – This project is intended to replace the City’s 60 year old 88,000 square feet police headquarters with a new 168,400 square foot facility. This new facility will include 372,500 square feet for the parking garage.
  • 1801 NE 45TH STREET – This project is for the installation of stormwater infrastructure to alleviate stormwater flooding at 1801 NE 45th Street.
  • PARKS ATHLETIC FIELDS AND COURTS ENHANCEMENTS (FY22-FY26) – The PRSMP recommended enhancements to improve the City’s athletic fields incorporating strategies such as artificial turf and advanced lighting technologies to increase the capacity of new and existing fields and allow for greater use. This project supports needed deferred maintenance for City athletic fields while also providing for upgrades and enhancements to these fields. These upgrades include improved lighting and resurfacing to increase the safety and quality of the playing experience. Year 1 – Holiday Park George English Park; Year 2 – Bass Park; Year 3 – Croissant Park Florence C. Hardy Park Holiday Park; Year 4 – Mills Pond Park Benneson Park Bryant Peney Park Coontie Hatchee Park Flamingo Park Gunthrie-Blake; Year 5 – DC Alexander Park Esterre Davis Wright Park Holiday Park; Year 6 – Shirley Small Community Park; Year 7 – Riverland Park Warfield Park; Year 8 – Sunset Park
  • ADA BARRIER REMOVAL CITY PARKS (FY22-FY26) – This project supports the corrective actions necessary to implement the barrier removal plan. The work schedule by park and year is below: Year 1: Holiday Park Riverwalk Joseph Carter Park George English Park Morton Activity Center Year 2: Bass Park Bayview Park Beach Community Floranda Park Hortt Park Las Olas Marina South Middle River Park Year 3: Fort Lauderdale Beach Park Croissant Park/Pool Florence C. Hardy Park Lauderdale Manor Park Osswald Park Riverland Park/Pool Warfield Park Year 4: Ann Herman Park Benneson Park Bill Keith Preserve Bryant Peney Park Colee Hatchee Park Coontie Hatchee Park Coral Ridge Park Dottie Mancini Park Earl Lifshey Park Dr. Elizabeth Hays Civic Park etc. Year 5: Ann Murray Greenway Annie Beck Park Bayview Drive Canal Ends DC Alexander Park Dolphin Isles Park Estere Davis Wright Park Francis L Abreu Place Hector Park Jack and Harriet Kaye Park Major William Lauderdale
  • CITY-OWNED SEAWALL RESTORATION AND REPLACEMENT (FY22-FY26) – This project will address the capital repair and/or replacement of the City-owned seawalls as identified in the proposed Seawall Master Plan (Project No. 12212). The repair or replacement efforts will include potential structural modifications to address the challenges associated with sea level rise in addition to the standard capital repairs rehabilitations or replacement.
  • NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC CALMING & PED SAFETY PROJECTS (FY22-FY26) – Funding for this project will be used to design and construct traffic calming safety improvements in neighborhoods such as roundabouts raised intersections crosswalk safety enhancements signage bike racks bike lane striping radar speed signs variable message boards and other treatments as defined in the traffic calming toolbox and through development of neighborhood Mobility Master plans. Application of the funding will be based on demonstrated need within neighborhoods and corridors making connections to neighborhoods. Improvements will be based on the outcomes of analyzing requests from neighborhoods through traffic studies and planning initiatives. The current FY2016 Mobility Master plans include Tarpon River and Shady Banks neighborhoods. Once the Mobility Master plans are completed for FY2017 funds will be set aside for those neighborhoods. Additional projects will be authorized by the City Manager based on demonstrated need and analysis.
  • BIRCH ROAD COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT (FY22-FY26) – The project is located in the North Beach Village Neighborhood along Birch Road between Vistamar Street and Bayshore Drive. The project will implement the transportation related improvements that are identified in the update to the Central Beach Master Plan. Improvements will include traffic calming pedestrian and bicycle network improvements on-street parking and stormwater improvements.
  • BAYVIEW DRIVE BIKE/PEDESTRIAN PROJECT – The project is on Bayview Drive from Oakland Park Blvd. to Commercial Blvd. and supports implementation of the Coral Ridge Country Club Estates Mobility Master Plan. The Plan will be completed in FY 2015 and will include neighbor-led prioritized action strategies. The project will address improvements and enhancements to pedestrian accommodations bicycle accommodations and traffic calming throughout the neighborhood.
  • LAS OLAS BLVD AT SE 8TH AND 9TH AVENUES – This project will upgrade the intersections of E Las Olas Blvd at SE 8th and SE 9th Avenues and modify intersection and pedestrian crossings to meet current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It also includes the required stormwater infrastructure changes to accommodate rebuilding the intersection and corners as well as right-of-way clips as needed.
  • SE 16TH STREET COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT – SE 16th Street plays a key role in providing access parallel to SE 17th Street including for commercial and residential uses. The street currently is not well defined and is in need of improvements to pedestrian bicycle and on-street parking accommodations in order improve mobility and access along this roadway.
  • NW 15TH AVENUE COMPLETE STREETS PROJECT – This project will include improvements to bicycle and pedestrian accommodations and traffic calming for this major collector in the Lauderdale Manors Neighborhood. The project will also connect Sunrise Boulevard and NW 19th Street providing a cut-through for vehicles. Improvements from Sunrise Blvd to Mills Pond Park will also be included in this project.
  • NE 26TH STREET COMPLETE STREETS – The project is located on NE 26th Street between US1 and Bayview Drive. The improvements will include bicycle and pedestrian improvements to complete the gap in the multimodal connectivity that will remain after the projects on NE 26th west of US1 and Bayview Drive are complete. This corridor currently does not have sidewalks or bike lanes but will serve as an important connection between US 1 and Bayview Drive. Due to its role as a collector with high volumes of vehicles separate bicycle and pedestrian accommodations are critical.
  • 1300 CORDOVA ROAD STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at 1300 Cordova Road.
  • 1544 ARGYLE DRIVE STORMWATER IMPROVEMENTS – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at 1544 Argyle Drive.
  • 1716 SE 7TH STREET – This project is for the installation of stormwater infrastructure to alleviate stormwater flooding at 1716 SE 7th Street.
  • 1261 SW 29TH AVENUE – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at 1261 SW 29th Avenue.
  • SW 15 AVE – SW 20 STREET – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at SW 15 Avenue – SW 20 Street.
  • 3032 NE 20 COURT – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at 3032 NE 20 Court.
  • 32-101 S. GORDON ROAD – This project includes replacement and installation of new stormwater infrastructures at 32-101 S. Gordon Road.
  • BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT WEST LAKE DRIVE OVER ESTELLE – This project is for the replacement of the existing Bridge #865771.
  • BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT SE 13TH STREET OVER CERRO GO – This project is for the replacement of the existing Bridge #865765.
  • BRIDGE RESTORATION – This project is for the restoration of bridges with epoxy coating including but not limited to: concrete spalls cracks expansion joints bulkheads and concrete piles. The work will include replacement of extremely corroded rebar and other maintenance as identified in the Bridge Master Plan.
  • HOLIDAY PARK IMPROVEMENTS (FY22-FY26) – This project will provide a total of 14 new shade structures for the baseball field bleachers clay court resurfacing at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center conversion to artificial turf on the multi-purpose athletic fields installation of 4 new racquetball courts installation of a new shade structure and court amenities replacement at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center and tennis center renovations (2500 sq. ft. at $150 per sq. ft.)
  • RIVERLAND PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will installation of new high energy efficient lighting on the multi-purpose ball fields. (FY20080068).
  • SHIRLEY SMALL PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide installation of artificial turf athletic fields with organic fill and also includes installing energy efficient lighting.
  • WARFIELD PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide youth-size football field replacement with installation of artificial turf athletic fields with organic fill.
  • STEPHEN FOSTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL POTENTIAL SITE – This project will provide two (2) new basketball courts.
  • SUNSET PARK IMPROVEMENTS – This project will provide football field replacement with installation of artificial turf athletic fields with organic fill.
  • SUNRISE MIDDLE SCHOOL POTENTIAL SITE – This project will provide rehabilitation of the racquetball courts and 5.1 acres of turf replacement.
  • WILLIAM DANDY MIDDLE SCHOOL POTENTIAL SITE – This project will provide resurfacing of 3 basketball courts 4 tennis courts and 6 racquetball courts.
  • ROAD REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT (FY22-FY26) – This project includes citywide replacement of streets in poor or failed condition that do not qualify for micro surfacing based on assessed conditions. The streets identified will be scheduled based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • CITY OWNED SIDEWALK REPAIR (FY22-FY26) – This project is to reconstruct selected concrete sidewalks curbs gutters and pavers in the City’s right of way and those sidewalks that are close to schools within the City limits. This project will repair and replace sidewalks and pavers that are trip and fall hazards and those that are the City’s responsibility.
  • SUNSET MHP ROADWAY REPAIRS (FY22-FY26) – This project includes repair of Sunset Mobile Home Park streets. These streets do not qualify for micro surfacing based on their assessed conditions based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 15TH AVENUE ROADWAY REPAIRS (FY22-FY26) – This project includes repair of NW 15 Ave. from NW 8 St. to NW 9 St. (Segment 1), NW 49 St. to Commercial Blvd. (Segment 2), and NW 52 St. NW 56 St. (Segment 3). This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NE 22ND WAY ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NE 22nd Way from NE 56 Pl. to Imperial Point Dr. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NE 26TH TERRACE ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NE 26th Terrace from NE 24 St. to NE 26 Ct. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • SE 18TH COURT ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of SE 18th Court from SW 15 Ave to S Federal Hwy. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 11TH AVENUE ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NW 11th Ave. from NW 8 Street to NW 10 St. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • NW 53RD STREET ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of NW 53rd St. from NW 9th Ave to NW 12 Ave. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • MANDARIN ISLE ROADWAY REPAIRS – This project includes repair of Mandarin Isle from SW 9 Ave. west to end of road. This street does not qualify for micro surfacing based on its assessed condition based on the Pavement Management System study results.
  • SE 6TH AVENUE IMPROVEMENTS (FY22-FY26) – The City proposes to build a pedestrian friendly community plaza on the top of an extended tunnel roof at the Federal Highway entrance to Las Olas Blvd. The plaza will include park benches, a tourist kiosk, and a shaded area. This project will include a feasibility study. Construction will occur if the consultant’s report shows that the plaza can be built at the proposed location.

Hallandale

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  • NE 14 Avenue Roadway and Landscaping Improvements – Streetscape improvements including landscaping along the west side of NE 14 Avenue and around the stormwater pump stations, bulb-outs and landscaping on the east side of NE 14 Avenue, bike lanes, mid block crosswalks, street furniture, and milling and resurfacing.
  • Three Island Reuse Irrigation – Construction of an 8″ reuse water line from the City of Hollywood to Joseph Scavo Park.
  • Atlantic Shores Blvd. Roadway Improvement – Milling and resurfacing of the road, installing bike lanes, center median, sidewalks and crosswalks, as well as lighting upgrades, landscaping and irrigation improvements.
  • Layne Boulevard Sidewalk – Installation of new sidewalk and bike lanes along Layne Boulevard.
  • Crosswalks Upgrades – Testing and rehabilitating textured patterned crosswalks.
  • Replacing existing damaged sidewalk – Replacing of existing damaged sidewalks(tripping hazards).
  • A1A Bus Shelter Improvements – Replacing the existing bus shelters along A1A and install a new one in front on the South Beach Park.
  • Water Supply & Treatments – Implementing multiple water production upgrades (new public well, reverse osmosis skid, raw water pipe line.)
  • High Service Pumps and Transfers Pumps
    – Replacing existing high service pumps and transfer pumps for the water treatment plant.
  • SW Quadrant Drainage Improvements – Drainage improvements to the Southwest quadrant to alleviate flooding conditions.
  • A1A Bridge improvements – Bridge improvements to include: painting the bridge, mural on the north bound east side of bridge to match the south bound, and up lighting under the bridge.
  • Foster Road water line upgrade – Water main improvements to address fire flow deficiencies at the selected hydrants serving Hallandale High School include the replacement of 3,330 linear feet of existing 4-inch water mains and 6-inch water mains with proposed 8-inch mains.
  • Diana Drive Improvements – Providing additional parking spaces, implementing sidewalks, providing landscaping solutions to separate the residential from the commercial areas and implementing divided traffic on the frontage road and Diana Drive.
  • SE 9 Street – Milling and resurfacing of the road, installing sidewalks, on-street parking, as well as lighting upgrades, landscaping and irrigation improvements.
  • Hibiscus Road – Construction of a new 50-foot roadway to include: two-way travel lanes, sidewalks, landscaping, drainage, right-of-way acquisition.
  • SE 5 Avenue and SE 2 Street – Milling and resurfacing of the road, installing sidewalks, on-street parking, as well as lighting upgrades, landscaping and irrigation improvements.

Hillsboro Beach

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  • Renovations of Town Hall – Replacing the roof, open hurricane impact windows, and door, upgrading the interior offices, and adding additional parking.
  • Community Wide Fiber Network – Installing approximately 3 miles of conduit and fiber cable. Once installed the town will contract with a third party to provide cable, phone, and internet services to residents.
  • Beach Renourishment – Replacing approximately 50,000 cubic yards of sand on the first 5,000 feet of beach beginning at the Northern Town corporation limit and going South.

