Upcoming & Current Improvement Projects Throughout the City: Updated 4/7/17

Semi-Annual Free Chlorination
The Broward County Water and Wastewater Operations Division will begin a free chlorination disinfection at the District 2 distribution system, which includes Lighthouse Point, on April 10, 2017. There may be some hydrant flushing during this process.

If you have any questions please contact the Public Works Department at 954-946-7386

City Paving Project 2016
The contractor has completed the north and central areas of the City. The final phase is in the planning process.

If you have any questions please view the complete notices and project work areas below or contact the Public Works Department at 954-946-7386

Broward County Ongoing Sewer System Rehabilitation
As part of Broward County’s ongoing sewer system rehabilitation project in our City, their subcontractor will be installing cleanouts for all residents within their service area. The project is being executed in phases with the next phase planned between US1 and NE 21st Avenue south of Sample Road. The paint marks presently placed on the ground serve to guide the contractor and the Sunshine One Call responders to locate the cleanouts and mark the other underground utilities accordingly.

The cleanouts will be placed at or near the city right-of-way line or easement on top of the sewer lateral pipe enabling internal pipe lining and improved diagnosis and repair of sewer problems. Once the cleanout is installed, a black cover with the word “Sewer” on it will be placed over the pipe and cemented in place.

If you have any questions please contact the Public Works Department at 954-946-7386.

FPL Hardening Project
Update: FPL and their sub-contractor, Pike Energy, continue to work towards hardening of the electrical system in the City. The next project , scheduled to begin on 07/2017, involves power poles and lines along NE 23rd Avenue and NE 21st Avenue between Sample Road and NE 28th Street. The work does create periodic lane closures for worker and resident safety and full time traffic maintenance technicians will be on site