Winter Park Drive Complete Street and Concept Development Study: Existing Conditions Tech Appendices

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street and Concept Development Study: Existing Conditions Technical Appendices Prepared for: City of Casselberry August 2021

Draft Report for Public Review

OR21-0005


Technical Appendices


Appendix A – Previously Identified Corridor Improvements


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S Winter Park Dr

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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


SHEET S3

Hibiscus Rd

Wilshire Dr

Brighton Way

Cannon Way

SHEET S1

S Winter Park Dr

S2

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


SHEET S4

Marigold Rd

Lilac Rd

Kentia Rd

Jasmine Rd

Iris Rd

Hibiscus Rd SHEET S2

S Winter Park Dr

S3

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


SHEET S3

SHEET S5

S Winter Park Dr

S4

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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SHEET S10

S Winter Park Dr

S9

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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SHEET S11

N Winter Park Dr

S12

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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S14

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


SHEET S14

Helen St

S15

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements

SHEET S16

N Winter Park Dr

Helen St

Osceola Trail


SHEET S17

Helen St

SHEET S15

N Winter Park Dr

Helen St

S16

CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


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CONCEPTUAL - NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION. ADDITIONAL DETAILED ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN REQUIRED.

Winter Park Drive Corridor - Prior Proposed Road Improvements


Appendix B – Data Collection


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: N Winter Park Dr & SR 434 City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-001 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 8 9 15 9 20 14 9 2 NL 86 58.11%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

N Winter Park Dr

SR 434

SR 434

NORTHBOUND 0 1 NT NR 0 2 0 7 0 4 0 17 0 14 0 6 0 7 0 5

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SOUTHBOUND 0 0 ST SR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EASTBOUND 2 0 ET ER 164 7 176 14 221 11 204 13 201 12 194 13 174 14 165 11

WESTBOUND 2 0 WT WR 297 0 339 0 291 0 334 0 351 0 347 0 316 0 238 0

NT 0 0.00%

NU 0 0.00%

SL 0

ST 0

SR 0

SU 0

EL 0 0.00%

0 0.000

07:45 AM 0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

NBU

SBL

SBU

EBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 0 0 ST SR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NU 0 0.00%

SL 0

ST 0

SR 0

SU 0

EL 0 0.00%

0 0.000

0 0.000

NR 62 41.89%

07:45 AM - 08:45 AM

58 0.725 NBL

PM

N Winter Park Dr

1 NL 10 21 25 21 11 25 24 17 NL 154 67.25%

0 0.000

41 0.603

0.728 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 0 1 NT NR 0 11 0 7 0 5 0 7 0 12 0 11 0 14 0 8 NT 0 0.00%

NR 75 32.75%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

81 0.810

0 0.000

44 0.786 0.822

0 0.000

ET 1499 94.04%

ER 95 5.96%

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 8 8 4 12 11 7 10 4

EU 0 0.00%

WL 64 2.48%

WT 2513 97.52%

WR 0 0.00%

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00%

40

04:45 PM 12:00 AM 0 0 0.000 0.000

0 0.000

820 0.928

49 0.942

0.936 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 2 0 ET ER 317 12 326 14 338 12 365 15 365 24 382 14 374 24 308 13 ET 2775 95.56% 1486 0.973

ER 128 4.41%

77 0.802 0.982

0 0.000

34 0.708

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 12 6 10 15 8 9 11 11

0.937 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 2 0 WT WR 231 0 235 0 223 0 248 0 251 0 205 0 251 0 234 0

EU 1 0.03%

WL 82 4.18%

WT 1878 95.77%

0 0.000

43 0.717

1323 0.942

955 0.951

0 0.000

WR 0 0.00%

0 0.000 0.949

0 0.000

TOTAL 486 553 546 589 609 581 530 425 TOTAL 4319 TOTAL 2325 0.954

WBU 0 WU 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 WU 1 0.05% 0 0.000

TOTAL 593 610 614 671 671 646 698 591 TOTAL 5094 TOTAL 2686 0.962


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: N Winter Park Dr & Belle Ave City: Casselberry Control: 1-Way Stop(WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-002 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NL 0 0.00%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

N Winter Park Dr

Belle Ave

Belle Ave

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 10 7 10 15 20 24 19 21 26 28 16 14 11 20 14 16

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 18 0 20 0 13 0 23 0 24 0 20 0 24 0 17 0

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 0 0.00%

WU 0 0.00%

NT 126 46.49%

NR 145 53.51%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

72 0.692

83 0.741

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.718 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 14 17 22 19 27 24 17 16 21 20 37 27 33 34 19 14

NL 0 0.00%

NT 190 52.49%

NR 171 47.24%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

NU 1 0.28%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

0 0.000

108 0.730

97 0.713 0.765

1 SL 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 SL 2 1.24% 08:00 AM 0 0.000

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

0 0.000 NBL

PM

N Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 159 98.76%

SR 0 0.00%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0

ET 0

ER 0

EU 0

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

85 0.708

SBU

EBL

EBU

WBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 21 18 15 16 24 22 17 12

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0

ET 0

ER 0

EU 0

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 WL 20 21 12 17 30 20 18 11 WL 149 94.90%

WR 8 5.10%

41

91 0.948

0 0.000

0.948 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 21 0 22 0 20 0 24 0 35 0 19 0 39 0 15 0

SL ST SR 2 195 0 1.02% 98.98% 0.00% 04:45 PM 12:00 AM 0 117 0 0.000 0.750 0.000 0.750

0 0.000

WL 145 93.55% 79 0.823

0 0.000

4 0.500

0.695 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 2 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 WT 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WR 10 6.45%

4 0.500 0.830

0 0.000

TOTAL 56 67 72 80 110 71 74 59 TOTAL 589 TOTAL 335 0.761

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 75 85 89 74 101 107 123 60 TOTAL 714 TOTAL 405 0.823


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: N Winter Park Dr & Gee Creek Ln / 7th St City: Casselberry Control: 2-Way Stop(EB/WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-003 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 2 4 2 4 1 3 2 8 NL 26 9.09%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

N Winter Park Dr

Gee Creek Ln / 7th St

N/THBOUND 1 0 NT NR 13 4 22 1 32 4 43 2 42 3 27 8 23 5 27 4

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 39 0 33 0 26 1 37 2 45 2 41 1 36 1 26 0

EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 1 12 0 12 0 8 0 13 1 7 1 9 0 15 1 5

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ET 4 3.70%

EU 0 0.00%

NT 229 80.07%

NR 31 10.84%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

0 NL 12 10 10 14 16 20 16 15 NL 113 24.57%

135 0.785

18 0.563

0.832 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 29 5 37 9 43 8 26 4 45 5 44 6 44 4 38 0 NT 306 66.52%

NR 41 8.91%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 1 4 3 1 1 1 1 3

NU 0 0.00%

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

67 0.838

171 0.950

15 0.625 0.904

0 SL 0 2 6 2 3 2 2 0 SL 17 5.54% 08:00 AM 9 0.750

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

10 0.625 NBL

PM

N Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 283 92.18%

SR 7 2.28%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SU 0 0.00%

0 EL 4 3 7 2 2 1 3 1 EL 23 21.30%

ER 81 75.00%

Gee Creek Ln / 7th St 0 WL 9 10 4 7 7 2 8 10 WL 57 72.15%

WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 1 0 3 1 2 0 4 0 3 0 1 1 4 1 1

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 3 3.80%

WU 0 0.00%

WR 19 24.05%

41

159 0.883

6 0.750

0.870 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 39 0 29 5 37 1 39 2 47 5 45 1 43 2 32 0

SL ST SR 15 311 16 4.39% 90.94% 4.68% 05:00 PM 12:00 AM 6 167 8 0.500 0.888 0.400 0.854

0 0.000

8 0.667

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 1 1 5 3 0 7 3 1

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

EL 21 18.10% 11 0.393

2 0.500

44 0.733

0.750 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 0 6 1 16 1 10 3 9 0 11 0 9 0 16 1 12 ET 6 5.17% 1 0.250

ER 89 76.72%

48 0.750 0.789

0 0.000

24 0.750

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 4 4 2 0 2 16 7 2

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WL 37 47.44% 27 0.422

1 0.250

12 0.750

0.712 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 2 0 4 2 5 2 2 0 3 0 14 0 2 0 5 WT 4 5.13% 0 0.000

WR 37 47.44%

24 0.429 0.425

0 0.000

TOTAL 85 90 93 116 116 96 100 84 TOTAL 780 TOTAL 428 0.922

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 99 120 127 105 135 163 138 109 TOTAL 996 TOTAL 545 0.836


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: N Winter Park Dr & Seminola Blvd City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-004 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 53 47 38 56 57 61 46 49 NL 407 56.84%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

N Winter Park Dr

Seminola Blvd

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 13 12 18 12 24 9 34 12 29 17 25 25 15 16 31 17

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 27 13 31 16 13 15 41 12 32 12 33 11 21 8 33 6

EASTBOUND 2 1 ET ER 113 41 113 30 106 29 114 48 118 46 74 33 110 41 107 36

NT 189 26.40%

NR 120 16.76%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

1 NL 39 61 50 35 44 51 47 37 NL 364 44.01%

89 0.654

45 0.938

0.804 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 31 24 31 26 49 27 27 18 37 17 43 22 32 20 34 25 NT 284 34.34%

NR 179 21.64%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 14 23 13 9 25 18 30 14

NU 0 0.00%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

177 0.868

139 0.808

77 0.875 0.847

1 SL 16 15 10 12 14 13 20 3 SL 103 24.12% 07:15 AM 53 0.828

07:15 AM - 08:15 AM

194 0.866 NBL

PM

N Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 231 54.10%

SR 93 21.78%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 4 5 4 5 4 8 6 11

SU 0 0.00%

EL 47 3.88%

ET 855 70.66%

ER 304 25.12%

446 0.978

148 0.771

Seminola Blvd 0 EU 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 EU 4 0.33%

1 WL 38 45 30 29 33 29 29 36

WESTBOUND 2 0 WT WR 205 6 244 9 220 11 199 7 169 8 147 9 213 14 145 8

WL 269 14.11%

WT 1542 80.90%

1 0.250

142 0.789

868 0.889

EBU

WBL

0 EU 1 0 1 0 2 1 3 1

1 WL 37 23 28 27 34 21 34 21

WR 72 3.78%

0 WU 3 0 2 2 4 3 5 4 WU 23 1.21%

38

112 0.683

56 0.875

0.850 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 25 6 27 14 26 12 30 1 32 11 27 8 32 10 24 10

SL ST SR 146 223 72 33.11% 50.57% 16.33% 04:45 PM 12:00 AM 82 121 30 0.683 0.945 0.682 0.809

0 0.000

18 0.900

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 18 16 2 16 16 10 12 10

SU 0 0.00%

EL 100 3.90%

0 0.000

54 0.844

0.918 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 2 1 ET ER 207 69 190 52 257 61 275 69 244 67 269 86 254 84 210 60 ET 1906 74.37% 1042 0.947

ER 548 21.38%

306 0.890 0.962

EU 9 0.35% 6 0.500

33 0.750

0.881 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 2 0 WT WR 123 9 134 17 145 19 155 15 157 24 154 18 127 14 111 15

WL 225 14.97%

WT 1106 73.59%

116 0.853

593 0.944

WR 131 8.72%

71 0.740 0.903

7 0.583

TOTAL 544 586 511 571 543 472 545 487 TOTAL 4259 TOTAL 2212 0.944

WBU 0 WU 5 4 8 4 6 3 5 6 WU 41 2.73% 18 0.750

TOTAL 608 618 698 681 716 731 704 578 TOTAL 5334 TOTAL 2832 0.969


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: N Winter Park Dr & Quintuplet Dr City: Casselberry Control: 2-Way Stop(EB/WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-005 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 1 0 2 3 2 3 2 2 NL 15 2.01%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

N Winter Park Dr

Quintuplet Dr

NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 60 0 77 3 71 1 97 3 118 1 107 3 86 5 96 2

SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 85 2 85 2 87 4 103 1 115 4 85 5 91 2 89 1

EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 0 6 0 4 1 7 1 7 0 9 0 5 0 5 0 3

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

ET 2 2.56%

EU 0 0.00%

NT 712 95.44%

NR 18 2.41%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 NU 1 0.13%

408 0.864

12 0.600

1 NL 5 3 3 6 3 3 4 5

0.890 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 101 2 120 3 126 5 106 3 85 1 112 5 106 3 91 4

NL 32 3.54%

NT 847 93.59%

NR 26 2.87%

1 0.250 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 5 0 5 6 6 2 4 2

NU 0 0.00%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

16 0.667

409 0.913

12 0.600 0.910

1 SL 1 0 2 2 1 2 1 1 SL 10 1.29% 08:00 AM 6 0.750

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

10 0.833 NBL

PM

N Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 740 95.36%

SR 21 2.71%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 SU 5 0.64%

0 EL 4 9 6 1 4 1 3 2 EL 30 38.46%

ER 46 58.97%

Quintuplet Dr 0 WL 1 2 4 7 1 6 2 2 WL 25 55.56%

WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 5 0 3 0 1

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 0 0.00%

WU 0 0.00%

WR 20 44.44%

41

394 0.857

12 0.600

0.862 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 110 3 109 7 98 5 111 8 121 4 136 5 133 5 98 12

SL ST SR 30 916 49 3.00% 91.60% 4.90% 04:45 PM 12:00 AM 18 501 22 0.750 0.921 0.688 0.944

5 0.417

9 0.563

SBU

EBL

0 SU 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0

0 EL 2 2 3 3 7 3 1 0

SU 5 0.50% 3 0.750

EL 21 42.00% 14 0.500

1 0.250

26 0.722

0.692 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 5 0 3 0 3 0 4 0 5 ET 0 0.00% 0 0.000

ER 29 58.00%

15 0.750 0.725

0 0.000

16 0.571

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 4 2 2 2 1 4 0 4

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WL 19 57.58% 7 0.438

0 0.000

14 0.700

0.682 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 2 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 WT 2 6.06% 1 0.250

