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St. Lucie County Coordinating with Port St. Lucie on Prima Vista Repairs

Post Date:05/03/2019 7:30 AM

St. Lucie County’s Public Works staff is coordinating with the City of Port St. Lucie regarding the resurfacing of Prima Vista Boulevard to help alleviate elevated traffic issues along the east-west corridor during the projected 11-month construction phase.

Thanks to the voter approved half-cent sales tax last November, St. Lucie County is planning to make long-needed repairs to the drainage system and resurface Prima Vista Boulevard from U.S. 1 toward Floresta Drive.  The county originally planned to begin the project this summer. However, because the City of Port St. Lucie’s Crosstown Parkway Bridge is ahead of schedule with plans to open at the end of September, the county is going to begin construction in October.

By waiting until the Crosstown Bridge is open, the city and county are working together to reduce congestion and traffic delays that may result from the construction on Prima Vista Boulevard.

St. Lucie County is budgeting more than $2.5 million worth of improvements to its portion of Prima Vista Boulevard over the next two years. For more information about St. Lucie County’s half-cent sales tax projects visit

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