Project 27: Areawide Stormwater Improvement

Project Statement

The Area-wide Stormwater Improvement program will provide funding for the repair and upgrade of storm water drainage system capacity deficiencies. The project will include improvements to culverts, channels, detention systems, and other related facilities, and construction of best management practice (BMP) water quality features such as porous pavement applications, storm receptors, and rain gardens in such locations as identified in watershed management plans. This will continue an ongoing SPLOST 2005 project.

Project Updates

Initial SPLOST 2011 Program Project 27 was completed prior to M&C authorizing an additional $2 million being moved into the project from the unused Jail Project Funds.   M&C approved a new Project Concept with a listing of 55 Live Stream Replacement Projects. A small portion of those will be completed with the $2,000,000 that M&C moved into the project on August 4, 2020.

Sub-Projects

Project NameYear CompletedLocation/Closest Address
Midway/Pinecone Place Stormwater Improvement ProjectIn ProgressIntersection of Midway Rd at Pine Cone Place
East Creek Bend Stormwater Improvement Project2018#149 East Creek Bend
Greencrest Stormwater Improvement Project2018#475 Greencrest Drive
Cedar Shoals Bicycle and Stormwater Improvement ProjectIn ProgressCedar Shoals Drive (from #1515 to #1735)
Rockglen/Highland Ave. and Cedar Creek/Lost Tree TrailIn Progress

SPLOST 2011 Project Monthly Update

Key Project Statistics

  • Designer: Varies by Sub-Project
  • Contractor: Varies by Sub-Project
  • Program Manager: Jacobs Engineering
  • Sponsor: Transportation and Public Works
  • SPLOST 2011 Budget: $2,000,000
  • Total Cost: TBD
  • Completion Date: Ongoing

*as of 2/17/2022