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More Info Beau 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 Info East Fork Creek STAThe East Fork Creek basin upstream of the project contains portions of Heritage Ridge and Seabranch. There are several project components including a 700 foot long STA / 1500 foot long lake within an unopened right-of-way. The primary objective of the project is to reduce nutrient loads of Total Phosphorus (TP) by an estimated 57%, Total Nitrogen (TN) by 28%, and Total Suspended Solids by 80% to the St. Lucie Estuary, and assists the County in meeting the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements.ConstructionEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 4District 4
More Info2024 Bathtub Beach/Sailfish Point Beach NourishmentPlacement of 220,000 cubic yards of beach sand from the St. Lucie flood shoals to restore Bathtub and Sailfish Point beaches to pre Hurricane Nicole conditions.ConstructionCoastalDistrict 1District 1
More Info2024 St. Lucie Inlet Operation and Maintenance The navigation maintenance of the St. Lucie Inlet with material placement in off-shore borrow area B.ConstructionCoastalDistrict 1
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More Info2026 Hutchinson Island Shore Protection ProjectThis federal navigation project provides maintenance of the St. Lucie Inlet and associated infrastructure, along with state-mandated sand bypassing to adjacent beaches in compliance with the 2016 St. Lucie Inlet Management Plan and the 2023 Sediment Budget update. Maintenance projects remove sand from the navigation channel, impoundment basin, and interior shoals to provide safe navigation through the Inlet.In DesignCoastalDistrict 1District 1
More Info2026 MacArthur Dune and Beach NourishmentThe MacArthur Blvd dune restoration project plans to reconstruct a beachfront dune along MacArthur Boulevard beach beginning at Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Monument R-25 and extending south to R-34.In DesignCoastalDistrict 1District 1
More Info96th Street Pedestrian LightingDesign and construction of pedestrian lighting to enhance pedestrian activity and connect residential with adjacent institutional and commercial land uses. The Board of County Commissioners negotiated a $100,000 contribution from the adjacent South Florida Gateway Planned Unit Development as a public benefit of the Planned Unit Development Zoning Agreement at the request of the County Engineer.In DesignTrafficDistrict 4District 4
More Info96th Street Staging Area for the Artificial Reef ProgramDesigning and permitting a new bulkhead at the 96th Street site will allow the County to have waterfront access for the loading and unloading barges during Artificial Reef projects. The project will construct a bulkhead the entire length of the right-of-way under the Arundel Bridge.In DesignCoastalDistrict 4District 4
More InfoAirport Operations Center and Airfield Electrical Vault - ConstructionConstruct new airport operations center building and airfield electrical vault The current building does not meet the space requirements for the Airport staff and operations. The location occupies valuable airside property.ConstructionAirportDistrict 2District 2
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 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 InfoCR 708 Bridge Scour Protection The Hobe Sound Bridge Scour Protection Project will include the construction of scour protection consisting of rock filled containers constructed of high strength geogrid for piling at intermediate bridge bents and at the bascule piers, ditch lining rip rap rock installed, and the entire scour protection installation will be underlayed with geotextile filter fabric. A new 200 gal. emergency generator will be installed on land for utilization during storms and hurricanes.In DesignBridgesDistrict 3District 3
More InfoCR-714 (SW Martin Highway) Resurfacing (SR-710 to Fox Brown Rd)The project includes milling and resurfacing between SR-710 (SW Warfield Boulevard) and SW Fox Brown Road. The 7.7-mile project also includes regrading of swales, removal and replacement of failing drainage pipes, and installing new pavement markings. This project is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) through the Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) and administered by Martin County Public Works Department.ConstructionRoadwaysDistrict 5District 5
More InfoCharlie Leighton Park Boat RampUpdate: Charlie Leighton Park Boat Ramp Updates – The design is complete. A FIND grant has been applied for with a match from the FY2025 CIP. Expected bid for construction is late Fall 2024.In DesignParksDistrict 5District 5
More InfoCoral Gardens Neighborhood RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, adding drainage conveyance structures, regrading of drainage swales, pavement milling, resurfacing, replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the Coral Gardens subdivision.ConstructionNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 2District 2
