Green //// shows where roads will be closed to traffic, orange marks where sewers will be replaced

The City of Orlando is installing new infrastructure in the North Quarter, including; sanitary sewer and potable water lines, asphalt, curbs, gutters, driveways, sidewalks and curb ramps, as well as  new street signs, pavement striping, and tree trimming.

The construction is meant to enhance pedestrian access on the Marks Street corridor.

The project has been divided into three separate phases:

  • Phase 1 – April 11 to April ?, 2017: Sanitary Sewer Replacement between North Orange Avenue and Highland Avenue.
  • Phase 2 – Summer 2017 to Summer 2018: New Force Main. Location to be determined during Phase 1.
  • Phase 3 – Winter 2018 to Winter 2019: Sanitary Sewer Replacement between Highland Avenue and North Mills Avenue.

According to the City, the project is estimated to cost $3.25M and will be paid for with Wastewater funds, which is funded by user fees collected through residential and business Wastewater bills.

For more information, contact Steve Grubbs, OUC Project Manager – Water Engineering.

Brendan O'Connor

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