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Municipal Facilities Reconstruction
The City is currently evaluating potential sites for the redevelopment of City facilities including City Hall, Police/Fire, and Public Works.
July 27th Update: Thank you for attending the public workshop held on Tuesday, July 17th at City Hall at 6pm. If you were unable to attend, please see the link to the architect's presentation below. Surveys are being collected until July 31st and all and public input is being collected and summarized for the City Commission.
2018 Annual Sea Oat Planting - Volunteers Needed!
Time & Date: 7:30AM on Sunday, July 22nd
Location: on the beach behind Sunset Chateau at 8470 West Gulf Blvd, Treasure Island
Don't forget to bring your reusable water bottle!!
An Informational Flier Available Here
Sunset Beach Phase VI Stormwater Project: April-October 2018
The final phase of the Sunset Beach Stormwater Best Management Practices Project will be constructed from April to October 2018. This project will connect stormwater infrastructure to West Gulf Blvd. These improvements are designed primarily to improve discharge water quality while improving stormwater drainage during normal tidal events.
Construction will be located on West Gulf Blvd south of the Bayshore Drive intersection. This project also includes the redevelopment the Tern and Ring Billed Gull Parking Lots. Pervious concrete will be used and native vegetation will be added. Throughout the project, the Ring Billed Gull Lot will be closed and used as a staging area by the contractor. Please use the recycling centers located at Treasure Bay and City Hall.
July 27th Update: The Sunset Beach stormwater contractor has completed the stormwater infrastructure improvements and the first lift of paving on West Gulf Blvd. The southbound lane of West Gulf Blvd. will remain closed over the next few months during project completion from the split at Bayshore Dr. south to 77th Ave. Reconstruction of the Ring Billed Gull Lot is currently underway and should be completed by the end of August. Reconstruction of the Tern Lot is also underway. As of now, both lots are closed. The Heron Lot (at the end of Bayshore Dr.) has been signed as resident permit parking only. Parking in south Sunset Beach will be difficult. The contractor will provide access to all or portions of the lots as quickly as possible.
Sunset Beach Boardwalk Reconstruction: June 18th-August 2018
The City will be reconstructing the boardwalk south of 77th Avenue near the Tern Parking Lot. Construction will be completed late August. During this time, the area will be closed to the public while safety improvements are made. The timing of this project is coordinated with the bulding improvements at Lands End, which also requires boardwalk closure in the areas that are not owned and maintained by the City.
July 27th Update: Demolition has been completed and reconstruction is underway. Reconstruction of the boardwalk is approximately 45% complete. The remaining portions should be completed by the end of August.
Central Beach Trail Reconstruction Project: April-August 2018
Beginning April 16th, the Treasure Island Beach Trail will be reconstructed. Currently, the trail is cracked and reconstruction is needed to improve safety and aesthetics. In general, work will begin on the north end of the trail and continue south until construction is complete this August. Beach access will remain available, though less convenient. Please contact Public Works with any questions or concerns.
July 27th Update: Reconstruction of the sidewalk is approximately 95% complete. Completion of the access nodes is underway. It is anticipated that the project will be completed by the end of August.
Sunshine & Sunset Beach Renourishment Project: April-June 2018
Beach renourishment has been completed in Treasure Island. Additional project information is available here.
East Treasure Island Causeway Roadway & Drainage Improvements Project:
This project is to reconstruct the roadway and add drainage improvements from the east end of the bascule bridge to the eastern tidal relief bridge. The project is currently in the final design phase. The City of Treasure Island received a $1.2M state appropriation for the project's construction. Construction is expected to begin in October 2019. During roadway construction, the City of St. Petersburg will also be constructing an extension to the Pinellas Trail on the north side of the East Causeway to minimize construction impacts and duration.
July 15th Update: Starting Monday, July 16th, there will be temporary lane closures on the East Causeway for survey work. The work should be completed by the end of the week.
107th Avenue Roadway Improvement/Clock Tower Area: June 11th-August 2018
Improvements to 107th Avenue will be made to replace the brick pavers and concrete crosswalk near the clock tower. This work will necessitate closure of the roadway around the clock tower.
Starting the week of June 11, west bound lanes on 107th Avenue will be closed to traffic for approximately three weeks due to roadway improvements. After the west bound lanes are complete, both directions of 107th Ave will be open for the week of July 2 through July 8. Once the west bound reconstruction is complete, the east bound lanes will be closed through the end of July for construction.
During this time, access to properties and businesses will remain open. There will be detours around 107th Ave for thru traffic.
July 27th Update: Reconstruction of the lanes has been completed. There is minor work still to be done. During this time, there will be short-term single lane closures to complete the project, including the installation of pedestrian crosswalk beacons. The project should be completed within 2 weeks.
121st Avenue End Street Improvements:
Construction on the 121st Ave. end street beautification and drainage improvements will begin the week of July 30th, 2018. The project will take approximately 4 to 6 weeks, depending on the weather.
Work will consist of removing the existing ground cover, installing stormwater improvements and concrete curbing, repairs to the fishing dock, and native planing with shell groundcover.
Parking during construction will not be available at 121st Ave. Parking is available at the 120th Ave. end street.