Projects for the 3rd Generation One Cent Infrastructure Sales Tax

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The purpose of this document is to provide information on projects proposed by the City of Lake Mary for its share of the 3rd Generation One Cent Infrastructure Sales Tax. This tax was approved by Seminole County voters in a special May 20, 2014 referendum special election, and went into effect January 1, 2015. For more information regarding the tax and referendum, please visit www.seminolecountyfl.gov/onecent.          

The descriptions below represent the preliminary scope of proposed City of Lake Mary projects, which may be refined, altered, or amended in the future based on a variety of factors including costs, public input, industry design standards, and City Commission direction. These projects have not yet been prioritized, and a potential schedule of construction has not yet been established. Projects proposed by the City of Lake Mary include the following:                                         

1      Rinehart Road Intersection Improvements                             

This project proposes to construct intersection improvements along Rinehart Road from Lake Mary Boulevard to H. E. Thomas Jr. Parkway (County Road 46A).  This will be a jointly funded project with Seminole County with each jurisdiction estimating a budget of $2,650,000.

2      Stair Step Park Development and Stormwater Ponds 

The City of Lake Mary’s Stair Step Parks are a series of five small parks located in Lake Mary’s Downtown Development District.  This project proposes to develop the parks to create interactive pedestrian destinations while also providing facilities to handle stormwater runoff and attenuation for the Downtown Development District.  The estimated cost of this project is $1,500,000.

3      Primera Boulevard Asphalt Milling & Resurfacing        

This project consists of removing the upper layers of asphalt (milling), followed by resurfacing in which a new layer of asphalt is placed onto the roadway.  The limits of construction are anticipated to be Primera Boulevard from Lake Mary Boulevard to Rinehart Road.  The estimated cost of this project is $860,000.

4      Wilbur Avenue Full Depth Reclamation                        

This project consists of the full depth reclamation of Wilbur Avenue from 1st Street to 4th Street.  The process of full depth reclamation includes milling the existing surface down into the road base, injecting emulsion into the milled material, grading and compacting the reclaimed base material and placing 1.5 inches of new asphalt over the roadway. The estimated cost of this project is $320,000.

5      Crystal Lake Avenue Milling & Resurfacing                 

This project consists of the milling and resurfacing of Crystal Lake Avenue from 2nd Street to 4th Street.  The estimated cost of this project is $160,000.

6      Weldon Boulevard Full Depth Reclamation                  

This project consists of the full depth reclamation of Weldon Boulevard from US 17-92 to Seminole State College.  The estimated cost of this project is $680,000.

7      Timacuan Boulevard Full Depth Reclamation              

This project consists of the full depth reclamation of Timacuan Boulevard from Flora Creek Court to Masalo Place and from Rinehart Road to Grayling Street.  The estimated cost of this project is $1,490,000.

8      Sun Drive Milling & Resurfacing                                  

This project consists of the milling and resurfacing of Sun Drive from Rinehart Road to Lake Mary Boulevard.  The estimated cost of this project is $120,000.

9      Main Road Full Depth Reclamation

This project consists of the full depth reclamation of Main Road from S. Country Club Road to Webster Street. The estimated cost of this project is $270,000.

10    Technology Park Milling & Resurfacing                       

This project consists of the milling and resurfacing of Technology Park off of Lake Emma Road.  The estimated cost of this project is $230,000.

11    Contingency Projects                                                   

Other improvements may also be proposed if revenues and actual costs on projects identified above allow. These projects have not been formally identified at this time.

For questions or additional information on the 3rd Generation One Cent Infrastructure Sales Tax projects proposed by the City of Lake Mary please contact our Public Works Department at 407-585-1452.