LINHART, MAGNOLIA, HOLLY UTILITY REHABILITATION PROJECT INCLUDING THE PROJECT EXTENSION ONTO SUNSET ROAD, SUNSET PLACE AND NELSON STREET

LINHART, MAGNOLIA, HOLLY UTILITY REHABILITATION PROJECT
INCLUDING THE PROJECT EXTENSION ONTO SUNSET ROAD, SUNSET PLACE AND NELSON STREET

The City of Fort Myers recognizes the need to replace utilities on the Linhart Avenue and the neighborhood side streets from Cortez Boulevard to U.S. 41.  Contractors for the City of Fort Myers are scheduled to replace water mains and sanitary sewer pipe and install some storm drainage pipe and swales on the following roadways:

  • Linhart Avenue (Cortez Boulevard to U.S. 41)
  • Magnolia Street
  • Holly Road
  • McCann Street
  • Maple Avenue
  • Sunset Road (Linhart Avenue to Hanson Street)
  • Sanders Street
  • Nelson Street (Linhart Avenue to Hanson Street)
  • Hanson Street (Nelson Street to U.S. 41)

Linhart Avenue pavement will be widened from approximately 20 feet to 22 feet. McCann Street will be improved with an 18-foot paved road from Linhart Avenue to the existing end of road. The project also includes new sidewalk on side streets and will replace sidewalk disturbed during construction. Finally, new driveway aprons and sod will be installed, and roads will be rebuilt and paved. This project is expected to be completed in early 2022.

Location Map

Beginning in February 2022, the City is scheduled to extend the Linhart, Magnolia, Holly Utility Rehabilitation project into your neighborhood by replacing sanitary sewer and water mains and adding or replacing sidewalks on the following roads:

  • Sunset Road from Hanson Street to Sunset Place
  • Sunset Place from Sunset Road to Cleveland Avenue
  • Nelson Street from Sunset Place to Coronado Road

New sidewalk will be installed on the east side of Sunset Road and on the west side of Nelson Street and the Sunset Place sidewalk will be replaced. Crews will rebuild Sunset Place and Nelson Street. To be consistent with the surrounding neighborhood roads, Sunset Place will be reduced to a 20-foot-wide roadway. Finally, crews will restore the road right-of-way (ROW). Crews are expected to work during daytime hours from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The project is expected to be completed in summer 2022.

Extension of Project Location Map

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