What is going on and what does it mean for you? Below is some information about issues that both long standing and new residents have asked about. See also the Announcements & News and the FAQ sections of our website.
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State Road 7 News!
The project commencement date for Phase I is today, January 2, 2013 and is scheduled to be completed by December 27, 2013. Extension/Persimmon Blvd. to 60th Street No. and 60th Street North to East of Royal Palm Beach Blvd.
Ribbon-cutting Ceremony to be Held for Opening of State Road 7 Extension Projects On Jan. 7, 2015, Palm Beach County will officially open the much anticipated two-legged State Road 7 extension from Persimmon Boulevard north to 60th Street and then continuing west on 60th Street to Royal Palm Beach Boulevard. The new one-mile segment from Persimmon Boulevard to 60th Street consists of two lanes and will allow drivers to connect to Royal Palm Beach Boulevard with a 45 mph speed limit that will relieve some of the current traffic on Persimmon Boulevard. The three-quarter-mile 60th Street connection to Royal Palm Beach Boulevard consists of a total of three lanes (one in each direction and a center turn lane) and will have a 40 mph speed limit. Both roadway segments were designed by KF Group Consultants and constructed under a contract with J.W. Cheatham, LLC. The total project cost was $9 million, and construction began in January 2012. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is being tentatively scheduled for Jan. 7 at 10 a.m. at the southern end of the new SR7 connection leading up to 60th Street. Construction of 60th Street North from 120th Avenue North to Royal Palm Beach Boulevard, and replacement of the existing Royal Palm Beach Boulevard bridge over the M-Canal is scheduled to begin in Spring 2015.
As of February 1, 2012, South Florida Water Management Distirct reports water levels adequate despite records dry January. SWFMD encourages residents to continue to conserve water...
Over the years there have been many questions regarding the quality of the water the Acreage residents are getting from there wells. In addition, residents often ask about getting hooked up to the Palm Beach County Water Utility System. Via the linke below we have posted various website links and documents to help answer those questions. To see our Water Utility Policy check out the Operations & Maintenance Department section linked in the Department menu above.