Hollywood

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  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.
  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalk segments where none currently exist, including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.
  • Alley Resurfacing – Dist. 1 – Reconstruction and resurfacing of alleys throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide.
  • Alley Resurfacing – Dist. 2 – Reconstruction and resurfacing of alleys throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide.
  • Alley Resurfacing – Dist. 3 – Reconstruction and resurfacing of alleys throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide.
  • Alley Resurfacing – Dist. 6 – Reconstruction and resurfacing of alleys throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide.
  • Structural Repairs to C-10 Bridges – Structural repair of five bridges along the C-10 canal system, specifically at Sherman Street, Taft Street, Johnson Street, 29 Avenue and Sanders Street. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an estimated cost of $1,800,000 for all locations.
  • City Facility Renovations & Improvements – Replacement of HVAC systems, flooring, and roofs at various city facilities and buildings at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 citywide from 2017 – 2026.
  • Complete Streets – Hollywood Blvd – City portion of $6.8 million MPO funded “Complete Streets” improvement project including pavered sidewalks, bike lanes, pedestrian lighting, transit amenities, landscaping, safety median, traffic signal upgrades and crosswalks.
  • Complete Streets – State Rd 7 – City contribution to $60 million FDOT improvement project to fund mobility hubs; pedestrian access to the linear park; lighting; play & exercise equipment, shade structure, drinking fountains; wayfinding signage; traffic calming; paved parking.
  • Complete Streets – US1 – Installation of “Complete Streets” improvements including designated bike lanes, pedestrian level lighting, transit amenities, sidewalk enhancements, crosswalk upgrades, landscaping and signalization upgrades.
  • Complete Streets – Johnson St – Acquisition of right of way along Johnson Street for implementation of Complete Streets design.
  • Neighborhood Improvements  – Dist. 1 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Neighborhood Improvements – Dist. 2 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Neighborhood Improvements – Dist. 3 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Neighborhood Improvements – Dist. 4 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Neighborhood Improvements – Dist. 5 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Neighborhood Improvements – Dist. 6 – Installation of neighborhood improvements including gateway features, signage, landscaping, curbing; and installation of noise and screen walls. Improvements will occur throughout the city at an approximate cost of $15,000,000 from 2017 – 2026.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 1 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 2 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 3 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 4 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 5 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Citywide Street Resurfacing – Dist. 6 – Resurfacing of streets throughout city at an approximate cost of $24,000,000 spent citywide from 2017 – 2036.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 1 – Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 2 -Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 3 – Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 4 – Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 5 – Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Transportation/Traffic Calming – Dist. 6 – Installation of traffic safety and transportation improvement projects including pedestrian safety projects, signage and traffic calming at an approximate cost of $5,000,000 citywide from 2017 through 2026.
  • Turtle Lighting Improvements – Replacement of fixtures on Hollywood Beach with new turtle friendly lighting.
  • High Service Pump Replacement – Replacement of existing high service pumps at the City’s Water Treatment Plant with new energy efficient pumps with variable frequency drives.
  • Industrial Park & Corridor Improvements – Infrastructure improvements and beautification of roadways in commercial and industrial districts and is anticipated to occur in various areas at an approximate cost of $5,000,000.
  • Industrial Park & Corridor Improvements – Infrastructure improvements and beautification of roadways in commercial and industrial districts and is anticipated to occur in various areas at an approximate cost of $5,000,000.
  • Montella Park Restrooms – Construction of restrooms for the park.
  • Oakwood Park Improvements – Installation of new walk/run path, seating areas, fitness component and possible marine amenity.
  • Playground Improvements – Replacement of safety surfacing, playground equipment and shade covers at various city parks at an approximate cost of $3,000,000 to occur from 2017 – 2026.
  • David Park Tennis Center Renovations – Renovation of restroom and locker area.
  • Parks & Recreation Small Projects – Small scale improvements in various community centers and parks throughout the City at an approximate cost of $500,000 to occur from 2017 through 2031.
  • Stan Goldman Park Improvements – Installation of entrance pergola, additional park lighting, updated fencing, solar bollards, security cameras, benches, emergency call station, exercise equipment, sand volley ball court and  half basketball court, and landscaping.
  • Washington Pk. Center Gym/Weight Room – Replace wooden gym flooring and renovate the weight room.
  • MLK Community Ctr Gym Floor – Replace wooden gym flooring.
  • Open Space/Land Acquisition – Land acquisition for expansion of city facilities, addition of park or open space anticipated to occur from 2017 through 2026 at an approximate cost of $5,000,000.
  • Vehicle Replacement – Replacement of police vehicles at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2021.
  • Replacement of Fire Station #45 – Demolition of the existing outdated Fire Station and Garage facilities located at 1810 N 64th Avenue in Hollywood followed by the construction of a new 7,224 square foot Fire Station on the site to be LEED “Silver” USGBC certified.
  • Fire Hose Replacement – Fire hose replacement on vehicles and at stations to occur 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $600,000.
  • Stretchers for ALS Rescue units – Replacement of Advance Life Support Rescue Unit stretchers needed for transport.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 74 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 5 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 45 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 31 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 40 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Station 105 – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • Replace Fire Engines – Training Facility – Replacement of fire engines and associated equipment over a twenty year period at an approximate cost of $3,600,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 74 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 5 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 45 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 31 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 40 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Station 105 – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • ALS Rescue Unit Replacement – Training – Replacement of Advanced Life Support (ALS) rescue units over a twenty-year period at an approximate cost of $6,000,000.
  • Replacement of Hazmat Vehicle – Replacement of a Hazmat Vehicle at an approximate cost of $800,000.
  • Fire Pumper – Replacement of a Fire Pumper.
  • Fire Rescue Support Vehicles – Replacement of vehicles for fire prevention bureau, beach safety division, fire rescue administration and operations division and specialized command vehicle over a twenty year term.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment and exhaust capture equipment.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment and exhaust capture equipment.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment and exhaust capture equipment.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment and exhaust capture equipment.
  • Upgrades to Fire Stations – Installation of equipment and upgrades to stations including personal protective gear cleaning equipment, upgrading security systems, replacing T1 lines, updating of E-911 dispatch tone notification equipment and exhaust capture equipment.
  • Lifeguard Tower Replacement – Replacement of lifeguard towers on Hollywood Beach and installing a new one at Nevada Street.
  • SCBA Replacement Units – Replacement of 110 Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) units.
  • Environmental Resiliency – Dist. 1 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Environmental Resiliency – Dist. 2 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Environmental Resiliency  – Dist. 3 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Environmental Resiliency – Dist. 4 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Environmental Resiliency – Dist. 5 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Environmental Resiliency – Dist. 6 – Construction of projects to improve the resiliency of city infrastructure including drainage projects, bio-swales, septic to sewer conversion. This project is expected to occur citywide at an approximate cost of $10,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • Beach Renourishment – City contribution for beach renourishment in an estimated amount of $5,000,000 from 2017 through 2026.
  • New Sanitary Sewer System along US1 – Replace septic system with new sanitary sewers in the vicinity of US1  and Sheridan which is an important commercial corridor with no sanitary sewer service.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 1 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 2 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 3 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 4 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 5 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • LED Street Light Program – Dist. 6 – City-wide replacement of street lighting fixtures with pedestrian level lighting systems using energy efficient LED lights. This project occurs throughout the city at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2017 through 2036.
  • Citywide Closed Circuit TV & LPR’s – Installation of CCTV and LPR cameras throughout the city, particularly along major corridors at an approximate cost of $12,000,000 anticipated to be completed 2017 through 2022.
  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.
  • Structural Repairs to C-10 Bridges – Structural repair of five bridges along the C-10 canal system, specifically at Sherman Street, Taft Street, Johnson Street, 29 Avenue and Sanders Street. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an estimated cost of $1,800,000 for all locations.
  • Field Equipment Replacement – Citywide replacement of sports field maintenance equipment. This project is estimated to cost approximately $2,000,000 from 2017 through 2036 and will provide equipment for fields throughout the city.
  • Playground Improvements – Replacement of safety surfacing, playground equipment and shade covers at various city parks at an approximate cost of $3,000,000 to occur from 2017 – 2026.
  • Fire Hose Replacement – Fire hose replacement on vehicles and at stations to occur 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $600,000.
  • Citywide Closed Circuit TV & LPR’s – Installation of CCTV and LPR cameras throughout the city, particularly along major corridors at an approximate cost of $12,000,000 anticipated to be completed 2017 through 2022.
  • Community Shuttle Buses – Acquisition of transit vehicles to establish a community shuttle program.
  • Industrial Park & Corridor Improvements – Infrastructure improvements and beautification of roadways in commercial and industrial districts and is anticipated to occur in various areas at an approximate cost of $5,000,000.
  • ArtsPark Improvements – ArtsPark enhancements to potentially include installation of seating, shade structure, fencing and replacement of equipment in glass blowing studio.
  • Dowdy Sports Field Improvements – Demolition of vacated Armory building and enhancements to Dowdy Field including the replacement of natural turf with synthetic and removal of netting poles to create a complete multi-use synthetic turf athletic facility.
  • City Marina Improvements – Improvements to the city marina including upgrade of dock power pedestals, installation of solar security lighting for dock safety, and replacement of fuel dispenser equipment, fencing and piers.
  • Outdoor Sport Court Replacement – Replacement of basketball courts, tennis courts, paddleball courts and skateparks courts throughout the city at an approximate cost of $275,000 to occur from 2017 – 2026.
  • Sea Wall Construction – Install new seawalls in the public rights-of-way, replace aging seawalls and address seepage around North and South Lake and adjacent to the Intracoastal waterway at an approximate cost of $30,000,000 from 2022 through 2036.
  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.
  • Structural Repairs to C-10 Bridges – Structural repair of five bridges along the C-10 canal system, specifically at Sherman Street, Taft Street, Johnson Street, 29 Avenue and Sanders Street. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an estimated cost of $1,800,000 for all locations.
  • Field Equipment Replacement – Citywide replacement of sports field maintenance equipment. This project is estimated to cost approximately $2,000,000 from 2017 through 2036 and will provide equipment for fields throughout the city.
  • Fire Hose Replacement – Fire hose replacement on vehicles and at stations to occur 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $600,000.
  • Coastal Link Station & Parking Garage – Construction of a rail platform with canopy, grade-separated overpass, ticket agent building on platform and
    400-space parking structure.
  • Beach Maintenance Facility – Construction of a beach maintenance facility.
  • Marine/Waterway Master Plan Projects – Funding in an approximate amount of $10,000,000 for various projects listed in the Waterway Master Plan, such as a seawall study; marina upgrades; renovations to the Rotary park boat ramp; and waterfront park enhancements.
  • Sailor’s Point Boat Ramp Improvements – Renovation and upgrade of boat launch area, landing area and staging area.
  • Sheridan Oak Walking Trail Improvements – Addition of elevated walkway throughout the preserved natural habitat.
  • Police Administration & Training Bldg. – Construction of a new police administration and training facility to include a parking garage, furnishings and equipment.
  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.
  • Structural Repairs to C-10 Bridges – Structural repair of five bridges along the C-10 canal system, specifically at Sherman Street, Taft Street, Johnson Street, 29 Avenue and Sanders Street. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at an estimated cost of $1,800,000 for all locations.
  • Field Equipment Replacement – Citywide replacement of sports field maintenance equipment. This project is estimated to cost approximately $2,000,000 from 2017 through 2036 and will provide equipment for fields throughout the city.
  • Fire Hose Replacement – Fire hose replacement on vehicles and at stations to occur 2017 through 2036 at an approximate cost of $600,000.
  • New and Replacement Sidewalks – Installation of new sidewalks including ADA ramps and curbing, and replacement of cracked or broken sidewalks throughout the city. Project will occur from 2017 through 2036 at a cost of approximately $15,000,000 spent citywide.

Lauderdale By The Sea

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  • Sanitary Sewer Main Lining – Renovate Sanitary Sewer mains
  • Sewer Lateral Lining – Renovate Sanitary Sewer laterals
  • Road Resurfacing – Resurface roads – south
  • El Mar Drive Improvements – Rebuild EL Mar Drive with drainage, lighting, and pedestrian friendly walkways and bike lanes
  • El Prado Park Renovations – Redevelop El Prado Park to be more pedestrian friendly
  • Friedt Park Improvements – Friedt Park improvements to include fencing, fit trail, and accessories (benches, tables, etc)
  • Public Beach Restrooms – Additional public beach restroom (TBD)
  • Neighborhood Swail Restoration – Re-establish swales into pervious areas to increase drainage
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation
  • Road Resurfacing – Resurface roads – north
  • Road Resurfacing – Resurface roads – south
  • Town Hall / Civic Center Complex – New Town Hall to include Fire Station, Police Station and Community Center
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation
  • Road Resurfacing – Resurface roads – south
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation
  • Drainage Projects – New drainage projects – TBD
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – New neighborhood street lighting
  • Neighborhood Sidewalks – New neighborhood sidewalks
  • Parking Facilities – Create additional parking
  • Public Works Vehicles – Replace Public Works vehicles (sweeper, trucks, electric carts, and back hoe)
  • Police and Fire Vehicles – Replace fire and police emergency vehicles
  • Traffic Calming – Traffic calming projects town-wide
  • Reef Project – Expand the artificial reefs for sea life habitation

Lauderhill Projects

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  • Firefighting Vehicle Replacements – Fire pumper truck and 2 staff vehicles.
  • Bus Transportation Vehicle Replacements – 3 new buses for transporting residents, youth sports and special events.
  • Lieberman Park upgrades – Footbridge repairs, benches, canopy, outdoor tables and chairs.
  • Enterprise Software – New computer software for all major operations of City.
  • Gateway Improvements – Signage and landscaping at entrances to Performing Arts Center from SR7 and Sunrise Blvd.
  • Performing Arts Center Parking – Leasing, paving, lighting, walkways for parking lot on property south of Performing Arts Center.
  • Swimming Pool Improvements – New heaters, pumps, filters, marcite for three public swimming pools.
  • Police Vehicle Replacements – 5 new patrol vehicles per year with lights, armor, radio, computer.
  • Sidewalk Repair Program – Citywide program to repair broken sidewalks on cost-share basis with residents.
  • Roadways Paving Program – Citywide program to repave roads on a 10-year rolling schedule.
  • Privacy Walls – Repair and paint privacy walls installed citywide on annual basis.
  • City Buildings Repairs and Renovations – Citywide repairs and renovations to City buildings and facilities on an annual basis.
  • Roundabout Construction Program – Add new roundabouts on City streets to slow traffic and reduce congestion.
  • Speed Humps – Add new speedhumps on City streets to slow traffic and improve safety.
  • Roadway Improvements – Reconstruction, medians, curbing and landscaping on arterial City roads.
  • Police Vehicle Replacements – 5 new patrol vehicles per year with lights, armor, radio, computer.
  • Sidewalk Repair Program – Citywide program to repair broken sidewalks on cost-share basis with residents.
  • Roadways Paving Program – Citywide program to repave roads on a 10-year rolling schedule.
  • Privacy Walls – Repair and paint privacy walls installed citywide on annual basis.
  • City Buildings Repairs and Renovations – Citywide repairs and renovations to City buildings and facilities on an annual basis.
  • Roundabout Construction Program – Add new roundabouts on City streets to slow traffic and reduce congestion.
  • Speed Humps – Add new speedhumps on City streets to slow traffic and improve safety.
  • Roadway Improvements – Reconstruction, medians, curbing and landscaping on arterial City roads.
  • Park Equipment and Furnishings – New exercise equipment, outdoor play stations, park furnishings.
  • Parking Garage – Parking Garage for hotel and Performing Arts Center.

