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Notice of Construction
Project construction is scheduled to begin in your area beginning on Monday, February 15, 2021. Construction activi-ties will include utility upgrades, sidewalk and street improvements, landscaping and irrigation, and burying of overhead utilities. During construction, a minimum of one lane of traffic will be open in both directions at all times. Pedestrian traffic will be rerouted to the east side of Channelside Drive. As work continues, the City of Tampa reminds residents and commuters to exercise caution when traveling through construction areas.
Phase I is expected to be complete by the end of April 2021. A schedule for the other phases will be determined as the project progresses.
How to Prepare
To prepare for the upcoming work and help en-sure a successful outcome, we ask for your coop-eration as follows:
- Remove existing landscape and/or hardscape items you would like to save from the right-of-way areas abutting your property (typically from edge of roadway to 15’ back) prior to the start of work.
- Avoid installing new landscape and/or hardscape items within the right-of-way areas and from making any driveway modifications until restoration of your area is complete.
Phases of Construction
Phase I—Channelside Dr. from E. Kennedy Blvd. to Washington St.
Phase II— Channelside Dr. from Washington St. to Whiting St.
Phase III—Channelside Dr. from Whiting St. to the roundabout
Phase IV—Channelside Dr. from the
roundabout to the Garrison Parking lot
Phase V— E. Kennedy Blvd. intersection at
Virtual Public Meeting
The City of Tampa hosted a virtual public meeting on Wednesday, September 21, 2020 from 6 – 8 p.m., to update residents and business in the Channel District on the Citywide Mobility Plan. Project team members provided a formal presentation on the new parking changes in the Channel District and answered questions from meeting participants.
Notice of Construction
Construction activities are scheduled to take place in your area beginning on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. These activities include the installation of new parking signs on East Madison Street. During this time, parking spaces may be blocked and sidewalks may not be accessible as crews complete the installation process. Weather permitting, the work should take three days to complete.
As work continues, the City of Tampa reminds residents and commuters to exercise caution when traveling through construction areas.