Full Project Listing

Mental Health - David Lawrence Center

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $25 million


With continued population growth, Collier County’s mental health crisis services will not be able to meet the community’s demands. The David Lawrence Center (DLC) currently has 30 crisis treatment beds, and the facility is consistently at peak capacity. State data demonstrates that a considerable number of Collier Baker Acts are currently being transferred out of county. 


Additionally, there are approximately 150 inmates in the Collier County Jail each day that have mental health issues and/or co-occurring substance abuse issues that could be more effectively treated in a different, less intensive setting.


Workforce Housing

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $20 million


In 2017 the Urban Land Institute (ULI) housing study recommended the reestablishment of a Local Housing Trust fund in Collier County. The County has recommended the same approach in its own housing study.  The Local Housing Land Trust fund will promote housing that is affordable through the direct ownership of land and leasing the land on which housing that is affordable is built. An agreement between the developer and County would ensure that the County retains ownership of the land and any resale would result in a reimbursement to the County.   


VA Nursing Home

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $30 million


To serve the number of Veterans in Southwest Florida, Collier County is seeking to develop a 120-bed State Veterans’ Nursing Home to house veterans in need of care. This would serve the Southwest Florida area where the closest VA Nursing Home is in Charlotte County.   


Career & Technical Training Center

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $15 million


There is a significant need for additional career and technical training opportunities in Collier County and throughout Southwest Florida. While Lorenzo Walker and Immokalee Technical Colleges provide a significant amount of training they are unable to increase their footprint. This would provide for the construction of an additional training center for the residents of the Community.  


Airport Road

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $4 million


This improvement will relieve congestion and increase capacity by widening the road from 4 lanes to 6 lanes from Vanderbilt Beach Road to Immokalee Road. This section of road is anticipated to be over capacity in 2019. The entire project is in the County’s Long-Range Transportation Plan. 


Pine Ridge at Livingston

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $23 million


This entire project is in the County’s Long-Range Transportation Plan. This improvement will relieve congestion and increase capacity to residents of the City of Naples, and unincorporated Collier County. 


Triangle Boulevard

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $6 million


This improvement will relieve congestion and increase capacity to the intersections and surrounding roadways. 


Randall Boulevard

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $7 million


This improvement will relieve congestion and increase capacity to the intersections and surrounding roadways. 


Vanderbilt Beach Road

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $74 million


This expansion will enhance the overall mobility of the Estates by providing an alternative east west route. This will also alleviate the demand on Immokalee Road and Golden Gate Blvd W. This entire project is in the County’s Long-Range Transportation Plan.   


Golden Gate Bridges

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $60 million


These improvements will improve traffic mobility, reduce emergency service response times, and improve evacuation routes for residents of the Estates. 


Bridges - Other

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $7 million


These improvements will provide reliable improved access to commercial agricultural/farming and aviation facilities for the residents and businesses of Immokalee. The existing timber foundation bridges have had repairs made to them over the years. They were built in 1948, 1951, or 1953 and are now in need of replacement. A proactive replacement saves money preventing the need for temporary repairs that can cost $200K+ per bridge. 


Priority Sidewalks

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $10 million


These improvements are consistent with the Metropolitan Planning Organization’s Comprehensive Pathway Plan. These improvements will provide additional mobility options and increase safety for bicyclists and pedestrians for residents of Collier County. 


Sheriff Facilities

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $1.9 million


These projects will provide the Sheriff’s Office facilities with the appropriate space to operate effectively and maintain the Sheriff’s Office standards. It will allow the Sheriff’s Office to continue to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities for employees, residents, and visitors. 


Jail Renovations

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $1.2 million


These projects will provide the County Jail facilities with the appropriate space to operate effectively and maintain the County Jail standards. It will allow the Sheriff’s Office to continue to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities. 


Forensic Evidence Building

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $33 million


This facility will help the Sheriff’s Office to continue to meet their growing needs and to provide the service the County expects. It will provide the Sheriff’s Office with a central repository for evidence and a location to perform the forensics necessary for criminal investigations.   


DAS Shelter

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $6 million


This facility will help Domestic Animal Services to continue to meet their growing needs and to provide the service the County expects.  


EMS Substations

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $6 million


This project is part of the County’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Expansion Plan. This expansion will enhance the public safety facilities and provide Emergency Medical Services to the surrounding areas. These facilities will ensure that the County’s EMS maintain an adopted level of service in line with the County’s growth.


Courthouse Repairs

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $700,000.00


These projects will provide the County’s Courts the appropriate space to operate effectively and maintain the County’s standards. It will allow the County to continue to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities for employees, residents, and visitors. 


Big Corkscrew

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $40 million


The Estates area does not currently have a regional park to serve the recreational needs of the area. This facility will help Parks and Recreation to continue to meet their growing needs and to provide the service the County is expected to provide. 


HVAC Systems

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $28.1 million


The County has extended the life of many HVAC units past their normal useful life. To sustain and enhance the County’s ability to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities for employees, residents, and visitors these units need to be systematically replaced or updated. 


Building Repairs

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $6.4 million


These projects will provide the County with the appropriate space to operate effectively and maintain the County’s standards. It will allow the County to continue to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities for employees, residents, and visitors. 


Hurricane Resiliency

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $15 million


Hurricane Irma highlighted the need to reinforce the infrastructure of the County to maintain service. The County would utilize revenue to harden critical infrastructure such as Wastewater.


Roofing

Sales Surtax Anticipated Contribution:  $700,000.00


The County has extended the life of many roofs past their normal useful life. It will allow the County to continue to provide safe, clean, and well-maintained facilities for employees, residents, and visitors. 

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