DowntownIn ProgressA Well-planned and Livable Community
Construction on the Carter - Ann - Patton Stormwater Improvements will begin in the latter part of 2022. This is a Public Works Stormwater Capital Project with cooperation from several other agencies that are providing financial and other support for the project.
NorthIn ProgressA Well-planned and Livable Community
The area at the intersection of Edwin Place and Celia Place experiences significant flooding during high intensity storm events due to aged and undersized infrastructure. Additional areas in the contributing watershed along Sunset Parkway and Canterbury Road also experience flooding. To alleviate flooding, the City has produced construction plans for infrastructure replacement across Edwin Place, tying into the existing stream beyond Murdock Avenue.
EastCompleteA Well-planned and Livable Community
Project construction began in the fall of 2021 with substantial completion this winter 2021.
A Public Works Stormwater Operations team replaced failing pipes that ran underneath Kenilworth Road near its intersection with Rosefield Drive with a new larger pipe. This work was particularly challenging because of all the underground utilities surrounding the pipe. The headwalls were also replaced and the creek banks stabilized in this area as part of this work.
This project involved grading and removal of sediment from the site to improve flood capacity near Azalea Road and John B. Lewis Soccer Fields. Work included erosion control, grading, removal of sediment, and reseeding to establish ground cover.
WestIn ProgressA Well-planned and Livable Community
A new drainage system, as well as an upgrade to a smaller existing stormwater system, was installed primarily along Sulphur Springs Road just past the recently renamed Lucy S. Herring Elementary School to Carrier Street.
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