City Road Plans - Street Closure & Detours
The week of October 17th, 2021, Metro crews will be setting up another phase of our sewer project construction along Gulf Blvd. and 55th Ave.
This should be in place for approximately two weeks. Immediately following this work, PSTA’s contractor will begin working on installing their bus stop south of 55th Avenue on the west side of the road. They will implement daily lane closure of the outside lane. The PSTA element is projected to be completed by Thanksgiving Day.
The southbound lane located at approximately 55th Avenue and Gulf Blvd. is temporarily closed due to a the heavy rains causing a flood in the existing excavation pit from the Frontier fiber optic installation project. This lane closure is expect to clear next week.
The Belle Vista and 41st Avenue Stormwater project is underway. This project is expected to be completed in October or November weather permitting.
The City of St Pete Beach has secured the services of Rowland Inc., to do reclaimed water main upgrades in the area of 4000-4200 Belle Vista Drive.
Expect Disruption in service between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM on 9/21/2021.
If you have any questions please contact us at 727-363-9243. Every effort will be made to keep inconveniences to a minimum. Your cooperation and patience during the construction of this important improvement is appreciated.
Pinellas: Temporary lane reduction set for WB Corey Causeway bridge
Waterway vessel traffic may also be impacted between Oct. 21 – Nov. 11
Westbound traffic on the Corey Causeway Bridge between Pasadena and St. Pete Beach will be reduced to one lane while a Pinellas County contractor removes an out-of-service reclaimed water pipe attached beneath the bridge.
Pipe removal is expected to occur between Oct. 21 and Nov. 11. QRC Contractors will use barges for the project, which may impact vessel traffic on the Intracoastal Waterway. The lane closure, extending from Matthews Road S. to Sun Island Drive S, will be in place 24/7 until the pipe is removed. The Florida Department of Transportation and U.S. Coast Guard have been notified.
This is the final phase of a Pinellas County Utilities project that will provide reclaimed water service to about 4,300 customers south of the bridge in Pasadena, St. Pete Beach and Tierra Verde.
A reclaimed water pipe has been ruptured today at the intersection of Boca Ciega Drive and 78th Avenue during the fiber optic installation project being completed by Frontiers contractor. This area of the street will be closed until the repairs are completed.
The reclaimed water has been turned off for the entire city until the repair is made to the pipe which is expected to be done by end of day today.