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Attention: Public Comments Requested

The City of Port St. Lucie intends to seek a $5 million Rebuild Florida Critical Facility Hardening Program grant from the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity to replace the Thornhill Public Works facility. The single-story structure, located on Thornhill Drive, has been assessed with mold problems and is not safe during extreme weather conditions. The new hardened Public Works building will be hurricane-rated and will provide backup emergency operations center capabilities. A project description is available for public review. Please contact Michael Byrd at 772-871-7332 or byrdm@cityofpsl.com for a copy.  Comments are due by 5 p.m. on June 30, 2020.


List of Public Works Projects

Project Name Objective
10-Year Repaving Master Plan Develop, fund, and implement a Citywide Repaving Plan designed to improve the quality of Port St. Lucie streets in a fiscally responsible manner with consideration for both short and long-term needs.
Crosstown Parkway Extension Project The Crosstown Parkway Extension Project will provide a new bridge crossing over the North Fork of the St. Lucie River in the City of Port St. Lucie, connecting the existing Crosstown Parkway from Manth Lane to U.S. 1. 
E-3 Canal Stabilization
Phase 1 & 2

The banks of the E-3 Canal are failing, the project will install piping in the existing canal. The canal will then be filled to the elevation of surrounding properties, eliminating all canal banks and failures. 
Floresta Corridor Master Plan Improvements to the Floresta Drive corridor are a priority for the City Council, and at the 2017 Summer Retreat, Council directed staff to model the corridor from a traffic standpoint for both a 2-lane and 4-lane roadway section.
Port St. Lucie Blvd. South The PSL Blvd. South project will incorporate “complete street” elements to the roadway, which will enhance mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, as well as vehicles.
Sidewalk Master Plan The purpose of the plan is to look at sidewalks strategically and to have a road map for connecting sidewalks throughout the City, thereby fulfilling the City’s strategic goals to be safe and have vibrant neighborhoods.