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Woodland Trails Traffic Calming Public Information Meeting

The City of Port St. Lucie is exploring traffic calming options in the Woodland Trails neighborhood. Residents are invited to a Public Information Meeting on May 24 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Paula Lewis Library , 2950 SW Rosser Blvd., to learn about the proposals.

The City welcomes feedback from residents. Every one of the proposed options would include these features:

  • All-way stop at Hackensack Avenue and Earnest Street
  • New stop sign on southbound Rosser Blvd. at Edinburgh Drive
  • All-way stop at Daemon Street and Falmouth Street
  • All-way stop at Daemon Street and Edinburgh Drive
  • Speed table on Edinburgh Drive between Hallmark Street and Daemon Street
  • Raised intersection at Edinburgh Drive and Hallmark Street
  • Raised intersection at Park Entrance and Calmar Avenue

In addition to those features, the City would like residents’ feedback on these proposals.

Option 1

Traffic Calming Option 1

Option 1 Features:

  • Earnest Street is closed between Hackensack Avenue and Gadsan Avenue, but open to pedestrian traffic
  • Rosser Blvd. is open to vehicular and pedestrian traffic
  • Raised intersection or speed table on Daemon Street between Paar Drive and Hackensack Avenue
  • Raised intersection or speed table on Earnest Street between Paar Drive and Hackensack Avenue
  • Speed table on Hackensack Avenue between Daemon Street and Rosser Blvd.
  • All-way stop at intersection of Edinburgh Drive and Babylon Street
  • Speed table on Daemon Street between Edinburgh Drive and Calmar Avenue
  • Speed table on Hallmark Street between Edinburgh Drive and Calmar Avenue
Option 2

Traffic Calming Option 2

Option 2 Features:

  • Earnest Street and Rosser Boulevard are both open to vehicular and pedestrian traffic
  • Raised intersection or speed table on Daemon Street between Paar Drive and Hackensack Avenue
  • Raised intersection or speed table on Earnest Street between Paar Drive and Hackensack Avenue
  • All-way stop at intersection of Edinburgh Drive and Babylon Street
  • Speed table on Daemon Street between Edinburgh Drive and Calmar Avenue
  • Speed table on Hallmark Street between Edinburgh Drive and Calmar Avenue
Option 3

Traffic Calming Option 3

Option 3 Features:

  • Earnest Street and Rosser Boulevard are both closed to vehicular traffic, but open to pedestrian traffic

 

Traffic Calming Survey

This survey has been closed. Click here to go to the full list.


 

Woodland Trails is an up and coming residential community that has churches, commercial areas in walking distance, and is home to a charter school.

Woodland Trails will soon be home to the second dog park in the City. Plans are underway and a brand new 13-acre park will be constructed using proceeds from recycling funds. In early November 2017, the park was officially named Woodland Trails Park, which will be built between Southwest Edinburgh Drive and Southwest Calmar Avenue. The park amenities will include: a dog park, nature trails, natural buffer, open space play area, parking, pavilion with picnic tables, playground, restrooms and sidewalk connection to Becker Road.

Bordered by I-95 to the west and C-23 Canal to the south, residents of this community have easy access to I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. Woodland Trails shares a designation with the Paar South community as gateways to the City from Martin County.

Population: 5,238

District: 3

Contact

N.I.C.E. Program Manager District 3 Coucilwoman

Mark Hamel

Shannon Martin

Mark Hamel
NICE@CityofPSL.com
(772) 871-7395

Vice Mayor Shannon M. Martin
District3@CityofPSL.com
(772) 871-5159

Woodland Trails Park Groundbreaking & Construction

Updated on 01/24/2018 3:30 PM

The Woodland Trails Park Groundbreaking Ceremony was held on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 10 a.m., which took place at the intersection of Calmar Avenue and Earth Lane.