Current Public Works Projects

Please see below for the current project going on throughout the City. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to Megan Wepfer, Public Works Director.

Beach Groin Renourishment Project

  • Design is finalized and submitted for Permitting
  • BOC approved staff to proceed with the Request for Proposals and will be placed out to bid by end of October

Area 3 – E Parsley, W Parsley, Marguerite, A Street, B Street, and Lynn Way. Roadway and Drainage improvement Project.

  • Working on preliminary design for utility locates.

Gulf Lane and Beach Access roadway and drainage improvements

  • The project will consist of Milling and resurfacing Gulf Lane along with 135th to 130th Beach access parking lots and improving the stormwater drainage.
  • Plans are complete and staff will have the project out to bid in November

Gulf Blvd Utility Undergrounding

  • Waiting for the Binding Cost Estimate (BCE) from Duke Energy, quantities of materials needed for the project
  • Task 2 – Construction management and Construction approved by the BOC September 14th.
  • Waiting on Duke Energy Binding Cost Estimate – Should receive by the end of October
  • Anticipated date for completion August 2023

FDOT Bridge Repair Project

Updates can be found at: 439565-1-52-01 SR 699/Gulf Blvd Bridge Maintenance over John's Pass (fdottampabay.com)

  • This project will provide routine maintenance to the lighting and moveable parts of the John's Pass bridges.
  • Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2022 and be complete in the fall of 2023.

FDOT Drainage Improvement for Johns Pass and 131st

Updates can be found at: 439526-1-32-01 SR 699 (Gulf Boulevard) Drainage Improvements from 36th to 131st avenues (fdottampabay.com)

  • The Florida Department of Transportation's contractor, AJ General Construction Services, Inc., will begin making improvements to SR 699 (Gulf Boulevard) from 36th to 131st avenues in Pinellas County.
  • Construction activities along this stretch of roadway include improving drainage by installing new drainage structures, barnacle removal and cleaning drainage outfall locations. Phase one of construction includes the clearing of existing drainage structures.
  • During construction, motorists should expect lane closures to occur from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Access to businesses, residents, and emergency vehicles to be maintained. Advanced warning signs and message boards will assist motorists traveling through this area.
  • Construction activities on this project are expected to be completed by late 2022.
  • For more information on this project or to sign-up to receive construction updates and traffic alerts, please visit: com.

Gulf Blvd Water leak

  • FDOT has design plans to create an underdrain and connect it to their existing storm that runs down Gulf Blvd.
  • We do not have an estimated start date.


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