More InfoCove Road Resurfacing & Bike LanesThe project includes milling, resurfacing, and shoulder widening between SR5 (US-1 / Se Federal Highway) and CR-A1A (SE Dixie Highway). The 1.0-mile project also includes regrading of swales, removal and replacement of failing drainage pipes, and installing new pavement markings. This project is Federally funded through the Local Agency Program (LAP) directed by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).CompletedRoadwaysDistrict 4District 4
More InfoCypress Creek Floodplain Restoration This project is to design, permit and build a structure within Cypress Creek to restore the freshwater floodplain of this critical tributary. Cypress Creek is one of the main tributaries to the Loxahatchee River and its restoration is critical to the river's health. The project includes a feasibility study to determine what the structure will be made, where it would be located and how to best access the area. Once the feasibility study has been completed, full design will begin. The project will require obtaining a permanent access and maintenance agreement with the Florida Park Service. Staff is seeking grant funding to off-set the costs of design and construction.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 3District 3
More InfoDixie Highway-East Fork Creek Box Culvert ReplacementReplacement of a roadway box culvert built in 1950 with a single span structure. Project includes replacing the existing box culvert and separated pedestrian bridge with a single span bridge structure. The project is scheduled for replacement with intermittent lane closures throughout the duration of construction. Includes adding a right turn lane to Dixie Park which is adjacent to the project.ConstructionBridgesDistrict 4District 4
More InfoDixie Stormwater & Streetscape ProjectHobe Sound - Dixie Stormwater & Streetscape Project includes the vision for the existing streetscape to be extended from Bridge Road down A1A (Service Road). The streetscape extension will improve drainage, beautify the corridor and clearly define the sidewalk for pedestrians.ProposedCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 3District 3Hobe Sound
More InfoEast Fork Creek Stormwater Treatment Area Phase II The East Fork Creek basin contains portions of Heritage Ridge, Seabranch and Poinciana Gardens. Phase II of this project includes a 700-foot-long STA/1500-foot long lake within an unopened right-of-way. Phase I included a 20-acre STA/ stormwater pond on the east side of US1 and replacing two cart crossings and culverts. The primary objective of the project is to reduce nutrient loads of Total Phosphorus (TP) by an estimated 57%, Total Nitrogen (TN) by 28%, and Total Suspended Solids by 80% to the St. Lucie Estuary, and assists the County in meeting the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL).In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 3District 3
More InfoEvergreen/Windstone Water AssessmentProposed water main assessment to serve approximately 405 single family residential units.In DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 5District 5
More InfoField Operations BuildingThe Field Operations Building is currently occupied by Field Operations and Traffic Division staff. The plan is to have the Traffic Division stay in the existing building and to build a new Field Operations facility that would house 70+ field employees and administrative staff. The building may also house Survey field staff, Ecosystems staff and the Mosquito Control lab.In DesignFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoGaines Avenue Water Main Assessment with Force MainApproved water main assessment to serve approximately 160 single-family residential units.ConstructionUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 2District 2
More InfoGolden Gate - El Camino TrailThe Golden Gate Community Redevelopment Plan calls for a system of pedestrian and bike trails. This project will provide connections to existing pathways located within the community. This multi-modal, linear park pathway will provide pedestrian and bicycle connections, increase safety, encourage walking and riding, and become a beautiful neighborhood asset. The project represents a coalition of county departments, with a variety of departments represented, CRA, Public Works, Utilities and Parks and Recreation.ConstructionCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 2District 2Golden Gate
