The objective of this project is to reconstruct SE 4th Street from Deopt Avenue to Williston Road. The Sweetwater Branch culvert underpass failed during the 2004 hurricanes, which impact this corridor. Therefore, it is currently proposed to be replaced with a higher capacity underpass. Improvements will also include: the addition of bike lanes, addition of sidewalks on both sides of the roadway, ADA accessibility upgrades as necessary, Sweetwater Branch culvert underpass replacement, stormwater treatment, street lighting, and aesthetic upgrades.
Project complete Summer 2022.
Project Update: 05/2022
There will be a roadway closure while the speed table at the trail crossing is being constructed. Closure anticipated May 25, 2022 - June 17, 2022.
Project Update: 01/2022
Work has resumed on the SE 4th Street Reconstruction project. Northbound and southbound lanes are now open for travel. Please anticipate short-term closures as construction activities continue.
Project Update: 09/2021
The original contractor is unable to complete the project, the hiring of a new contractor will happen at no additional costs to the city. It is anticipated that the project will take another six months to complete.
Project Update: 06/2020
Phase II roadway work is ongoing to construct the northbound travel lane. Traffic is currently open to northbound travel only. Depot Park will continue to be accessible from Depot Ave.
Once the new northbound lane is completed, Phase III will begin to construct the new southbound lane. During this Phase, traffic will continue to be open to northbound travel only. Depot Park will continue to be accessible from Depot Ave.
The current anticipated completion of the project is Fall 2020.
Project Update: 07/2019
July 8, 2019, reconstruction of the SE 4th St roadway between Depot Ave and Williston Road will begin.
The phase 1 traffic control plan is a full closure at the Sweet Water Branch Creek to allow for the installation of a large box culvert. Through traffic will need to use Williston Road to bypass the construction area.
Project Update: 03/2019
The Public Works Department brought forth the bid award for the reconstruction of S.E. 4th Street on November 16th, 2017. The City Commission has directed the Public Works Department and GRU to underground the existing overhead utilities.
The utility work will be completed to the point where the Contractor can begin work within the next 30 days.
Project Update: 08/2018
The design phase and construction procurement for this project was completed in the Fall of 2017. The City Commission also directed the conversion of the existing overhead utilities to underground. Roadway construction will begin as soon as the utility work is finished and will last approximately 12 months.
Project Manager: John Veilleux