Streets & Stormwater
The Roadway Division manages the streets engineering, construction management, construction, maintenance and repair, and operation of the City's infrastructure. The division has an aggressive construction and maintenance program whose main goal is to maintain and improve the City's right-of-ways and roadways to ensure the safety of the residents and public by providing the best professional, technical, and engineering services.
Stormwater Utility Division
The Stormwater Utility Program was created in 1993 in response to Miami-Dade County's Stormwater Utility Ordinance. The City of Hialeah administers, staffs, and manages the utility through its Streets Department. This program serves as a dedicated source of funding for stormwater management in the City under Section 403.0893, Florida Statutes.
The Stormwater Utility Program also administers the City's USEPA National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) - Permit Number FLS000023. This permit covers all areas within the political boundary of the City of Hialeah served by, or otherwise contributing to, discharges from municipal separate storm sewers to the waters of the United States.
The City of Hialeah is a founding member of The Florida Association of Stormwater Utilities (FASU).
|W 76 St from Hialeah
Gardens Boulevard to 36 Avenue
|Reconstruction||Williams Paving Co.
|NW 142 St from 97 to 107 Ave||Reconstruction||JVA Engineering
|W 16 to 18 Ct from 46 to 49 St||Reconstruction||Acosta Tractors
Future Roadway & Stormwater Improvement Projects
- NW 102 Avenue from 138 to 142 St - Reconstruction
- NW 97 Ave from 154 to 162 St - Road Widening & Reconstruction
- West 76 Street from 20 to 24 Avenue - Reconstruction
- W 21 Ct from 56 to 60 St - Reconstruction
- W 16 Ave from 68 to 74 St - Reconstruction
- W 28 Ave from 52 to 84 St - Sidewalk & Guardrail Improvements