More InfoGolden Gate North OutfallThis project has been awarded resiliency funding through the State of Florida. This project also received preliminary notification of additional 319 water quality funding for 2023. The north outfall canal for the Golden Gate STA experiences tidal backflow reducing the storage of the lake and increasing salinity. Martin County made improvements to the southern outfall in 2020, but two STAs are still impacted by tidal backflow, increasing saltwater in the wetland. This project will consist of the construction of a new weir structure to protect the STA’s North outfall from impacts caused by storm surge and sea-level rise (SLR). The project will also increase the stormwater retention volume, thus improving water quality. Building a new stormwater outfall control structure and restore portions of the outfall canal utilizing nature-based solutions for erosion control and water quality. The outfall control structure shall meet the intent of reducing saltwater intrusion within the STA, increasing the stormwater storage capacity, and improving water quality within the basins associated with this outfall. The outfall canal itself will be regraded using typical excavation methods but will be restored with natural solutions for erosion control, such as American Eelgrass (Vallisneria Americana) or Widgeon Grass (Ruppia Maritima) also utilize native vegetation as necessary to stabilize the banks. Monitoring and maintenance of the ditch lines will be performed following the project to document the success rate and factors that impact or promote this method as a viable natural solution to stormwater ditch erosion control and sediment stabilization.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 2District 2Golden Gate
More InfoGolden Gate Phase II ResurfacingReplacement of drainage structures, regarding of drainage swales, pavement milling and resurfacing, and replacement of sidewalk and other ancillary items within the neighborhood.ConstructionNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 2District 2
More InfoHarbor Estates / Linden Street Neighborhood Restoration: Phase II Resurfacing Replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, replacement of aging utilities owned by Martin County, pavement milling & resurfacing, new sidewalk, traffic calming and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of Harbor Estates, Live Oak Estates, and Linden Street corridor areas.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 2District 2
More InfoHibiscus Park Neighborhood Restoration - Phase II Resurfacing Infrastructure Reinvestment Program project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, pavement milling & resurfacing, and replacement of sidewalk & other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This neighborhood infrastructure restoration project will be coordinated with Martin County Utilities & Solid Waste Department.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 4District 4
More InfoHobe Heights - Drainage OutfallHobe Heights structure demolition and site restoration project involves the restoration of residential property to pre-development conditions in the Hobe Heights neighborhood. The next phase will involve designing the drainage outfall. It will be for the 10-year 1 day,25-year 3-day & 100-year 3-day rain events.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 3District 3
More InfoHobe Sound Library ImprovementsInterior renovations and construction of pavilion.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 3District 3
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 CIP program. Project is expected to go out to bid late sometime in 2024In DesignParksDistrict 1District 1
More InfoIndian Riverside Park Boardwalk & Lagoon Design and construction of boardwalk and lagoon at Indian Riverside Park.ConstructionParksDistrict 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 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 InfoIndian St Resurfacing (SE Gatehouse Circle to US1) Asphalt milling and resurfacing on Indian St from SR76 to US1. The project will also include the restoration of failing drainage pipe culverts and new pavement markings. This project is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) through the Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) and administered by Martin County Public Works Department.ConstructionRoadwaysDistrict 2District 2
More InfoJensen Beach Causeway (North Boat Ramp)Jensen Causeway North Boat Ramp – The design consultant has scheduled the bathometric surveys for this ramp.In DesignParksDistrict 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.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 1District 1
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 InfoMacArthur Boulevard ImprovementsThe seawall is part of a 2 phase resilience project to protect the infrastructure behind the dune at Bathtub Beach. The wall is designed to be hidden under the dune and defense if we are threatened by hurricanes, nor’easters or king tides. The second portion of the project will be heightening the road and adding a seawall to the west side of MacArthur Blvd.ConstructionRoadwaysDistrict 1District 1
More InfoManatee Pocket Upland Facility This facility will provide bathrooms, showers, and laundry to Manatee Pocket Mooring Field tenants.In DesignFacilitiesDistrict 4District 4Port Salerno