Lighthouse Point

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  • Construct New Fire Station – Construct a new fire station rated to withstand a category 5 hurricane.
  • Street Milling and Resurfacing – Mill and resurface streets
  • Replace Playgrounds at Dan Witt Park – Replace the large and small playgounds, including new canopies and flooring.
  • Renovate Civitan Building at Dan Witt Park – Renovate building, including restrooms.
  • Replace Bridge #867205 on Sample Road – Replace a circa 1960 bridge that services an island of approximately 1,000 residents.
  • Construct Recreation Center – Construct recreation center. Possibly renovate and convert the old fire station into a recreation center.
  • Frank McDonough Park Improvements – Grade and resurface sportsfield and baseball field.
  • Dan Witt Park Improvements – Grade and resurface sportsfield and baseball fields.
  • Replace Fencing at Dan Witt Park – Replace the perimeter and tennis court fencing.
  • Tennis Center Improvements – Recondition clay courts, replace roof, and replace tennis court fencing.
  • Sidewalk Repairs – Repair sidewalks.
  • Replace Two Medical Rescue Units – Replace two medical rescue units that are 10 years old.
  • Street Milling and Resurfacing – Mill and resurface streets.
  • Replace Bridge – Replace a circa 1960 bridge that serves an island. Location to be determined.
  • DeGroff Park Improvements – Replace entrance fence, repair parking area, replace playground, and landscaping.
  • Renovate Public Works Complex – Renovate and upgrade the public works complex.
  • Replace Fire Department Ladder Truck – Replace a 2008 fire department ladder truck.
  • Fire Department Radio Upgrade – Replace all handheld and mobile emergency radios for fire department.
  • Police Department Radio Upgrade – Replace all handheld and mobile emergency radios for police department
  • Renovate Police Station – Renovate the 1995 police station. Last renovated in 2006.
  • Renovate City Hall and Library – Renovate the 1987 city hall and library. Last renovated in 2007.
  • Street Milling and Paving – Mill and resurface streets.
  • Replace Bridge – Replace a circa 1960 bridge that serves an island. Location to be determined.
  • Streetscape Repairs and Improvements – Repair streetscape medians, roundabout, and sidewalks as needed.
  • Replace Two Medical Rescue Units – Replace two medical rescue units that are 10 years old.
  • Replace Fire Engine – Replace a 2013 fire engine.
  • Replace Bridge – Replace a circa 1960 bridge that serves an island. Location to be determined.
Replace Bridge – Replace a circa 1960 bridge that serves an island. Location to be determined.

Margate

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  • Colonial Drive Improvements – Colonial Drive serves as the main access point to Northwest Medical Center and adjacent medical-related buildings. This project provides for enhanced pedestrian crossing points as well as enhancements to the Colonial Drive median.
  • Winfield Blvd. Improvements – Improvements to Winfield Blvd. include sidewalks, crosswalks, and landscaping. Landscaping will be enhanced in the median located at the eastern section of the roadway. In addition, entrance signs and trees will be added as appropriate.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Mobile Command Vehicle – Replace the 20-year old vehicle with a state-of-the-art Mobile Command Vehicle utilized by Police and/or Fire for large scale events.
  • Fire Station #58 Replacement – Replace Fire Station #58 which was constructed in 1974 and is at the end of its useable life. The new Fire Station would be constructed on the existing site.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles. 
  • Sidewalk Additions (Various) – Improve pedestrian safety by installing ADA compliant sidewalks in areas that currently do not have sidewalks.
  • Traffic Calming Circle – Install traffic calming circles at NW 66th Ave and Margate Boulevard to improve traffic safety at this intersection.
  • Traffic Calming Circle – Install traffic calming circles at Coral Gate Boulevard and Banks Road in order to improve traffic safety at this intersection.
  • Police Dept. Window/Door Replacement – Replace front façade windows and doors of Police Department for additional storm protection.
  • Senior Center Flooring Replacement – Replace flooring in the multi-purpose room of the Northwest Focal Point Senior Center. The current flooring is at the end of its useful lifespan.
  • Senior Center Impact Windows – Replace windows at the Northwest Focal Point Senior Center with impact windows that are energy efficient and provide additional storm protection.
  • Government Center (City Hall/Police Department/Commission Chambers) Roof Replacement – Provides for the necessary replacement of the roof at the Government Center.
  • Curb/Gutter Repair/Replacement (Various) – Repair, and where necessary, replace uplifted, cracked, and damaged concrete curbing.
  • Dog Park – Construct a dog park that will feature separate large and small dog areas, shade structures, onsite parking, walkways, and other amenities.
  • Firefighters Park Parking Improvements – Construct additional parking spaces at Firefighters Park, the City’s most used park.
  • Firefighters Pk-Winfield Blvd. Bridge – Construct a pedestrian bridge connecting the homes on and around Winfield Blvd. to Firefighters Park.
  • Community Garden – Construct a community garden for access to all residents.
  • Firefighters Park Multi-purpose Courts – Repurpose an existing, unused roller hockey rink, into a 12,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose court giving residents the ability to use it for multiple activities.
  • Firefighters Park Playground  – Renovate the existing playground at Firefighters Park with state-of-the-art equipment, safety surfacing, and a shade canopy.
  • Parks & Grounds Maint. Facility – Construct a Parks & Grounds Maintenance Facility to house administration, maintenance operations, and storage.
  • Serino Park Improvements – Construct a restroom and storage building along with a pavilion, fitness stations, tennis/pickleball courts and splash pad.
  • Vinson Park Improvements – Renovate the playground and parking lot at Vinson Park and provide for accessible walkway connections to all park amenities.
  • Southgate Park Improvements – Install rubberized poured-in-place surfacing at the playground and site furnishings such as bicycle racks, benches, and shade structures.
  • Andrew’s Field Improvements – Construct a shelter and concession stand and renovate the baseball and softball fields. In addition, install a soccer/lacrosse overlay in the baseball fields.
  • Southeast Park Artificial Turf – Construct/install an artificial turf field on the multi-purpose field at Southeast Park.
  • Centennial Park Improvements – Install tennis courts, pavilion, and additional site furnishings. In addition, install rubberized poured-in-place surfacing at the playground.
  • Veterans Memorial Park Parking Improvements – Mill and overlay new asphalt at Veterans Memorial Park/Margate Marina.
  • Veterans Memorial Park Restroom – Mill and overlay new asphalt at Veterans Memorial Park/Margate Marina.
  • Veterans Memorial Park Parking Improvements – Construct a restroom at Veterans Memorial Park/Margate Marina.
  • Margate Sports Complex Improvements – Install new home run fencing and shade canopies over spectator areas and the playground. In addition, renovate dugouts, backstop fencing, and batting cage areas.
  • Southeast Park Improvements – Replace Southeast Park concession structure with a new concession facility that includes restrooms and storage.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Public Safety Bldg./Fire Sta. 18 Rplcmnt – Replace Fire Station #18 built in 1987 and will be nearing the end of its lifespan. The replacement fire station may be a part of a proposed Public Safety Building to potentially house Police/Fire Admin and an Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
  • Fire Station #98 Renovation – Renovate Fire Station #98 built in 1997 to include a new roof as well as additional building renovations. The roof is nearing the end of its serviceable lifespan.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles. 
  • Roadway Resurfacing (Various) – Arterial/collector roads within the City were last resurfaced in 2008. The wearing asphalt has a 15-20 year life expectancy. This project would be to perform a mill and overlay to extend life of roadways.
  • City Bicycle/Pedestrian Greenway System– Construct bicycle/pedestrian greenways in order to foster safe off-road passageways for bicyclists and pedestrians in the City.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles.
  • Bridge Rehabilitation (Various) – Repair bridges throughout the City to correct any deficiencies. Bridges throughout the City were last rehabilitated in 2008.
  • Curb/Gutter Repair/Replacement (Various) – Repair, and where necessary, replace uplifted, cracked, and damaged concrete curbing.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles.
  • City Hall Replacement – Replace City Hall, built in 1989, with a new, more energy efficient building, that will serve the needs of the residents, businesses, and visitors.
  • Police Vehicles – Replace marked/unmarked patrol vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule reducing the average vehicle age from 6.25 to 5 years. Starting in Year 6, maintenance costs greatly increase. At $700,000 per year, 20 Police vehicles can be replaced each year.
  • Fire Vehicles/Apparatus – Replace fire rescue vehicles in a systematic replacement schedule with an average annual budget of $600,000. Potential vehicles include engines, a quint, rescues, and other staff vehicles.
  • Public Works Admin. Bldg. Replacement – Replace the Public Works Administration Building, built in 1996, with a newer, more energy efficient building that will serve the needs of the residents, businesses, and visitors.

Miramar

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Pembroke Road Expansion from SW 160th Avenue to 184th Avenue – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Pembroke Road Expansion from SW 184th Avenue to 200th Avenue – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Pembroke Road Expansion from SW 200th Avenue to US-27 – Construct new 4-lane roadway
  • Miramar Parkway Extension to Pembroke Road – Construct new 4-lane roadway from SW 192nd Terrace to Pembroke road
  • Miramar Boulevard Expansion from Palm Avenue to Douglas Road – Expand travel lanes from 4 to 6 lanes
  • SW 148th Avenue Expansion from Bass Creek Road to Miramar Parkway – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • County Line Road Expansion from Flamingo Road to Red Road – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Pavement resurface of various roads throughout the City
  • Historic Miramar Complete Streets Project – Redevelopment of Historic Miramar area with Complete Streets from SR 7 to SW 62 Avenue and Pembroke Road to County Line Road
  • Miramar Parkway Streetscape from SW 64 Avenue to SW 68 Avenue – Add bike lanes, ADA improvements, lighting, landscaping and hardscape improvements, Pedestrain crossing at SW 67 Terrace.
  • Bus Replacement – Replace transit bus
  • New transit bus – Purchase new transit bus
  • Bus shelter improvement – Improve bus shelters
  • Vizcaya Park – Construction of LEED Silver Certified facility on 20 acre park; includes three baseball fields, one soccer field, walkways, playground, two pavilions and an 8,000 sq. ft.The Phase 3 of work includes the construction of one soccer/football field, additional parking, three pavilions, monument sign, splash pads, and associated improvements.
  • Miramar Regional Park – Phase III – Additional improvements required include proposed improvements within the overflow parking and promenade area.
  • Historic Miramar Drainage Improvements – Phase IV – Drainage improvements in Historic Miramar – south of Miramar Parkway and east of the Turnpike
  • Park Improvements-Various – This project will include improvements to various parks throughout the City, including Beekman, Sheraton, River Run, Sunset Lakes, Silver Shores and Forzano Parks. For FY 15, the playground will be replaced at Huntington North Park.
  • Ansin Sports Complex – Phase Il/Ill – Lighting improvements, soccer field drainage improvements.
  • Monarch Lakes Park  – A passive park consisting of walking path with lighting, parking area for this park and Flamingo Estates Park, landscaping and connecting walkways to adjacent Flamingo Estates Park.
  • Sewer Line Rehabilitation – Address priority areas which have the most infiltration and inflows. Total wastewater flows to the treatment plant should be reduced through this aggressive infiltration and inflow control program, thereby reducing operational costs.
  • Public Informational Signs – Design / install Monument Signs with electronic digital displays at the Cultural Arts Center, Regional Park, and Shirley Branca Park.
  • Eastern Miramar Fire Hydrant & Lines Improvements – Upgrade aged and under-sized water mains and install new fire hydrants in Historic Miramar to increase capacity and improve fire safety.
  • Meter Repair & Replacement – This project endeavors to maintain all meters and components through timely replacements to ensure continued accuracy in readings and billing.
  • Country Club Ranches Water Main Improve. – Phase I – This project provides potable 8″ water main distribution lines, service lines, fire hydrants, fittings, valves and related appurtenances, road restoration/driveway restoration as required to Country Club Estates, Country Club Ranches Section II,  Miramar West, and Largo at Miramar.
  • East Water Plant Process Enhancement – Project to install nanofiltration membrane treatment.  This modification to the existing facility will allow the City to improve finished water quality reliability, provide a higher treatment reliability, maximize treatment capacity of the existing site, and ultimately eliminate solids handling of lime softening treatment by-products at the facility – potentially decreasing truck traffic in a residential neighborhood.
  • Reclaimed Water System Exp/Piping-1-75 Crossing – This project incorporates additional system infrastructure within the City’s reclaimed water service area and includes a crossing under the I-75 corridor.  The project is in line with the City’s mandate to offset on the withdrawals on the local aquifers with alternative water supplies.  This project also includes the construction phase of the Flamingo Road 8-inch Water Main Project which will provide an alternative water source to the Biscayne aquifer and fresh surface water with provision of 0.4 MGD reclaimed water to users who are currently using or plan to use groundwater or surface water for irrigation.  Upon completion of this phase of the project, a total of five developments and commercial sites (Silver Falls; Atlantic Commons; Wal-Mart Shopping Plaza; Miramar Square Shopping Plaza; Aviation Sales) will be able to connect to the reclaimed water system with 0.4 MGD of demand.
  • Reclaimed Water System Expansion/WWRF – Currently, the City WWRF has 4.0 MGD of reclaimed water capacity permitted to meet the demands of the service area.  The WWRF has a permitted treatment capacity of 12.0 MGD.  This project increases the reclaimed water capacity to 6.0 MGD and will support future service within the defined region.
  • Historic Downtown Revitalization – Decorative roadway and pedestrian lighting; new landscaping and irrigation, replacing concrete sidewalks and pavers, new ADA ramps, decorative crosswalks, median hardscape improvements, drainage, roadway repaving and pavement markings. Also includes $110,000 for drainage improvements along SW 69th Way adjacent to Shirley Branca Park.
  • Additional North Bound Right Turn Lane-Dykes Road – This project is to conduct a traffic study and construct best alternative at the intersection of Dykes Road and Miramar Parkway and evaluate the need for an additional northbound right-turn lane along Dykes Road to facilitate the flow of traffic  from Dykes Road northbound to Miramar Parkway east bound and then to I-75 southbound to alleviate traffic congestion.
  • Historic Miramar Arts District – This district will serve as a venue for local artist and designers, among others to construct, showcase, store and sell their work. It will also serve as a mechanism to support the general welfare, education, and recreational pleasure of the public.
  • Miramar Parkway Streetscape (SW 64 to SW 68) – Continuation of Miramar Parkway streetscape improvements (sidewalks; bike lanes; lighting; drainage; landscaping).
  • Raw Water Main – Huntington Wellfield – This project is to design, permit and construct a new raw water main from the Huntington Wellfield to the West Water Treatment Facility and install the required equipment to activate the existing well (new pump, piping, controls, etc.).
  • West VVTP Nano-Membrane Skid – Continuation of Miramar Parkway streetscape improvements (sidewalks; bike lanes; lighting; drainage; landscaping).
  • Water Supply/Future Capacity Feasibility Study – This project is to prepare a potable water supply/capacity feasibility study to support the City’s water supply needs through “build-out” conditions within the City’s Utilities service boundaries. The project includes a review of alternative water supplies to include reuse applications which offer a means to reduce the demands of fresh water or potable water.
  • WWRF Secondary Vehicle Access – This project is to conduct a vehicle access feasibility study and prepare a site plan to identify and support a secondary entrance at the Wastewater Reclamation Facility (WWRF) and then construct the suggested improvements.
  • Fire Station 107 – Construction of 13,000 sq. ft., 3 apparatus bay Fire Rescue Station; office/community meeting space.
  • Historic Public Safety Complex – Construction of new building to house the Police Substation, Crime Lab and Evidence Storage and Police Logistics in one location.
  • Fire Rescue Logistics Relocation to Fire Headquarters – This project entails interior renovations to facilitate relocating Fire-Rescue Logistics to the Fire-Rescue Administration Facility. Renovations to include construction of a reception area, construction of six offices, conference room, break room, secure medical supply stock room, secure general supply stock room, work shop, HVAC system modifications, etc.
  • Fire Station 84 Relocation – This project will relocate Fire Station 84 to a new 12,000 square foot Fire Station Facility at 145 Avenue and Miramar Parkway. Project to include land acquisition and building construction.
  • Vicki Coceano Childcare Facility Replacement – This project will replace the existing childcare facility due to age and deterioration of building with a 4,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art childcare facility; which will provide Historic Miramar with quality childcare services in a safe environment. 
  • Perry Wellman Field Renovations – Renovations to playfield.
  • Miramar Athletic Park Renovations – Renovations to playfields.
  • Country Lakes West Park – Construct park.
  • West Water Plant Process Improvements 
  • Fleet Maintenance Vehicle Parking Lot
  • Installation & Replacement of Streetlights-SR 7/US 441
  • Fire Rescue Logistics Relocation to Fire Headquarters
  • Air & Light Support Unit
  • Special Operations Vehicle (SOV)
  • Parks Restroom Facilities
  • Miramar Regional Park Baseball Field Restroom / Concession Building
  • Citywide Parks Parking Lots Improvements
  • Bus Stop Improvements
  • Town Center Courtyard Brick Paver & Grass Replace
  • WWRF Fuel Depot Renovations
  • Public Safety Emergency Training Complex
  • Parks and Recreation Field Operations Center
  • Vehicle Wash Facility
  • Bass Creek Road Expansion from SW 148th Avenue to SW 172nd Avenue – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • SW 184th Avenue Expansion from Miramar Parkway to Bass Creek road – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • SW 184th Avenue Expansion from Miramar Parkway to Pembroke Road – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Pembroke Road bike lane – SR 7 to Island Drive
  • SW 64 Avenue bike lane – Pembroke Road to SW 35 Place
  • SW 68 Avenue bike lane – Pembroke Road to County Line Rd
  • Douglas Road bike lane – Pembroke Road to County Line Rd
  • Pembroke Road bike lane – Jodi Lane to Palm Avenue
  • Monarch Lakes Blvd. bike lane – Flamingo Road to Miramar Parkway
  • SW 136 Avenue bike lane – Pembroke Road to Miramar Parkway.
  • Bass Creek Road bike lane – SW 148 Ave to SW 172 Ave
  • SW 148 Avenue bike lane – Miramar Parkway to SW 53 Street
  • SW 172 Avenue bike lane – Pembroke Road to SW 50 Place
  • Bass Creek Road bike lane – SW 172 Avenue to SW 179 Way
  • SW 184th Avenue bike lane – Miramar Parkway to Bass Creek Road
  • Miramar Parkway bike lane – SW 172 Avenue to SW 192 Terrace
  • Pembroke Road bike lane – Flamingo Road to SW 145 Avenue
  • Pembroke Road bike lane – SW 184 Avenue to SW 196 Avenue
  • SW 145 Avenue bike lane – Miramar Parkway to Pembroke Road
  • Miramar Boulevard bike lane  – Palm Avenue to University Drive
  • Roadway Improvements  – Installation of street lights and adding guardrails along the canals within the public right of way of Country Club Ranches and other roadways as needed.
  • Historic Miramar Drainage Improvements – Phase V – Drainage improvements in Historic Miramar – north of Miramar Parkway and east of the Turnpike.
  • Miramar Boulevard Expansion from Hiatus Road to Flamingo Road – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Pembroke Road Expansion from Douglas Road to University Drive – Expand travel lanes from 2 to 4 lanes
  • Bass Creek Road Expansion from SW 172nd Avenue to SW 184th Avenue – Construct new 4-Lane roadway
  • Bass Creek Road Expansion from SW 148th Avenue to FL Turnpike – Construct new 2-Lane roadway
  • Historic Miramar Drainage Improvements – Phase VI – Drainage improvements in Historic Miramar – between University Drive and the Turnpike

