Current Projects In Design or Discussion
Indian Rocks Road Project-
Carl Avenue and Shirley Avenue-
The Carl and Shirley Capital Project is anticipated to include paving and drainage enhancements with estimated groundbreaking in early 2023. The project will include adding sidewalks on both sides of the street as well as street lighting on Carl Avenue and Shirley Avenue. The engineer of record is in the process of developing 100% plans.
Bluff Erosion Restoration-
In July 2022, the Mayor signed a cooperative funding agreement with Southwest Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) to conduct a feasibility study that will investigate the potential erosion of the Bluff shoreline along Bayview Drive. Erosion is generally caused by wave activity and groundwater discharge. The study is meant to assist in determining options to address these issues and maximize natural system restoration opportunities as well as water quality. Town staff is maintaining weekly discussions with SFWMD to ensure the project remains on track. A bid award for the Bluff study is expected in early 2023. Staff has also entered an agreement with a Master Arborist to take a detailed inventory of trees along the Bluff. For questions or inquiries regarding the restoration of the Bluffs, contact Ashley Bernal, Assistant to the Town Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mehlenbacher Road Water Main Improvements-
This project will consist of the rehabilitation of the existing water main on Mehlenbacher Road, to improve its overall performance. This is likely to include removal and rerouting in specific locations. This project is being completed by Pinellas County. The estimated date of groundbreaking is February or March of 2023. Stay tuned for further updates!
The Town of Belleair, Pinellas County, and Largo have been meeting to discuss a shared agreement for a preliminary engineering report regarding Rattlesnake Creek. The objective of this project is to investigate and recommend alternatives to improve stormwater management and present flood protection measures while addressing erosion control and sediment management needs of the channel. This will include site investigation, data collection, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, and a presentation of an implementation plan with permitting requirements. This project is expected to span one year, starting mid 2023.