More InfoMarine Patrol Offices - Sandsprit ParkCurrently the MCSO is leasing a portable office space located within Sandsprit Park. The 300 sq ft office trailer insufficient to support the Marine Patrol's mission and it is not an appropriate structure to be located in a prominent location within Sandsprit Park. Construction of a new building would eliminate the need to continue leasing office space.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoMartin County Burn Building Design and construction of a burn building to be used for Fire Rescue Operations for training.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoMartin County Employee Clinic Facility Currently, Employee Wellness is operating at a high utilization rate and based on analysis from the County’s benefits consultant, Gehring Group, we are expected to meet or exceed maximum capacity within a few years. Additionally, the parking in this area has always been difficult and often a complaint from our employees. In November 2022, the BOCC approved the County to build its own facility for its clinic operations.In DesignFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoNE Jensen Beach Blvd Resurfacing (Savannah Rd to Indian River Dr)The project includes milling and resurfacing between CR-723 (NE Savannah Road) and CR-707A (NE India River Drive). The 0.7-mile project also includes removal and replacement of failing drainage pipes and installing new pavement markings. This project is funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) through the Small County Outreach Program (SCOP) and administered by Martin County Public Works Department.In DesignRoadwaysDistrict 1District 1
More InfoOld Palm City - Septic to Sewer Conversion Construction of vacuum sewer system to serve 1029 properties for S2S conversions. Construction water lines to serve approximately 395 properties.In DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 5District 5Old Palm City
More InfoOld Palm City North Neighborhood RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, replacement of aging utilities, pavement milling, resurfacing, replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the Maplewood, Gull Harbor, Pelican's Cove, Riverview, Stratford Downs, Woodside, Seagate Harbor, and Lighthouse Point subdivisions.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 5District 5
More InfoPalm City Farms Stormwater Master PlanningThe purpose of this project is to develop a stormwater management master plan for the Palm City Farms area. A majority of the area falls within the FEMA Floodplain. As land use has changed, these systems may need to be re-evaluated for function, flood protection, and water quality, through a new stormwater management master plan. Several smaller projects that were identified as critical by this modeling effort have been completed since the start of the design. These projects include: - Repair of a historic berm in Western Danforth/Bessey Basins. - Replacement of an undersized culvert within Danforth Creek - Cleaning of box culverts in Danforth & Mapp Creek Basins - Roadside swale dredging & grading to improve drainage conveyance in sections of SW Citrus Blvd.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 5District 5
More InfoPalm City StormwaterInstallation of backflow preventers in several locations throughout the County with an emphasis in Old Palm City. High water levels during tidal and storm events cause saltwater intrusion into the system, reducing storage by up to 6 acre/ft., impacting water quality and the freshwater aquatic community. Create natural velocity dissipating spillways eventually, along with necessary repairs/replacements to the existing system to fit the backflow preventers. These areas have been identified in a county-wide vulnerability study.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 5District 5Old Palm City
More InfoPort Salerno / New Monrovia Sewer AssessmentCentralized Gravity Vacuum sewer system constructed to serve approximately 952 commercial, single family and multi-family properties.In DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 4District 4Port Salerno
More InfoPort Salerno Peninsula Neighborhood Restoration Infrastructure 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 will be coordinated with the Martin County Utilities & Solid Waste Department septic to sewer program.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 4District 4
More InfoPort Salerno/New Monrovia Neighborhood RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, adding drainage conveyance structures, regrading of drainage swales. The pavement milling, resurfacing, replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood will be done once the septic to sewer conversions are done. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of Port Salerno west of SE Dixie Highway between Port Salerno Elementary/Port Salerno Park and Cove Road.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 4District 4