North Lauderdale

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Sanitary Sewer Rehab Phase 1 – The purpose of this project is to lower and control the infiltration and exfiltration of ground water into the gravity sewer system as well as prevent raw sewage from entering the water table. To accomplish this, the City proposes to line 54 miles of main and lateral lines with a leak-proof covering similar to PVC pipe. This process will effectively seal the pipes without requiring the  digging up and replacing of underground pipes in the roadways.
  • Mill and Resurface Roadways/Repairs /Drainage Phase 1 – Rehabiliation of all the roadways in the City in which the age of the roadways is over 30 years old.
  • Sidewalk repair and replacement program Phase 1  – Evaluation and repair or replacement of sidewalks throughout the City.
  • Sound Walls – Addition of the standarded City sound walls along two highly travelled roadways in the City.
  • Security Cameras at City Facilities – Addition of security cameras into city buildings and parks.
  • Field/Sports Lights Replacement at all City Parks Phase 1 – Replacement of sports field lighting.
  • Sanitary Sewer Rehab Phase 2 – Lower and control the infiltration and exfiltration of ground water into the gravity sewer system and prevent raw sewage from entering the water table. To accomplish this, the City proposes to line 54 miles of main and lateral lines with a leak-proof covering similar to PVC pipe. This process will effectively seal the pipes without requiring the costly and disruptive process of digging up and replacing underground 50 year old pipes in the roadways.
  • Mill and Resurface Roadways/Repairs /Drainage Phase 2 – Rehabiliation of all the roadways in the City in which the age of the roadways is over 30 years old.
  • Sidewalk repair and replacement program Phase 2  – Evaluation and repair or replacement of sidewalks throughout the City.
  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program – Evaluation and construction of neighborhood traffic calming devices such as traffic circles, speed humps,  and pedestrian crosswalks.
  • Street Lights – Upgrade and addition energy efficient city wide street lights.
  • Emergency Fire and Rescue Vehicles – Addition of new fire and emergency rescue units in to the City’s fleet. 
  • Field/Sports Lights Replacement at all City Parks Phase 2 – Replacement of sports field lighting. 
  • Canal Restoration Program  – Repair and restoration of City canal banks. 
  • Remodel/Replace Public Safety Facilities  – Remodeling and infrastructure upgrade of all Public Safety facilities. 
  • Maintenance Assessment Program  – Maintenance of City facilities. 

Oakland Park

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Parking Garage – Construction of Multilevel Parking Garage to support future train station and growing downtown area.
  • Oakland Park Elementary School Sidewalk Network – Infill of sidewalks to create a complete sidewalk network around Oakland Park Elementary School.
  • Lakeside Sidewalk Network  – Infill of sidewalks to create a complete sidewalk network in Lakeside Neighborhood.
  • Floranada Sidewalk Network – Infill of sidewalks to complete the network on Floranada road from Dixie Highway to Federal Highway.
  • NW 10 Ave from Park Lane West to Propsect Rd – Roadway, bike lanes, sidewalks, lighting and drainage improvements.
  • Citywide Stormwater Enhancements – Drainage improvements at various locations throughout City to prevent flooding on roadways.
  • Andrews Avenue Roadway Improvement – Roadway enhancement including bike lanes, sidewalks, mid block crossings, and aesthetic and safety improvements.
  • NE 34 Ct from NE 12 Terrace to NE 16 Avenue – Roadway enhancement including bike lanes, sidewalks, lighting , and aesthetic improvements.
  • Dixie Highway West Landscape Improvements – Landscape improvement on Dixie Highway between Oakland Park Blvd and Park Lane East.
  • Oakland Park Blvd West Landscape Improvement – Landscape improvements on the medians of Oakland Park Blvd from NW 31 Ave to I-95.
  • Powerline Road Lane Reduction – Road diet and addition of bike lanes and landscaping on Powerline Rd from Oakland Park Blvd to Commercial Blvd.
  • Prospect Road Enhancement – Complete Street improvement on Prospect Rd including bike lanes, sidewalks and landscaping.
  • Mainstreet Traffic Circulation – Roadway improvements on NE 12 Ave and NE 12 Terrace to improve traffic circulation in Downtown area
  • NE 6 Ave Enhancement – Sidewalk improvement on NE 6 Ave from Oakland Park Blvd to Commercial Blvd with Sharrows on roadway
  • L-Shaped Building at Jaco Pastorius Park – Renovation, buildout and repurposing of L- Shaped Building at Jaco Pastorius Park.
  • North Dixie Tree Planting – Addition of landscaping and tree plantings along North Dixie Highway.
  • Veterans’ Park Enhancements – Construction of site amenities and other enhancements to Veteran’s Park.
  • Jaco Pastorius Park Enhancements – Completion of Master Plan improvements at Jaco Pastorius Park.
  • Downtown Event Plaza – Creation of Downtown Event Plaza/Cultural Facility.
  • South Anchor Parking  – Creation of a parking lot to help accommodate the present and future needs of the City’s Downtown.
  • Firefighters SCBA Communications Equipment – Purchase of SCBA Communication equipment for City’s firefighters.
  • Food & Art Programming – Development of Food and Art Program in Downtown Culinary Arts District.
  • Farmers Market Enhancement – Creation of facility to enhance and support local Farmer’s Market.
  • Road Resurfacing 5-Year Schedule – Continue with scheduled road resurfacing project to maintain integrity of City roadways.
  • Vehicle Replacement Schedule, FY 17 to FY 20 – Purchase of planned vehicle replacements to continue to service the needs of City.
  • Andrews Gardens District Drainage Improvement – Drainage improvements to selected streets between NE 5 Ave and NE 10 Ave.
  • Mainstreet Drainage – Installation of pump station and drainage pipe to connect to existing 72″ trunkline that outfalls into C-13.
  • Oakland Park Sanitary Sewer Improvements – Continuation of lining program to reduce the inflow and infiltration into the City’s Sewer system.
  • Sustainable Development Projects – Continue to install energy saving devices, roofing and airconditioning  systems.
  • Downtown Train Station – Construction of Commuter Train station.

Parkland

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • East Marsh Parking Area – Design and construction of parking area.
  • Lox Road Improvements – City funding for roadway improvements including sidewalk, bike lanes and medians.
  • Streetlighting – Hillsboro Boulevard – Construction of streetlighting on Hillsboro Boulevard (University Drive to western City limits).
  • Streetlighting – Pine Island Road – Construction of streetlighting on Pine Island Road (NW 66th to Nob Hill Road).
  • Traffic Light – Hillsboro Boulevard and Nob Hill Road – Installation of a traffic light (signal) at the intersection of Hillsboro Boulevard and Nob Hill Road.
  • Traffic Light – Parkside Drive and Lox Road – Installation of a traffic light (signal) at the intersection of Parkside Drive and Lox Road.
  • Traffic Light – Hillsboro Boulevard and University Drive – Installation of a traffic light (signal) at the intersection of Hillsboro Boulevard and University Drive.
  • Construction of Bike Lanes on Parkside Drive – Construction of bike lanes on Parkside Drive between Lox Road and Holmberg Road.
  • Five Acre Park Development – Development of park.
  • Construction of Bike Lanes on Holmberg Road – Construction of bike lanes on Holmberg Road between Pine Island Road and the western City limits.
  • New Fire Engine – Acquisition of a new fire engine.
  • Terrmark Park – Basketball Courts – Constrution of 3 basketball courts at Terrmar Park.
  • Land acquisition – Acquisition of land for fueling station.
  • 12 Acre Park Development – 12 Acre Park Development – Design and engineering phase.
  • 12 Acre Park Development – Phase 2 – 12 Acre Park Development Phase 2 – construction.
  • Streetlighting – Hillsboro Boulevard & Holmberg Road  – Installation of streetlighting on Hillsboro Blvd., from SR7 to Lox Road and Holmberg (Riverside to University & Pine Island to City limits).
  •  Synthetic Turf Fields – Installation of two (2) replacement fields and one (1) additional field at Pine Trails Park.
  • Fueling Station Project – Phase 1 – Design, engineering and permitting of Fueling Station.
  • Fueling Station Project – Phase 2 – Site work and construction.
  • Fueling Station Project – Phase 3 – Completion of construction – project in service.

Pembroke Park

  • Public Works Facility – This is for the design and construction of a new Public Works building, located within the Town’s 2-acre parcel adjacent to Meekins Lake. The estimated budgeted cost for this new facility is $450,000.
  • S.W. 25th Street Storm water Improvements (Phase II) Storm water improvements include drainage structures, storm water piping, an exfiltration water quality system, and a connection to Park Road’s storm water system. These improvements are a rehabilitation and upsizing of an existing drainage system. Estimated costs for these storm water improvements are $1,075,000.
  • Park Road Paving Drainage Improvements – Located in a commercial/residential area, extending from Hallandale Beach Boulevard north to Pembroke Road. The storm water improvements include drainage structures, an exfiltration drainage system, and regrading and paving of the road. Estimated costs for these improvements are $1,875,000.
  • Sanitary Sewer Lift Stations SW 52nd Avenue – The Town of Pembroke Park continues with the wastewater collection system improvements program as outlined in Wastewater Collection Pumping System Improvements Plan of 2003. The design and construction is for the replacement of these existing sanitary sewer pumping stations, and will be in conformance with new construction standards. Estimated costs for these wastewater improvements are $650,000.
  • S.W. 30th Avenue Wastewater Project – This project includes the construction of a gravity sewer collection system and pumping station for the section of S.W. 30th Avenue north of Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Estimated costs for these wastewater improvements are $1,100,000
  • S.W. 30th Street Wastewater Project – This project includes the rehabilitation/upgrades of the six (6) sanitary sewer pumping stations and the replacement of a deteriorated sewer force main located along S.W. 30th Street. Estimated costs for these wastewater improvements are $950,000.
  • John P. Lyons Lane Storm water Improvement (Phase II) – Storm water improvements include drainage structures, an exfiltration water quality system, a storm water pumping station and force main, and regrading and paving of the street. Estimated costs for these storm water improvements are $700,000
  • County Line Road Storm water Connection – Storm water improvements includes the construction of storm water piping between S.W. 52nd Avenue and S.W. 56th Avenue, which will convey storm water west to discharge into the Broward County Neighborhood improvement storm water conveyance system located on S.W. 56th Avenue. Estimated costs for these storm water improvements are $750,000.
  • Dale Village Storm water Connection – Located at S.W. 52nd Avenue/Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Construction would include a point of connection for Dale Village’s private storm water collection system. Construction would include a drainage structure on the north side of Hallandale Beach Boulevard, storm water piping across Hallandale Beach Boulevard, and a connection to the Town’s existing storm water collection system on S.W. 52nd Avenue. Estimated costs for these storm water improvements are $275,000.
  • Bike Lane and Sidewalk Improvements – Complete the missing sections of sidewalk and bike paths along SW 52nd Avenue, SW 48th Avenue, SW 40th Avenue, Park Road and County Line Road.
  • Traffic Light improvements Hallandale Beach Boulevard and 48th Avenue – Install Mast-Arm signals at the intersection along with improved pedestrian and Turn signal lights to improve public safety. Estimated cost for these improvements is $300,000.

