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Richard DeOcampo
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6601 E. Hwy. 22
Callaway, FL  32404

Ph: (850) 871-1033

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The City of Callaway has 4 proposals submitted to the State of Florida Deepwater Horizon Project for RESTORE Act Funds.  All of the proposals seek funding for capital improvements, including stormwater drainage and potable water system improvements.

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection provides more information concerning the Deepwater Horizon Project on their website at  http://www.dep.state.fl.us/deepwaterhorizon/

Project Number

Geographic Region

Project Title

Abbreviated Project Description

Watershed

Florida Counties

Estimated Cost

Submitted By

1539

Panhandle

City of Callaway Kimbrel Ave Drainage Improvements

This project consists of the replacement of 3 existing ERCP culverts with two 3x5 box culverts. The existing culverts have several joint failures that are undermining the roadway and need to be replaced. This project has been designed and permitted and is shovel ready. This project will also provide upstream and downstream slope stabilization. The intent of this project is to provide the proper roadway safety to citizens of the City. This project will also reduce the amount of sedimentation that is entering East Bay.

Choctawhatchee-St. Andrew

Bay

$160,196

City of Callaway

1547

Panhandle

City of Callaway Sandy Creek Water Main Improvements

The proposed project consists of approximately 7,675 LF of 6” PVC watermain, 8,160 LF of 8” PVC watermain, and 3,100 LF of 10” PVC watermain. This project will also include 38 new fire hydrants throughout the community.

Choctawhatchee-St. Andrew

Bay

$1,424,588

City of Callaway

1558

Panhandle

City of Callaway Poston Drive Improvements

This project consists of the paving and stabilization of an existing dirt roadway (Poston Drive) for the purpose of improving water runoff quality within the St. Andrew Bay System. A roadside swale system is also proposed in an effort to convey stormwater runoff to the point(s) of discharge. The roadway is located within the limits of the City of Callaway (City). The intent of this project is to reduce the impact of sedimentation and pollutant discharge into East Bay which part of the St. Andrew Bay System.

Choctawhatchee-St. Andrew

Bay

$584,089

City of Callaway

745

Panhandle

Stormwater Retrofit Projects

Developing nine stormwater projects throughout the city to provide water quality treatment and/or storage to address flooding issues. The proposed stormwater facilities will remove sediments, debris, and associated pollutants from stormwater runoff.

Choctawhatchee-St. Andrews Rivers

Bay

$12,733,000

City of Callaway