Clearwater Pass Bridge to be rehabbed | News
Clearwater, Florida - The city council voted unanimously Thursday night to rehabilitate three city bridges.
Maintenance and aesthetic work will be done on the Clearwater Pass bridge and on the fender system in the boating channel below.
Repairs are also planned for bridges on Fairwood Avenue over Alligator Creek and on Overbrook Avenue over Stevenson's Creek.
The work, expected to begin in June and end by November, is based on an inspection report by the Florida Department of Transportation.
The total cost of the project, including all labor and material costs, is $281,540.