Pembroke Pines

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • City Center City Hall Improvement – City Center Generator.
  • City Center City Hall Improvement – Parking Structure (600 Spaces) at City Center.
  • City Center City Hall Improvement – Boardwalk at City Center (North of City Center Complex – Approx. 1 Acre).
  • Bldg. for Emerg. Generator Storage HCF – Metal Building for Emergency Generator Storage at the Howard C. Forman Complex.
  • Privacy Wall – Sheridan Street – City Wide Privacy Wall Project (Sheridan Street from Flamingo Rd to Palm Ave [9,000 Linear Feet]).
  • City Wide Streetscape – City Wide Streetscape.
  • City Wide Landscaping – Medians & Swales – City Wide Landscaping for Medians and Swales (200 Medians/Swales at $40K).
  • Pembroke Road Extension to US 27 – Pembroke Road Four Lane Roadway From 184th To US 27 (Total Project cost to be split between the City of Pembroke Pines and Miramar).
  • Widening Pines Blvd (184th Ave – US 27) – Widening Pines Blvd From 184th Ave To US 27 (From four lanes to six lanes).
  • Widening Sheridan (196th to US 27) – Widening Sheridan 196th to US 27 (From two lanes to four lanes includes sidewalk on one side).
  • Widening Stirling Rd. (196th to US 27) – Widening Stirling Rd. 196th to US 27 (From two lanes to four lanes sidewalk on one side).
  • City Wide Road Re Surfacing Projects – City Wide Road Resurfacing.
  • City Wide Signal Conversion to Mast Arms – Signal Conversion From Wires To Mast Arms (paving and crosswalk improvements)
  • Construction Of 208th Ave Road – Construction Of 208th Ave from Pines Blvd To Pembroke Road (Two Lane Road)
  • Pines Blvd-Ingress/Egress-Holly Lake – Two Lane Pines Blvd West of US 27 To Create Another Ingress – Egress For Holly Lake
  • City Wide Sidewalk Projects – City Wide Sidewalk Projects (Health Park Sidewalks [3900 Linear Feet] / Flamingo Rd Sidewalk – Pembroke Rd to Pines Blvd. [4300 Linear Feet] / Pines Village Sidewalks on both sides where sidewalks are missing [79,825 Linear feet])
  • Police Headquarter Building – Police Headquarter Building
  • City Wide License Plate Readers (LPR) – City Wide License Plate Reader (LPR) Program
  • Police Radios – Police Radios
  • Sky Tower Surveillance Platforms (4) – Sky Tower Surveillance Platforms (4)
  • Fire Training Facility – Fire Training Facility
  • Fire Ladder Truck – Fire Ladder Truck
  • Fire Engine – Fire Engine
  • Ambulances – Ambulances
  • Fire Radios – Fire Radios.
  • Academic Village – Boardwalk renovation – Academic Village Wetlands – Boardwalk renovation.
  • Ben Fiorendino Park Improvements – Ben Fiorendino Park – Replace exercise equipment.
  • Ben Fiorendino Park Improvements – Ben Fiorendino Park – Rubberize walking trail.
  • Chapel Trail Nature Preserve Improvement – Chapel Trail Nature Preserve – Boardwalk renovation.
  • Chapel Trail Park Improvements – Chapel Trail Park – Renovate Fields # 1 & 2.
  • Chapel Trail Park Improvements – Chapel Trail Park – Convert field #4 to artificial turf.
  • Fletcher Park Improvements – Fletcher Park – Convert all fields to Paspalum turf.
  • Linear Park Improvements – Linear Park – Repave path.
  • Pasadena Park Improvements – Pasadena Park – Remove two story tower build cbs storage Building.
  • Pasadena Park Improvements – Pasadena Park – Renovate clubhouse and concession.
  • Pembr. Falls Aquatic Center Improvements – Pembroke Falls Aquatic Center / YMCA – Locker room and showers renovation.
  • Pembr. Falls Aquatic Center Improvements – Pembroke Falls Aquatic Center / YMCA – Install new aquatic play structure.
  • Pembroke Lakes G&T Center Improvements – Pembroke Lakes Golf & Tennis Center – Upgrade Clay Courts to subsurface Irrigation.
  • Pembroke Lakes G&T Center Improvements – Pembroke Lakes Golf & Tennis Center – Renovate Bathrooms and Locker Rooms at Golf Course.
  • Pembroke Shores Park Improvements – Pembroke Shores Park – Renovate fields # 6 & 7.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – Convert game field to artificial turf.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – Resurface north parking lot.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – New PPO clubhouse and concession.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – Resurface Basketball courts.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – Build airnasium over basketball court.
  • Pines Recreation Center Improvements – Pines Recreation Center – Resurface and fence west Basketball courts.
  • Rainbow Lakes Park Improvements – Rainbow Lakes Park – Add Basketball court and airnasium.
  • Rose G. Price Park Improvements – Rose G. Price Park – Build airnasium over Basketball courts.
  • Silver Lakes South Park Improvements – Silver Lakes South Park – Remove swimming pool and install parking lot.
  • Steven L. Josias Dog Park Improvements – Steven L. Josias Dog Park – Expand parking lot.
  • Towngate Park Improvements – Towngate Park – Renovate park facilities.
  • Towngate Park Improvements – Towngate Park – Add Basketball airnasium.
  • Walnut Creek Park Improvements – Walnut Creek Park – Renovate park facilities.
  • WCY Football Field Improvements – Walter C. Young – Build soccer/football/rugby/track and field stadium for playoffs and championship games for all City Clubs use. Can also be used by Special Events and high school track team.
  • West Pines Soccer Park Improvements – West Pines Soccer Park & Nature Preserve – Convert one field to artificial turf.
  • West Pines Soccer Park Improvements – West Pines Soccer Park & Nature Preserve – Boardwalk renovation.
  • William B. Armstrong Park Improvements – William B. Armstrong Dream Park AKA Spring Valley – Renovate park facilities.
  • City Wide Park Facilities Improvements – Citywide Park Facilities – All parking lots resurfaced/repaired/resurfaced/sealed/restriped as needed.
  • City Wide Park Facilities Improvements – Citywide Park Facilities – Construct Fountain Splash Pads.
  • City Wide Park Facilities Improvements – Citywide Park Facilities – Irrigation system upgrades.
  • Water Main Extension – US 27 to Griffin – Water Main on US 27 – Griffin to Sheridan and east on Stirling.
  • Sewer Line Extension – N Pines Village – North Section Pines Village Sewer for Homes on Septic Tanks w/o pavement (included in resurfacing plan).
  • Sewer Line Extension – S Pines Village – South Section Pines Village Sewer for Homes on Septic Tanks w/o pavement (included in resurfacing plan).
  • Water Main Extension – Pines Village – North Section Pines Village Water Main replacement w/o pavement (included in resurfacing plan).
  • Utility Facility Security 10-Ft Wall  – Utility Facility Security 10-Ft Wall (Water Plant-Johnson St [2,000 Linear Feet]).
  • Cedarwoods Water Line Replacement – Replace water services in entire Cedarwoods neighborhood due to large number of service line failures.

Plantation

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  • Two (2) Aerial Fire Trucks (ladder) – Two new aerial fire trucks as the existing trucks have been in service 42 and 30 years respectively, are out of warranty and incur regular maintenance.
  • Two (2) Fire Engines – Fire engines have an estimated useful life of 20 years. Older vehicles increase downtime and maintenance costs. Replacing two fire engines which have been in service 25 and 30 years respectively, will significantly reduce downtime and maintenance costs.
  • Fire Station One Replacement – Fire Station One is 62 years old. It needs to be replaced in order to accommodate today’s Fire and EMS apparatus, sleeping quarters, restrooms and showers.
  • Fire Station Two Addition for Rescue and Captain Units – Fire Station Two is well over 25 years old and cannot store current ladder trucks and does not have EMS/Hazmat units. Fire Stations needed only to house volunteer firefighters. There is a need for two additions for rescue and Captain units.
  • Fire Station Five Addition of bunk and locker rooms – Fire Station Five is well over 25 years old and cannot store current ladder trucks and does not have EMS/Hazmat units. Fire Stations needed only to house volunteer firefighters. There is a need for an addition for bulk and locker rooms.
  • Neighborhood Street Lighting – Areas identified need widespread street lighting upgrades.
  • Land Acquisition – Land acquisition in Gateway / CRA area of the City to avoid blight and public safety issues.
  • Fire Station Six Addition of bunk and locker rooms – Fire Station Six is well over 25 years old and cannot store current ladder trucks and does not have EMS/Hazmat units. Fire Stations needed only to house volunteer firefighters. There is a need for an addition for bulk and locker rooms.
  • Fire Station Four Addition of bunk and locker rooms – Fire Station Four is well over 25 years old and cannot store current ladder trucks and does not have EMS/Hazmat units. Fire Stations needed only to house volunteer firefighters. There is a need for an addition for bulk and locker rooms.
  • Security Cameras at Central Park – Installation of security cameras to provide additional safety measures to protect people engaging in reacreational activities at the park.
  • Replace Gun Range – The training center / gun range was built over 30 years ago. The existing facility has ventilation issues, water intrusion from the roof and walls and numerous stress fractures. It is utilized to maintain State Firearms Certification for all officers, and for simulated training exercises.
  • Road – Due to lack of funding, many of Plantation’s City-owned roadways need to be refurbished.
  • Stormwater Improvements – Current federal, state and local environmental regulations demand that recurring issues such as system failures, flooding, system backup and inadequate infrastructure be addressed and managed.
  • Water Playground at Camp Everglades – Addition of water park / splash pad at Camp Everglades.

Pompano Beach

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  • Bridge Improvements Phase 1 – Improvements to Atlantic Blvd Bridge and McNab Rd Bridge to include either replacement if functionally obsolete or upgrading to include aesthetics and lighting.
  • A1A Improvements – Bury overhead utilities on A1A from Hillsboro Inlet to Terra Mar Dr to reduce power outages during storms and improve the aesthetics of the corridor. Improvements to include widening sidewalks, bike lanes, traffic calming, landscaping, and lighting.
  • Atlantic Boulevard Improvements – Atlantic Blvd will be improved from I-95 to NE 18th Ave to include widening sidewalks, bike lanes, traffic calming, paving, landscaping and lighting.
  • Briny Ave Improvements – Bury overhead utilities on Briny Ave from Atlantic Blvd to SE 8th St, including streets connecting Briny Ave to A1A. Street improvements will include paving, drainage, pedestrian facilities, landscaping and lighting.
  • Dixie Hwy Improvements – Upgrade the Dixie Highway corridor from McNab Rd all the way to Sample Rd. Connect areas to Downtown and create a pedestrian friendly and safe environment by improving and beautifying roadway crossings, bicycle lanes, medians and sidewalks.
  • Martin Luther King Blvd Reconstruction – Street improvements along MLK Blvd from Dixie Highway all the way to the Florida Turnpike to include sidewalks, medians, paving, landscaping, lighting, drainage, water and sewer facilities.
  • Pier Street Roadway Improvements – Provide paving and benches on Pier Street between Riverside Dr and A1A to promote safe pedestrian crossings and create connections between the Intracoastal Waterway and the pier, beach shops and restaurants.
  • Riverside Drive Improvements – Bury all overhead utilities, add drainage, lighting, sidewalks, landscaping, road work, and traffic calming, making it a safer area for residents, pedestrians and bicyclists along Riverside Dr. between Atlantic Blvd and NE 14th St.
  • Palm Aire Neighborhood Improvements – Improvements at two bridges spanning the C-14 canal, and other area beautification including landscaping, decorative lighting, street lights, and new illuminated sidewalks.
  • NE Roadway Improvements – Pedestrian and bike safety improvements to include landscaping, paving, benches, decorative pedestrian lighting, and realigning the roadway median along NE 1st St between NE 26th and NE 28th Ave to center of street for increased on-street parking.
  • Intracoastal Waterway Transit – Construct two new water taxi docks on the Intracoastal Waterway at NE 2nd St and Riverside Dr. The proposed dockage will also be open for public vessels.
  • SE Roadway Improvements – Pedestrian and bike safety improvements to include landscaping, paving, sidewalks and bike lanes.
  • Fire Station #24 at Community Park – Replace the existing, outdated 47-year old fire station at Community Park with a new fire station to reduce response time and enhance fire and emergency services to the area which will include a new 2-story, multi-bay building.
  • Public Safety Complex Improvements – Renovate interior space of Public Safety Complex and replace 1982 firing range ventilation system to remove smoke, lead and other air-borne toxins.
  • Fire Station #52 – Replace the existing, outdated 41-year old fire station that services Palm Aire and Collier City with a new fire station to reduce response time and enhance fire and emergency services to the area which will include a new 2-story, multi-bay building.
  • Fire Station #61 in Northwest Community – Replace 38-year old fire station located at NW 3rd Ave south of NW 24th St with a new fire station to reduce response time and enhance fire and emergency services to the area which will include a new 2-story, multi-bay building.
  • Fire Station #63 – Replace 31-year old fire station located at the Public Safety Complex with a new fire station to reduce response time and enhance fire and emergency services to the area which will include a new 2-story, multi-bay building.
  • Beach Lifeguard Headquarters Renovation – Enhance public safety on the beach by replacing older, outdated lifeguard towers and modernizing the existing Ocean Rescue Building which will also match the beach’s theme.
  • Fire/Emergency Center in Old Pompano – Construct a new Fire Rescue and Emergency Safety Complex in Old Pompano to operate as an emergency operations center to include Fire/EMS supplies, equipment, and an adjacent public parking garage for emergency vehicles.
  • New Garage in Oceanside Parking Lot – Construct a new garage at Oceanside for the additional parking required from the beach redevelopment to include neighborhood retail space.
  • Blanche Ely Museum – Improvements to convert existing residence into a community educational facility and cultural heritage museum to display historic artifacts depicting Blanche and Joseph Ely’s commitment to community and school located at NW 15th St and 6th Ave.
  • Airpark Admin Bldg Renovations – Complete renovation of this 1969 administration office to include new configuration of space, restrooms, windows/doors, security system, A/C, flooring and roof.
  • Airpark Taxiway Connectors – Improve the taxiways for the safe and efficient movement of aircraft traffic.
  • Amphitheater Renovations – Construct an open-air shade structure over the amphitheater seating area built in 1990, including new bathrooms, audio/video, stage lighting. Upgrade concession stand and ticket booth.
  • Ultimate Sports Park – A new multi-use field for playing soccer/football and a skate park designed as a permanent structure constructed with reinforced concrete elements along with a new concession/restroom building located on NW 16th St.
  • Beach Community Center – A new multipurpose community center located near the beach for banquets, sport’s activities, and special events.
  • Centennial Park Improvements – Construct an open-air facility for weddings, quinceañeras, bar/bat mitzvah’s, parties, anniversaries, receptions, fundraisers, reunions, and special events.
  • Charlotte J. Burrie Community Center – A new multipurpose community center located in the Cresthaven neighborhood for banquets, sport’s activities, and special events. This project includes property acquisition.
  • Kester Park Improvements – Modernizing this 26-year old park by expanding the playground, open fields, and ball fields. Replacing dug outs and installing perimeter fencing.
  • Youth Sports Complex – Construction of multi-use fields for youth sports and activities. This project includes property acquisition.
  • McNair Park Renovations – Expand and renovate multi-functional facility to include lighted synthetic football/soccer field, running track, tennis court, basketball court, playground with water features, meeting rooms, concession and senior center.
  • Mitchell Moore Park Improvements – Upgrades to this facility built in 1991 will include replacement of flooring, windows and doors, pull down shutters and renovating front desk area.
  • Fishing Pier Replacement – Replace existing fishing pier with a new higher and wider pier to include pedestrian lighting, shade structures, bait/tackle shop and fishing stations.
  • Bridge Improvements Phase 2 -Improvements to SE 11th Ave Bridge and NE 14th St. Causeway Bridge to include either replacement if functionally obsolete or upgrading to include aesthetics and lighting.
  • NW Roadway Improvements – Pedestrian and bike safety improvements to include landscaping, paving, benches, and decorative pedestrian lighting along NW 2nd Ave, NW 3rd Ave and NW 4th St.
  • Powerline Road Enhancements – Improvements to include landscaping, paving, benches, and decorative pedestrian lighting on Powerline Rd between McNab Rd and Atlantic Blvd.
  • SW Roadway Improvements – Pedestrian and bike safety improvements to include landscaping, paving, benches, and decorative pedestrian lighting for SW 3rd St/Racetrack Rd, which is a significant road for the City which has not had major street improvements since the late 80’s.
  • Citywide Alley Imprv. – Improvements to include paving of unpaved alleys, drainage installations and/or modifications, asphalt repairs, and connections with adjoining alleys.
  • Citywide Bus Shelters – Provide new bus shelters and replacing existing Broward County bus stops. The City currently has four different types of bus shelters throughout the routes. The new shelters will have solar power, efficient lighting, benches, and trash cans.
  • Airpark Access Road Improvements – Improve access to an undeveloped parcel and perimeter road for emergency vehicles and maintenance equipment.
  • Airport Runway Rehabilitation – Pavement installation and asphalt overlay to reduce aircraft noise. Replacement of airfield lighting and navigational aids with energy efficient, advanced technology to improve aviation safety.
  • Community Park/Golf Course – Replace tennis center built in 1980, and the 62-yr old golf cart maintenance bldg, bathrooms, shelters and clubhouse. Landscaping, fencing, and upgrade Palms Course with new cart path, sod, signs, putting greens, drainage and parking.
  • North Pompano Water Park – New water park with access from N. Federal Highway to include water slides, pool and splash zone. Upgrades to baseball/football/soccer fields and playground. New recreation center with indoor basketball court to replace 55 year old structure.
  • Public Services Complex – Construct new Public Works and Utilities Complex to efficiently serve the public. Project includes land acquisition to accommodate this complex.

