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Harbor Estates (North & South Roads) Neighborhood Improvement Project

The Harbor Estates Neighborhood experiences periodic roadway flooding and standing water during heavy rainfall events, which has affected the residential property owners located in the vicinity of North and South Roads. To improve the quality and reliability of the Harbor Estates Neighborhood Utilities, the City of Boynton Beach will provide a new stormwater system that will collect the stormwater and discharge through four (4) shallow outfalls located along the north edge of North Road and one (1) shallow outfall at the southeast corner of the neighborhood. The project also includes replacing aging and undersized water mains and upgrading fire hydrants in the project area. A new roadway and curbing will also be provided. 

The Project is under construction. The water main is complete and in service. The storm water is about 60% completed and road work has started. The entire project is estimated to be completed in November 2017.


Ion Exchange Resin Plant and East Water Treatment Plant Improvements

This Boynton Beach Ion Exchange project will increase the capacity of the East Water Treatment Plant to 24 mgd and provide an ion exchange resin system for polishing of the water quality, specifically for removal of color and organic carbon. Work will include rerating of the lime softeners; valve and actuator replacements; a new ion exchange system; and a new transfer pump station, ground storage tank, and high service pump station.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for this project was held on July 27, 2017.

Learn more about this exciting new project and follow the Project Updates, Calendar & Schedule, Outreach Programs and view Maps & Photos:

Ion Exchange Resin Plant & EWTP Improvements

August/September Montly Update

Central Seacrest Corridor Neighborhood Utility Improvements – Phase II Bid Award

The goal of the project is to replace aging and undersized water mains and improve drainage within the right of way. The project is a continuation of the work was completed during Phase I.

The Utilities Department will conduct Customer Outreach for the project that will include neighborhood informational meetings.  Brochures and door hangers will be placed at each residence in the construction area prior to construction activity.  There will be daily construction updates on Facebook as well as Twitter updates for road closures and construction activity.  A complaint line will be available for residents to call City and Contractor staff directly, with immediate response to concerns and complaints.  City staff will track and document all outcomes and resolutions.


NE 20th Avenue Drainage Improvements Project

The purpose of this project is to mitigate localized flooding within an existing residential neighborhood of 13 acres by decreasing the extent of inundated area water ponding duration during rainfall events. The project will also reduce nutrient loads to the environment and local waterways. In addition to the expected increase of resident’s satisfaction and wellbeing; the community will no longer be exposed to flooding repercussions, i.e.

*unable to access/egress dwellings due to water depth, extent of inundated area and water ponding duration
*damage to vegetation and property
*soil erosion
*hindering school/work attendance
*safety concerns

The Stats of the project consists of enhancement of City operations by installing approximately

*1,650 LF of 24-inche diameter exfiltration trench
*3,000 LF of swales
*25 Inlets and catch basins
*Substantial Completion: 120 days
*Contract amount of $614,369.13
*plus a 10% contingency of $61,436.91, for a total estimated amount of $675,806.04.