Engineering Division

News & Announcements

Crossdrain Culvert Replacement Requires Temporary Closure of CR 16A in St. Johns County CR 16A A deteriorated metal crossdrain culvert located in the vicinity of 6700 CR 16A has become a safety issue and requires replacement. Due to the size of the pipe being replaced and the size of the equipment required to complete the job, it is necessary to close CR 16A beginning Monday, July 21. The replacement is scheduled to occur during the summer while school is out in order to minimize the impact on residential traffic for the surrounding neighborhoods. The road is scheduled to open in August. For more information, please contact the St. Johns County Engineering Department at (904) 209-0110.

Our Mission

The St. Johns County Engineering Division's mission is to provide comprehensive management of design services, permitting and construction services for all transportation capital improvement projects and traffic operations projects, along with Right-of-Way permitting and storm water drainage improvements for St. Johns County.

Project Information

Monthly Projects Status Report (PDF)
Interactive Project Viewer – Engineering Capital Improvement Projects are displayed in the St. Johns County iMap application. To view projects, check Engineering Projects in the Layer List window.  For project information use the Identify tool and click on a project. 

Featured Projects

Studies

  1. Introduction / Safety Analysis
  2. Existing Conditions Crash Summary
  3. Concept Plan – Part 1
  4. Concept Plan – Part 2
  5. Concept Plan – Part 3
  6. Concept Plan – Part 4, Potential Pond Sites & Recommendations
  7. Appendix

Alternative Transportation (Sidewalks, Bike Lanes, Golf Carts, etc.)

Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)

Completed Projects


St. Johns County National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit.

In June of 2003, St. Johns County began implementation of the NPDES Phase II Stormwater Management Program as required by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP).

The permit will help St. Johns County and its residents protect the environment from stormwater pollution. Find out more about stormwater and stormwater pollution, and advice on reducing and preventing stormwater pollution in your own neighborhood.