Southwest Ranches

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  • Fire Well Replacement and Installation – Replacement of old and installation / drilling of new fire protection fire wells.
  • Southwest Ranches Public Safety Facility / Emergency Operations Center – Southwest Ranches Public Safety Facility / Emergency Operations Center to house both the Town’s police and fire services.
  • Fire Rescue Modular Facilities – The Town’s modular facilities that house the Fire Department have reached their life cycle and need to be replaced.
  • Country Estates Park – Construction of two passive ballfields, an equestrian ring, fishing pond with pier.
  • Calusa Corners Park – Construction of a playground, picnic facilities, parking, equestrian ring, trailhead, interconnect canal, three acres of wetlands, fishing pier, and volleyball court.
  • Trailside “Founders Park” – Construction of a picnic pavilion and sidewalks.
  • Sunshine Ranches Equestrian Park Irrigation System Overhaul – Replacement of existing irrigation system.
  • Rolling Oaks Park and Barn – Construction of a playground, restoration of windmill, and wetland improvements.
  • Frontier Trails Conservation Area – Construction of a playground, restroom, picnic facilities, fishing pier, multi-use trail, parking, and education center.
  • Southwest Meadows Sanctuary Park – Construction of a playground, trailhead facilities, picnic facilities, fishing pier, multi-use trail, parking, and education center.
  • Covered Dock on C-11 Canal – Construction of a covered dock / pavilion on the C-11 Canal across from Town Hall.
  • Transportation Surface Drainage and Ongoing Rehab (TSDOR) – First five years of 20 year plan to resurface streets in Southwest Ranches.
  • Guardrails Installation Project: Stirling Road – Install approximately 4400 linear feet of guardrail along Stirling Road.
  • Drainage Project: SW 54th Place – Construct outfall from Frontier Trails Park and connect to the existing SW 54th Place and SW 195th Terrace drainage system.
  • Drainage Project: Holatee Trail – Construct catch basin on the west side of Holatee Trail (SW 136th Avenue) at 5501 SW 136th Avenue and a headwall at canal to the east.
  • Drainage Project: Dykes Road – Restoration of Dykes Road east side swale from Huntridge Drive to Tom Thumb.
  • Drainage Project: Dykes Road Culverts – Upgrade culverts along the east side of Dykes Road from Huntridge Drive to Tom Thumb.
  • Drainage Project: SW 61st Court – Construct outfall from SW 61st Court to lake at SW 161 Avenue.
  • Southwest Ranches Striping – Townwide striping and markers installation.
  • Southwest Ranches Entranceway Signs – Entranceway signage to be installed at the following intersections: Griffin and Bonaventure; Griffin and Dykes; SW 148th and Sheridan; Stirling and Dykes; Stirling and Volunteer.
  • Griffin Road Street Lighting – Installation of decorative street lighting from SW 163rd Avenue to SW 209th Avenue.
  • Transportation Surface Drainage and Ongoing Rehab (TSDOR) – Second five years of 20 year plan to resurface streets in Southwest Ranches.
  • Drainage Project: Green Meadows – Construct outfall from Dykes Road to canal at SW 164th Avenue.
  • Drainage Project: SW 188th Avenue – Construct outfall from the intersection of SW 188th Avenue and SW 54th Place to canal.
  • Drainage Project: SW 62nd Street – Construct an outfall from SW 62nd Street cul-de-sac north towards to canal.
  • Drainage Project: SW 59th Court – Construct outfall from SW 59th Court north to canal.
  • SW 210 Terrace Roadway Improvement – Reconstructing the existing SW 210 Terrace from Stirling Road to SW 54th Place.
  • Transportation Surface Drainage and Ongoing Rehab (TSDOR) – Third five years of 20 year plan to resurface streets in Southwest Ranches.
  • Transportation Surface Drainage and Ongoing Rehab (TSDOR) – Fourth five years of 20 year plan to resurface streets in Southwest Ranches.

Sunrise

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  • LED Street Lighting Upgrades – Zone A – Upgrade existing street lighting throughout the City from High Pressure Sodium to LED.
  • Pedestrian Improvements – Zone A – Replace broken and damaged sidewalks, Install new sidewalks in areas where there are none, and improve ADA accessibility at intersections.
  • Pedestrian Improvements – Zone B– Replace broken and damaged sidewalks, Install new sidewalks in areas where there are none, and improve ADA accessibility at intersections.
  • Pedestrian Improvements – Zone C – Replace broken and damaged sidewalks, Install new sidewalks in areas where there are none, and improve ADA accessibility at intersections.
  • Pedestrian Improvements – Zone D– Replace broken and damaged sidewalks, Install new sidewalks in areas where there are none, and improve ADA accessibility at intersections.
  • NW 29th Manor Traffic Calming – Installation of traffic calming measures on NW 29th Manor from NW 105th Lane to NW 115th Terrace.
  • Transit and Shuttle Bus Infrastructure – Hybrid and alternative fuel buses to replace and/or enhance the City’s existing fleet of diesel and gasoline fueled buses.
  • Sunset Strip Entrance Improvements – Entryway/Gateway and Landscape Improvements on Sunset Strip near the intersection of Sunrise Boulevard.
  • Panther Parkway Improvements – This project will enhance approximately 1.55 miles of the median on Panther Parkway from Sunrise Blvd to Flamingo Road with new landscaping material, a new irrigation system, and hardscaping.
  • Oakland Park/University-Intersection – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements at the intersection of Oakland Park Boulevard and University Drive.
  • Oakland Park/Pine Island-Intersection – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements at the intersection of Oakland Park Boulevard and Pine Island Road.
  • Sunrise Blvd/136 Ave-Improvements – Landscape & irrigation improvements to the medians on Sunrise Blvd. from the Sawgrass Expressway to NW 136th Ave. along with the medians on NW 136th Ave. from Sunrise Blvd. to SR 84. Work includes new gateway structures.
  • Various Drainage Improvements – Improvements to City drainage systems including storm drainage and canals to address drainage related issues.
  • Various Traffic Calming – Zone A – Improvements to City Streets to address safety related issues by implementing traffic calming measures.
  • Various Traffic Calming – Zone B – Improvements to City Streets to address safety related issues by implementing traffic calming measures.
  • Pump Station No. 8 Improvements – Rehabilitation of the pump station structure, pumping systems, intake, and outfall of the facility.
  • East Sunrise Master Plan Improvements – Improvement as recommended by a comprehensive master plan such as greenways within neighborhoods, public transportation improvements, modifications to roadways to decrease cut-through traffic, and streetscaping projects to improve aesthetics.
  • Commercial Blvd Median Improvements – This project will enhance approximately 1.5 miles of median on Commercial Blvd. from Pine Island Rd. to the Sawgrass Expressway with new landscaping, irrigation, and hardscaping.  This will be a joint project between Sunrise and Tamarac.
  • Median Improvements (Citywide) – Improvements to landscaping, irrigation systems, and hardscapes in medians throughout the City.
  • Public Safety Infrastructure – Public safety enhancements that may include construction of a new fire station to provide sufficient coverage to the northwestern areas of the City.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 1 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 2 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 3 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • NE 50th Street Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along NE 50th Street from NW 94th Avenue to Pine Island Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Springtree Lakes Drive Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Springtree Lakes Drive from Nob Hill Road to Pine Island Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • NW 94th Avenue Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along NW 94th Avenue from Oakland Park Boulevard to Commercial Boulevard as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Springtree Drive Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Sprintree Drive from NW 44th Street to University Drive as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Josh Lee Blvd Complete Street Project – New bicycle lanes pedestrian pathways along Josh Lee Boulevard from Oakland Park Boulevard to Nob Hill Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sunset Strip/Greenway Connector – New bicycle lanes along NW 115th Terrace, NW 29th Manor, and NW 105th Street to connect Sunset Strip to Hiatus Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sunrise Lakes Blvd Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Sunrise Lakes Boulevard from NW 105th Land to University Drive as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Flamingo Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Flamingo Road from Oakland Park Boulevard to NW 8th Street as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Weston Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Weston Road from the Greenway to South Wind Circle as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • New River Circle Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along New River Circle connection both intersections of Weston Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • SW 14th Street Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along SW 14th Street from Weston Road to NW 148th Avenue as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Nob Hill Road Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along west side of Nob Hill Road. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct a new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • Flamingo Road Multi-Use Path – Expand the existing sidewalk along Flamingo Rd. from Oakland Park Blvd. to NW 8th St. into a multi-use path along the west side of the roadway. Construct new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist on east side of roadway.
  • LED Street Lighting Upgrades – Zone B – Upgrade existing street lighting throughout the City from High Pressure Sodium to LED.
  • Street & Pedestrian Lighting – Zone A – Install new street and pedestrian lighting in areas of the City that are need improved lighting levels.
  • Street & Pedestrian Lighting – Zone B – Install new street and pedestrian lighting in areas of the City that are need improved lighting levels.
  • Bus Stop & Bus Shelter Improvements – Installation of bus shelters with solar lighting at all bus stops throughout the City.  Additional features may include, a bicycle rack, a bench, and a trash receptacle.
  • 136 Ave/New River Greenway Intersection – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements connecting the New River Greenway.
  • 136 Ave/Sunrise Boulevard-Intersection – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements at the intersection of NW 136th Ave and Sunrise Boulevard.
  • Oakland Park/Nob Hill Road-Intersection – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements at the intersection of Oakland Park Boulevard and Nob Hill Road.
  • Oakland Park/Hiatus Road-Improvements – Bicycle and Pedestrian Crossing Improvements at the intersection of Oakland Park Boulevard and Hiatus Road.
  • Various Traffic Calming – Zone C – Improvements to City Streets to address safety related issues by implementing traffic calming measures.
  • Various Traffic Calming – Zone D – Improvements to City Streets to address safety related issues by implementing traffic calming measures.
  • Sustainability Improvements (Various) – Improvements as recommended by the sustainability master plan such as solar and wind power generation, conversion of fleet vehicles to alternative fuels, and installation of electric vehicle charging stations at public facilities.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 4 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 5 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 6 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Commercial Blvd Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Commercial Blvd from Hiatus Road to Pine Island Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Pine Island Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Pine Island Road from Commercial Boulevard to the C-13 Canal as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Hiatus Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Hiatus Road from Commercial Boulevard to the C-13 Canal as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Nob Hill Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Nob Hill Road from Commercial Boulevard to the southern city limits as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • NW 136 Avenue Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along NW 136th Avenue from Flamingo Road to the Greenway as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sawgrass Expressway Greenway – New trail along the east side of the canal along the Sawgrass Expressway with trail heads at Commercial Blvd., Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise Blvd., and NW 8th St.  Construct a canal crossing at Sunrise Blvd. to access Conservation Levee Greenway.
  • Commercial Blvd Multi-Use Path – Construct multi-use path along southside of Commercial Boulevard. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct a new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • C13 Greenway from Hiatus to City Limits – Construct a new trail along the C-13 Canal to follow the southside of the canal from Hiatus Rd. to Pine Island Rd. A bridge will cross the canal at Pine Island Rd. to the northside of the canal where the trail will continue to Sunrise Lakes Dr.
  • NW 8th Street Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along the north side of NW 8th Street from Flamingo Road to Markham Park. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • NW 136 Avenue Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along west side of NW 136th Avenue from Flamingo Road to the Greenway. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • Springtree Lakes Drive Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Springtree Lakes Drive from Nob Hill Road to Pine Island Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • NW 94th Avenue Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along NW 94th Avenue from Oakland Park Boulevard to Commercial Boulevard as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Springtree Drive Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Sprintree Drive from NW 44th Street to University Drive as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Josh Lee Blvd Complete Street Project – New bicycle lanes pedestrian pathways along Josh Lee Boulevard from Oakland Park Boulevard to Nob Hill Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sunset Strip/Greenway Connector – New bicycle lanes along NW 115th Terrace, NW 29th Manor, and NW 105th Street to connect Sunset Strip to Hiatus Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sunrise Lakes Blvd Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Sunrise Lakes Boulevard from NW 105th Land to University Drive as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Flamingo Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Flamingo Road from Oakland Park Boulevard to NW 8th Street as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Weston Road Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Weston Road from the Greenway to South Wind Circle as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • New River Circle Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along New River Circle connection both intersections of Weston Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • SW 14th Street Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along SW 14th Street from Weston Road to NW 148th Avenue as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Nob Hill Road Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along west side of Nob Hill Road. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct a new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • Flamingo Road Multi-Use Path – Expand the existing sidewalk along Flamingo Rd. from Oakland Park Blvd. to NW 8th St. into a multi-use path along the west side of the roadway. Construct new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist on east side of roadway.
  • LED Street Lighting Upgrades – Zone C – Upgrade existing street lighting throughout the City from High Pressure Sodium to LED.
  • Street & Pedestrian Lighting – Zone C – Install new street and pedestrian lighting in areas of the City that are need improved lighting levels.
  • Street & Pedestrian Lighting – Zone D – Install new street and pedestrian lighting in areas of the City that are need improved lighting levels.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 7 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 8 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 9 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Oakland Park Blvd Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Oakland Park Boulevard from Flamingo Road to the eastern city limits as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • University Drive Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along University Drive from NW 44th Street to Sunrise Lakes Drive as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Oakland Park Blvd Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along the south side of Oakland Park Boulevard from the Sawgrass Expressway to the City limits. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct a new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.
  • LED Street Lighting Upgrades – Zone D – Upgrade existing street lighting throughout the City from High Pressure Sodium to LED.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 10 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 11 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 12 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 13 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 14 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 15 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Roadway Resurfacing – Zone 16 – Resurfacing of Streets as part of the City’s 20 Year Milling and Resurfacing Program.
  • Sunrise Blvd Bicycle Lanes – New bicycle lanes along Sunrise Boulevard from the Sawgrass Expressway to Flamingo Road as part of the City’s Complete Street Initiative.
  • Sunrise Blvd Multi-Use Path – Construct a multi-use path along south side of Sunrise Boulevard from the Sawgrass Expressway to Flamingo Road. Reconstruct the existing sidewalk or construct new multi-use trail where a sidewalk does not exist.