WR 12 36.36%

5 0.625 0.542

0 0.000

TOTAL 161 185 186 228 259 226 201 199 TOTAL 1645 TOTAL 914 0.882

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 238 251 253 253 233 276 261 223 TOTAL 1988 TOTAL 1023 0.927


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Park Dr / Paul McClure Ct City: Casselberry Control: 2-Way Stop(EB/WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-006 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 0 2 0 2 4 0 2 0 NL 10 1.20%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Park Dr / Paul McClure Ct

NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 59 22 76 16 75 11 88 9 106 17 118 9 91 16 95 13

SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 93 1 87 0 105 1 105 0 115 1 99 1 86 1 98 2

EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 2 2 0 0 0 0

NT 708 85.10%

NR 113 13.58%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 NU 1 0.12%

403 0.854

51 0.750

1 NL 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

0.904 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 99 12 120 32 132 25 106 19 88 25 111 21 113 18 96 14

NL 6 0.58%

NT 865 83.17%

NR 166 15.96%

1 0.250 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0

1 SL 6 6 5 5 8 2 4 0

NU 3 0.29%

04:15 PM - 05:15 PM

3 0.375

446 0.845

101 0.789 0.866

1 SL 2 1 1 3 4 1 4 4 SL 20 2.45% 08:00 AM 12 0.750

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

8 0.500 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

1 0.250

ST 788 96.57%

SR 7 0.86%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 SU 1 0.12%

1 EL 4 1 0 4 1 1 2 2 EL 15 53.57%

ET 5 17.86%

ER 8 28.57%

1 0.250

8 0.500

2 0.250

8 0.667

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 2 7 2 1 0 1 2 3

Park Dr / Paul McClure Ct 0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

1 WL 17 27 19 30 18 14 16 11 WL 152 81.28%

WESTBOUND 0.5 0.5 WT WR 2 3 2 3 1 1 3 5 2 4 1 2 2 1 1 2

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 14 7.49%

WU 0 0.00%

WR 21 11.23%

41

405 0.880

3 0.750

0.870 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 108 3 101 2 96 5 107 4 119 1 134 2 138 1 102 1

SL ST SR 36 905 19 3.75% 94.27% 1.98% 04:15 PM 12:00 AM 24 423 12 0.750 0.889 0.600 0.896

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

0.643 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 0 3 4 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 0 1 0 1 3 0

EL 18 41.86%

ET 10 23.26%

10 0.357

7 0.438

ER 15 34.88%

10 0.625 0.519

0 0.000

78 0.650

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 16 10 14 4 12 7 12 10

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WL 85 75.22% 40 0.714

8 0.667

12 0.600

0.645 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 0.5 0.5 WT WR 0 3 2 2 2 4 1 0 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 4 WT 9 7.96% 7 0.875

WR 19 16.81%

8 0.500 0.688

0 0.000

TOTAL 204 216 215 252 276 251 221 228 TOTAL 1863 TOTAL 1000 0.906

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 254 290 290 250 262 286 291 233 TOTAL 2156 TOTAL 1092 0.941


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Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Crystal Bowl Cir N City: Casselberry Control: 1-Way Stop(WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-007 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NL 0 0.00%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Crystal Bowl Cir N

NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 63 0 83 3 67 2 82 6 88 2 110 5 91 2 95 3

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 98 0 99 0 125 0 125 0 124 0 99 0 95 0 94 0

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NT 679 96.59%

NR 23 3.27%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NU 1 0.14%

347 0.789

15 0.625

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.787 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 107 8 136 11 140 13 111 9 98 12 120 10 125 10 99 11

NL 0 0.00%

NT 936 91.76%

NR 84 8.24%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 15 23 19 23 20 23 26 23

NU 0 0.00%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

0 0.000

454 0.908

41 0.854 0.917

1 SL 9 10 7 6 19 15 10 12 SL 88 9.29% 07:45 AM 47 0.618

07:45 AM - 08:45 AM

0 0.000 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 859 90.71%

SR 0 0.00%

Crystal Bowl Cir N

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0

ET 0

ER 0

EU 0

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

41 0.732

SBU

EBL

EBU

WBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 9 10 6 8 3 9 10 5

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0

ET 0

ER 0

EU 0

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 WL 12 13 13 4 10 14 6 11 WL 83 35.47%

WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 14 0 14 0 16 0 19 0 37 0 20 0 16 0 15

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 0 0.00%

WU 0 0.00%

WR 151 64.53%

40

473 0.946

0 0.000

0.909 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 105 0 98 0 90 0 95 0 108 0 131 0 116 0 97 0

SL ST SR 172 840 0 17.00% 83.00% 0.00% 04:45 PM 12:00 AM 92 450 0 0.885 0.859 0.000 0.880

0 0.000

WL 60 36.14% 30 0.750

0 0.000

92 0.622

0.707 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 8 0 14 0 21 0 12 0 12 0 15 0 10 0 14 WT 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WR 106 63.86%

49 0.817 0.823

0 0.000

TOTAL 196 222 230 242 280 263 220 231 TOTAL 1884 TOTAL 1015 0.906

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 252 292 289 258 253 308 297 249 TOTAL 2198 TOTAL 1116 0.906


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Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Crystal Bowl Cir S City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-008 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NL 0 0.00%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Crystal Bowl Cir S

NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 51 13 62 13 49 16 59 44 56 39 84 24 73 9 85 13

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 86 0 98 0 100 0 82 0 84 0 107 0 90 0 92 0

EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NT 519 75.22%

NR 171 24.78%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

248 0.738

123 0.699

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.859 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 95 12 124 22 122 28 115 18 89 17 128 20 113 21 89 19

NL 0 0.00%

NT 875 84.79%

NR 157 15.21%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 15 21 25 17 9 21 28 28

NU 0 0.00%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

0 0.000

445 0.869

76 0.905 0.880

1 SL 24 20 29 55 38 16 9 7 SL 198 21.13% 07:45 AM 138 0.627

07:45 AM - 08:45 AM

0 0.000 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 739 78.87%

SR 0 0.00%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0 0.00%

ET 1 100.00%

ER 0 0.00%

Crystal Bowl Cir S 0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

1 WL 16 20 19 36 76 41 19 19 WL 246 56.81%

WESTBOUND 0 1 WT WR 0 16 0 21 0 18 1 32 0 33 0 31 0 19 0 16

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WT 1 0.23%

WU 0 0.00%

WR 186 42.96%

40

373 0.871

0 0.000

0.932 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 96 1 89 0 69 0 86 0 104 0 116 0 95 0 83 0

SL ST SR 164 738 1 18.16% 81.73% 0.11% 04:45 PM 12:00 AM 75 401 0 0.670 0.864 0.000 0.869

0 0.000

0 0.000

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.250 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0 0 ET ER 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0 0.00%

ET 0 0.00%

0 0.000

0 0.000

1 0.250

0 0.000

0 0.000

ER 2 100.00%

1 0.250 0.250

0 0.000

172 0.566

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 17 20 12 8 12 9 15 14

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WL 107 42.97% 44 0.733

1 0.250

114 0.864

0.658 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 0 1 WT WR 0 18 0 26 0 18 0 13 0 20 0 9 0 19 0 19 WT 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WR 142 57.03%

61 0.763 0.772

0 0.000

TOTAL 206 234 232 309 326 303 219 232 TOTAL 2061 TOTAL 1170 0.897

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 255 302 274 257 251 304 291 252 TOTAL 2186 TOTAL 1103 0.907


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Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Queens Mirror Cir N City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-009 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 1 1 2 2 0 1 2 3 NL 12 1.85%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Queens Mirror Cir N

NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 58 2 64 2 64 4 78 11 73 10 72 21 60 21 54 41

SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 90 8 106 14 93 11 97 19 113 24 101 23 69 9 56 11

EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 6 1 8 0 13 2 14 2

NT 523 80.83%

NR 112 17.31%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

259 0.887

93 0.567

1 NL 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

0.913 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 1 NT NR 89 16 70 12 105 1 100 2 97 10 123 10 97 2 97 3

NL 5 0.60%

NT 778 92.73%

NR 56 6.67%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 13 6 1 2 8 7 2 3

NU 0 0.00%

04:00 PM - 05:00 PM

3 0.250

364 0.867

31 0.484 0.921

1 SL 3 4 3 9 21 22 25 47 SL 134 13.70% 08:15 AM 115 0.612

08:15 AM - 09:15 AM

6 0.500 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 725 74.13%

SR 119 12.17%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SU 0 0.00%

1 EL 6 7 6 15 25 12 9 7 EL 87 64.44%

ET 42 31.11%

0 0.000

53 0.530

41 0.732

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 8 27 23 21 19 12 17 20

ER 6 4.44%

Queens Mirror Cir N 0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

1 WL 1 0 0 4 6 6 19 35

WESTBOUND 1 1 WT WR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 5 6 3 11 9 11 10 40

WL 71 41.28%

WT 27 15.70%

WR 74 43.02%

0 0.000

66 0.471

27 0.675

68 0.425

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 16 51 7 1 2 17 11 1

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00%

42

339 0.750

67 0.698

0.824 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 81 11 92 10 69 10 86 5 96 4 103 9 104 7 95 8

SL ST SR 42 726 64 5.05% 87.26% 7.69% 04:00 PM 12:00 AM 22 328 36 0.423 0.891 0.818 0.894

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

5 0.625

0.773 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 1 1 9 3 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 0

EL 147 86.98%

ET 17 10.06%

79 0.731

11 0.306

ER 5 2.96%

4 0.333 0.603

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

0.474 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 1 WT WR 0 8 20 56 4 10 1 4 1 3 3 15 1 9 0 0

WL 106 43.98%

WT 30 12.45%

75 0.368

25 0.313

WR 105 43.57%

78 0.348 0.350

0 0.000

TOTAL 169 198 185 241 290 280 249 320 TOTAL 1932 TOTAL 1139 0.890

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 247 356 230 223 243 300 252 230 TOTAL 2081 TOTAL 1056 0.742


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Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Queens Mirror Cir M City: Casselberry Control: 1-Way Stop(EB)

Project ID: 21-130040-010 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 NL 5 0.77%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Queens Mirror Cir M

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 64 0 69 0 68 0 89 0 88 0 84 0 88 0 96 0

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 93 0 108 0 86 1 108 0 116 0 107 0 89 0 94 1

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WESTBOUND 0 0 WT WR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 159 178 157 197 206 194 187 194

EU 0 0.00%

WL 0

WT 0

WR 0

WU 0

TOTAL 1472

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

EBU

WBL

WBU

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WBT WBR WESTBOUND 0 0 WT WR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 221 232 187 183 224 254 214 195

EU 0 0.00%

WL 0

WT 0

WR 0

WU 0

TOTAL 1710

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

NT 646 99.23%

NR 0 0.00%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

349 0.980

0 0.000

1 NL 8 2 2 1 2 0 0 0

0.981 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 103 0 89 0 101 0 101 0 113 0 135 0 93 0 100 0

NL 15 1.76%

NT 835 98.24%

NR 0 0.00%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NU 0 0.00%

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

2 0.250

441 0.817

0 0.000 0.820

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SL 0 0.00% 08:00 AM 0 0.000

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

4 0.500 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 801 99.63%

SR 2 0.25%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 0 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 7 0 2

SU 1 0.12%

EL 0 0.00%

ET 0 0.00%

ER 17 100.00%

Queens Mirror Cir M

41

420 0.905

0 0.000

0.907 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 100 3 136 2 83 0 80 0 108 0 117 0 120 0 93 0

SL ST SR 0 837 5 0.00% 99.41% 0.59% 05:00 PM 12:00 AM 0 438 0 0.000 0.913 0.000 0.913

1 0.250

0 0.000

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0.357 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 0 7 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 2

SU 0 0.00%

EL 0 0.00%

ET 0 0.00%

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

10 0.357

ER 18 100.00%

6 0.750 0.750

0 0.000

TOTAL 784 0.951

TOTAL 887 0.873


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Queens Mirror Cir S City: Casselberry Control: 1-Way Stop(EB)

Project ID: 21-130040-011 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 5 3 6 4 5 10 5 4 NL 42 6.30%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Queens Mirror Cir S

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 67 0 64 0 69 0 82 0 90 0 75 0 84 0 94 0

SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 87 2 107 1 85 2 109 5 109 5 113 4 87 5 97 3

EASTBOUND 0 1 ET ER 0 11 0 6 0 2 0 8 0 6 0 7 0 8 0 5

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WESTBOUND 0 0 WT WR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 176 181 168 210 220 213 194 207

ET 0 0.00%

EU 0 0.00%

WL 0

WT 0

WR 0

WU 0

TOTAL 1569

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

EBU

WBL

WBU

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WBT WBR WESTBOUND 0 0 WT WR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 260 249 207 206 242 259 225 230

EU 0 0.00%

WL 0

WT 0

WR 0

WU 0

TOTAL 1878

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

0 0.000

NT 625 93.70%

NR 0 0.00%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

331 0.919

0 0.000

1 NL 13 9 11 7 3 5 4 9

0.934 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 115 0 95 0 86 0 104 0 109 0 131 0 88 0 103 0

NL 61 6.83%

NT 831 93.06%

NR 0 0.00%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

NU 1 0.11%

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

21 0.583

431 0.823

0 0.000 0.831

0 SL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SL 0 0.00% 08:00 AM 0 0.000

08:00 AM - 09:00 AM

24 0.600 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 794 96.59%

SR 27 3.28%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 SU 1 0.12%

1 EL 4 0 4 2 5 4 4 4 EL 27 33.75%

ER 53 66.25%

Queens Mirror Cir S

41

418 0.925

19 0.950

0.936 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 1 ST SR 105 7 128 5 89 3 79 0 108 7 105 5 119 0 103 1

SL ST SR 0 836 28 0.00% 96.76% 3.24% 05:00 PM 12:00 AM 0 435 13 0.000 0.914 0.464 0.941

1 0.250

15 0.750

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 5 2 5 2 2 3 5 2

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

EL 26 21.49% 12 0.600

0 0.000

29 0.906

0.917 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0 1 ET ER 0 14 0 10 0 13 0 14 0 13 0 10 0 9 0 12 ET 0 0.00% 0 0.000

