Current and Upcoming Road & Municipal Projects

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  1. Gumbo Limbo Pump Station Project

New Seawater Pump Station for Gumbo Limbo Nature Center

  • Agency: City of Boca Raton
  • Start / Estimated End Date: February 2022 / Spring 2023
  • Hours of Work: Monday - Saturday, 7am - 5pm.
  • Type of Closure: The north circle at Red Reef Park will be closed. Beach will remain open.
  • Scope of Work: The City, in coordination with the Greater Beach and Parks District, is constructing new seawater intake lines and a pump station construction on the north end of Red Reef Park. The seawater intake lines will pull fresh seawater from the Atlantic Ocean and pump it to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center via the new pump station.
    • Phase I: Intake line installation: Directional drill will be used to create path for two (2) new seawater intake lines. Piping for the intake lines will be constructed at South Inlet Park and transported to an offshore barge prior to being installed underground. Parking may be reduced at Gumbo Limbo Nature Center. COMPLETED.
    • Phase II: Pump station construction: Construction of a pump station building which will include excavation to install new sweater intake pumps. The north circle at Red Reef Park will be closed. Beach will remain open. IN PROGRESS.
    • For any questions, call 561-416-3385.

Fun Fact: The current pump station that services Gumbo Limbo was installed 30 years ago and needs replacement. Once installed, the new pump will more efficiently provide clean, clear, natural ocean water for all the marine life at Gumbo Limbo and the adjacent FAU Marine Laboratory.

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