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  • Casey South Drainage Project: $21.5 million
    The Casey South Drainage Project was the most extensive drainage improvement in Savannah’s history, relieving chronic flooding in midtown Savannah, including Chatham Crescent, Ardsley Park and Olin Heights.
  • Pump Stations at Montgomery Crossroad, DeRenne, Kayton and Westside: $28.8 million
    The Montgomery Crossroad, DeRenne, Kayton and Westside Pump Stations are major facilities that move stormwater down several major drainage canals while allowing drainage to occur during high tides, which previously was not possible.
  • Southside drainage improvements: $15.1 million
    Drainage improvements on the southside included dramatically improving the capacity of the Wilshire and Windsor canals, as well as expansion of drainage facilities in the Wilshire Basin and Paradise Park.
  • Westside drainage improvements: $29 million
    Improvements on the westside included improvements in the Evergreen area, construction of a major stormwater interceptor, and an expansion of the Springfield Canal as well as other improvements in the Springfield Basin.

Complete Drainage Project List
Local Match GEMA Grants  $        29,982 SCADA II  $        36,446
Kayton Pump Station Phase 2  $      987,471 Bilbo Basin  $      157,366
Harman Canal Drainage Improvements  $    1,219,555 Cranman Drive Culvert Replacement  $      336,133
Kayton Canal Equipment Purchase  $      948,947 Wilshire Basin Study  $   1,746,691
Kayton Railroad Bridge Replacement  $      513,231 Downtown Bilbo Drainage Basin  $      150,000
Montgomery Crossroads Bridge  $        55,000 City Lot Drainage Improvements  $        23,475
Montgomery Crossroads Equipment
 $    1,409,619 Westside Flooding Remediation  $      640,616
Springfield Canal Bridges  $      156,166 Placentia Phase I  $        42,000
Williams Ward Detention  $      370,094 Jackson Woods Drainage-Phase 2  $        98,736
Springfield Canal 2-Year Storm  $    2,966,555 Nicholson Woods-Phase 2  $        75,142
Westside Equipment Purchase  $      283,900 Windsor-Wilshire Basin  $      525,668
Westside Detention  $             112 Storm Sewer Rehab  $      115,919
Westside Pump Station & Line  $  12,728,054 Westside Pump Station & Line  $   1,500,575
Westside Interceptor  $    3,171,712 Windsor Canal  $   1,829,659
Montgomery Crossroads Pump Station  $  10,213,431 Casey South Phase 2  $   3,150,930
Wilshire Canal  $    2,848,286 Bilbo-North Casey Drainage  $      325,000
Holland Canal  $    3,137,685 Bilbo Drainage Improvements  $  15,508,841
Windsor Canal  $    1,659,473 Wilshire North Branch  $   7,733,341
Local Match GEMA Grants  $    2,651,266 Brick Line Replacement  $      192,941
Kayton Spill Clean Up  $        39,504 Evergreen Drainage Improvements  $   1,150,000
DeRenne Pump Station  $      970,000 Jackson Woods Drainage-Phase 2  $   1,977,224
Casey South Drainage  $  21,532,611 Brick Line Replacement  $      753,723
Demere Ward Detention  $        75,751 Bilbo Drainage Improvements  $          2,000
Springfield Canal Roads  $      285,014 Paradise Park Drainage Improvements  $   1,032,495
Nicholson Woods-White Bluff  $        48,657 Springfield Drainage Improvements  $   1,000,000
Windsor Sub-Basin  $        50,926 Sylvan Terrace Sub-basin  $        17,553
SCADA I  $        17,330 45th Street Sub-basin Improvements  $  13,082,719
Pump Station Metal Building Upgrade  $      603,000 Bilbo-North Casey Drg  $      900,000
Bilbo-North Casey Drainage  $      180,000 2011 SPLOST 5 Drainage  $  15,500,000
Springfield Canal  $    7,652,969 Baldwin Pk Drainage Imp  $      900,000

 
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projects in progress

Three projects that have been allocated a total of $37.1 million are currently in the design phase, with plans to begin construction in late 2013 and early 2014. The Habersham Village Drainage Project will improve drainage in the midtown areas of Habersham Street, Abercorn Street and Paulsen Street. Improvements to the Bilbo Box will improve drainage in a wide area of downtown’s eastside. The Baldwin Park Drainage Project is focused on the streets around Baldwin Circle just north of Victory Drive.