PROJECT SUMMARY

The City of Coconut Creek is committed to maintaining a high quality of life for its residents. The Comprehensive Street Improvements project is in line with the City's mission statement of fostering continuous quality improvement, quality of life, and personal security.

On Monday, July 17, 2017 work started on a $5,500,000 roadway improvement project addressing over 15 miles of City streets located between Sample Road and Sawgrass Expressway. The project scope includes the paving of City streets, the construction of new sidewalks as well as upgrading existing sidewalks, and the introduction of new landscaping, patterned pavement, and other beautification features. The project started with work on the section of Winston Park Boulevard located between Lyons and NW 39th Avenue - in the vicinity of Winston Park Elementary School.

Included in the construction work at this section are three (3) raised medians, replacing the existing five (5') wide sidewalks on the south side of Winston Park Boulevard with the new wider eight (8') foot sidewalks, and roadway reconstruction to provide a stronger foundation for the Winston Park Boulevard pavement. Road construction signs and traffic control barricades will be visible all along work areas as well as any necessary construction "cones".

CURRENT WORK IN PROGRESS

Phase I of the roadway improvement project is nearing completion.  Phase II of the project is in the process of design finalization and review before beginning work which is estimated to start in 2020.


Roadway with lake in distance

Contact the Utilities & Engineering Department at 954-973-6786 should you have any questions.

Paved walkway with lake fountain in distance

New sidewalk completed around the interior loop of Winston Park Boulevard North.

Roads Personnel
Randall Blanchette, PE Engineering Manager
Dany Kabrit Senior Project Manager