500 Block N. Pitt St. Sewer Separation Project
The City of Alexandria is currently repairing a damaged 10-inch sanitary sewer main along N. Pitt Street, between Cook Street and Pendleton Street.
Waterfront parks and programming are among the priorities set by City Council when guiding Waterfront Plan implementation back in 2015. That dedication to green space, recreation, the arts, and history persists today and is exemplified by the activities and amenities along Alexandria Waterfront.
Duke Street and West Taylor Run Project
The Duke and West Taylor Run Parkway intersection has been identified as a high crash location through the City's Vision Zero Program
Eisenhower Avenue Metrorail Station Pedestrian Crossing Improvements
The City of Alexandria is making improvements to the pedestrian crossing infrastructure along Eisenhower Avenue immediately adjacent to the Eisenhower Avenue Metrorail Station. This project was identified as a high priority improvement in the Eisenhower East Small Area Plan.
Flood Action Alexandria
Flood Action Alexandria is the City's comprehensive initiative to address flooding issues. The City is committed to working with its residents and businesses to mitigate the impacts of flooding and build community resiliency.
Franklin St. Sewer Relocation Project
The City of Alexandria is designing repairs for a damaged 10-inch sanitary sewer main along Franklin Street between South Patrick Street and South Alfred Street.
King-Callahan-Russell Intersection Improvement Project
The City of Alexandria is working through procurement and pre construction activities to build the pedestrian safety and access improvements as well as traffic congestion improvements to the intersection of King Street, Callahan Drive, and Russell Road.
Mount Vernon Avenue North Complete Streets
The Mount Vernon Avenue North Complete Streets Project will provide safety improvements on Mount Vernon Avenue between West Glebe Road and Four Mile Run.
North Beauregard Street and Seminary Road Intersection Improvement Study
In 2012, the Beauregard Corridor Plan Traffic Impact Analysis identified transportation improvements necessary to sustain future developments and projected population growth, including the Ellipse design within the North Beauregard and Seminary Road intersection.
Storm Sewer Capacity Projects
The City’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) outlines the large infrastructure projects to be undertaken across City departments during a 10-year time horizon. Eleven priority storm sewer capacity improvement projects have been identified.
Stormwater Spot Improvement Projects
In order to address localized flooding and drainage issues, the Stormwater Management Division targets neighborhoods for spot improvement projects. These are small capital projects designed to support the increased functionality of the City’s storm sewer system.