Staff from the City and Florida Department of Environmental Protection meet with the developer onsite to discuss site dewatering. City staff is also reviewing a Plat application, public hearings will be scheduled in the future.
The work on the three outfall pipes has been completed and Greenwood Avenue is now open.
The first phase of the Greenwood Avenue road closure will be extended to April 4th or 5th
The first two outflow pipes will be completed by Friday, March 31st, 2023. Repaving the roadway affected by replacing the two outfall pipes will begin on April 3, 2023, and the road is planned to be reopened on April 4, 2023, provided there are no delays.
Phase 2 of the road closure will begin April 5th, 2023, and will be closed for 30 days. The road will be reopened as soon as possible. Signs will be changed to include the correct dates for the road closure from April 5th, 2023, to May 5th, 2023.
All of the soil to be removed from the site under the current Remediation Action Plan (RAP) and Interim Source Removal Proposal (ISRP), as approved by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), has been completed. The western outfall pipe has been installed. Work on the center pipe has begun.
Central Parc development is underway with the replacement of the three outfall pipes. Please see the right-of-way schedule(PDF, 157KB) for Greenwood Avenue.
Greenwood Avenue will be closed beginning January 30th, 2023, to begin Phase 1 work on the site.
On January 3, 2023, City staff held a preconstruction meeting with the developer representatives, including Geosyntec, who oversees the project's environmental component. The preconstruction meeting addressed the Phase 1, 2, and 3 East and Phase 1 West areas as approved by the Remediation Action Plan.