Piccadilly Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Farmer Street/Romare Bearden Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is bordered by West Boulevard to the north, Farmer Street the south, Clanton Road to the east and Ross Avenue to the west. The drainage system consists of closed corrugated metal pipe systems underneath City maintained roads. Approximately 3,200 linear feet of 60-inch deteriorated corrugated metal pipe will need to be replaced.

Collective R Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Collective Q Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Rounding Run Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Wheeler 6301 Storm Water Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Collective P Storm Drainage Improvement Project

he purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Collective N Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality.  This project is under review.  Location and project details will be provided after review is complete.

Severn/Tyndal Storm Drainage Improvement Project

The purpose and need for this construction project is to improve the storm drainage infrastructure (i.e. pipe systems and culverts) to reduce flooding and to enhance degraded stream reaches to reduce erosion and improve water quality. The project area is located in the overall Sunnyvale Storm Drainage Improvement Project (SDIP) area. The scope of work for the Tyndale Avenue project includes replacing a corrugated metal pipe between Tyndale Avenue and Chandworth Road. Replacement of the system is needed to address reported house flooding in the immediate area. The upgrade to the system also allows for the construction of the upstream improvements currently in design from the Storm Water’s queue that will address seven requests for service of failing infrastructure and flooding requests. Approximately 500 linear feet of 48-inch to 66-inch corrugated pipe will need to be replaced to address the undersized and deteriorating system in the Severn Avenue project area.