ER 95 78.51%

44 0.846 0.933

0 0.000

TOTAL 837 0.951

TOTAL 956 0.923


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Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Jasmine Rd City: Casselberry Control: 2-Way Stop(EB/WB)

Project ID: 21-130040-012 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 1 2 0 2 0 1 4 1 NL 11 1.81%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Jasmine Rd

Jasmine Rd

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 48 0 72 0 59 0 82 0 65 0 94 0 79 0 97 0

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 77 19 106 14 103 12 92 14 114 20 101 13 83 18 83 15

EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 1 2 0 3 0 1 0 3 1 2 1 1 0 1 2 2

WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 0 1 1 0 3 1 2 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 3 0

NT 596 98.19%

NR 0 0.00%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

335 0.863

0 0.000

0 NL 5 1 4 1 1 4 1 4

0.870 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 123 4 104 1 108 1 116 1 108 0 136 0 106 0 110 0

NL 21 2.24%

NT 911 97.02%

NR 7 0.75%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 SL 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 2

NU 0 0.00%

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

10 0.625

460 0.846

0 0.000 0.839

0 SL 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 SL 2 0.23% 08:15 AM 1 0.250

08:15 AM - 09:15 AM

6 0.375 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 759 85.67%

SR 125 14.11%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SU 0 0.00%

0 EL 1 2 2 0 4 2 3 2 EL 16 44.44%

ET 5 13.89%

ER 15 41.67%

0 0.000

11 0.688

4 0.500

6 0.750

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 EL 5 6 7 0 6 4 5 5

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

0 WL 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 WL 3 15.79%

WT 13 68.42%

WR 3 15.79%

0 0.000

1 0.250

7 0.583

1 0.250

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 WL 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00%

42

381 0.836

66 0.825

0.836 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 98 6 130 16 81 13 94 7 100 8 124 6 100 13 119 9

SL ST SR 7 846 78 0.75% 90.87% 8.38% 05:00 PM 12:00 AM 4 443 36 0.500 0.893 0.692 0.922

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

EL 38 52.05% 20 0.833

0.750 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 2 2 0 5 0 5 1 5 0 7 0 1 1 3 0 3 ET 4 5.48% 1 0.250

ER 31 42.47%

14 0.500 0.673

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

0.563 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 1 0 WT WR 3 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1

WL 2 13.33%

WT 12 80.00%

2 0.500

4 0.500

WR 1 6.67%

1 0.250 0.583

0 0.000

TOTAL 151 200 181 197 210 213 189 207 TOTAL 1548 TOTAL 819 0.961

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 249 266 222 226 232 279 230 254 TOTAL 1958 TOTAL 995 0.892


National Data & Surveying ServicesIntersection

Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Wilshire Dr City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-013 Date: 3/2/2021

Data - Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

1 NL 0 2 2 0 2 3 0 2 NL 11 2.14%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

Wilshire Dr

Wilshire Dr

NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 49 2 56 2 46 3 62 2 52 1 72 6 64 3 77 5

SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 84 4 112 8 94 8 91 3 105 11 96 7 80 7 85 5

EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 3 0 3 1 1 5 3 4 5 1 5 1 3 2 2 4

WESTBOUND 0.5 0.5 WT WR 15 6 11 4 10 8 9 6 10 3 8 9 12 5 9 6

NT 478 93.18%

NR 24 4.68%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

265 0.860

15 0.625

1 NL 3 2 5 4 5 3 6 3

0.854 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 0 NT NR 123 16 92 16 104 21 105 11 95 21 112 14 96 12 99 26

NL 31 3.12%

NT 826 83.10%

NR 137 13.78%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 SL 8 12 5 6 14 11 10 5

NU 0 0.00%

05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

17 0.708

402 0.897

73 0.702 0.953

1 SL 5 2 2 2 5 2 3 4 SL 25 3.03% 08:15 AM 14 0.700

08:15 AM - 09:15 AM

7 0.583 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

ST 747 90.55%

SR 53 6.42%

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SU 0 0.00%

1 EL 1 4 3 4 6 5 6 7 EL 36 45.57%

ET 25 31.65%

ER 18 22.78%

0 0.000

24 0.857

15 0.750

8 0.500

SBU

EBL

0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 EL 9 5 8 8 7 11 5 3

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

1 WL 10 22 14 13 11 9 7 5 WL 91 40.99%

WT 84 37.84%

WR 47 21.17%

0 0.000

32 0.727

39 0.813

23 0.639

EBU

WBL

0 EU 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 WL 13 11 9 8 7 9 5 11

0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00%

42

366 0.871

30 0.682

0.847 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 1 0 ST SR 84 7 118 8 84 3 88 4 88 10 111 6 92 8 110 8

SL ST SR 71 775 54 7.89% 86.11% 6.00% 05:00 PM 12:00 AM 40 401 32 0.714 0.903 0.800 0.924

SU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

0.904 EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0.5 0.5 ET ER 11 2 8 2 11 2 4 3 10 3 6 2 16 3 13 2

EL 56 35.67%

ET 79 50.32%

26 0.591

45 0.703

ER 19 12.10%

10 0.833 0.844

EU 3 1.91% 0 0.000

0.904 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 0.5 0.5 WT WR 10 11 5 8 7 6 8 6 7 4 3 3 8 5 6 3

WL 73 42.20%

WT 54 31.21%

32 0.727

24 0.750

WR 46 26.59%

15 0.750 0.888

0 0.000

TOTAL 179 227 196 199 212 223 192 211 TOTAL 1639 TOTAL 838 0.939

WBU 0 WU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

TOTAL 299 287 266 255 271 291 266 289 TOTAL 2224 TOTAL 1117 0.960


National Data & Surveying Services

Intersection Turning Movement Count

Location: S Winter Park Dr & Red Bug Lake Rd City: Casselberry Control: Signalized

Project ID: 21-130040-014 Date: 3/2/2021

Total NS/EW Streets:

AM 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00

AM AM AM AM AM AM AM AM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

Headers

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NL 0 0.00%

4:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45

PM PM PM PM PM PM PM PM

TOTAL VOLUMES : APPROACH %'s : PEAK HR : PEAK HR VOL : PEAK HR FACTOR :

S Winter Park Dr

NORTHBOUND 1 2 NT NR 45 42 37 50 41 42 38 54 62 65 51 56 53 49 57 40

SOUTHBOUND 2 0 ST SR 71 0 98 0 88 0 75 2 82 1 69 0 70 3 58 0

NT 384 49.10%

NR 398 50.90%

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NU 0 0.00%

0 NL 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

178 211 0.718 0.812 0.766 NBT NBR NORTHBOUND 1 2 NT NR 83 74 91 107 86 96 80 95 88 131 113 112 76 112 89 109

NL 1 0.06%

NT 706 45.76%

NR 836 54.18%

0 0.000 NBU

SBL

0 NU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 SL 34 53 27 33 38 50 47 36

NU 0 0.00%

04:45 PM - 05:45 PM

1 0.250

357 450 0.790 0.859 0.898

2 SL 19 21 15 18 27 23 22 24 SL 169 21.50% 07:30 AM 81 0.750

07:30 AM - 08:30 AM

0 0.000 NBL

PM

S Winter Park Dr

0 0.000

SL 318 35.81% 04:45 PM 168 0.840

ST 611 77.74% 39

SR 6 0.76% 38

343 3 0.875 0.375 0.897 SBT SBR SOUTHBOUND 2 0 ST SR 59 2 68 5 67 4 65 3 75 7 72 4 62 3 68 5 ST 536 60.36% 292

SR 33 3.72% 289

274 17 0.913 0.607 0.911

Red Bug Lake Rd 0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SU 0 0.00% 45

0 0.000 SBU 0 SU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 SU 1 0.11% 296

0 0.000

0 EL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

EASTBOUND 1 0 ET ER 9 0 12 0 9 0 4 0 15 0 15 0 24 0 10 0

EL ET ER 0 98 0 0.00% 100.00% 0.00% 08:15 AM 0 40 0 0.000 0.667 0.000 0.667 EBL EBT EBR EASTBOUND 0 1 0 EL ET ER 0 20 0 0 23 0 0 28 0 0 28 0 0 24 0 0 38 0 0 23 0 0 18 0 EL ET ER 0 202 0 0.00% 100.00% 0.00% 05:15 PM 0 113 0 0.000 0.743 0.000 0.743

Red Bug Lake Rd 0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 EU 0 0.00%

2 WL 109 117 123 119 124 109 84 69

WESTBOUND 3 0 WT WR 276 15 283 13 282 23 250 21 246 20 251 24 216 17 182 34

WL 854 27.86%

WT 1986 64.80%

0 0.000

483 0.974

EBU

WBL

0 EU 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 WL 69 90 90 76 98 84 82 60

1061 77 0.937 0.837 0.946 WBT WBR WESTBOUND 3 0 WT WR 160 32 212 23 164 17 167 20 177 21 184 25 185 24 127 18

EU 0 0.00% 0 0.000

WR 167 5.45%

WL 649 28.57%

WT 1376 60.56%

WR 180 7.92%

340 0.867

713 90 0.964 0.900 0.969

0 WU 11 2 8 8 10 6 11 2 WU 58 1.89% 28 0.700

TOTAL 597 633 631 589 652 604 549 476 TOTAL 4731 TOTAL 2505 0.961

WBU 0 WU 5 9 7 8 6 11 10 11 WU 67 2.95% 35 0.795

TOTAL 538 681 586 575 665 693 625 542 TOTAL 4905 TOTAL 2558 0.923


Appendix C – Community Feedback


1 Type Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians Another issue – please explain Vehicles – People drive too fast

created_date 2021-04-07 22:45 2021-04-07 22:46 2021-04-07 22:47 2021-04-07 22:48

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-07 22:49

Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Another issue – please explain Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-07 22:50 2021-04-12 14:45 2021-04-12 18:43 2021-04-12 18:45

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-12 20:14

Comment This intersection does not operate well - consider changing People driving do not yield to pedestrians. Lots of golf carts crossing here, mixing with other travel modes. Can you look at other traffic control devices here, like a roundabout? As the roadway widens to provide more lanes at the intersection, there are a lot of vehicle maneuvers as people pick a lane and lots of people speeding to catch the light. I would like to ride my bike beyond the Winter Park Drive corridor. Can you look at connections to SR 436? No pedistrian/bike path Needs crosswalk light difficult to see oncoming traffic here Would love to have a full road verge here to give pedestrians and young bikers a little more separation from the road. The drop off from the curb could send a young inexperienced biker or children that are roughhousing into the street rather quickly.

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-12 20:15 Vehicles still frequently coming into oncoming lane to make illegal left turn into the gas station. A longer turn lane here for those turning on to Crystal Bowl circle during school pick up and dismissal to help keep thru traffic Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location 2021-04-12 20:19 flowing. Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) 2021-04-12 22:56 Another issue – please explain 2021-04-12 23:01 Please no roundabout. Sanford has ruined the drive by the lake. 25 mph zone is too slow and unrealistic for this stretch of NWPD. I'd recommend 35 mph from 434 to the bridge entrance. At the Another issue – please explain 2021-04-13 0:15 bridge we can reduce it back down to 25 mph Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location 2021-04-13 0:20 When your stopped on 7th Street at NWPD, its a bit hard to see cars traveling south On NWPD facing south at Seminola Blvd, the left turn lane needs to be extended much more to the north. Car regularly go against Another issue – please explain 2021-04-13 0:25 oncoming traffic to access the left turn lane. Another issue – please explain 2021-04-13 0:29 Despite the signage, road markings, driver's still continue to violate the no left turn sign. A raised median will stop this. Another issue – please explain 2021-04-13 0:34 Extend the left turn lane. Cars line up in the painted median A signal light would be very useful. 1. It would give walkers/bikers a place to cross NWPD. Currently the kids randomly cross wherever. 2. One of the big problems with school pick-up traffic is parents turning left onto Crystal Bowl. If everyone turned right, a lot issues would be solved. Driver's don't want to turn right because there is not a light and it's hard to turn left on to NWPD

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 0:48

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 0:53

Vehicles – People drive too fast

2021-04-13 1:05

Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks

2021-04-13 1:08

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 1:11

Vehicles – People drive too fast Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians

2021-04-13 12:06 2021-04-13 12:20

Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians

2021-04-13 12:28

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 13:13

Another issue – please explain Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 14:16 2021-04-13 14:17

Bike – Vehicles not sharing the road with bikes

2021-04-13 14:19

Vehicles – Hard to get out of my driveway

2021-04-13 14:19

Vehicles – Hard to get out of my driveway

2021-04-13 14:21 Can't get out of my driveway, why are people allowed to back up on public streets blocking traffic because of picking up kids???

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 14:21

Get rid of the no turn on red LED signal. It's not necessary. Driver's cut through the 950 lot to bypass the light. People drive way too fast especially during hours where school is let off. Cars whip through this area to go up to winter park and don’t always yield or look for children crossing Would like to see more separation between the road and the sidewalk. Kids walk down this sidewalk while cars are driving by. There isn’t a curb or anything to separate the two which would mean a single swerve from a bike or car could injure kids walking to school. During middle school drop off or pick up it is very hard to turn left at this light as there isn’t really a green turn light, only green for going straight and yielding to turn left. Dangerous intersection with turning movements. Has ROW for traffic circle. 1 of 2 major intersections, this one because of the location of 2 schools and student crossings along a busy road. A signalized and very dangerous intersection. Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians, car speeds too high attempting to run yellow lights. All issues for this bisected rift zone. This is a most pedestrian unfriendly intersection. The County & FDOT traffic engineers created a horrible intersection for cars, bikes, and pedestrians. Needs major pedestrian facility investment. Parents parking here is ruining the grass in the park and sidewalks and hard to see kids popping into vehicles. Golf karts must cross diagonally, very hard for them to cross when traffic is moving in either direction. Bike riders need to be protected in there lanes to because these cars sometimes don't see them turning or stopping and can crash and it will be even worse because they are on a bike and its a car like major damage can happen. Crossing guards at either light need to speak to each other when they stop traffic. One will stop the light, while the other turns it green, then it create a bottle neck because the left hand isn't talking to the right hand.

