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Last Friday, very subtly, South Dixie Highway reopened to through traffic after nearly five months of work that raised the roadbed and replaced the culvert where the road crosses Oyster Creek. Replacing the culvert was necessary as it was damaged by Hurricane Matthew and, along with a higher roadbed, will go a long way towards alleviating the frequent flooding in the area.
While there is still some finishing touches to be completed, such as stripping and fencing, the road was reopened as soon as possible much to the delight of area businesses and the road’s many regular users. In fact, with unexpected challenges and inclement weather, the road reopened only two weeks behind schedule.
The city appreciates the assistance of the St. Johns Water Management District for contributing one-third of the cost for the nearly $650,000 project and to the community for its patience during the project.
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Last Friday, very subtly, South Dixie Highway reopened to through traffic after nearly five months of work that raised the roadbed and replaced the culvert where the road crosses Oyster Creek. Replacing the culvert was necessary as it was damaged by Hurricane Matthew and, along with a higher roadbed, will go a long way towards alleviating the frequent flooding in the area. 
While there is still some finishing touches to be completed, such as stripping and fencing, the road was reopened as soon as possible much to the delight of area businesses and the road’s many regular users. In fact, with unexpected challenges and inclement weather, the road reopened only two weeks behind schedule. 
The city appreciates the assistance of the St. Johns Water Management District for contributing one-third of the cost for the nearly $650,000 project and to the community for its patience during the project.

 

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Would you fave the rest of the street!

City of St. Augustine The work looks great. But aren’t you guys supposed to pave all the way to Anderson St?

Diversion signs still up, but I found the road is now open and am back to using it. We now need some white lines painting -- especially on the bend north of Oyster Creek.

The whole st needs paving

Ina Bright

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Offices for the City of St. Augustine will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Solid waste collections will remain on their regular schedule. ... See MoreSee Less

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Offices for the City of St. Augustine will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Solid waste collections will remain on their regular schedule.

 

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Beautiful City Hall flag!

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