Stormwater Management - South Florida Water Management District

Stormwater Management - South Florida Water Management District

South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No. Entity Lee County SW-2047 Conser...

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

Lee County SW-2047 Conservation 2020 Program Indian Trail SW-2030 Improvement District City of Port St. Lucie Utility SW-2004 Systems Department Lehigh Acres Municipal Services SW-2019 Improvement District Lee County SW-2026 Division of Natural Resources SW-2016

1

SW-2008

SW-2046

SW-2076

SW-2048

SW-2023

SW-2040

SW-2022

SW-2088

Project

County

Type

Approved Funding

Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve North Hydrological Restoration

Lee

Natural System Restoration

Caloosahatchee River

$300,000

$150,000

Moss Property Rehydration

Palm Beach

Natural System Restoration

Loxahatchee River

$360,000

$150,000

City of Port St. Lucie Water Farm Phase 1

St. Lucie

Storage

C-23 and St Lucie River Estuary

$705,000

$200,000

Moving Water South, Phase II

Lee

Natural System Restoration

Tidal Caloosahatchee

$750,000

$200,000

Fichter's Creek Restoration Project

Lee

Natural System Restoration

Caloosahatchee River

$2,094,190

$150,000

North Fork of St Lucie River

$250,000

$125,000

Lake Istokpoga via Arbuckle Creek

$2,587,276

$200,000

Sanibel River

$400,000

$150,000

C-100 and Biscayne Bay

$500,000

$150,000

Caloosahatchee River

$150,000

$75,000

Loxahatchee River

$460,000

$150,000

Imperial River

$650,000

$100,000

Warner Creek and St Lucie River

$1,500,000

$175,000

$431,715

$175,000

Water Quality/Quantity Improvement Spring Lake Spring Lake Improvement District Water Improvement Stormwater Treatment Area - Phase Highlands Quality/Quantity District 4 Improvement Water Jordan Marsh Water Quality City of Sanibel Lee Quality/Quantity Treatment Park Improvement SW 70th Ave. and 100th St. Water Village of Pinecrest Stormwater Improvement Project for Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Sub-Basin C100DN-1E Improvement Lee County Charlotte Harbor Buffer Preserve Natural System Lee Conservation 2020 Hydrological Restoration Restoration Program Martin County Natural System Cypress Creek Weir Project Martin Board of County Restoration Commissioners Water City of Bonita Felts Avenue Bio-Reactor Lee Quality/Quantity Springs Improvement Martin County Water Warner Creek Improvement Project Martin Board of County Quality/Quantity Commissioners Improvement Water Town of First Avenue and Forest Street Orange Quality/Quantity Windermere Drainage Improvements Improvement City of Port St. Lucie

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost

Veterans Memorial Stormwater Quality Retrofit Phase 1 & 2

St. Lucie

Lake Butler

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

Project

SW-2059

Town of Miami Lakes

Miami Lakes Lake Sarah Drainage Improvements Project

SW-2089

Town of Sewall's Point

Mandalay to Marguerita / South Sewall's Point Road Improvements

County

Water Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Martin Quality/Quantity Improvement

Central County SW-20951 Water Control District

Pump Station #11 Project

Hendry

SW-2085 North Bay Village

North Bay Village Outfall Improvement Project

Miami-Dade

SW-20981 City of Clewiston

Ventura Avenue Drainage and Water Quality Project

SW-2002

Village of Palmetto Drainage Infrastructure Bay Improvements Sub-Basin 59/60

SW-2093 City of Sweetwater

SW-2013

Town of Southwest Dykes Road Drainage and Water Ranches Quality Project

SW-2070 Riviera Beach SW-2049

Stormwater Improvements: Phase 2B

Monroe County BOCC

Singer Island South

Type

Flood Protection

Infrastructure Improvement Water Hendry Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Broward Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement

Key Largo II Roadway and Drainage Monroe Improvement Project

Flood Protection

Water Quality/Quantity Improvement Venetian Shores Stormwater Water Village of SW-2027 Management Project: Bayview Isle Monroe Quality/Quantity Islamorada Dr. and Villa Bella Dr. Improvement Water City of West Palm Gregory Road Green Streets SW-2092 Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Beach Initiative Improvement Water Centennial Park Stormwater Okeechobee Quality/Quantity SW-20871 City of Okeechobee Drainage Construction Improvement Martin County Water SW-2021 Board of County Hilltop Water Quality Retrofit Project Martin Quality/Quantity Commissioners Improvement SW-2034