I think that chick-fil-a should have a more organized drive through because there lines be out in the road and some people can hit and crash or walkers may walk in front or a car and get hit. Comments


2 Type

created_date

Comment The crossing guard here, need to "see/know" what the crossing guard at the other school is doing. When one turns the light red, and the other turns the light green, it creates a bottleneck thats not timing well. I think that they should have more space outside for kids to sit and talk because it important for kids to be outside and talk to people instead of having limited time and space to talk and have fun. Both campuses driveways should be connected, if parents are coming in vehicles, then the light on Winter Park Dr should be used for vehicles. If they are walking, they should use the Crystal Bowl entrance for safety. Intimadating area for pedestrian, 4 lanes across, barely ever used, needs a good median with landscaping for safety and slow traffic down. Turning into southbound WPDR is difficult when all your given is a green light or flashing yellow. Because of the hill west of here, and people not clear if they are making a right from Eastbound Seminola, some risky moves are being done. Could just make it a solid red till next cycle.

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 14:23

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 14:24

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 14:24

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 14:26

Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location

2021-04-13 14:29

Another issue – please explain

Consider landscaping, trees at the very beginning of the median. There's a pick up truck commonly seen going over the median to 2021-04-13 14:32 enter Helen Street and it has destroyed the grass there. They live in the first house when you go in.

Another issue – please explain

Northbound has one lane from 436 into SWPDR, but sometimes that "middle lane" that should be turning right onto Red Bug, decides to cut thru traffic and go north instead. Then have a hard time merging into traffic, since we drivers are upset they broke the 2021-04-13 14:38 rules and end up slamming their brakes at the church when they run out of lane and we still refuse for them to jump into our lane.

Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) 2021-04-13 14:39

It is also a very beautiful place, very quiet

Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks

This area could take some landscape islands with crosswalks, theres a big paved median used for random turning lane, but can be cut up and provide safe spaces for pedestrians to cross. When you enter a school there is a small bump/hole and each time when driving in to the car lane it a hard a feeling when you driver 2021-04-13 14:40 over it. 2021-04-13 14:41 Would be nice to see separated sidewalks on either side of this road. And the road leveled out.

Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians

2021-04-13 14:43

People parking on Jefferson/Laurel, where it says "do not park" so they can pick up their kids. Police doing nothing to enforce it, but hard to navigate around parked vehicles when they do not use hazards lights or make it clear they are standing.

Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians

2021-04-13 14:45

I often find myself very close to reckless drivers or people not bothering to stop for the stop sign. because of the bushes on the sides of the sidewalks I cannot always see if there is a car at the stop sign or waiting to turn onto South Winter Park Dr.

Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 15:26 The addition of an elevated pedestrian crosswalk could make crossing the four lanes of Seminola Blvd much easier and safer.

Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 14:39

Another issue – please explain Another issue – please explain

2021-04-13 16:47 People drive right through the stop sign without stopping 2021-04-13 17:23 Road verge ends. More space is needed between pedestrians and vehicles. Need to continue sidewalks on the east side of WPD so pedestrians do not have to cross WPD here with a poorly marked Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks 2021-04-14 13:59 crosswalk. Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians 2021-04-15 4:38 Vehicles frequently go through crosswalk while pedestrians or bikers are crossing, even when crosswalk lights are used We need to add a crossing guard at this crossing due to a large majority of school walkers/bikers crossing here. The vehicles do not Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians 2021-04-16 16:30 always stop at the stop sign or yield to pedestrians and it creates a dangerous area. Also, the people parking here to pick up their kids which is a marked No Parking zone. vehicles should not make any left turn leaving the 7-eleven . too dangerous during school zone times. positive median and positive Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location 2021-04-16 18:48 right turn only or close that exit, entrance only. cant be enforced by leo all day everyday. Bicicleta - vías para bicicletas inadecuadas o faltantes (sender2021-04-19 18:11 potential connection to proposed County trail system 2021-04-20 21:27 potential connection to proposed County trail north from 434 Another issue – please explain 2021-04-21 23:28 Cars honking at other cars doing the speed limit. Also passing in a no passing zone. Another issue – please explain 2021-04-22 12:10 It's hard to see vehicles approaching southbound on NWPD when turning left from Quintuplet Dr Bicicleta - vías para bicicletas inadecuadas o faltantes (sender2021-04-22 18:48 Bike/walking lane is needed It is so dangerous here with a mixture of cars and pedestrians. Children walking/biking to and from school. People exercising on the Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks 2021-04-22 18:50 trail..too close to traffic with no barrier. Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks 2021-04-23 15:06 No sidewalk on east side for this segment Really no need for this center turn lane in this section. Make it a raised / landscaped median or give the space to something else. Another issue – please explain 2021-04-26 14:34 This is just extra pavement and doesn't encourage people to slow down at the trail crossing. Comments


3 Type Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Vehicles – People drive too fast Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location Another issue – please explain Vehicles – People drive too fast Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks Another issue – please explain Another issue – please explain Another issue – please explain Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Another issue – please explain

Comment It would be so good to have an overpass or some type of a connection between Lakemont and Winter Park Drive. A lot of 2021-04-26 15:42 commuters cross counties in here and it is so dangerous to cross 436. In order to connect with the Seminole Bike Trail up in 419 you have to go through hoops and loops on the bike. Crossing 434 is 2021-04-26 15:46 super dangerous. Most cyclist take 434 for a little bit to grab Edgemon Ave north. It would be awesome to be able to continue straight through the Golf Course and connect with the bike trail . 2021-04-26 17:41 There is quite a bit of ROW on the right side of WPDR, if you create a dedicated right turn lane to EB Seminola then drivers wouldn't 2021-04-27 15:04 have to cut through the 7-11 parking lot. Currently, if ONE car is waiting NB WPDR then it blocks other vehicles from making a right onto EB Seminola, and drivers will use the 7-11 to avoid all this. 2021-04-30 0:05 Poor lighting at crosswalk 2021-04-30 23:05 Raised intersection opportunity 2021-05-01 21:01 Sidewalk broken,uneven. No bike area 2021-05-25 15:25 Unsafe, uncomfortable crosswalk (for peds, bikes, and golf carts) 2021-05-25 15:26 No sidewalk on east side here 2021-05-25 15:26 Opportunity for wider sidewalk/shared use path on west side 2021-05-25 15:27 Do we really need bidirectional turn lane for this stretch? Roundabout here could make it safer and more comfortable for everyone, including people walking and driving. Also would free up 2021-05-25 15:31 space to widen sidewalks on one or both sides of the road between Paul McClure/Park and Moonluster/Quintuplet Maybe sacrifice bike lanes on one or both sides to devote extra space to shared use path on west side and 6 ft sidewalk on east 2021-05-25 15:33 side created_date

2021-05-25 15:35 Roundabout here (peanut or oval) could make it safer for people driving and provide safe crossing opportunities for people walking

Bidirectional turn lane not needed here. Could remove to shorten crossing distance and add raised crosswalks (two are proposed 2021-05-25 15:38 with Wheel Park but narrowing the road is not included in that project). Could use the freed up space for protected bike lanes or shared use paths on one or both sides. Dangerous location for everyone. Roundabout could make this safer and more comfortable for people walking, driving, and biking, Another issue – please explain 2021-05-25 15:40 especially considering future Wheel Park. Another issue – please explain 2021-05-25 15:42 Inadequate lighting and lack of crosswalks Another issue – please explain 2021-05-25 15:43 Simplify trail crossing - very awkward currently. Possibly replace with more direct, raised crosswalk. Speed limit changes along the corridor are confusing and unsafe...why are there higher speed limits where kids are walking to Vehicles – People drive too fast 2021-05-25 15:45 school? Consider designing and posting the ENTIRE corridor for a consistent 25 mph. Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) 2021-05-25 15:48 Sidestreet crossings on bike at the "flower" streets are uncomfortable. Could raised crosswalks for the sidestreets help? Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks

Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks

2021-05-25 15:49 Fill in trail gap between Cannon crossing and Lilac on west side - make 10 ft shared use path if it will fit without removing nice trees

Another issue – please explain

2021-05-25 15:51

Another issue – please explain Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks

2021-05-25 15:52 2021-05-25 15:54

Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks

2021-05-25 15:55

Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) 2021-05-25 15:57

Roundabout here with raised crosswalks could make this safer and more comfortable for everyone. Wilshire Dr could accommodate bike lanes, and "bike bailouts" could make for safe crossings at the intersection Generally lighting is insufficient along the entire corridor, especially at crosswalks... Raised crosswalk here would be nicer than just striping No crosswalks here - raised intersection might slow cars down and provide safe crossing opportunity... long stretches on N Winter Park Dr with no crosswalks!! Unprotected bike lanes insufficient. It would be more comfortable to replace with shared use path on one or both sides. Would be nice to have continuous shared use path at least on west side from SR 434 to Cannon Way Hard to get across fast enough in a wheelchair. Very uncomfortable intersection overall. Also needs lighting upgrades. Need another crosswalk between signalized Crystal Bowl and Quintuplet. Preferably raised and well lit. All corners are bad but this one has a huge radius so people don't slow down when turning right if they have the green. Also need blank out sign to restrict right turns when someone is in the crosswalk. Generally this is a very awkward intersection with many conflicting movements The skew of this intersection is awkward. Could be realigned for better visibility and reducing pedestrian crossing distances. Possibly raised intersection. It is very uncomfortable to bike section from Seminola to 7th St in the road. Would prefer wider sidewalk or shared use path at least on one side. Drivers are impatient and have no good opportunities to safely pass.

Another issue – please explain Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks

2021-05-25 15:58 2021-05-25 18:33

Ped – Vehicles not yielding to pedestrians

2021-05-25 18:37

Another issue – please explain

2021-05-25 18:39

Another issue – please explain

2021-05-25 18:41

Bike – Vehicles not sharing the road with bikes

2021-05-25 18:43

Another issue – please explain

2021-05-25 18:46 SE corner at this intersection has large radius for no clear reason- could be tightened up for shorter, safer pedestrian crossing

Another issue – please explain

2021-05-25 18:49

If roundabout won't work then maybe consider raised intersection and tightened corner radii to reduce crossing distances and vehicle speeds (but keep in mind heavy vehicles enter and leave 7th St from Public Works) Comments


4 Type Ped – Inadequate, missing, or unsafe crosswalks Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks Another issue – please explain Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks Another issue – please explain Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location Vehicles – Hard to get out of my driveway Vehicles – Hard to turn from this location Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Vehicles – People drive too fast Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Bike – Inadequate or missing bikeways (trails, bike lanes, etc) Ped – Inadequate or missing sidewalks

Comment Need another crosswalk across SR 434 on west side of intersection. Also generally this intersection is very awkward for people 2021-05-25 18:55 biking. Bike boxes on one or more legs might help with positioning (at least as an interim improvement and/or in addition to shared use paths) created_date

2021-05-25 19:09

Lots of pedestrian "desire" lines from Helen St but much of this property appears to be private. Still might be some opportunities for improvements within the right of way and/or coordination with property owner for more formal pedestrian connection

Sidewalks are skinny and have ADA issues. May be opportunity to "sacrifice" the bike lanes in order to widen sidewalks on one or 2021-05-25 19:15 both sides so they could serve as shared use paths, especially between Queens Mirror and Crystal Bowl signals where lots of school kids walking. 2021-05-25 19:17 Much of the corridor needs more shade for people walking - if not more trees then maybe occasional shade structures? 2021-05-25 19:20 No accessible path from Winter Park Dr to this shopping center 2021-05-25 19:23 It's too far to walk to a LYNX bus from here When coming up on this intersection, some cars may be blocking a right turn so I have to wait for the light to change to green before 2021-05-26 17:22 I'm able to turn When coming from Timberlane Trl, I cannot turn left, which is inconvenient because I have to u-turn down the road to the right to 2021-05-26 17:27 then go on 17 92. I would love it if I was allowed to turn left here. Thanks! When coming up on this intersection, some cars may be blocking a right turn so I have to wait for the light to change to green before 2021-05-26 17:22 I'm able to turn 2021-06-02 20:47 There is a sharrow, but high speed & high volume cars make it uncomfortable for most bicyclists. 2021-06-02 20:49 Not sure how to punch through, but this would be a great spot for a north/south trail. Excellent spot for a gateway roundabout. Near the future park, so good to get people moving slow. Elevation differences will 2021-06-02 20:50 increase the construction costs. 2021-06-02 20:54 Coordinate with Duke, County & Winter Springs on a trail along the powerline. Consider a roundabout here. 2021-06-02 20:55 Coordiante with Duke for a trail along the powerline east to Hayes 2021-06-02 21:02 Sidewalk needed. Kids walk along here every school day.

