33 projects were approved in Miami for more than $58 million in bond spending

The city commission of Miami approved the first round of spending from the general obligation bond totaling $58,653,339 for 33 projects from a total approved amount of $400 million.

This first round of spending is to include the following projects:

  • Very poor condition roads, Phase I - outside priority drainage basins;
  • Antonio Maceo boat ramp and dock renovations;
  • Armbrister Park Community Center design;
  • Bay of Pigs Park;
  • Bryan Park playground renovations and park enhancements;
  • City-wide parks access and mobility renovations;
  • City-wide parks playground renovations;
  • Alice Wainwright Park seawall and resiliency;
  • City-wide parks roofing reconstruction;
  • Coral Way Park expansion and enhancements;
  • Curtis Park Community Center design;
  • Douglas Park Community Center;
  • Legion Park boat ramp;
  • Legion Park building;
  • Moore Park gym design and construction;
  • Shenandoah Park pool design and permitting;
  • New parks at 2200 SW Ninth Avenue and 910 SW 22nd Road;
  • New park at 3699/3701 SW First Ave;
  • Fern Isle Park enhancements;
  • Riverside Park renovations and enhancements;
  • Spring Garden Point Park;
  • West End Park master plan, pool design and enhancements;
  • Fire facilities resiliency project design;
  • Brickell Bay Drive design criteria package;
  • Fairview flood mitigation;
  • Immediate flood control, install back flow valves (Phase I);
  • Improve drainage outside of priority drainage basins;
  • NW 17th ST from NW 27th to 32nd Avenues, road and drainage construction;
  • Affordable housing and economic development;
  • Construction and permanent financing: MLK Residences;
  • Construction and permanent financing: Liberty Renaissances;
  • Homeownership preservation/single-family home rehabilitation.


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