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More InfoArtificial ReefTo create 3 new reefs within the permitted South County reef area; each reef will be roughly 500 tons of recycled concrete. The proposed artificial reef is situated close to the southern boundary of Martin County in an approximate water depth of 65 ft.CompletedCoastalDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoAutomatic Meter Read (AMR) Replacement3200 water meters are being replaced per year throughout the County.ConstructionUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1
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More InfoBeau Rivage Neighborhood RestorationInfrastructure Reinvestment Program project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, addition of sewer force main, pavement milling & resurfacing, and replacement of sidewalk & other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the Beau Rivage subdivisionConstructionNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoBeau Rivage Water Main Assessment with Force MainProposed water assessment. Will construct a low pressure sewer collection system if the water assessment is approved by the Board of County Commissioners.In DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoBritt Road Fire Station #18Replacement of existing fire station. The structure will be built to a 50-year life expectancy and in accordance with NFPA standards to include storage for personal protective equipment outside of the bay area where it cannot be exposed to diesel exhaust fumes.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoHutchinson Island Fire Station #14A new station will be built on county-owned property, the former utility plant site, located on the north side of A1A near Evans Crary Bridge. Site permits have been issued by FDOT, SFWMD and Martin County Growth Management. The structure will be built to a 50-year life expectancy and in accordance with NFPA standards to include storage for personal protective equipment outside of the bay area where it cannot be exposed to diesel exhaust fumes. The final review of the construction documents is currently underway and the project is out to bid.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoHydrant ReplacementReplace older and obsolete fire hydrants as needed on an annual basis.ConstructionUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1
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More InfoIndian RiverSide Park (Parking Lot Expansion)Add a paved/landscaped parking lot between the US Sailing Center and the Mansion at Tuckahoe. The US Sailing Center has received a grant to help pay for the majority of the construction. Match funded by County has been submitted as a part of the FY22 CIP program. 90% design drawings as of December 2021.In DesignParksDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoIndian Riverside Park Living ShorelineThe proposed living shoreline design consists of native materials to stabilize the shoreline, maintain public access, and restore critical habitat. The Indian Riverside Park project area is within priority area #1 in the Martin County Resilience and Watershed Management Plan. This project received priority ranking by Martin County's Local Mitigation Strategy Working Group. Restoration of this project area via an innovative living shoreline design is a priority of the County due to its threatened mangrove, oyster and seagrass habitats which have diminished due to rising water levels, turbidity, and decreased water quality caused by sea level rise, severe rain events, sunny day flooding, and major storms. The Indian River Lagoon has seen a major loss of seagrass in recent years from a combination of pollution and turbidity. The proposed living shoreline will reduce the effect of these factors adjacent to Indian Riverside Park and will restore nearly 2 acres of seagrass habitat.In DesignCoastalDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoJensen Beach Impoundment Hydrological RestorationThe Jensen Beach Impoundments was constructed in 1958. The sites are comprised of mangrove communities and function to control salt marsh mosquitoes. Historically, culverts and pump stations were installed in an effort to improve water quality, soil chemistry, and promote interconnectivity with the Indian River Lagoon. Water quality during the impounded period of the year demonstrates the need for hydrological restoration and the installation of additional culverts with spillways to improve the health of the system and retain natural estuary functions. Additionally, sedimentation in the existing channels and overgrowth surrounding the culverts is restricting water flow, limiting system functionality. In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the Jensen Beach Impoundment sustained a loss of over 50 acres of mangrove habitat due to high water levels, poor connectivity, and insufficient infrastructure.ConstructionEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoJensen Beach Mooring FieldThis project is located in a protected area of the waterway popular with boaters. The mooring field would provide a safe and secure anchorage, along with amenities such as bathrooms, showers, laundry and a lounge and would be governed by a management plan that would provide a standard for boaters' activities, ensuring proper anchoring, pump out, maintenance and appearance of vessels. The project includes 51 moorings, a dinghy dock and a Harbor Master facility. When operational, the mooring field will be managed by the Martin County Parks Department.ConstructionCoastalDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoJensen Beach Parking InitiativesIncreased parking in the Jensen Beach CRA continues to be a priority for the community. This project focuses on constructing adequate and safe parking along with appropriate parking signage on Church Street, Indian River Drive and Pineapple Avenue. It also includes undergrounding utilities, new sidewalk, lighting and landscaping.In DesignCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 1District 1Jensen Beach
More InfoJensen Beach West Kayak/Standup Paddleboard (SUP) AccessThe Jensen Beach West property consists of 26 acres of primarily mangrove tidal swamp and 6 acres of maritime hammock with disturbed uplands. This area provides for significant and rare habitat for many of our wildlife and fishery species. The parcel lies between the Indian River Lagoon to the west and Jensen Beach Park directly to the east. Exotic management within this area has not been addressed and remains the last parcel on Hutchinson Island within Martin County to be restored. Currently there is no public access to the Indian River Lagoon from this parcel for recreational activities. The Ecosystem Restoration and Management division has identified an existing channel that leads directly into the Indian River Lagoon from NE Ocean Boulevard. This location provides an opportunity to promote public access to the lagoon with the construction of a pull off/parking area and access dock/launching area for non-motorized vessels (i.e. canoe/kayak/SUP). The project will also include the restoration of approximately 6 acres of rare coastal vegetative communities with the implementation of exotic control and replanting.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoLeilani Heights Neighborhood Restoration Infrastructure Reinvestment Program project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, replacement of aging utilities owned by Martin County, pavement milling & resurfacing and replacement of sidewalk and other ancillary items within the neighborhood.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 1District 1 
More InfoMC-2 Living Shoreline ProjectThe purpose of this project is to construct a living shoreline project to stabilize the southern and eastern parts of MC-2 (Bird Island) and restore critical bird nesting habitat. The proposed work consists of 11 mangrove planters constructed of small rip rap. The planters will be approximately 21 feet long and 7 feet wide. The proposed work also includes planting fifty (50) 7 gallon red mangroves in the planters and within areas where storm damage and erosion has impacted nesting habitat.ConstructionEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 1District 1 

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