City of Pompano Beach, Florida

Population (Year): 115706  (2023)

The City of Pompano Beach, located in South Florida, faces several significant infrastructure challenges that impact the daily lives of its residents. One of the most pressing issues is the need to modernize and expand the city’s transportation system, including roads and public transit, to reduce traffic congestion and improve safety. Additionally, Pompano Beach’s aging water and sewer systems require significant investment and upgrades to maintain reliable service and avoid potential health hazards. The city also faces a shortage of affordable housing, which affects the ability of residents to live and work in the area. Addressing these challenges will require collaboration and investment from local and state officials and private sector stakeholders.

City of Pompano Beach

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

Page Ref

Project Satus


Membrane Element Replacement


This ongoing project consists of replacing the membrane elements when needed. The membrane elements are used to purify water to make it potable and requires replacement every 5 years. Funding will be budgeted over a multi-year period to provide for full replacement.



Not Started


Hurricane Hardening For Water Plant Facilities


Per the Facilities Assessment, subsequent CDM study (Building Structural Review for Hurricane Hardening Grant) that was previously conducted, and current Florida Building Code wind load requirements, it has been determined that some of the Water Plant facility still requires structural modifications and hurricane rated impact windows and doors for adequate hurricane hardening of the Water Treatment Plant. Tetra Tech is currently developing design and contract documents for hurricane hardening and exterior remediation and coating of all buildings at the Water Plant for solicitation. Hardening of HS 5 & 6 / Generator Bldg



Not Started


Water Treatment and Reuse Storage Tank Cleaning


This is for the periodic cleaning of the finished product storage tanks



Not Started


Water Treatment Plant Nanofiltration Plant Expansion & Process Improv


Plan for expansion & process improvements. Add funding for the design and permitting of membrane skid # 6, sand strainers and permeate discharge line to degasified replacement.



Not Started


Stormwater- NW 22nd Court


This project area is an isolated right-of-way area with heavy flooding problems just south of Copan’s Road and just east of Powerline Road. This study area mainly consists of industrial and commercial properties, with only two City roadways (NW 22nd Court and NW 18th (venue) with significant impervious ground coverage, which can limit the infiltration of stormwater runoff into the ground surface. The problem area is located along NW 22nd Court between NW 18th Avenue and NW 15th Avenue.



Not Started

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