City of Oakland Park

East South Zone

Broward

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost Lake Sarah, Lake Adela, Lake Hilda

Approved Funding

$1,161,868

$125,000

St Lucie River Estuary, IRL-S

$500,000

$100,000

Alico Canal, L-2 Canal

$281,000

$200,000

Biscayne Bay

$450,000

$150,000

Lake Okeechobee

$333,000

$175,000

C-100 and Biscayne Bay

$779,000

$125,000

$3,848,791

$125,000

$378,868

$100,000

$1,183,583

$150,000

Florida Keys

$800,000

$150,000

C-13

$649,777

$100,000

Florida Keys

$746,425

$150,000

Lake Worth Lagoon

$55,000

$27,500

Lake Okeechobee

$250,000

$175,000

Warner Creek and St Lucie River

$250,000

$100,000

C-4 and Biscayne Bay C-11 Lake Worth Lagoon

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

SW-2061

Entity

Project

City of Key Colony 12th Street Stormwater Beach, FL

SW-2050 Jupiter Inlet Colony

County

Monroe

Type Water Quality/Quantity Improvement

Water Neighborhood Rehabilitation Project Palm Beach Quality/Quantity (Septic Tank Conversion) Improvement

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost Florida Keys Intracoastal Waterway and Jupiter Inlet (South Sector, Indian River Lagoon)

SUBTOTAL - Projects Within Available Funding Level SW-2006

City of Boynton Beach

SW-2041

City of Bonita Springs

SW-2086

Town of Windermere

SW-2020 City of Sanibel

Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement Natural System Pine Lake Preserve Re-Hydration Lee Restoration Water Town-Wide Drainage Improvements Orange Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Sanibel Floating Treatment Wetland Lee Quality/Quantity (FTW) Demonstration Project Improvement Pine Island Flatwoods Restoration

SW-2072 Riviera Beach

Avenue O Neighborhood Infrastructure Improvements

Lee County SW-2037 Division of Natural Resources

Lakes Park Littoral Zone

SW-2073 Riviera Beach

W 6th Street to W 7th Street

Central County SW-20961 Water Control District

North Datil Paving and Swale Improvement Project

SW-2044 Naples

Naples Bay Restoration and Water Quality Improvements at the Cove

SW-2065 City of Fort Myers

Caloosahatchee Shoreline Stabilization Phase 1

$500,000

$100,000

$4,674,244

$75,000

$27,979,737 $4,277,500

Ocean Inlet Drive Drainage Improvements Project

Conservation SW-2064 Foundation of the Gulf Coast

Lake Worth Lagoon Imperial River Lake Butler

Sanibel River

$300,000 $1,200,000 $409,604

$25,000

Natural System Restoration

Lower Charlotte Harbor

$435,500

Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Lee Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Hendry Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Collier Quality/Quantity Improvement Infrastructure Lee Improvement

C-17 Canal and Lake Worth Lagoon

$1,780,018

Lee

Approved Funding

Hendry Creek

$900,000

C-17 Canal and Lake Worth Lagoon

$246,530

L-2 Canal, Western Evergla

$679,950

Naples Bay

$898,400

Caloosahatchee River

$525,000

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

SW-2069 Riviera Beach

SW-2012

City of Coral Springs

Project Federal Gardens W 11 St to W 14 St Stormwater Improvement at Corporate Park

Venetian Shores Stormwater Management Project: Palermo Dr. and Porto Salvo Dr. Griffin Road Area Stormwater SW-2015 Collier County Project West Miami Stormwater Drainage SW-2063 City of West Miami Improvements, Phase IV SW-2028

Village of Islamorada

County

Type

Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Broward Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Monroe Quality/Quantity Improvement Natural System Collier Restoration Miami-Dade Flood Protection