Comments


Appendix D – ADA Assessment


Winter Park Drive Casselberry, Florida

ACCESSIBILITY STUDY

July 14, 2021

Project No: 11411.00


WINTER PARK DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY STUDY Casselberry, Florida

July 14, 2021

Prepared For:

City of Casselberry

Prepared By:

2948 E. Livingston Street, Suite 100 Orlando, Florida 32803

_________________________ Lori Treviranus, PE Florida Registration Number 73684


TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................... 2 EXISTING CONDITIONS ...................................................................................................................... 4 CRITERIA................................................................................................................................................ 5 ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENT........................................................................................................ 6 CONCLUSIONS ................................................................................................................................... 11 APPENDIX A – CITY OF CASSELBERRY ADA TRANSITION PLAN......................................... I APPENDIX B – FIELD REVIEW PHOTOS ....................................................................................... II APPENDIX C – FIELD REVIEW EXHIBITS ..................................................................................... III APPENDIX D – PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS COST ESTIMATE ........................................... IV

LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1: Project Location .......................................................................................................... 3

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INTRODUCTION KEITH was retained by the City of Casselberry to complete an accessibility assessment for the Winter Park Drive Complete Street Project in Casselberry, Florida. The study corridor is approximately 3.75 miles with a varying typical section. The adjacent uses in the corridor vary, including commercial, residential, natural space, recreational, and educational uses. Figure 1 shows an aerial view of the project location. The purpose of this analysis was to evaluate the necessary upgrades to bring the roadway corridor into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Proposed Public Rights-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG). KEITH performed field reviews to evaluate the following: •

Measurement of existing sidewalk widths, cross slopes, and longitudinal slopes

Vertical deflections/tripping hazards

Curb ramp configuration and slopes

Driveways

Curb inlets

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Figure 1: Project Location

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EXISTING CONDITIONS This roadway has a varying typical section, and each is described below. Red Bug Lake Rd. to Cannon Way: This corridor is a six-lane configuration, with two (2) northbound through lanes, two (2) southbound through lanes, and two (2) southbound left turn lanes. There is a raised median, curb and gutter, and sidewalk on both sides of the road. The current posted speed limit is 30 miles per hour. Adjacent uses are commercial in nature as this segment is adjacent to the Red Bug Lake Road/SR436 flyover. Cannon Way to Marigold Rd.: This portion of the corridor begins as a three-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and a bidirectional center turn lane. There is curb and gutter on both sides of the road. North of Hibiscus Rd., the roadway narrows to a two-lane configuration. Continuous sidewalk exists on the west side of the road. Portions of sidewalk exist on the east side of the road, with a gap in sidewalk from Wilshire Dr. to Lilac Rd. The adjacent land uses in this segment are residential homes. Marigold Rd. to Queens Mirror Circle: This corridor is a two-lane configuration with flush shoulders and sidewalk on the west side of the road. There is no sidewalk on the east side of the road. The adjacent land use is vacant land in the natural condition. Queens Mirror Circle to Park Ave.: This corridor is a three-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and a bidirectional center/left turn lane. Continuous sidewalk exists on the west side of the road. Sidewalk exists north of the signalized intersection of Winter Park Dr. and the northern terminus of Queens Mirror Circle. The adjacent land use is the Casselberry Golf Club golf course, as well as residential uses. South Seminole Academy and Casselberry Elementary School are accessed via the Queens Mirror Circle signal. Park Ave. to Paul McClure Dr.: This corridor is a three-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and a bidirectional center/left turn lane. Continuous sidewalk exists on both sides of the road. The adjacent land use is residential. Paul McClure Dr. to Seminola Blvd.: This corridor is a two-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and a median for the majority of the segment with multiple exclusive left or right turn lanes. Continuous sidewalk exists on the west side of the corridor. There is no sidewalk on the east side of the corridor. The adjacent land use is residential and open space.

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Seminola Blvd. to Gee Creek Lane: This corridor is a two-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and curb and gutter. Continuous sidewalk exists on both sides of the corridor. The adjacent land use is residential and open space. Gee Creek Lane to Belle Ave.: North of the bridge, the corridor widens to a three-lane typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and curb and gutter. Continuous sidewalk exists on both sides of the corridor. The adjacent land use is commercial and open space. Belle Ave. to SR 434: This corridor is a two-lane divided typical section, with one (1) lane in each travel direction and curb and gutter. Continuous sidewalk exists on both sides of the corridor. The adjacent land use is commercial and residential.

CRITERIA The ADA ensures equal opportunity for people with disabilities within public accommodations and transportation. The City of Casselberry developed an ADA Transition Plan (Draft December 2020) that was reviewed as part of this analysis. The Transition Plan is included as Appendix A. The 2016 Manual of Uniform Minimum Standards for Design, Construction and Maintenance for Streets and Highways (Florida Greenbook) was also utilized for this analysis. Additionally, the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) was consulted. As stated in the City’s ADA Transition Plan, the City desires to bring the Winter Park Drive corridor into compliance with its Healthy Community Complete Streets Policy. This report identifies deficiencies in the corridor and recommended improvements to achieve that goal. •

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Sidewalks o Minimum 36” width (32” for a maximum length of 24” is permissible at constriction points) o Cross slope cannot exceed 2.0% o Contain no trip hazard greater than 1/4 inch o Edge protection must be provided at drop offs greater than 10 inches Driveways o Must contain a passable sidewalk with a cross slope less than 2.0% Curb Ramps o Must direct a mobility-disabled person to travel safely from the sidewalk on one side of the street to the other side o 36” minimum width o Slope cannot exceed 8.33% o Flares cannot exceed 10.0% o Must contain a detectable warning surface of contrasting color Crosswalks WINTER PARK DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY STUDY

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o Must wholly contain curb ramps on both sides of the road o Shall be marked with pavement markings consistent with its placement Signalized intersections with pedestrian crossings o Must have ADA compliant push button detectors o Detector must be at a level landing o No further than 10” from the sidewalk edge o No further than 10’ of the edge of curb ramp o Must be oriented such that the face of the push button is parallel to the crosswalk being actuated

ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENT The following assessment of the corridor begins at the south end of the corridor and proceeds to the north. The field review photos are included as Appendix B, and the roadway sheets showing the index of field review photos are included as Appendix C. Roadway Plan Sheet 1: The north leg of the Winter Park Dr. and Red Bug Lake Rd. intersection does not require any upgrades. Crosswalk markings are recommended for the driveway on the east side of the road (Photo 5). Roadway Plan Sheet 2: There is a sight distance concern on the east side of the corridor at the Greenway Bike Trail/utility driveway (Callout 7). Landscape trimming and adjustment of the stop sign to the west are recommended to address this concern. The curb ramp at this location should be reconstructed to be realigned (Photo 8). Roadway Plan Sheet 3: Sidewalk widths were measured throughout the corridor at apparent “pinch” points. In locations such as Photo 9, the sidewalk does meet the minimum required width. Ponding at several curb ramps and inlets was noted (Photo 10). During final design, the gutter profile and existing drainage system should be analyzed to determine the feasibility of adding inlets or adjusting gutter profile to address this issue. The detectable warning surface (DWS) in Photo 11 should be widened to the full width of the curb ramp. The trees in the corridor have lifted sidewalks and caused a tripping hazard. Panels should be replaced and root pruning performed to address this (Photo 13). Locations of damaged/cracked sidewalks should be replaced to eliminate tripping hazards (Photo 15). The curb ramp at the NW quadrant of the Brighton Rd. intersection is combined with the adjacent driveway. They should be separated to avoid confusion (Photo 16). Roadway Plan Sheet 4: There are no pedestrian signal features at the intersection of Wilshire Dr. (Callout 18). There is no crosswalk marked across the south leg of the intersection. There are WINTER PARK DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY STUDY

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inlets at both locations where proposed ramps should be located, and thus would have to be relocated (Photo 19). The curb ramp shown in Photo 20 should be directionalized to guide the user across the intersection. On the north side of the Wilshire Rd. intersection, the sidewalk ends on the east side of the road (Photo 22). It appears that there is available right-of-way (R/W) to add sidewalk in this area. The sidewalk could be designed to avoid most obstacles, such as street lights and trees, pending final R/W determination. Roadway Plan Sheet 5: No photo references. Roadway Plan Sheet 6: In the vicinity of Lilac Rd., the adjacent properties are higher elevations compared to Winter Park Dr. (Photo 25). Grading onto the adjacent private property may be required to construct the sidewalk in this area. The curb ramp on the west side of the road at the Marigold Rd. intersection should be directionalized. Beginning north of Marigold Rd. on the east side of the corridor, there is no sidewalk present (Photo 31). There is a drainage ditch paralleling the roadway, leaving a small footprint available for adding sidewalk. Any sidewalk constructed along this portion of the roadway would likely require retaining wall, handrail, and permitting. The wider sidewalk provided on the west side of the road is sufficient to provide compliant passage through this segment of the corridor. Roadway Plan Sheet 7: The abandoned driveway shown in Photo 32 should be removed. North of this location, the sidewalk is directly adjacent to the roadway on the west side of the corridor. There is no pedestrian protection, with the exception of the bicycle lane (Photo 34). Per Greenbook Chapter 8, Section 4.C.2.a, the sidewalk should be placed at least five feet (5’) from the shoulder point on a flush shoulder roadway. However, to relocate the entire segment of sidewalk outside that distance would require earthwork, retaining walls, pedestrian handrail, and permitting. Roadway Plan Sheet 8: Pedestrian handrail should be added in the vicinity of the existing guardrail in the area of Photos 35 and 36. Portions of the sidewalk in the area of Photo 37 exceed allowable cross slope requirements, necessitating replacement of several panels and minor regrading. Roadway Plan Sheet 9: Lifted panels of sidewalk due to tree roots should be replaced (Photo 38). Roadway Plan Sheet 10: Lifted panels of sidewalk due to tree roots should be replaced (Photos 39 & 40). The curb ramp at the Queens Mirror Circle exceeds the allowable slope and should be

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replaced (Photo 41). The curb ramp shown in Photo 42 should be separated to be directional. In the vicinity of Queens Mirror Circle, school traffic was observed at the peak dismissal hours. Law enforcement officers were present in the vicinity along with crossing guards at the intersection. Roadway Plan Sheet 11: The curb ramp at the SE quadrant of the intersection should be separated and directionalized (Photo 45). Settling around the curb inlet in Photo 46 has caused a tripping hazard, and these sidewalk panels should be replaced (Photo 46). Beginning north of Queens Mirror Circle, driveways are found to be deficient for the traversable pedestrian facility. This will necessitate the replacement of these driveway aprons, and in some cases may require grading behind the back of existing sidewalk for harmonization (Photos 47 and 48). The ped button in the northwest quadrant of the intersection (Photo 44A) is not ADA compliant. It is neither parallel to the sidewalk nor on a level landing. The ped buttons on other quadrants are also not ADA compliant because they are not parallel to the sidewalk (Photos 45A, 46A, 47A). Roadway Plan Sheet 12: Many DWS in the corridor are damaged or do not meet criteria, and should be replaced (Photo 49). Broken sidewalk panels should be replaced to remove tripping hazards (Photo 50). Drop offs behind the sidewalk less than 10” are not required to be addressed but could cause a hazard for some users. Conditions such as that shown in Photo 52 can be addressed with minor grading and/or sod behind the sidewalk. Some private landscaping has overgrown the existing sidewalk and should be trimmed (Photo 53). Roadway Plan Sheet 13: The pedestrian refuge shown in Photo 56 does not provide sufficient protection for waiting users. This island could be reconfigured to provide curb ramp protection but would require relocating the pedestrian signal as well. The pedestrian push button exceeds the criteria for distance to the curb ramp in Photo 59 and should be relocated closer. Settling around the inlet shown in Photo 61 requires replacing adjacent sidewalk panels. Roadway Plan Sheet 14: There is a drop off behind the sidewalk so handrail should be installed. There are also broken sidewalk panels in this location (Photo 62). The driveway apron shown in Photo 63 does meet criteria for accessible/traversable path. Many driveways, such as that shown in Photo 65, meet the required accessible path for 3’ wide and less than 2% cross slope, but have steep wings. Consideration should be given to reconfiguring these driveways. Roadway Plan Sheet 15: There is a drop off behind the sidewalk so handrail should be installed (Photos 66 and 68). The ramp shown in Photo 67 should be directionalized. Settling at the inlet shown in Photo 69 requires replacing the adjacent sidewalk panels. The curb ramp in the same

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photo should be realigned to direct the user to cross the side street. The utility box shown in Photo 70 should be adjusted vertically to remove the tripping hazard. Roadway Plan Sheet 16: Sidewalk panels should be replaced to remove tripping hazards (Photo 71). North of Quintuplet Drive on the east side of the road, there is no sidewalk. The property at 19 N. Winter Park Dr. has installed significant landscaping within the public R/W. In order to construct sidewalk in this area, coordination with the property owner should occur if the sidewalk would be constructed behind the existing curb. Alternatively, there is pavement not being utilized for vehicular traffic in this area. Pedestrian barrier could be constructed to facilitate a pedestrian path across the frontage of this property and begin traditional sidewalk construction where more R/W is available. Between approximately Sta. 86+80 and 105+80, R/W exists to construct sidewalk adjacent to the curb. There is a slope within this footprint for a portion of the corridor that may require earthwork to construct the sidewalk. Apparent R/W exists that would allow this work to occur within the public R/W, but would need to be researched fully during design. The roadside ditch would need to be regraded in some locations, and due to its proximity to the potential sidewalk, handrail would be required as well. Mailboxes and streetlights are found within this footprint as well, so the sidewalk would need to be designed to accommodate those. On the west side of the corridor, the existing sidewalk was noted to exceed allowable cross slope. Panels in this area should be replaced and regraded (Photo 73). Roadway Plan Sheet 17: Sidewalk panels should be replaced to remove tripping hazards (Photo 74). There is a slope behind the sidewalk in the vicinity of the existing handrail (Photo 75) but the handrail is located downslope. The handrail should be located closer to the back of sidewalk. A long stretch of the sidewalk in this area (approximately Sta. 91+00 – 96+00) exceeds the allowable cross slope and should be reconstructed (Photo 76). Roadway Plan Sheet 18: A drop off exists along the sidewalk in the vicinity of Photo 78. The landscaping is very overgrown in this area, but a handrail should be installed to protect from the drop off. Roadway Plan Sheet 19: Sidewalk panels should be replaced to remove tripping hazards (Photo 81). The handrail in Photo 82 should be extended to protect the portion of drop off adjacent to the sidewalk. The driveway in Photo 84 should be reconfigured to provide an accessible pathway. Roadway Plan Sheet 20: The existing water valve in the driveway should be adjusted to avoid the tripping hazard in the crosswalk (Photo 86). The driveway pavement in this location is also lower than the curb ramp, causing a 2” tripping hazard. Consider resurfacing in this area to

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address the tripping hazard (Photo 88). The curb ramps at N. Triplet Lake Dr. should be directionalized (Photo 92). The curb ramps at the Seminola Blvd. intersection should be reconstructed to directionalize them (Photos 92, 94, & 95). The crosswalk on Seminola Blvd. is approximately 125’ long, crossing the west leg of the intersection. Consideration should be given to installing a pedestrian refuge in the median, similar to that found on the east leg of the intersection (Photo 93). The ped button in the southeast quadrant is not on level landing and therefore not ADA compliant (Photo 91A). The ped button in the northeast quadrant (Photo 95A) is not parallel to the sidewalk and therefore not ADA compliant. Roadway Plan Sheet 24: Soil is eroding onto the sidewalk in the vicinity of Photo 96, causing the sidewalk to be slippery when dry. Consider constructing a curb behind the sidewalk to prevent further erosion. Roadway Plan Sheet 25: The existing ramp should be reconstructed to directionalize it (Photo 97). Roadway Plan Sheet 26: Soil is eroding onto the sidewalk in the vicinity of Photo 98, causing the sidewalk to be slippery when dry. Consider constructing a curb behind the sidewalk to prevent further erosion. Roadway Plan Sheet 27: The curb ramp at the NE quadrant of the 7th St. intersection leads users into the intersection. There is an existing driveway with a wide flare that could be reduced to allow the ramp to be realigned for proper direction (Photo 99). There is a pinch point in the ramp on the NW quadrant of the Gee Creek Lane intersection (Photo 100). The apparent R/W appears to be significantly west of this ramp, indicating that there would be room to reconstruct the ramp to meet criteria. The handrail located in Photo 102 should be extended south to address the drop off issue at the back of sidewalk. Roadway Plan Sheet 28: There is a panel of sidewalk that is lifted, causing a tripping hazard, that should be replaced (Photo 104). Damaged handrail should be replaced (Photo 105). Roadway Plan Sheet 30: The existing ramp at the NE quadrant of Belle Ave. is a very wide ramp, encompassing the entire curb ramp. The ramp should be reconstructed to be more directional and the DWS adjusted accordingly (Photo 106). Roadway Plan Sheet 32: Soil is eroding onto the sidewalk in the vicinity of Photo 107, causing the sidewalk to be slippery when dry. Consider constructing a curb behind the sidewalk to prevent further erosion.