Tamarac

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  • Multimodal Connectivity Plan – Transportation planning for determining the next steps in connecting and expanding the City’s multimodal network to and with the county.
  • Mill & Resurfacing – Repaving the City’s Streets.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  • Sidewalk Program– Installation of new and replacement and expansion of existing sidewalks throughout the City.
  • Corridor Improvements – Implementation of the City’s Corridor Improvement Program with the installation of sound walls and decorative hardscape.
  • Bus Shelters/Crosswalks/Traffic Lights – Installation of additional bus shelters in strategic areas of the City, enhance various crosswalks for pedestrian safety and install traffic lights in strategic areas of the City.
  • Bike Paths – Extend the BikePath System in the City to connect various areas of the city to the Countywide system.
  • Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.
  • Fire Station 36 – Design and construct a four bay fire station in support of enhanced response times in an underserved area.
  • Fire Station 48 – Design and Construct a two bay Fire Rescue Station to improve response times in an underserved area.
  • Colony West Clubhouse and Cart Barn – Replacement of an existing clubhouse and cart barn in support of the Colony West Golf Club. This will include design, architectural work, and construction for both the clubhouse and relocation of the cart barn.
  • Waters Edge Park – Development of a passive recreation park which will include parking, picnic shelter, playground, landscaping, basketball court, spraypad, and restrooms.
  • Tamarac Sports Complex Concession Bldg./Site Improvements – Construction of new facility to include concession area, restrooms, a meeting/events room, and a storage area.
  • Central Parc North Park – Design and Build of a park which will   include a restroom, ,multipurpose sports field, large playground, shade, surfacing, concrete multipath, exercise cluster, two picnic stations, splash pad, basketball court, dog park, and pump track.
  • Swim Central Annex – Design and Construction of a park at the Swim Central Annex  which include a playground, shade structure, benches, pedestrian bridge, landscaping, paving, and grading.
  • Tamarac Village Park – Design and Construction of a park which include a playground, shade structure, benches, landscaping, paving, and grading.
  • Caporella Park Improvements – Add amenities to existing park to include a splash pad, stand alone picnic shelter, exercise equipment, non motorized boat launch.
  • Mill & Resurfacing – Repaving the City’s Streets.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  • Sidewalk Program – Installation of new and replacement and expansion of existing sidewalks throughout the City.
  • Public Transportation Hub (2)– Building two transporation hubs, one on the west side of the City and one in the University Corridor Area.
  • Bus Shelters/Crosswalks/Traffic Lights – Installation of additional bus shelters in strategic areas of the City, enhance various crosswalks for pedistrian safety and install traffic lights in strategic areas of the City.
  • Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.
  • Fire Station 41 – Replace an existing aged fire station.  This will include design, construction and equipping the Fire Station.
  • Police Station – Replace an existing very aged police station.  This will include design, construction, temporary quarters, and equiping the facility.
  • Expansion of Community Center – Expand Existing Community Center to the East to provide additional recreational opportunities to the community.
  • Park – Design and construct active recreation including baseball fields, basketball courts, and tennis courts.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  • Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  •  Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.
  • Mill & Resurfacing – Repaving the City’s Streets.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  •  Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.
  • Mill & Resurfacing – Repaving the City’s Streets.
  • Traffic Calming – Installation of Traffic Calming devices in various neighborhoods throughout the City.
  • Emergency Equipment – Replacement of Fire Rescue Ambulances and Various Fire Rescue Apparatus pursuant to a set replacement schedule.

West Park

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • SW 40 Avenue Complete Street Improvement – Complete street improvement project from Pembroke Road to County Line Road, which will include drainage system improvement, traffic calming devices; roadway resurfacing and sidewalk installation with bike lanes, decorative street lights, and new landscaping.
  • SW 25 Street Complete Street Improvement – Complete street improvement projectfrom State Road 7/441 to SW 40 Avenue. Will include drainage system improvement, traffic calming devices, roadway resurfacing, installation of sidewalk, bike lanes, and installation of traffic calming devices.
  • SW 57 Ave & SW 20 Street Traffic Calming Improvement – Installation of a traffic circle to calm traffic at the intersection of SW 57th Ave SW 20th St, as well as landscaping in the traffic circle, installation of brink pavers around the circle, and regrading of the intersection to prevent flooding.
  • SW 36 Street Traffic Calming Improvements from SW 32 to SW 48 Avenue – Installing traffic calming devices along the corridor to alleviating speeding concerns. The traffic calming devices that will be considered will include, speed tables, speed humps and circles, as part of SW 40th Avenue improvements and other devices.
  • Countyline Road Improvement – This project will include the resurfacing of Countyline Road from SW 56th Avenue to 525 ft. east of SW 40th Avenue. Adjustment to the drainage system and repairs to the sidewalk will also be addressed.
  • SW 48 Avenue Complete Street – Roadway upgrade and miror re-alignment from Countyline Road to Pembroke Road. The 1.5 mile improvement will include bike lanes, improved sidewalks with complete connectivity, adjustment to the drainage system, roadway resurfacing, landscaping and pavement marking.
  • Purchase of a Fire Truck – The purchase of this vehicle will replace the aging equipment presently being used by Broward Sheriff’s Office Fire Department. A new fire truck will also improve response time to residents and businesses within the City in the event of fire.
  • Proposed Municipal Complex (Retention Pond Redevelopment P3 Project) – Active retention pond for redevelopment of a municipal complex for government functions, but also have facilities for various civic and cultural activities. This complex will move the community further in its positive progression, while ultimately promoting the City’s adopted Transit Oriented Corridor’s mixed-use development and pedestrian friendly corridor.
  • Water Tower Park Infrastructure Improvement – This activity involves the development of a new site within the City into a passive park development. The project will remove slum and blight while creating an opportunity for the City to increase park acreage as part of the Comprehensive Development Master Plan. The park will feature a picnic bench and playground.
  • Public-Private Partnership (P3) Infrastructure Developent (SR7 & SW 25th Street) – The Public-Private Partnership (P3) project will encourage positive growth within the City. It will increase new job creation and promote a better quality of life for our residents while promoting the City’s adopted Transit Oriented Corridor’s mixed-use development and pedestrian friendly corridor.
  • Purchase of a Trolley for Community Bus Services – Free trolley shuttle service that provides transportation to points of interest within the City, just outside of the City limits, and to other public transportation. The free trolley service is an 18-passenger vehicle with ADA accessibility and bike racks.
  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming Improvement Area “A” – Implementation of traffic calming devices in the Miami Gardens section of the City. Speed tables on SW 59 Terrace, between Thomas Road and Virginia Road and another one on SW 40 Court, between SW 56 Avenue and SW 58 Avenue.
  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming Improvement Area “B” – Implementation of a traffic calming plan that will address cut-through traffic congestion and speeding. A need for a conceptual plan that will foster pedestrian refuge, curb extension, raised crosswalk, street humps and bumps, traffic circles, and reduction diverters.
  • Neighborhood Traffic Calming Improvement Area “C” – The implementation of traffic calimng plan that will address cut-through traffic, congestion and speeding.
  • Proposed Cultral Center at McTyre Park – Facility that will include a cultural center, community center, gymnasium, football/soccer fields, parking areas, and a community pool. Special Needs programming will be of specific concern to make the facility entirely ADA accessible.
  • Mary Saunders Park Infrastructure Improvement – This activity involves the creation of a Master Plan to include site preparation for refurbished baseball/soccer/football fields, basketball goals, an outdoor pavilion with restrooms, and site furnishings. Mary Saunders Park currently needs upgrades in all facets of the facility. This Master Plan will allow us to best gauge the needs of the community and prepare the implementation plan to see how we can make them a reality.
  • Purchase of Utility Trucks for Public Works Services – The vehicles will be utilized for daily services, to include, hauling supplies, disaster relief duties, remove items for right-of-way. The vehicles will also be used to move heavy items, such as pumps, generators, etc.
  • Purchase of Utility Bucket Truck for Public Works Services – Purchase of a used bucket truck for the Public Works and Parks and Recreation Departments for use in pruning limbs, replacing lights, and reducing outside labor costs. To be used during times of disasters and to remove trash.
  • SW 21st Sreet Complete Street Improvement – Complete street improvement projects that will include the installation of traffic calming devices from State Road 7 to SW 40th Avenue. The improvement will also include drainage systems upgrade, bikelanes, sidewalk repairs, resurfacing and pavement marking.
  • Purchase of Recreation Vans for Youth & Senior Program Services – Purchase of two transportation 15-passenger vans for the Parks and Recreation Department use for after school, youth sports, and senior activities. Our current fleet is not efficient any more and we need more vehicles to accomodate increasing program participants’ needs.