More InfoPublic Safety Training Facility Build a training facility to be used for Fire Rescue Operations and other county departments' training needs. The four-story, Class A burn structure will include simulators for forcible entry, search and rescue operations and other tactical operations required to train firefighters in safe and effective responses. The 3,000-square foot training building will include two classrooms with storage and office space for training personnel. The driving course will include a 4-acre asphalt range for emergency vehicle operator training and a designated area for additional vehicle safety courses for all county departments. Smaller training sites will include vehicle extrication, special operations and tactical training.CompletedFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoRio Bioswale ImprovementsWith the completion of the Kubin Ave drainage enhancement project that consisted of improving drainage along the street with improved swales and drainage pipe, there is a planned phase 2 to this Kubin Ave project which will take place in an unopened Right of Way/ditch west of Kubin Ave between Dixie Hwy and St. Lucie Blvd. The intent is to construct a bio-swale to assist with water treatment, improve water quality, and increase stormwater capacity.CompletedCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 1District 1Rio
More InfoRio East / Crossroads Hill Septic to SewerInstallation of low pressure force mains to support installation of grinder sewer allowing homeowners to convert from septic to sewer.ConstructionUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1District 1
More InfoRio East / Crossroads Hill Septic to Sewer - GrindersSmall diameter force mains to support individual residential grinders for septic to sewer conversion for approximately 376 homesIn DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1District 1
More InfoRio Infill Sewer Infrastructure is a priority in the Rio CRA area and this project, when complete, will provide sewer access to all properties within the Rio CRA boundary via Martin County’s Utilities program, Connect to Protect grinder system.ConstructionCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 1District 1Rio
More InfoRio Neighborhood Restoration Infrastructure 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 will be coordinated with the Martin County Utilities & Solid Waste Department septic to sewer programIn DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 1District 1Rio
More InfoRiverside Park Neighborhood Improvements-City of Stuart The project is bounded by NW Fern Street on the south, SE Dixie Highway on the east, North Fork of St Lucie River on the west and NW Palm Street on the north and is in the City of Stuart Community Redevelopment Area. The project consists of the construction of concrete sidewalks, on-street parking, high-visibility decorative crosswalks, bicycle racks, and landscaping.ConstructionNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 1District 1
More InfoRocky Point Neighborhood RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, adding drainage conveyance structures, regrading of drainage swales, pavement milling, resurfacing, and replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the Rocky Point peninsula east of SE Dixie Highway and north of SE Cove Road.In DesignNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 4District 4
More InfoRocky Point Water & Sewer AssessmentWater & Sewer assessment for 958 sewer connections and 383 water connections.In DesignUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 4District 4
More InfoSE County Line Road Bridge ReplacementReplacement of a roadway bridge originally built in 1974. Project also includes removing separate pedestrian bridge and incorporating into a single structure.In DesignBridgesDistrict 3District 3
More InfoSE Cove Road WideningThe widening of two-lane undivided SE Cove Road to a four-lane divided roadway from SR-76 (SW Kanner Highway) to SR-5 (US-1 / SE Federal Highway). This 3.2-mile project will be managed by the Florida Department of Transportation and funded with state and federal resources. A Project Development and Environment (PD&E) is underway; design is funded in FY25 while construction is currently unfunded.In DesignRoadwaysDistrict 4District 4
More InfoSE Indian Street Dual Left-Turn Lanes at SE Willoughby BoulevardAddition of dual left-turn lanes on SE Indian Street at its intersection with SE Willoughby Boulevard; mast arm upgrades to accommodate hardening and future anticipated improvements. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2024.ConstructionTrafficDistrict 2District 2
More InfoSE Island Way West BridgeReplacement of the existing functionally obsolete structure on SE Island Way. This project includes the span replacement, removal and replacement of failing drainage pipes, and milling and resurfacing the pavement.In DesignBridgesDistrict 3District 3
More InfoSE Salerno Road Sidewalk (Willoughby to Cable)Construction of an 6-foot wide sidewalk along the north right-of- way of SE Salerno Road from SE Willoughby Boulevard to approximately 88 feet west of SE Cable Drive. The project connects the missing links of sidewalk along the north side of SE Salerno Road. A private developer is required to complete the missing sidewalk link between SE Cable Drive and US-1 / SE Federal Highway. This project is Federally funded through the Local Agency Program (LAP) directed by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) and administered by Martin County Public Works Department.ConstructionSidewalksDistrict 2
