​Eaglewood Storm Drainage Improvement Project

Project is in the construction phase.

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​Construction is scheduled to start in April and is estimated to take a year and a half. View the March mailer for more information.


This project involves analysis of existing conditions to determine portions of the storm drainage system suitable for improvement, planning analysis of improvement alternatives and the design and construction of the needed improvements.

The Eaglewood Storm Drainage Improvement Project is bordered by Wallace Road to the north and east, Woodberry road to the south and Pinafore Drive to the west. The project is within a drainage area of approximately 65 acres and the improvements may include system replacement primarily within the Eaglewood Avenue right-of-way.​

Estimated Cost: $3,500,000*

*includes all costs associated with this project such as planning and design, utility relocation, consultant fees, permits, construction, and landscaping.

The project team will manage the project through several phases. Specific work is conducted during each phase and public involvement is emphasized throughout the process. Learn more about project phases.


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PlanningCOMPLETEDApril 2019
DesignCOMPLETEDFebruary 2021
PermittingCOMPLETEDFebruary 2021
Property Easement/AcquisitionCOMPLETEDJune 2020
BidCOMPLETEDApril 2021
ConstructionIN PROGRESSAnticipated September 2022

Project Team

Michael Weller

Construction Inspector

Santiago Rodriguez

Construction Supervisor

Jaime Collins

Construction Manager

Brian Wilson, PE

Project Manager


Eaglewood March 2021 Mailer.pdfEaglewood March 2021 Mailer