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Roadway Plan Sheet 33: There is a drop off at the front of the sidewalk as shown in Photo 109. This can be resolved by adding sod in the area to reduce the drop off. Roadway Plan Sheet 34: There is a drop off behind the sidewalk in the area of Photo 110. Handrail should be added to protect from this drop off. Due to the drop off in the area of Photo 111, handrail should be extended behind the sidewalk. Roadway Plan Sheet 35: There is a drop off behind the sidewalk (Photo 113). The existing landscape functions as a visual barrier, but the drop off can be remedied with sod installation. The curb ramp on the south side of the Helen St. intersection should be realigned to lead the user across the crosswalk. The DWS on the north curb ramp should be replaced (Photo 115). Roadway Plan Sheet 36: The existing driveway in Photo 116 is blocked by a permanent fence and could be removed to avoid confusion for the sidewalk user. The curb ramp at the SW quadrant of the SR 434 intersection should be reconfigured to provide a compliant landing (Photo 117) due to the handrail at the back of sidewalk. This ramp is on a State roadway and will require coordination with FDOT to adjust. The ped button in the southeast quadrant of the intersection is not parallel to the sidewalk and is therefore not ADA compliant (Photo 118A).

CONCLUSIONS An assessment of the existing features in the corridor found locations to be improved to bring the entire corridor into compliance with accessibility criteria. Proposed improvements include: •

Signing and pavement marking

Landscape maintenance

Curb ramp construction

Detectable warning surface installation

Sidewalk construction

Pedestrian signal improvements

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Pavement milling and resurfacing

Sod installation

A cost estimate for the required improvements is included in Appendix D. The proposed improvements appear to be constructable within the existing right-of-way.

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APPENDIX A – CITY OF CASSELBERRY ADA TRANSITION PLAN

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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Evaluation and Transition Plan

Prepared for:

City of Casselberry Public Works

95 Triplet Lake Drive, Casselberry, FL 32707

Transportation Planning and Engineering Services Continuing Services Contract Contract No. SOQ-2017-0225

Prepared by: Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. 225 East Robinson Street, Suite 300 Orlando, FL 32801

December 2020

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Table of Contents

Report Objectives...................................................................................................................... 3 Exhibit A – City of Casselberry Building Facilities ...................................................................... 3 Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 4 Evaluation Criteria for Pedestrian Facilities .................................................................................. 5 Sidewalks ............................................................................................................................. 5 Pedestrian Curb Ramps .......................................................................................................... 6 Detectable Warning Surface.................................................................................................... 6 Crosswalks............................................................................................................................ 7 Bus Stops.............................................................................................................................. 7 Pedestrian Push Button .......................................................................................................... 8 Pedestrian Signs .................................................................................................................... 8 Pedestrian Signal Heads ......................................................................................................... 8 Exhibit B - Evaluation Checklist ............................................................................................. 9 Pedestrian Safety Improvements Prioritization Procedure ............................................................10 Pedestrian Route Proximity ...................................................................................................10 Pedestrian Potential Model ...................................................................................................10 Existing Conditions................................................................................................................10 Pedestrian-Auto Crash History................................................................................................11 Socio-Economic Data.............................................................................................................11 Exhibit C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary..........................................................12 Evaluation Criteria for Public Building Facilities............................................................................26 Public Building Facilities Assessment.......................................................................................26 ADA Improvement Plan ............................................................................................................27 Development of Improvement Costs .......................................................................................27 Exhibit D – City of Casselberry Facilities .................................................................................28 Pedestrian Facilities ADA Improvement Plan............................................................................28 Public Building Facilities ADA Improvement Plan ......................................................................28 ADA Improvement Plan Funding Summary ..............................................................................28 Exhibit E - 20-Year Improvement Plan for Sidewalks ................................................................29 Exhibit F - Improvement Plan for Public Building Facilities .......................................................31 Appendix

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Report Objectives VHB was tasked with evaluating and assisting with the City of Casselberry’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition plan to ensure the City of Casselberry’s continuous compliance progress with ADA standards. The goal of this report was to identify building and pedestrian facilities to be included in the transition plan, create a methodology for identifying deficiencies of pedestrian facilities that will be utilized by the City of Casselberry and VHB, and set criteria for prioritizing pedestrian facilities to be analyzed and apply the criteria to formulate the City’s ADA Transition Plan. The procedure for identification of deficiencies includes the use of federal and state standards and guidelines of design necessary for pedestrian facilities. Prioritization of these pedestrian facilities was created using a “needs based” approach to determining what existing pedestrian facilities require evaluation and improvements within the City of Casselberry. The facilities evaluated for this report include all pedestrian facilities within the City of Casselberry rightof-way as well as the public building facilities listed in Exhibit A.

Exhibit A – City of Casselberry Building Facilities

Facility Name Art House City Hall Dew Drop Park Golf Course Clubhouse Lake Hodge Park Police Department Public Works Administration Recreation Center Secret Lake Restrooms Wirz Park

Address 127 Quail Pond Circle 95 Triplet Lake Drive 1309 Avalon Boulevard 300 S. Triplet Lake Drive 870 Osceola Trail 4195 S US Highway 17-92 95 Triplet Lake Drive 200 N Triplet Lake Drive 200 N Triplet Lake Drive 806 Mark David Boulevard

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Introduction The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits discrimination and ensures equal opportunity for persons with disabilities in employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation. The ADA mandates that entities having 50 or more employees must perform a self-evaluation of all public facilities and the services offered by the entity to determine ADA compliance. Further, an ADA Transition Plan is required to be developed to address the removal of any accessibility barriers or ADA compliance issues discovered during the self- assessment process. The ADA Transition Plan establishes a list of improvements necessary to achieve full accessibility of the City’s existing facilities and services. The Plan will be worked on over time based on available resources as established by the City until all work is complete and full accessibility is reached. The 2010 DOJ and 2006 DOT Standards set minimum requirements for newly designed, constructed, or altered facilities to be readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. Both the 2010 DOJ and 2006 DOT Standards are based on the United States Access Board’s ADA Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) for new construction. The applicable evaluation criteria for this report were generated using the 2010 ADA standards for Accessible Design. In addition, the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) was also utilized to review existing conditions of traffic control devices used by pedestrians. The purpose of these reviews was to compare existing conditions against the 2010 ADA standard for Accessible Design and 2009 MUTCD and document noted deficiencies. The MUTCD is the national standard for all traffic control devices on public streets and private roads open to public travel. It is published by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) under 23 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 655, Subpart F. A final rule adopting the 2009 Edition of the MUTCD was published in the federal register in December 2009, and final rules adopting Revision 1 and 2 were published in the federal Register in May 2012.

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Evaluation Criteria for Pedestrian Facilities The basis of the evaluation criteria was developed from the 2009 MUTCD and 2010 ADA standards for Accessible Design and supplemented by the 2018 FDOT Design Manual (FDM). The City has adopted the draft PROWAG (Public Rights-of-Way Accessibility Guidelines) standards as part of its Healthy Community Complete Streets Policy and Design Guidelines and should strive to meet those standards where practicable. The criteria are described below and in Exhibit B for Governing standard checklist.

Sidewalks

In accordance with the ADAAG, pedestrian sidewalks with public access must maintain a minimum 36” width for all continuous runs, and a minimum width of 32” for a maximum length of 24” at any present obstructions or locations of reduced passage width. Sidewalk cross-slopes, or slopes perpendicular to the direction of travel, must not exceed 0.02 (1:50). Pedestrian sidewalks are to contain no vertical change, or trip hazard, greater than ¼-inches in height. Common trip hazard conditions observed in sidewalks include buckled bricks, cracks, curb without ramps, tree roots, planter grates, heaving and settlement of concrete slabs, utility pull boxes, and uneven transitions. Acceptable sidewalk edge protection, either in the form of handrails or raised curb, must be provided for all existing drop-offs larger than 10” as well. At all crossings of pedestrian sidewalks and driveways—residential or commercial—a level area of sidewalk must be provided for passage across with a cross-slope no greater than 0.02.

Figure 1

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Pedestrian Curb Ramps

A pedestrian curb ramp is required at all locations wherever an accessible route, namely a sidewalk or pedestrian walkway crosses a curb, per ADA standards. Curb ramps are to be placed to enable a person with a mobility disability to travel safely from a sidewalk on one side of the street to the other, without obstruction. While curb ramps often vary in geometry and style, each is comprised of three typical components—as illustrated in Figure 2—the landing, the flares, and the ramp. In accordance with the ADAAG, pedestrian curb ramps must be a minimum of 36” in width, with a running ramp slope no greater than 1:12. Additionally, flare or transition slopes for curb ramps cannot exceed 1:10. Each pedestrian curb ramp must also include a flat landing area with the minimum dimensions of 36” in length by the width of the curb ramp. Figure 2

Detectable Warning Surface

Required by the ADAAG, detectable warning surfaces (DWS) are to be provided at all hazardous vehicular areas defined where a walk crosses or adjoins a vehicular way, and the walking surface is not separated with either curbs, railings or other elements between the pedestrian and vehicular areas. This means detectable warning surfaces are to be provided at all points in which pedestrians are made to cross the potential path of a vehicle. Detectable warning surfaces shall consist of raised truncated domes of a 0.9” nominal diameter, a nominal height of 0.2”, and a center-to-center spacing of 1.6” to 2.4” as shown in Figure 3. Furthermore, detectable warning surface shall be of contrasting color to the adjacent walking surface.

Figure 3 Detectable warnings surfaces on pedestrian curb ramps shall spread the full width of the curb ramp with a minimum depth of 24” extending from the curb line. At high traffic volume driveway sidewalk crossings,

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detectable warning surfaces shall cover the width of the sidewalk at the crossing and a minimum depth of 24” from the edge of driveway.

Crosswalks

Per ADAAG, crosswalk pavement markings associated with pedestrian curb ramps shall wholly contain both curb ramps on either side of the roadway crossing. Crosswalk pavement markings shall consist of solid white lines no less than 6” or greater than 24” in width. The gap between transverse pavement markings should be no less than 6’ in width. At all controlled intersections, crosswalk markings should be placed a minimum of 4’ in advance of the stop bar. When the high-emphasis, high-visibility crosswalk type is utilized, longitudinal lines should be 12” to 24” in width, spaced at minimum 12” to a maximum 60” apart center-to-center. See Figure 4 for crosswalk layout. Figure 4

Bus Stops

A firm stable surface is required for all locations where boarding and alighting of bus transit occurs within the public entity’s control, according to AAGA. Bus boarding and alighting areas shall provide an area of 96” perpendicular to the roadway and 60” parallel to the roadway, and shall be connected to streets, sidewalks, or pedestrian paths. See Figure 5 for the layout of the boarding and alighting area.

Figure 5

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Pedestrian Push Button

Signalized intersections with pedestrian crossings are required to include ADA compliant push button detectors to actuate the “WALK” function for crossing the roadway. The push button detector can be one of two types: (1) standard or (2) accessible—providing information in non-visual formats such as audible tones, messages or vibrations. Per ADAAG, the push button detector shall not be mounted at height that exceeds 48” above sidewalk level. Push button detectors should be adjacent to a level landing with a cross slope not exceeding 0.02%, and located no further than 10” from the sidewalk edge unless push buttons are lowered to 46” max height with a maximum distance of 24” from sidewalk edge (see Figure 6 for details). Push button detectors should be within 10’ of the edge of curb, pavement, or curb ramp to be utilized and within 5’ of the edge of the crosswalk pavement marking furthest from the intersection. Furthermore, push button detectors shall be oriented in a manner such that the face of the push button is parallel to the crosswalk being actuated.

Pedestrian Signs

Figure 6

Push button detectors shall be accompanied by signs mounted either above or adjacent to the push button, clearly indicating which crosswalk signal is actuated by each detector. The criteria contained in Section 4E.08, bullet E, of the MUTCD describes the direction in which the pedestrian pushbutton and relevant signage should be installed. Additional diagrams and graphics are provided in Section 4E.08 explicitly indicating the necessary alignment such that both the sign and button are oriented parallel to the crosswalk that they service. Figure 7 provides a graphic of the current MUTCD approved pedestrian sign for a countdown pedestrian signal.

Figure 7

Pedestrian Signal Heads

Pedestrian signal heads shall be mounted with the bottom of the signal head housing no less than 7 feet or no more than 10 feet above the sidewalk level. Signal heads shall be positioned to provide the maximum visibility at the beginning of the controlled crosswalk.

