The City has several ongoing Capital Improvement Projects to mitigate flooding. Capital Improvement Projects range from neighborhood drainage upgrades to long-term flooding solutions including pump station installations, seawalls and living shorelines, among other mitigation strategies.
- FEMA 13 Lift Station Rehabilitation
- Lake Maria Sanchez Stormwater Project
- South Whitney/West King Flood Mitigation Project
- Avenida Menendez Seawall
- City-wide Tide Check Valves
- Stormwater CIPP Lining for Valves
These projects are funded in a variety of ways, including grant funding on both the federal and local levels, and through the City's stormwater reserves and utility fund.
- Click here to see a breakdown of the city's 2022 adopted budget.
- Click here to view the city's capital improvement plan 2020-2024 budget breakdown.
Every quarter a presentation is given to the city's commission regarding Public Works and Utilities Updates, which includes a breakdown of Capital Improvement Projects.
- Lake Maria Sanchez Flood Mitigation and Drainage Improvements Fact Sheet (PDF)
- South Whitney and King Street Flood Mitigation and Drainage Improvements Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Groundwater Monitoring Network for Sea Level Rise Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Inlet Drive Shoreline Resiliency Improvements Fact Sheet (PDF)
- South Davis Shores Flood Mitigation and Drainage Improvements Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Flood Mitigation and Drainage Improvements for the Court Theophelia Neighborhood (PDF)
- Back Bay Coastal Storm Risk Management Study (PDF)
- Stormwater Resilience Master Plan (PDF)
- City-Wide Tide Check Valve Improvements (PDF)