Hurricane Ian Repair Projects
The City of Oviedo continues to work with FEMA in reference to several projects in need of repair due to Hurricane Ian. The Hurricane made landfall on the west coast of Florida near Fort Myers on September 28 and moved over Central Florida, causing historic flooding across the region. Although the City of Oviedo suffered little power outages and no lift station issues, Hurricane Ian's approximately 23 inches of rain caused damage to facilities, roads and stormwater ponds.
In an effort to keep residents informed, below is a list of projects currently under mitigation along with any updates as they become available. The Public Works and Recreation and Parks Departments continue their ongoing process of repairing and/or replacing the damaged areas/facilities.
The minor damage in areas of buildings and parks has already been repaired.
Please be sure to check back often for updates.
For any questions, please contact Communications Manager Lisa McDonald at 407-971-5509 or email email@example.com
|Project Location||Issue||Current information|
|Alafaya Woods Sidewalks||Trees were uprooted causing sidewalk and curb damage||The work is being scheduled to repair the damage.|
|Aquatics Center||Pump Shelter cover, support beams damaged, gutter, downspout, conduit pipe damaged and lighting||Staff is in the process of obtaining proposals|
|Center Lake Park Playground||Damaged canopy, damaged wooden fence enclosing splash pad pump/equipment, damaged fence from a fallen tree, isolated erosion in the park.||Staff is waiting for the proposal to replace the sails of the canopy. The fence enclosing the splash pad and equipment has been replace and was COMPLETED. The vendor is waiting for materials to replace the fence damaged by the fallen tree. |
|Hart Branch Drive||The roadway was overtopped causing approximately 60 feet of road to fail||The repair work has been advertised to bid. Once a contractor is selected the roadway will be repaired.|
|Little Creek Outfall/Pond - Running Springs Loop||The outfall system for the pond was overwhelmed and failed, resulting in the pond bank, outfall structure and downstream pipes to washout.||The City's consultant is currently evaluating the failure and developing solutions for the outfall system.|
|McKinnon Avenue/Ditch||The existing roadway was overtopped which caused a failure on the south side of the road and culvert.||The City's consultant is currently evaluating the failure and developing solutions for the outfall system.|
|Oviedo Sports Complex||Field #3 flooded outfield, washouts of some fields and common areas. Minor fence damage.||The complex is open and running for games.|
|Riverside Park Building||Extensive flooding in building and amenities. Damaged floors, carpet, multipurpose room, electronic divider panels, furniture, cabinets, electronic office equipment, copier, walls, pool pumps and heaters, racquetball courts, possible electrical wiring in roof, soffit damage on exterior of building and breezeway, ceiling water leaks and damaged tiles.||HIGH PRIORITY PROJECT - The building is still undergoing assessment for repairs.|
All contents in the building have been removed for future use. Damaged or destroyed equipment has been disposed of. The timeline for remediation will result from the completion of all assessment.
|Riverside Park Pool||Pool filled with river water with possible tile/liner staining, erosion on walkways. Pool equipment damage.||The assessment is still underway. No timeline for completion until the assessment is done.|
|Round Lake Park||Basketball Court shade structure damaged with one sail completely torn away.||Staff waiting for sail to be delivered. Appx 6-8 weeks.|
|Shinnecock Hills Drive||There is an existing rear yard drainage system that was clogged. In addition, there is one yard without positive flow path to the existing pipe.||The city has cleaned out the pipe system and is going to retrofit the drainage system to add an additional inlet.|
|Sugarberry Pond||The outfall structure for the pond was overwhelmed and failed resulting in the pond bank and outfall structure to washout||The City's Consultant is evaluating the failure and developing solutions for the outfall system.|
|Sweetwater Creek - E Franklin St||Because of the hurricane, there was vegetative debris and fallen trees within the creek.||Fallen trees and vegetation blocking the creek has been removed. This project was COMPLETED.|
|Sweetwater Park - East Magnolia Street||Trees fallen in park and boardwalk||Trees removed and the boardwalk is repaired. This project was COMPLETED.|
|Turtle Creek Drive||The existing outfall structure for a wetland routinely is blocked with debris and vegetative debris.||The city has cleaned the pipe and is going to retrofit the existing outfall structure to improve performance.|
|Whispering Woods - S Lake Jessup Ave||Within Whispering Woods there was a storm sewer pipe leak and failure due to the amount of water in the line. In addition, the stormwater pond overtopped, blowing out a portion of the berm and wall.||The pipe has been lined and repaired and the work was COMPLETED. The berm failure has been temporarily filled. The City's consultant is currently evaluating the failure and developing solutions.|