Water Avenue H East and West - North of Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Blue Heron Improvement Stormwater Improvements North 2 Water SW-2077 City of Cape Coral Utility Extension Program - East of Lee Quality/Quantity Burnt Store Rd., Catch Basins Improvement Water Lely Branch Canal Water Control SW-2014 Collier County Collier Quality/Quantity Structure Improvement Stormwater Improvements North 2 Water SW-2080 City of Cape Coral Utility Extension Program - West of Lee Quality/Quantity Burnt Store Rd., Catch Basins Improvement Water Town of Cutler Bay SW 100 Avenue SW-2081 Town of Cutler Bay Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Drainage Improvements Improvement City of Boynton N.E. 20th Avenue Drainage Infrastructure SW-2005 Palm Beach Beach Improvements Project Improvement Indian Trail Infrastructure SW-2031 Improvement M-1 Canal Enhancements Palm Beach Improvement District SW-2074 Riviera Beach

SW-2051 Jupiter Inlet Colony

Neighborhood Rehabilitation Project Palm Beach Flood Protection (Stormwater Improvements)

Water Miami-Dade Quality/Quantity Improvement Infrastructure SW-2032 City of Homestead Losner Park Miami-Dade Improvement Water Monroe County Key Largo I Roadway and Drainage SW-2039 Monroe Quality/Quantity BOCC Improvement Project Improvement SW-2083

City of Coral Gables

Water Quality Improvements - City of Coral Gables Outfalls

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost C-17 Canal and Lake Worth Lagoon

$525,450

C-14

$340,000

Florida Keys

$606,968

Rookery Bay

$1,200,000

C-4 and Biscayne Bay

$231,676

Lake Worth Lagoon

$1,546,500

Lower Charlotte Harbor

$1,816,600

Lely Main Canal and Rookery Bay

$497,400

Lower Charlotte Harbor

$473,000

C-100 and Biscayne Bay

$945,192

Groundwater

$630,000

Loxahatchee River

$1,576,260

Intracoastal Waterway and Jupiter Inlet

$2,422,093

C-3, Biscayne Bay

$100,000

Biscayne Bay

$3,516,477

Florida Keys

Approved Funding

$850,000

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

SW-2079 Town of Lantana

SW-2036

Monroe County BOCC

Project Lantana Cove Stormwater Improvements Stock Island I Roadway and Drainage Improvement Project

Lake Worth 17th Avenue South Outfall Backflow Prevention Village of Virginia Stormwater Improvement NW 38th Gardens St. and 58th Ct. 191st Street Roadway and Drainage Aventura Improvements City of Oakland Main Street Stormwater Park Improvements John P. Lyons Lane/S.W. 31st Town of Pembroke Avenue Stormwater Improvements Park (Phase II) Burlington Canal Stormwater City of Opalocka Management Project City of West Palm Datura Green Streets Initiative Beach City of Boynton North & South Roads Stormwater & Beach Water Main Improvements Doral- Stormwater Improve. SubCity of Doral Basin D3 Tamarac Culvert Headwall Project City of Tamarac Phase 5

County

Type

Water Palm Beach Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Monroe Quality/Quantity Improvement

SW-2071 City of Lake Worth

Palm Beach Flood Protection

SW-2084

Miami-Dade

SW-2018 SW-2035 SW-2075 SW-2090 SW-2091 SW-2009 SW-2097 SW-2042

Infrastructure Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement Infrastructure Broward Improvement Broward

Flood Protection

Infrastructure Improvement Infrastructure Palm Beach Improvement Infrastructure Palm Beach Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement Infrastructure Broward Improvement Miami-Dade

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost Lake Worth Lagoon Florida Keys

$270,000

$1,123,675

Lake Worth Lagoon

$200,000

Biscayne Bay

$213,286

Dumfoundling Bay

$580,000

C-13

$330,000

C-10

$500,000

NA Lake Worth Lagoon C-16 and Lake Worth Lagoon C-4, C-6, and Biscayne Bay C-14

Approved Funding

$1,600,000 $200,000 $1,050,000 $500,000 $800,000

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

SW-2058 Town of Medley

Project NW 96th Street Drainage Improvements

County

Miami-Dade Flood Protection

SW-2007

City of Palm Beach Stormwater Infrastructure Gardens Improvement Project

Palm Beach

SW-2052

Town of Fort Myers North Estero Phase II Stormwater Beach Improvements

Lee

SW-2060 City of Miami North Palm Beach SW-2082 Heights Water Control District City of Bonita SW-2038 Springs

