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Water Outage Required
Ponte Vedra Boulevard Water Improvement Project

As part of the Ponte Vedra Boulevard Water Improvement Project, JEA contractor crews are continuing work to install and put into service a new water main. To complete this work, a temporary water outage of up to 6-hours will be required on Monday, May 16th from 11:00 p.m. to Tuesday, May 17th at 5:00 a.m.

A precautionary Boil Water Advisory (BWA) may be issued following this water outage. Any customers impacted by a BWA will be notified. Learn more about water outages and advisories at jea.com/bwa.

The water outage and BWA will only impact the east side (odd numbered addresses) of Ponte Vedra Boulevard from 607 Ponte Boulevard to 695 Ponte Vedra Boulevard (see map below).

We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary water service interruption may cause you. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact JEA Project Outreach at (904) 665-7500 or projectoutreach@jea.com.

JEA will be bringing in companies that we currently have contracts with to complete the work and will work with the bonding company afterwards.  

We engaged one of our landscaping companies (Aces) and utility contractor (TB Landmark) yesterday.

The landscaping restoration work started today. The will be repairing damaged irrigation systems and restoring the sod.

TB Landmark will have crews on site tomorrow doing work to get ready for the water main outage that is scheduled for Monday night.  

The only item that may cause us an issue is being able to get grout to abandon the lines. There are severe supply chain issues in the concrete industry. We looking at ways we can mitigate any potential delays on that item.

We are working to put together a schedule/timeframe that we can send out to everyone. But I assure you, we are pushing to get it done as fast as we can.

I greatly appreciate you and your community’s patience during this project.

PV Blvd Water lines and paving update from JEA.

Quick update:  We have exercised all the water valves for isolation so that  we can begin installing the vent tubes and capping next week after Easter.

This week should be sod restoration on the graded areas. The remaining meter boxes that are low and need backfill should also be done this week.

The plan is not to do too much disruptive work this week given that Easter is this Sunday. After Easter in addition to the installing the vent tubes, they should be tying in the Ocean House and the Surf Club.

Paving will occur once this is accomplished so we are looking at late May 2022.

-JEA Project Outreach

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Growth Management Workshop to Seek Community Input

ST. AUGUSTINE, Florida, January 4, 2022 – St. Johns County has seen substantial growth over the last ten years. The 2020 Census revealed the County grew by nearly 44%, placing it among the fastest-growing counties in the United States and the second-fastest-growing County in Florida.

The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners will discuss topics related to managing future growth and addressing infrastructure needs at an upcoming growth management workshop. Residents and stakeholders are invited to provide comments after County staff completes their presentations.

The four topics that will be discussed include:

  1. Local Government’s Role in Managing Growth
  2. Current Growth Trends and Infrastructure Needs
  3. Transportation Planning and Concurrency
  4. Additional Considerations for New Development Proposals

When: Tuesday, January 25 9 a.m.

Where: County Auditorium

500 San Sebastian View

St. Augustine, FL 32084

The Board of County Commissioners will not make policy decisions at the workshop nor vote on any item brought forth.

Potential community-wide changes required to qualify for partial beach renourishment funding from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Questions? Concerns? Contact us!