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Exhibit B - Evaluation Checklist Measure of Compliance

Pedestrian Push Button

Pedestrian Push Button Accessibility

Minimum mounting height 15” above sidewalk Maximum mounting height 48” above foundation Max reach of 24" with Max mounting height of 46" Not blocked by guardrail, vegetation, or ditch Resides along a sidewalk or landing Push button oriented parallel to the crosswalk to be used

Less than 10’ from curb it is servicing Must face parallel to servicing crosswalk Pedestrian Signs Legible Present Between 7’ and 10’ from base Symbols are at least 6” high Hand/Man/Countdown Pedestrian Signal Heads Crosswalk aligns with head Provides adequate time for clearance while flashing “Don’t Walk” Message displayed against black background Have a landing length greater than 36” minimum and at least as wide as curb ramp Ramp Run Slope 1:12 Max Pedestrian Ramps Flared Sides 1:10 Max slope Curb ramps must be 36" wide minimum Curb must be accompanied with a ramp that provides access to a sidewalk Detectable surface 24" wide and length of use area of platform Provide a contrasting color detectable warning surface Detectable Warning Surface (DWS) Dome size of .2" and diameter of 0.9"-1.4" Dome center to center spacing of 1.6"-2.4" Walking space of 36"

At least 32” in width, for no greater length than 24”

Sidewalk

Crosswalks

Bus Stop

ADAAG MUTCD FDOT Standard Plans FDM

1/4" max vertical change in level Cross slope 0.02 max 10" drop off or slope steeper than 1:2.4 requires edge protection Type Greater than or equal to 6’ in width Greater than or equal to 4’ from the stop bar Firm stable surface 8' perpendicular to the curb and 5' parallel to the curb minimum Boarding and alighting areas are connection to street, sidewalk, or pedestrian path

Source

ADAAG 308 ADAAG 308, MUTCD 4E.08.4-F ADAAG 308 MUTCD 4E.08.04 MUTCD 4E.08.04 MUTCD 4E.08.04 MUTCD 4E.08.06 MUTCD 4E.08.12 MUTCD 4E.08.12 MUTCD 4E.05.01 MUTCD 4E.04.06 MUTCD 4E.07.04 MUTCD 4E.05.01 MUTCD 4E.06.07 MUTCD 4E.07.04 ADAAG 406.4 ADAAG 405.2 ADAAG 406.3 ADAAG 405.5 ADAAG 406 ADAAG 705.2 ADAAG 705 ADAAG 705.1.1 ADAAG 705.1.2 ADA 403.5.1 ADA 403.5.1 ADAAG 303.2 ADAAG 403.3 FDM 222.4.1 FDOT Index 711-001 MUTCD 3B.18.05, FDOT Index 711-001 MUTCD 3B.16.10, FDOT Index 711-001 ADAAG 810.2.1 ADAAG 810.2.2 ADAAG 810.2.3

Standard for Accessible Design, 2010 MUTCD 2009, Revised 2012 FDOT FY 2019-2020 Standard Plans FDOT Design Manual 2019

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Pedestrian Safety Improvements Prioritization Procedure The ADA improvements to City of Casselberry pedestrian facilities were prioritized using several different criteria. The pedestrian facilities evaluated for this report were received from the City of Casselberry and include all pedestrian facilities along the City of Casselberry roadways maintained by the city. This report covers the criteria of prioritization based on pedestrian needs. However, City funding and the overlap of other projects in the City of Casselberry’s capital improvement program also factor into the determination of prioritization. The criteria based on pedestrian needs included a proximity analysis (an analysis of the presence of sidewalks and the proximity of facilities that are likely to generate pedestrian activity), existing sidewalk conditions, auto-pedestrian crash history, pedestrian route proximity, and socio-economic factors. A project scores zero (0), one (1) or two (2) points in each criteria or category. Ten was the maximum points a project could score while zero was the lowest a project could score. This system of scoring pedestrian facilities based on points they earn for each criteria which allows the City to objectively determine the level of importance for each facility/corridor; and therefore, the priority for ADA evaluation and improvements. The criteria used to award points to corridors are described below. The results of the ADA improvement prioritization scoring are depicted in Exhibit C, and back up data for ADA criteria is included in the appendix.

Pedestrian Route Proximity While it is difficult to predict precisely which street a pedestrian will walk on, the pedestrian route network was simplified by transit routes and school routes. Bus stops and rail transit stops within 0.25 miles of a corridor was considered as a pedestrian route. Alternatively, school within one (1) mile of a corridor was considered a pedestrian route as well. Corridors that fell on an identified route for both scored two (2) points. A corridor with one (1) pedestrian route scored one (1) point. If a corridor did not meet these parameters, it scored zero (0) points. An exhibit depicting the pedestrian route proximity model is provided in the Appendix A.

Pedestrian Potential Model

The goal of the GIS analysis is to locate pedestrian focus areas (PFAs), or areas throughout the City that have the best potential for high pedestrian activity. Schools, rail transit stations, hospitals, bus stops, parks, and libraries are considered as generators of pedestrian activity and their proximity to one another increases the likelihood of pedestrian traffic between pedestrian generators. Pedestrian generators within 0.25 miles of each other and a roadway corridor increase the likelihood of pedestrian traffic along the corridor and that location is considered a PFA. Corridors with at least two (2) or more PFAs score two (2) points. Corridors with at least one (1) PFA score one (1) point, and zero (0) points if it fell outside of these criteria. An exhibit of the Pedestrian Potential Model is provided in Appendix B.

Existing Conditions

Existing sidewalk conditions data was used to score projects based on whether they were located within areas with no sidewalks, areas with sidewalk gaps or deficiencies (i.e., exceeding cross slope of 2%), or in areas with reasonable quality sidewalks for pedestrian traffic. Scoring was prioritized based on addressing gaps within sidewalks or deficiencies in the existing sidewalk network. Existing facilities on one or both sides with gaps or reconstruction needs scored the maximum two (2) points; if sidewalks were not present

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(attached or detached) a score of one (1) point was assigned; if the facility fell in an area with reasonable quality or sidewalks with no gaps it scored zero (0) points. It is understood that this criteria may also raise the priority score for corridors within rural areas that may not require sidewalk. However, it is a useful tool in determining the need of sidewalk when used with the other prioritization factors. A summary of existing sidewalk conditions assessment is provided in the Appendix C. In addition to the sidewalk assessment, pedestrian push buttons and signs were also reviewed at signalized intersections along South Winter Park Drive South (at Wilshire Road, at Queens Mirror Circle/School Entrance and at Crystal Bowl Circle) and at Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) locations along Oxford Road (three (3) locations between SR 436 and the Trail Crossing. All locations were found to be compliant with the exception of South Winter Park Drive at Crystal Bowl Circle at the northwest corner where the pedestal with pushbutton is located more than 10 feet away from the edge of pavement and the traffic signal on South Winter Park Drive at Wilshire Drive does not have pedestrian signals. The pedestrian signal issue at Crystal Bowl will be addressed with the planned South Winter Park Drive project at this intersection. The signalized Wilshire Drive intersection is anticipated to be replaced by a roundabout with enhanced crosswalks as part of a project currently under design. This will negate the issue of a lack of pedestrian signals; therefore, this particular item is excluded from recommended improvements listed in this document.

Pedestrian-Auto Crash History

Pedestrian auto crash three (3) year histories within the city road corridors was reviewed to determine how many injury/fatalities occurred per mile. Roadway corridors with a rate of two (2) or more per mile injuries or fatalities within the three (3) year crash history scored the maximum two points; injury and fatality rates greater than 0.5 per mile scored one (1) point; injury and fatality rates less than 0.5 per mile scored zero (0) points. Crash data was obtained from the University of Florida Department of Urban and Regional Planning Signal Four Analytics Database. A summary of the three-year crash history is provided in the Appendix D.

Socio-Economic Data

Socio-economic data was reviewed to determine areas where pedestrians must use public transit and pedestrian facilities for trips. Household income data was obtained from the Orlando Urban Area Transportation Study (OUATS) models. Corridors that are within areas where 50% or more of multi-family and single-family dwellings are considered low income scored two (2) points. Corridors located within areas with 30% to 49% of low-income multi-family and single-family dwellings scored one (1) point. Roadways outside of these two criteria scored zero (0) points. See Appendix E for the OUATS Traffic Analysis Zones diagram in the City of Casselberry as well a summary of the socio-economic date.

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 6 2 5 5 3 8 1 1 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 4

Street 7TH ST 7TH ST ALPEEN DR AMICK WAY ANCHOR RD SPUR APPLE HILL HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW ASCENSION DR ASH TREE CV ASH TREE CV AURORA CIR AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD

From Street BELLE AVE N WINTER PARK DR N SUNSET DR LAKE KATHRYN CIR ANCHOR ROAD CARRIAGE HILL DR SURREY KNLS OVERBROOK DR GREENVILLE WAY SEMINOLA BLVD TIMBERLANE TRL AVALON CT BENWICK WAY CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CORNWALL CT CRYSTAL BOWL CIR GUINEVERE DR LADY SUSAN DR

To Street END OF ROAD BELLE AVE VALMORA DR DIANE CIR END OF ROAD SURREY KNLS CARRIAGE HILL DR PINEY RIDGE RD END OF ROAD GREENVILLE WAY END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN DR GUINEVERE DR CANTERBURY CIR PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR AVALON CT LANCELOT WAY CORNWALL CT

AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON CT BALL PARK RD BALL PARK RD BALL PARK RD BAUER DR BAY ST BAYBERRY BR BAYOU DR BAYOU DR BAYOU DR BEACON HILL CT BELLE AVE BENEDICT CT BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENWICK WAY BLUEBELL DR BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH

LANCELOT WAY PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR AVALON BLVD LINCOLN RD NORMANDY RD SUNNYTOWN RD KANTOR BLVD START OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL DR BAYOU DR CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST KEWANNEE TRL N WINTER PARK DR

END OF ROAD BENWICK WAY CANTERBURY CIR END OF ROAD NORMANDY RD SUNNYTOWN RD END OF ROAD STANHOPE DR FRANCES AVE CARRIAGE HILL DR CRESTVIEW DR CROSS ST BAYOU DR END OF ROAD W SR 434

1 2 2 2 1 1 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 2 1

0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2

2 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 7 2 3 2 4 5

START OF ROAD BENEDICT CT BRITTANY CIR DOHENY WAY EL DORADO WAY GREGORY DR PRINCE PHILIP DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR PADDOCK WAY RANCH TRL SUNDOWN TRL SURREY RUN SURREY RUN WOODSTREAM LN

BENEDICT WAY DOHENY WAY END OF ROAD EL DORADO WAY BRITTANY CIR BENEDICT CT AVALON BLVD END OF ROAD SUNDOWN TRL END OF ROAD SURREY RUN SURREY RUN RANCH TRL WOODSTREAM LN PADDOCK WAY

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 4 4 4 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1

8 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 4 4 3 3

Street BRIGHTON DR BRIGHTON DR BRIGHTON WAY BRIGHTON WAY BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CT BUTTON RD BUTTON RD CALOOSA TRL CALOOSA TRL CAMELIA DR CAMELOT WAY

From Street BRIGHTON WAY WILSHIRE DR BRIGHTON DR DEBBY DR BENEDICT WAY E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY KENDALL WAY LAUREL WAY WILSHIRE DR SEMINOLA BLVD SUNSET DR GEE CREEK LN WETUMPA CT N WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR

To Street CANNON WAY BRIGHTON WAY S WINTER PARK DR GREGORY DR WILSHIRE DR BENEDICT WAY E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY KENDALL WAY END OF ROAD SUNSET DR S US HWY 17-92 CALOOSA TRL TURTLE MOUND DR END OF ROAD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR

CANNON WAY CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CARLISLE DR CARLISLE DR CARLISLE DR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CASSEL CREEK BLVD CASSELGROVE CV CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CHANEY CT

BRIGHTON DR AVALON BLVD LADY AMY DR LADY AMY DR HOLLIDAY DR LAKE DR PARK DR COTILLION CT HERITAGE COVE CT HITCHING POST LN LAMPLITE WAY MARIGOLD RD APPLE HILL HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW BAYBERRY BR

S WINTER PARK DR LADY AMY DR AVALON BLVD LADY AMY DR PARK DR HOLLIDAY DR END OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL DR MARIGOLD RD COTILLION CT HERITAGE COVE CT HITCHING POST LN BAYBERRY BR SHADY HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW

2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 2 1 2

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

6 4 4 6 0 0 0 4 4 3 6 4 5 4 5

CARRIAGE HILL CIR LAMPLITE WAY SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW DERBYSHIRE CIR THOMAS DR AUTUMN CT BLAINE TER BLAINE TER CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR GREENCASTLE BLVD GREENWOOD ST SR 436 CHANEY DR

BAYBERRY BR CARRIAGE HILL CIR S SUNSET DR SHADY HOLW SR 436 END OF ROAD CASSELWOOD ST BLAINE TER GREENWOOD ST CASSELWOOD ST ISLAND RUN AUTUMN CT GREENCASTLE BLVD BLAINE TER END OF ROAD

2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

2 2 1 1 2 0 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

5 5 4 4 6 2 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 4 6

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 2 2 0 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

6 0 0 3 5 0 6 2 3 4 3 8 4 5 8 6 4 5 5

Street CHANEY DR CITRUS LN CITRUS LN CLOISTERS CV COBBLESTONE CT COCHISE TRL COLDWATER DR COLOMBO DR COLONNADES CV COLONY DR COLONY DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CORNWALL CT COTILLION CT COTTAGE CT

From Street CRYSTAL BOWL CIR MEADOW AVE SPRUCE CT TIMBERLANE TRL START OF ROAD CREE TRL WILSHIRE DR VALMORA DR LANDMARK LN TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL JACKSON CT LOTUS LN N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17-92 TERESA CT AVALON BLVD CARRIAGE HILL CIR LAKE ELLEN DR

To Street CHANEY CT SPRUCE CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD MARK DAVID BLVD WYANDOTTE TRL END OF ROAD THORNBERRY DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD TIMBERLANE TRL N CYPRESS WAY ANCHOR RD LOTUS LN TERESA CT JACKSON CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD LAKE GRIFFIN CIR