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More InfoSE Salerno Road Traffic Safety ImprovementsThe Board of County Commissioners negotiated a $100,000 contribution from the adjacent Willoughby Townhomes Planned Unit Development as a public benefit of the Planned Unit Development Zoning Agreement after requests of residents along SE Salerno Road for traffic safety improvements. The Public Works Department is coordinating multimodal improvements through the District 2 Commissioner's office after meeting with local residents. Radar Speed Feedback signs were installed in early June 2023.ConstructionTrafficDistrict 2District 2
More InfoSPS/Manatee Business Park RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, addition of new sewer force main, pavement milling, resurfacing, replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the SPS Commerce Park, Manatee Business Park, and SE Commerce Avenue.ProposedNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 2
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More InfoSR 714 SE Monterey Road and CR-A1A Multimodal PathwayPedestrian and bicyclist improvements at the intersection of SE Monterey Road, SE Palm Beach Road, and SE Dixie Highway. The multimodal pathway will be along the east side of SE Dixie Highway from Monterey Road to SE Airport Road.In DesignSidewalksDistrict 2District 2
More InfoSR-708/Hobe Sound Drawbridge Electrical & Control Rehabilitation ProjectThe drawbridge will undergo electrical and command & control rehabilitation. The project will include the replacement and upgrade of critical electrical components. In addition to the electrical work, there will be limited mechanical work completed in conjunction with electrical to improve the condition of the bridge and address improvements recommended by the Florida Department of Transportation.CompletedBridgesDistrict 3District 3
More InfoSW Fox Brown Road Resurfacing Roadway resurfacing from SW Warfiled Boulevard to SW Martin Highway. The project includes milling and paving, signage, new pavement markings, drainage repair and other incidental work.In DesignRoadwaysDistrict 5District 5
More InfoSW High Meadow Avenue at SW Sunset Trail Intersection ImprovementsConstruction of a roundabout at SW High Meadow Avenue at SW Sunset Trail for intersection improvements including pedestrian and bicycle facilities.In DesignTrafficDistrict 5District 5
More InfoSW Mockingbird Lane Resilience ProjectSW Mockingbird Lane experiences repeated flooding during high tide events due to the low elevation of the roadway and adjacent drainage ditch.In DesignCoastalDistrict 5District 5
More InfoSW Prong - Manatee Creek STAThis project will construct a treatment train consisting of two wet detention ponds (approximately 0.5 and 1.1 acres), two diversion weir structures, enhanced vegetated channels, and a Summit High-Performance Upflow Filter System with bioactive media prior to discharge. This project will remove approximately 334 lbs-TN/year and 234 lbs-TP/year from the downstream Manatee Pocket and St. Lucie River, which are designated impaired by FDEP.In DesignEnvironmental & StormwaterDistrict 4District 4
More InfoSand Dune Café Replacement Replacement and investment of the 32-year old structure at Jensen Beach Park.In DesignParksDistrict 1District 1
More InfoSanitary Sewer Lining and Manhole RepairProject to line existing sanitary sewers and restore manholes at strategic locations to reduce large amounts of infiltration and inflow (I/I). During heavy rainfall events, large amounts of spurious rainfall runoff infiltration the older portions of the County's sanitary sewer system. This project will be ongoing until infiltration and inflow (I/I) is reduced to an acceptable level.ConstructionUtilities, Water & SewerDistrict 1
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More InfoSe Avalon Drive SidewalkA new six-foot wide sidewalk is proposed on the east side of SE Avalon Dr between SE Cove Road and SE Salerno Road in Stuart, Florida. The project will include open swale drainage that will be piped to accommodate improved drainage and roadside grading.In DesignSidewalksDistrict 4
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More InfoSheriff K-9 Training and Kennel FacilityThe Martin County Sheriff's Office currently does not have a designated training/care area for the K-9 unit as the previous location for K-9 training and care was eliminated to make room for the evidence storage building. The new facility will centralize housing, care and training for the K-9 unit and will be located on county property directly south of the Holt Correctional Center.ConstructionFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoSt. Lucie Inlet South JettyThe project site is located in at the north end of the St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park adjacent to the St. Lucie Inlet. The south jetty stabilizes the north end of Jupiter Island and is a popular recreation area for fishing and beach users. Construction of the south jetty was authorized by Congress as part of the St. Lucie Inlet federal navigation project in 1974. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) completed construction of the jetty in 1982. The south jetty at St. Lucie Inlet has been damaged by waves, currents, and storm surges that have occurred since it was constructed.In DesignCoastalDistrict 1
