?This project includes the construction of potable water ground storage tanks, pumping systems, and backup power to continue flow of potable water to both Panama City hospitals in the event of loss of water from current infrastructure.
?Replacement of old and out of date utility infrastructure with modern materials using improved standards. Utilities included in this project include sanitary sewer, potable water, electrical, and communications.
?The City will construct a multipurpose building to house the emergency operations activities of the City during an event and emergency services during normal operations.
Move it off the waterfront to an inland industrial area.
This project consists of providing a centralized sewer system within the western portion of the Deerpoint Lake Protection zone. The installation of this project will also provide the backbone for future phases of septic to sewer transition.
?Project consists of the replacement of the City’s problematic components of its sewer collection and water distribution systems which experience frequent failures, incur high maintenance costs, and many of which are over fifty years old and some of which were damaged by uprooted trees as a result of Hurricane Michael.
FDOT has funded a PD&E study to improve East Avenue but the ROW and construction phases are not funded.