Waterlines Side Streets

Waterlines Work on Side Streets of Estero Blvd


In addition to replacing waterlines along Estero Boulevard, the reFRESH Fort Myers Beach Waterlines Project will also replace existing water main in beach neighborhoods until all waterlines on Fort Myers Beach are replaced. The side streets work is broken into phases and the status of each phase can be tracked below.

During construction, workers will remove existing roadway and clear right-of-way areas as needed. New water mains will be installed. Once the water main is installed, it will be inspected and tested and finally connected to private properties. Once the new services are operational, existing waterlines will be abandoned or removed and the roadway will be repaired.

Phase In Progress

Phase 3

Contractors for the Town of Fort Myers Beach are installing new water main and storm drainage on the following side streets:

Madera Road • Williams Drive from Estero Boulevard to Randy Lane • Easy Street • Lewis Street • Glenview Manor Drive • Dakota Avenue • Palmetto Street • Lazy Way • Aberdeen Avenue • Lauder Street • Dundee Road • Mound Road • Driftwood Lane

Future Phases

Phase 4

Design and permitting of this phase is underway.

Completed Phases

Phase 2

Waterline and storm drains were replaced on the following streets:

Bay Mar Drive • Bay Road • Nature View Court • Bayview Avenue • Connecticut Street • Hercules Drive • Donora Boulevard • Eucalyptus Court • Jefferson Street

Phase 1

Waterline and storm drains were replaced in the following neighborhoods/streets:

Laguna Shores Neighborhood (new waterlines only) • Basin Based Neighborhoods A & B which included: Carolina Avenue • Ostego Drive • Miramar Street • Ohio Avenue • Bayview Drive • Virginia Avenue • Pearl Street • Delmar Avenue • Fairweather Lane • Mango Street • Chapel Street •  Tropical Shore Way • Gulf Beach Road

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