Citywide Storm Sewer Repair

SW-2043 City of West Park SW-2025 City of Hollywood City of Miami Gardens Village of SW-2053 Wellington SW-2017

Infrastructure Improvement

Infrastructure Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement

North Palm Beach Heights Water Control District NC-2 & NC-3

Palm Beach Flood Protection

Sun Village Estates Sewer Expansion

Lee

SW-2078 City of South Miami Palmer Park SW-2001 Tiger Ranch

Type

Tiger Ranch SW 40th Avenue/Barack Obama Drainage Improvements SW - South 56th Avenue Flood Relief (Washington St to Plunkett) NW 11 Avenue Drainage Project Pump Station #5 Improvements

Infrastructure Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement Water Polk Quality/Quantity Improvement Infrastructure Broward Improvement Infrastructure Broward Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement Palm Beach Flood Protection

Stormwater Drainage Infrastructure SW-20331 City of Belle Glade Reconstruction for a Section of SW Palm Beach Improvement Ave B Water City of Naples Septic Tank SW-2055 City of Naples Collier Quality/Quantity Replacement Project Improvement Conversion of Septic Tanks to Infrastructure SW-2029 City of Hollywood Broward Sewer System on Lincoln Street Improvement South Broward SBDD S-8 Pump Station Sluice Infrastructure SW-2011 Broward Drainage District Gate and By-Pass Culvert Improvement Miami-Dade Co Dept. of C-100 Canal Outfalls Retrofit Infrastructure SW-2010 Miami-Dade Transportation and Drainage Improvement Project Improvement Public Works

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost C-6 and Biscayne Bay C-17, C-18, and Lake Worth Lagoon Estero Bay

$450,000 $1,250,000 $3,627,300

Biscayne Bay

$250,000

Loxahatchee River

$250,000

Imperial River

$2,000,000

Biscayne Bay

$166,000

Kissimmee River

$350,000

C-9

$500,000

Groundwater

$400,000

Groundwater

$90,000

C-51 and Lake Worth Lagoon

$450,000

Lake Okeechobee

$333,335

Gordon River/Naples Bay

Approved Funding

$2,724,000

Intracoastal Waterway

$468,000

C-11

$100,000

C-100 and Biscayne Bay

$491,870

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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South Florida Water Management District Cooperative Funding Program Exhibit "B" Stormwater Management FINAL CFP No.

Entity

SW-2003

Blue Goose Growers

SW-2057 Town of Medley 2

SW-2054

2

SW-2066

Osceola County Board of County Commissioners Osceola County Board of County Commissioners

Project BGG-FL/GA Culvert Structure Seawall Repair and Expansion Northern Everglades Restoration Initiative Lake Toho West Pond Phase 1 Northern Everglades Restoration Initiative Lake Toho West Pond Phase 2

Orange County Lake Jennie Jewel Sediment SW-2045 Environmental Inactivation Project (not within Protection Division District boundary)

County

Type

Infrastructure Improvement Infrastructure Miami-Dade Improvement Water Osceola Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Osceola Quality/Quantity Improvement Hendry

Orange

Water Quality/Quantity Improvement

Lake Eva Alum Stormwater SW-2094 City of Haines City Treatment system (not within Polk District boundary) Biorentention Cell in Belle Isle for University of SW-2024 Central Florida Stormwater Management (not within Orange Board of Trustees District boundary)

Water Quality/Quantity Improvement Water Quality/Quantity Improvement

SUBTOTAL - Projects Below Available Funding Level TOTAL - ALL PROJECTS

Eligible Receiving Waters Construction Cost Caloosahatchee River C-6 and Biscayne Bay

Approved Funding

$68,000 $500,000

Lake Tohopekaliga

$6,500,000

Lake Tohopekaliga

$6,500,000

Lake Gatlin to Boggy Creek and Upper Kissimmee Chain of Lakes

$133,425

Peace Creek

$400,000

Lake Conway

$360,000

$60,406,509 $88,386,246

$0 $4,277,500

1

REDI Community Proposed funding under AWS CFP Applications - AWS-2020 and AWS-2021

2

Exhibit "B"

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