Weston

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Admin. Services Center Third Floor – Design and construction of the third floor buildout within the Administrative Services Center public building.
  • Community Center Expansion – Expansion of the Community Center facility including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as an increase classroom space and stage area
  • Fire Station #21 Construction – Design and Construction of Fire Station #21 located in Bonaventure
  • Fire Station #55 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #67 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #81 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Parking Lot LED Lighting Upgrades – Convert current parking lot lighting system to Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting system at various locations Citywide
  • Police Services Center Renovations – Design; Improvements to the Police Services Center including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Public Works Facility Renovations – Design; Improvements to the interior of the Public Works Building including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – Replacement of the City’s ERP System including integrated budget, financials and procurement
  • Fiber Optic Network Expansion – Expansion of the City’s Fiber Optic Local Area Network
  • Audio/Video (A/V) Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s A/V Systems including City Commission Chambers, conference rooms and Emergency Operations Center
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) – Upgrades to City’s GIS including asset data collection, aerial photography and GIS application development
  • Weston TV Upgrades – Upgrades to hardware and software supporting City’s local government access channel
  • Fleet Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s fleet management and fuel management systems
  • Workstation & Laptop Refresh – Replacement of City computer workstations and laptops pursuant to useful-life refresh schedules
  • Website Content Management System – Upgrades to City’s public website including a new content management system
  • Wi-Fi Upgrade – Upgrades the City’s Wi-Fi infrastructure including public Wi-Fi in parks
  • Service Request and Work Order System – Upgrades to City’s Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and Enterprise Asset Management System.
  • Artificial Turf Athletic Fields – Replace natural grass fields with artificial turf fields
  • Field Lighting Fixtures – Field lighting fixtures with LED for City park fields including Vista Park, Tequesta Trace Park and Regional Park
  • Indian Trace Park – Design and Construction for Indian Trace Park.
  • Bonaventure Park – Construction of a new park adjacent to new Fire Station #21 in Bonaventure
  • Park Walkway LED Lighting Upgrades – Upgrading park walkway lighting at Regional Park, Tequesta Trace Park and Vista Park
  • Park Walkway LED Lighting Upgrades – Upgrading park walkway lighting at Peace Mound Park, Emerald Estates Park and Country Isles Park
  • Peace Mound Park Restrooms – Restrooms and future renovations and upgrades to the existing park
  • Picnic Shelters Replacement – Replace the current picnic shelters with new shelters at Regional Park, Vista, Gator Run
  • Playground Replacement Citywide – Replace playground equipment at various parks Citywide including surface replacement
  • Regional Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Regional Park Volleyball Court Lighting – Lighting for 4th Volleyball Court at Regional Park
  • Shade Cover and Structure Replacements – Shade cover and structure replacements Citywide
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Sports Fields Fencing and Backstops – Replace all sports fields fencing and backstops at Citywide parks
  • Tequesta Trace Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Tennis Center Improvements – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, pro shop expansion, tennis court expansion, clay court renovations and restrooms
  • Tennis Center Parking – Tennis Center parking lot resurfacing and expansion
  • Vista Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Bonaventure Blvd Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Emerald Estates Dr. Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Glades Parkway Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Indian Trace Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Manatee Isles Drive (36 St) Cul-de-sac – Creation of a Cul-de-sac in conjunction with the C-11 Impoundment Project including roadway and street light construction
  • Saddle Club Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Sidewalk Improvements – Sidewalk Improvements on Weston Road from Fairlake Terrace to Indian Trace to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Vista Park Boulevard Roadway Improvement – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Bike Lane Upgrades – Citywide upgrades to bike lanes
  • Weston Road Bike Lanes – Weston Road Bike Lane Project is between Indian Trace Boulevard to State Road 84 which includes upgrades to bike lanes
  • Bicycle Master Plan Implementation – Various bike lanes, bike network signage and sidewalk improvements recommended in 2013 Master Plan
  • Bonaventure Boulevard Road Diet – Reducing the road from 4 lanes to 2 lanes and developing bike lanes
  • Illuminated Mast Arm Street Sign upgrade – Illuminated Mast Arm Street Sign renovation and upgrade
  • Intersection Improvements Manatee – Traffic intersection improvements including signal or roundabout at Manatee Isles Drive and South Post Road
  • Rights-of-Way staging areas – Roadway pull off and staging areas for vendors to reduce traffic and bicycle congestion on the main roadways
  • Intersection Improvements Royal – Intersection improvements of Weston Road and Royal Palm Blvd
  • Streetlight underground conduit – Replacement of Streetlight underground conduit
  • Street Light Pole Upgrades – Upgrades and replacement to the street light poles to Weston standard
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine #21 purchase – Purchase a new engine for Fire Station #21.
  • Fire Vehicle Engine replacement – Seven year replacement program for the current 4 fire engine vehicles.
  • Commercial Meter Replacement Program – Replacement of commercial meters.
  • Water Main Improvements – Replace water mains throughout the City.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Bonaventure Stormwater Improvement – Construction of additional storm water system facilities to improve drainage in rights-of-way.
  • Admin. Services Center Third Floor – Design and construction of the third floor buildout within the Administrative Services Center public building.
  • Admin. Services Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Administrative Services Center public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC).
  • City Hall Renovations – Future construction and improvements for City Hall public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Community Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Community Center facility including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Fire Station #55 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #67 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #81 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Parking Lot LED Lighting Upgrades – Convert current parking lot lighting system to Light Emitting Diode (LED) lighting system at various locations Citywide
  • Police Services Center Renovations – Design; Improvements to the Police Services Center including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Public Works Facility Renovations – Design; Improvements to the interior of the Public Works Building including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems.
  • Network Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s IT network infrastructure including local area network, wide area network and telephone systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Document Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s electronic, enterprise document/records management system with ProEnterprise (EDMS)
  • Financial Investments Software Upgrade – Upgrades to the City’s financial investment software
  • Emergency Operations Center Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) including hardware, software and A/V equipment
  • SCADA upgrade – Upgrades to the City’s Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system including radio replacements
  • Artificial Turf Athletic Fields – Replace natural grass fields with artificial turf fields
  • Artificial Turf on Soccer Rinks – Replace artificial turf on soccer rinks every 7-10 years
  • Country Isles Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground, jogging & biking paths and gazebo
  • Eagle Point Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to Parking, fields, volleyball courts, playground, jogging and biking paths
  • Emerald Estates Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, tennis courts, playground, and shelters
  • Gator Run Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, playground, jogging and biking paths and shelters
  • Heron Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking and fields.
  • Hockey Rink Renovations – Replace some hockey rinks with soccer rinks and tennis courts.
  • Library Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, restrooms and shelters.
  • Park Walkway LED Lighting Upgrades – Upgrading park walkway lighting at Regional Park, Tequesta Trace Park and Vista Park
  • Park Walkway LED Lighting Upgrades – Upgrading park walkway lighting at Peace Mound Park, Emerald Estates Park and Country Isles Park
  • Peace Mound Park Restrooms – Restrooms and future renovations and upgrades to the existing park
  • Playground Replacement Citywide – Replace playground equipment at various parks Citywide including surface replacement
  • Regional Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, courts, restrooms and shelters.
  • Regional Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Regional Park Parking Lot – Overlay and restriping of the parking lot at Regional Park
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Tequesta Trace Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, restrooms and shelters.
  • Tequesta Trace Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Town Center Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, stage and jogging/biking paths
  • Vista Park Improvements – Construct a community center and athletic fields
  • Vista Park Maintenance Building – Replace the current maintenance building with a new building
  • Windmill Ranch Park – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground equipment and field turf
  • Bonaventure Local Roadways – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Glades Parkway Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Indian Trace Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Saddle Club Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • South Post Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Bike Lane Upgrades – Citywide upgrades to bike lanes
  • Bicycle Master Plan Implementation – Various bike lanes, bike network signage and sidewalk improvements recommended in 2013 Master Plan
  • Streetlight underground conduit – Replacement of Streetlight underground conduit
  • Saddle Club Road, Road Diet – Reducing the road from 4 lanes to 2 lanes and developing bike pathways
  • Street Light Pole Upgrades – Upgrades and replacement to the street light poles to Weston standard
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine #21 replacement – Seven year replacement program for Engine #21.
  • Fire Vehicle Ladder replacement – Ten year replacement program for the current 1 ladder truck.
  • Residential Meter Replacement Program – Replace meters throughout ITDD with AMR meters and endpoints.
  • Commercial Meter Replacement Program – Replacement of commercial meters.
  • ITDD Pump Station Renovation – Replacement of pumps, engines and right-angle drive.
  • Lift Station Rehabilitation – Wet well, pumps and valve rehabilitation of 69 ITDD sanitary sewer lift stations.
  • Water Main Improvements – Replace water mains throughout the City.
  • SCADA Radio and PLC Upgrades – Upgrades of SCADA radios and Program Logic Controllers.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Bonaventure Stormwater Improvement – Construction of additional stormwater system facilities to improve drainage in rights-of-way.
  • Water Reuse Pipe Network – Connection and expansion of water reuse or surface water for irrigation.
  • Fire Station #21 Renovations – Future Construction and improvements of Fire Station #21 including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems.
  • Network Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s IT network infrastructure including local area network, wide area network and telephone systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Document Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s electronic, enterprise document/records management system with ProEnterprise (EDMS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – Replacement of the City’s ERP System including integrated budget, financials and procurement
  • Artificial Turf Athletic Fields – Replace natural grass fields with artificial turf fields
  • Indian Trace Park – Design and Construction for Indian Trace Park
  • Bonaventure Park – Construction of a new park adjacent to new Fire Station #21 in Bonaventure
  • Restroom Building Replacement – Replace Restroom buildings at Citywide Parks (15 buildings)
  • Concession Building Replacement – Replace Concession buildings at Citywide Parks (9 buildings)
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Sports Fields Fencing and Backstops – Replace all sports fields fencing and backstops at Citywide parks
  • Tennis Center Improvements – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, pro shop expansion, tennis court expansion, clay court renovations and restrooms
  • Bus Stop Improvements – Enhanced bus stop and roadway improvements for pedestrian safety
  • South Post Road Roadway Improvements – Design and roadway repaving to improve transportation, roads and signalization
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Bike Lane Upgrades – Citywide upgrades to bike lanes
  • Traffic Signal & Mast Arm Replacement – Signalized traffic intersection upgrades including traffic signals and mast arm replacement
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine #21 replacement – Seven year replacement program for Engine #21.
  • Fire Vehicle Engine replacement – Seven year replacement program for the current 4 fire engine vehicles.
  • BDD Pump Station Renovation – Replacement of pumps, engines and right-angle drive.
  • Lake Shelves Rehabilitation – Restoration of Lake shelves depth and profile.
  • Water Main Improvements – Replace water mains throughout the City.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Irrigation Pump Replacement – Replacement of surface water pumps used to provide irrigation to landscaped areas.
  • Water Reuse Pipe Network – Connection and expansion of water reuse or surface water for irrigation.
  • Admin. Services Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Administrative Services Center public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • City Hall Renovations – Future construction and improvements for City Hall public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Community Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Community Center facility including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Fire Station #55 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #67 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #81 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Police Services Center Renovations – Design; Improvements to the Police Services Center including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Public Works Facility Renovations – Design; Improvements to the interior of the Public Works Building including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems.
  • Network Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s IT network infrastructure including local area network, wide area network and telephone systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Document Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s electronic, enterprise document/records management system with ProEnterprise (EDMS)
  • Artificial Turf on Soccer Rinks – Replace artificial turf on soccer rinks every 7-10 years
  • Country Isles Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground, jogging & biking paths and gazebo
  • Eagle Point Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, volleyball courts, playground, jogging and biking paths
  • Emerald Estates Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, tennis courts, playground, and shelters
  • Gator Run Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, playground, jogging and biking paths and shelters
  • Heron Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking and fields.
  • Library Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, restrooms and shelters.
  • Peace Mound Park Restrooms – Restrooms and future renovations and upgrades to the existing park
  • Playground Replacement Citywide – Replace playground equipment at various parks Citywide including surface replacement
  • Regional Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, courts, restrooms and shelters.
  • Regional Park Parking Lot – Overlay and restriping of the parking lot at Regional Park
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Tequesta Trace Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, restrooms and shelters.
  • Town Center Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, stage and jogging/biking paths
  • Tennis Center Improvements – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, pro shop expansion, tennis court expansion, clay court renovations and restrooms
  • Windmill Ranch Park – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground equipment and field turf
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Traffic Signage Replacement – Traffic Signage replacement
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine replacement – Seven year replacement program for the current 4 fire engine vehicles.
  • Fire Vehicle Ladder replacement – Ten year replacement program for the current 1 ladder truck.
  • Culvert Improvements – Construction of culverts in Bonaventure Development District.
  • Culvert Improvements – Construction of culverts in Indian Trace Development District.
  • Residential Water Meter Replacement – 10 year water meter replacement program.
  • Lake Shelves Rehabilitation – Restoration of Lake shelves depth and profile.
  • Lift Station Rehabilitation – Wet well, pumps and valve rehabilitation of 69 ITDD sanitary sewer lift stations.
  • Water Main Improvements – Replace water mains throughout the City.
  • SCADA Radio and PLC Upgrades – Upgrades of SCADA radios and Program Logic Controllers.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Fire Station #21 Renovations – Future Construction and improvements of Fire Station #21 including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems
  • Network Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s IT network infrastructure including local area network, wide area network and telephone systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Document Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s electronic, enterprise document/records management system with ProEnterprise (EDMS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) – Replacement of the City’s ERP System including integrated budget, financials and procurement
  • Audio/Video (A/V) Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s A/V Systems including City Commission Chambers, conference rooms and Emergency Operations Center
  • Indian Trace Park – Design and Construction for Indian Trace Park
  • Library Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, restrooms and shelters.
  • Bonaventure Park – Construction of a new park adjacent to new Fire Station #21 in Bonaventure
  • Regional Park – Replacements and renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, courts, restrooms and shelters.
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Bike Lane Upgrades – Citywide upgrades to bike lanes
  • Traffic Signal & Mast Arm Replacement – Signalized traffic intersection upgrades including traffic signals and mast arm replacement
  • Traffic Signage Replacement – Traffic Signage replacement
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine #21 replacement – Seven year replacement program for Engine #21.
  • Water Main Improvements – Replace water mains throughout the City.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Force main Replacements – Replacement of force main reaching life expectancy.
  • Irrigation Pump Replacement – Replacement of surface water pumps used to provide irrigation to landscaped areas.
  • Admin. Services Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Administrative Services Center public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • City Hall Renovations – Future construction and improvements for City Hall public building including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Community Center Improvements – Future construction and improvements for the Community Center facility including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Fire Station #21 Renovations – Future Construction and improvements of Fire Station #21 including but not limited to roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • Fire Station #55 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #67 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Fire Station #81 Renovations – Design; Improvements to Fire Station including roof replacement, Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FFE) and Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) as well as restrooms, kitchens, dormitories, technology, lighting and painting.
  • Police Services Center Renovations – Design; Improvements to the Police Services Center including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Public Works Facility Renovations – Design; Improvements to the interior of the Public Works Building including restrooms, offices and common areas
  • Software Application Upgrades – Upgrades and enhancements to City software applications to streamline internal business processes, improve service delivery and increase online access to information and services
  • Data Center Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s data center infrastructure including core servers, network, power, cooling and battery backup systems
  • Physical Security Upgrades – Physical security system upgrades including building security, access control and surveillance systems
  • Network Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s IT network infrastructure including local area network, wide area network and telephone systems.
  • Cybersecurity Upgrades – Upgrades to cybersecurity systems including firewalls, end-point protection, anti-virus, anti-spam, email protection, etc.
  • Data Storage Upgrades – Upgrades to City’s data storage infrastructure including additional capacity
  • Disaster Recovery Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s disaster recovery infrastructure including servers, storage and network
  • Document Management System Upgrades – Upgrades to the City’s electronic, enterprise document/records management system with ProEnterprise (EDMS)
  • Artificial Turf on Soccer Rinks – Replace artificial turf on soccer rinks every 7-10 years
  • Country Isles Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground, jogging & biking paths and gazebo
  • Eagle Point Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking, fields, volleyball courts, playground, jogging and biking paths
  • Emerald Estates Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, tennis courts, playground, and shelters
  • Gator Run Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to restrooms, parking, playground, jogging and biking paths and shelters.
  • Heron Park – Replacements and Renovations to park accommodations including but not limited to parking and fields.
  • Playground Replacement Citywide – Replace playground equipment at various parks Citywide including surface replacement
  • Regional Park Parking Lot – Overlay and restriping of the parking lot at Regional Park
  • Soccer Field Renovations – Outflow renovations and drainage improvements on the soccer fields
  • Tennis Center Improvements – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, pro shop expansion, tennis court expansion, clay court renovations and restrooms
  • Windmill Ranch Park – Replacements and renovations to accommodations including but not limited to parking, playground equipment and field turf
  • Bridge Replacements – Citywide replacement of three bridges with a 50 year life expectancy
  • Curb construction – Construction of curbs citywide to improve road drainage
  • Sidewalk Construction – Sidewalk Improvements Citywide to develop safe sidewalks for pedestrians
  • Emergency Rescue Vehicles – Five year replacement program for Emergency Rescue Vehicles
  • Equipment and Vehicle Replacements – Annual purchase of equipment and vehicle replacements
  • Fire Vehicle Engine #21 replacement – Seven year replacement program for Engine #21.
  • Fire Vehicle Engine replacement – Seven year replacement program for the current 4 fire engine vehicles.
  • Fire Vehicle Ladder replacement – Ten year replacement program for the current 1 ladder truck.
  • Lift Station Rehabilitation – Wet well, pumps and valve rehabilitation of 69 ITDD sanitary sewer lift stations.
  • SCADA Radio and PLC Upgrades – Upgrades of SCADA radios and Program Logic Controllers.
  • Wastewater main rehabilitation – Inspection, TV & lining of laterals and gravity lines.
  • Force main Replacements – Replacement of force main reaching life expectancy.

Wilton Manors

Proposed Project Overview Download

  • Fire Station 16 Infrastructure – Interim renovations and long term plan for Fire Station 16.
  • Colohatchee Park Expansion & Repurposing – Demolition, construction and equipment related to amenities such as new walking trail, pavilion, fencing, security, floating dock.
  • Roadway Infrastructure Repairs – Road Resurfacing.
  • Sidewalk Connectivity – Construct, repair and connect sidewalks throughout the city.
  • Public Safety Infrastructure & Equipment – Includes purchase and installation of security cameras for key locations.
  • Sewer Line Infrastructure Improvement – Reconfiguration of key infrastructure and systems to accommodate sea level rise.