Project's plan includes drainage improvements and resurfacing
The City of St. Augustine announces the start of the Complete King Street Master Planning effort. This plan will advance the first two phases of the St. Augustine Mobility Study and explore expanding transportation options within the city.
This effort aligns with the Florida Department of Transportation’s plans to implement drainage improvements and resurface King St. in 2023. The study area spans the West Augustine and downtown corridor of King St., from Palmer St. to Avenida Menendez (A1A), including Cathedral Pl.
The meeting scheduled for April 11, will continue the discussion about a vision for the corridor that serves as the gateway to America’s oldest city, with a focus on Segments 1 and 2. To best address the diverse needs along the corridor, this Master Planning effort will be divided into three segments:
- Segment 1: Palmer St. to Malaga St.
- Segment 2: Malaga St. to Cordova St.
- Segment 3: Cordova St. to Avenida Menendez.
The next workshop is scheduled for May 20 with additional conversations that include an overview of the Phase 3 process, its schedule and desired outcomes.
The final Master Plan document will present the existing conditions of the corridor and facilitate a discussion of the opportunities and constraints that will impact the design and development of a Complete Street Master Plan for the King St. corridor.
The community is encouraged to attend any and all of these meetings as this effort is the start of an important community discussion that will determine the future of St. Augustine.
Questions may be directed via email to Mobility@CityStAug.com, or call the Mobility Office at 904-209-4211.