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More InfoState Road (SR) 714/SW Martin Highway from SW Citrus Blvd to SW Martin Downs Blvd.This project includes the following items: • Widening SR 714/SW Martin Highway from a two-lane undivided rural roadway to a four-lane divided urban roadway • Widening the bridge over Florida’s Turnpike • Constructing a seven-foot buffered bike lanes and six-foot sidewalks on both sides of the roadway • Realigning SW Leighton Farm Avenue further west to line up with SW Deggeller Court and creating a four-legged intersection • Installing a new closed-drainage system with a retention pond • Installing signing, signalization, and lighting upgradesConstructionRoadwaysDistrict 5District 5
More InfoStuart Causeway Boat Ramp Implement design considerations that address general improvements that includes, but not are limited to designing for sustainability and resiliency, repair or replace boat ramp surfaces, floating docks, fixed docks, pilings, lighting, shoreline protection, curbing, ADA compliance, and miscellaneous repairs. Update: The schematic plans (permit sketches) for the Stuart Causeway Boat Ramp are completed and submitted to regulatory agencies for review and permitting. During this time the design consultant with staff input will be completing the plans to the 90% point. All bathometric surveys have been completed.In DesignParksDistrict 1District 1
More InfoTaxiway Alpha Rehabilitation and LightingFull length pavement rehabilitation of Taxiway A including storm water drainage, taxiway lights, and airfield signage improvements. The rehabilitation will last 360 days broken into phases to alleviate the impact to airport tenants and visitors.ConstructionAirportDistrict 2District 2
More InfoThe Larry Massing Building Future ExpansionExpansion for future growth and employee training.In DesignFacilitiesDistrict 2District 2
More InfoThe Patio at Palm City PlaceThe community has prioritized this land for recreational access, with the water feature as the centerpiece. Palm City Place will provide nearby residents with opportunities to walk, picnic, fish, play, and enjoy the outdoors. There is broad public support for the proposed improvements and have been part of the Community Redevelopment Plan since 2003. Participants in the plan stated “The residents of Palm City would like to envision Mapp Road features to include a Town Square (by the Fire Station) type of feature for the community to gather”. This plaza like community gathering space will allow for potential events in the future as well as economic growth along the new Mapp Road streetscape. Elements of the project include: • A new picnic shade structure; • A freshwater fishing pier into stormwater treatment area • A path around the stormwater treatment area • Ping pong tables • Cornhole sets • Chess/checkers tables • Trash receptacle • Benches • A lighted fountain in stormwater treatment area • Electrical Lighting • Landscaping • Irrigation SystemCompletedCommunity Redevelopment Area (CRA)District 5District 5Old Palm City
More InfoTraffic Signal on US-1 (SE Federal Hwy) at SE Constitution BlvdInstall a traffic signal at the intersection of US-1 (SE Federal Highway) at SE Constitution Boulevard. The Board of County Commissioners approved development along SE Constitution Boulevard at its intersection with US-1 / SE Federal Highway, which is a state highway. Subsequently, the Board of County Commissioners directed staff to request the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) install a traffic signal at this location.ConstructionTrafficDistrict 3District 3
More InfoTropic Vista Neighborhood RestorationThe Infrastructure Reinvestment project includes the replacement of drainage structures, regrading of drainage swales, pavement milling, resurfacing, replacement of sidewalks, and other ancillary items within the neighborhood. This project completes the neighborhood restoration of the Tropic Vista subdivision along SE County Line Road.ProposedNeighborhood RestorationDistrict 3District 3
More InfoTwin Rivers Living ShorelineThe County proposes to stabilize the southernmost 300 ft section of shoreline using shore protection structures to provide connectivity between the adjacent breakwater system and revetment at the neighboring property.ConstructionCoastalDistrict 4District 4
More InfoWaterside Way The construction of SW Waterside Way in the 80 foot right-of-way that was dedicated to the County with the recordation of the plat of the South Florida Gateway PUD. SW Waterside Way will be a two lane divided road with lighting and landscaping that provides access to the County's proposed Operations Facility and several parcels within the plat of the South Florida Gateway PUD. The project includes a dedicated left turn lane, a dedicated right turn lane, and a future traffic signal on SR-76 (SW Kanner Highway).ConstructionRoadwaysDistrict 3District 3

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