COTTAGE CT CREE TRL CREE TRL CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW LN CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST CROSS ST CROSS ST CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR DEBBY DR DEBBY DR DERBYSHIRE CIR DERBYSHIRE RD DERBYSHIRE RD DERBYSHIRE RD DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR

LAKE GRIFFIN CIR COCHISE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR BAYOU DR CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR AVALON BLVD CAMELOT WAY CHANEY DR GUINEVERE DR JEFFERSON DR

N GRIFFIN DR WYANDOTTE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL CROSS ST BAYOU DR BAYOU DR CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR END OF ROAD JEFFERSON DR KING ARTHUR CT S WINTER PARK DR AVALON BLVD CHANEY DR

2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2

2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

5 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 5 3 5 4 5

KING ARTHUR CT LANCELOT WAY MERLIN CT S WINTER PARK DR BRIGHTON WAY WILSHIRE DR START OF ROAD BROOKSIDE RD FOREST GLEN CT POINTE NEWPORT TER AMICK WAY DIANE CIR RAINBOW DR RAINBOW DR SEMINOLA BLVD

MERLIN CT GUINEVERE DR LANCELOT WAY CAMELOT WAY END OF ROAD BRIGHTON WAY CASSEL CREEK BLVD FOREST GLEN CT LAKE HOWELL RD BROOKSIDE RD SUNRISE DR AMICK WAY RAINBOW DR SUNRISE DR DIANE CIR

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 3 3 3 5 5 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2

0 0 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 5 5 1 4 4 4 8 8

Street DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CT DOHENY WAY DOHENY WAY DOHENY WAY DOSTER DR DOSTER DR DROSDICK DR E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY E MELODY LN EASTON WAY EL DORADO WAY ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR

From Street SUNRISE DR SUNRISE DR SEMINOLA BLVD ELM DR FOREST DR GREGORY DR KANTOR BLVD RED BUG LAKE RD STANHOPE DR HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR S US HWY 17-92 LAKE DR ELM DR DOHENY WAY EL DORADO WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY

To Street DIANE CIR RAINBOW DR END OF ROAD FOREST DR GREGORY DR BENEDICT WAY STANHOPE DR KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR QUAIL POND CIR SEMINOLA BLVD BENEDICT WAY ZINNIA DR DOHENY WAY W HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY

ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ENSIGN CT ETOWAH CIR EXCALIBUR DR FERN ST FERN ST FOREST DR FOREST PARK LN FOREST PARK LN FRANCES AVE FRANCES AVE GALAHAD DR GALAHAD DR GEE CREEK CT GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GENEVA LEGACY LN GOLDEN DAYS DR GOLDEN DAYS DR GOVERNORS KNOB GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR

W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY W HELM WAY ZINNIA DR GRAND RUE DR OSCEOLA TRL GUINEVERE DR LEMON LN LIME RD DOHENY WAY LAKESIDE PL N GRIFFIN DR BAY ST START OF ROAD LANCELOT WAY

EL DORADO WAY W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY WILSHIRE DR SEMINOLA BLVD END OF ROAD LANCELOT WAY LIME RD NORMANDY RD GREGORY DR END OF ROAD LAKESIDE PL IVEY RD BAY ST QUEEN ELAINE DR

2 2 2 2 0 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 2

0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 5 4 1 4 3 6 8 5 5 5 4 4 3

QUEEN ELAINE DR START OF ROAD CALOOSA TRL GEE CREEK CT GEE CREEK LN OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL START OF ROAD WOLF TRL SEMINOLA BLVD SLUMBER LN US HWY 17-92 SHADY HOLW ENSIGN CT GENEVA LEGACY LN

GUINEVERE DR GEE CREEK LN WOLF TRL GEE CREEK LN N WINTER PARK DR CALOOSA TRL GEE CREEK CT OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL GRAND RUE DR PLAZA OVAL SLUMBER LN END OF ROAD SUMMER BREEZE PL GRATIA PL

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 4 1 1

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

2 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 5 5 5 4 5 7 6 4 3 4 3

Street GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GREENCASTLE BLVD GREENVILLE WAY GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GRIGGS AVE GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR

From Street HOPEMORE PL KEMPWOOD TER LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR PALMERSTON PL SUMMER BREEZE PL SR 436 ASH TREE CV BENEDICT WAY BRIGHTON WAY DOHENY WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY W HELM WAY WILSHIRE DR START OF ROAD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR HASTINGS CT

To Street KEMPWOOD TER LEGACY PARK DR GENEVA LEGACY LN HOPEMORE PL LEGACY PARK DR PALMERSTON PL CASSELTON DR SEMINOLA BLVD WILSHIRE DR END OF ROAD BENEDICT WAY W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY BRIGHTON WAY MORRILL TER ROUNDTABLE DR HASTINGS CT LADY SUSAN DR AVALON BLVD

GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR HANCOCK CT HASTINGS CT HERITAGE COVE CT HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILLTOP RD HILLTOP RD HITCHING POST LN HOFFMAN CT HOLLIDAY DR HOLLIDAY DR HOLLIDAY DR HOLTZ DR HUNTINGTON DR IMPERIAL DR IRIS RD IRIS RD IRIS RD

LADY SUSAN DR ROUNDTABLE DR N CYPRESS WAY GUINEVERE DR CARRIAGE HILL CIR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST

EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY END OF ROAD HILL ST SEMINOLA BLVD

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0

1 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

4 4 3 3 5 6 4 8 6 5 4 5 3 3 1

NE TRIPLET DR START OF ROAD LAKE DR TIPTON RD CARRIAGE HILL CIR N CYPRESS WAY CARLISLE DR HUNTINGTON DR TYRONE CT KANTOR BLVD LAKE DR LAUREL WAY PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436

HILL ST HILL ST TIPTON RD PARK DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD HUNTINGTON DR LAKE DR CARLISLE DR STANHOPE DR HOLLIDAY DR KENDALL WAY VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL

2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 2

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 2

3 3 1 1 5 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 6 6 8

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 2 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

8 4 6 2 2 3 7 5 3 7 5 3 5 5 6 4 4 4 4

Street IRIS RD IRIS RD IVANHOE WAY IVEY RD IVEY RD IVY FARM LN JACKSON CT JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JEFFERSON DR JEFFERSON DR JUPITER WAY KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD

From Street TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR ELM DR FRANCES AVE START OF ROAD SHADY HOLW MELODY LN PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR LAUREL WAY ELM DR BAUER DR DROSDICK DR HOLTZ DR KANTOR BLVD

To Street PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR IVANHOE WAY SEMINOLA BLVD FRANCES AVE SHADY HOLW CONCORD DR VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR LAUREL WAY KENDALL WAY BRITTANY CIR DOSTER DR TODD DR SPOONHOUR DR STANHOPE DR

KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KENDALL WAY KENDALL WAY KENDALL WAY KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KEWANNEE TRL KEWANNEE TRL KEWANNEE TRL KING ARTHUR CT KINGSLEY DR KRAFT DR LADY AMY DR LADY SUSAN CT LADY SUSAN DR LADY SUSAN DR LADY SUSAN DR LAKE ANN LN LAKE ANN LN LAKE DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR

KRAFT DR SPOONHOUR DR STANHOPE DR TODD DR IMPERIAL DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR BEACON HILL CT SHOSHONEE TRL TALBOT RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR

BAUER DR KRAFT DR SAUSALITO BLVD HOLTZ DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR BRITTANY CIR VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 BEACON HILL CT SHOSHONEE TRL END OF ROAD

2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2

1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1

4 4 2 3 5 5 5 4 3 5 3 4 4 0 3

LAUREL WAY KANTOR BLVD CANTERBURY CIR LADY SUSAN DR GUINEVERE DR LADY SUSAN CT QUEEN ELAINE DR GALLIANO CIR HOWELL BRANCH RD CASTLE WOOD TER COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR PLUMOSA AVE COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR

KINGSLEY DR STANHOPE DR CANTERBURY CIR END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN CT AVALON BLVD GUINEVERE DR RANCH RD GALLIANO CIR SEMINOLA BLVD S US HWY 17-92 COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR PACKING HOUSE DR N CYPRESS WAY

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2

1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 2 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1

5 4 4 4 4 4 3 0 1 1 5 4 7 5 3

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score

Street LAKE GRIFFIN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKESIDE PL LAKEVIEW DR LAKEVIEW DR LAMPLITE CT LAMPLITE WAY LANCELOT CT

From Street S US HWY 17-92 AMICK WAY DOGWOOD DR HOLLY HILL AVE LAURA ST POINSETTIA ST SABAL PALM DR SEMINOLA BLVD SPANISH MOSS DR TUMBLEWEED LN WISTERIA LN LAKE DR LAKE SHORE DR FOREST PARK LN MEREDITH ST PINE ST CARRIAGE HILL CIR SR 436 LANCELOT WAY

To Street COTTAGE CT HOLLY HILL AVE POINSETTIA ST LAURA ST WISTERIA LN SABAL PALM DR SPANISH MOSS DR AMICK WAY TUMBLEWEED LN S US HWY 17-92 DOGWOOD DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE DR END OF ROAD PINE ST E ALTAMONTE DR END OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL CIR END OF ROAD

LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANDMARK LN LANDMARK LN LANDMARK LN LANDS END LANDS END LAURA ST LAURA ST LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAZY CIR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN

CRYSTAL BOWL CIR EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR LANCELOT CT QUEEN ELAINE DR ROUNDTABLE DR COLONNADES CV LANDS END TIMBERLANE TRL HELEN ST LANDMARK LN HOLLY HILL AVE MAHOGANY DR BRITTANY CIR IMPERIAL DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR OSCEOLA TRL GRAND RUE DR LONG DERBY WAY LONG DERBY WAY MANHATTAN LN SEMINOLA BLVD TRUFFLE LN VARICK WAY FERN ST REECE WAY RYDER LN S CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17-92

ROUNDTABLE DR AVALON BLVD QUEEN ELAINE DR GALAHAD DR EXCALIBUR DR LANCELOT CT TIMBERLANE TRL COLONNADES CV LANDS END E SR 434 HELEN ST LAKE KATHRYN CIR HOLLY HILL AVE LAUREL CT JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR BRITTANY CIR END OF ROAD SEMINOLA BLVD LONG DERBY WAY MANHATTAN LN VARICK WAY VARICK WAY LONG DERBY WAY GRAND RUE DR S CYPRESS WAY RYDER LN ANCHOR RD LINCOLN RD FERN ST

Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1

5 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 5 1 1 5 5 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 1 3 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

5 5 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6

1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2

4 3 6 6

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EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 0 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

3 5 5 3 6 6 1 4 3 5 1 1 5 3 3 3 3 4 3 7 7 5 5 5 5 0 0 3 4 4 4 6 2 4 3 3 4 4 3 5 5 3 5 5 4 3 4 4 4

Street LILAC RD LILAC RD LILAC RD LILAC RD LIME RD LINCOLN RD LONG DERBY WAY LOTUS LAKE DR LOTUS LN LOWNDES SQ MANHATTAN LN MANHATTAN LN MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD

From Street PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR FERN ST LEMON LN LEGACY PARK DR ANCHOR RD SPUR CONCORD DR MARIGOLD RD LEGACY PARK DR TRUFFLE LN CARRIAGE HILL CIR LOWNDES SQ LOWNDES SQ PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR

To Street VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR S CYPRESS WAY BALL PARK RD LEGACY PARK DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD MARIGOLD RD TRUFFLE LN VARICK WAY TULIP TRL PALM DR VIOLET DELL DR LOWNDES SQ END OF ROAD LOWNDES SQ S WINTER PARK DR

MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID CT MEADOW AVE MEADOW AVE MERLIN CT MICANOPY CT MICHELLE DR MOCKINGBIRD LN MORRILL TER MURPHY RD N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N LOST LAKE LN N OXFORD RD N OXFORD RD N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR

COBBLESTONE CT MARK DAVID CT RED BUG LAKE RD WILSHIRE DR WINDING RIDGE RD START OF ROAD LAKE HOWELL RD LAKE HOWELL RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR OSCEOLA TRL ANCHOR RD SUNSET DR N GRIFFIN DR S EDGEMON AVE CONCORD DR

WINDING RIDGE RD COBBLESTONE CT MARK DAVID CT MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD CITRUS LN CITRUS LN END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD GRIGGS AVE SEMINOLA BLVD PLUMOSA AVE

2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 0 2

1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 1

2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

HANCOCK CT HOFFMAN CT MELODY LN OLEANDER WAY PLUMOSA AVE COTTAGE CT LAKESIDE PL PLAZA OVAL S US HWY 17-92 S US HWY 17-92 N TRIPLET LAKE DR KENWICK CIR SR 436 ALPEEN DR MOCKINGBIRD LN

LAKE GRIFFIN CIR HANCOCK CT OLEANDER WAY CONCORD DR HOFFMAN CT LAKESIDE PL PLAZA OVAL END OF ROAD COTTAGE CT COTTAGE CT NORRIS PL CARRIAGE HILL DR KENWICK CIR OAK PARK PL OAKWOOD DR

2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

0 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 2 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

19


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 3 2 3 3 2 3 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3

Street N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR

From Street OAK PARK PL OAKWOOD DR S EMBREY DR TRIPLET LAKE DR N LOST LAKE LN NE TRIPLET DR OAKWOOD DR SECRET WAY TRIPLET LAKE DR BELLE AVE BLUEBELL DR CAMELIA DR CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST GEE CREEK LN HELEN ST HELEN ST MOONLUSTER DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR

To Street BUTTON RD ALPEEN DR MOCKINGBIRD LN S EMBREY DR N WINTER PARK DR N LOST LAKE LN SECRET WAY NE TRIPLET DR OAKWOOD DR HELEN ST CAMELIA DR WINGO DR CROSS ST 7TH ST BELLE AVE HELEN ST W SR 434 N TRIPLET LAKE DR SEMINOLA BLVD

N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR NANTAHALA CT NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR NIBLICK DR NORMANDY RD NORMANDY RD NORMANDY RD NORTHMOOR RD OAK LN OAK PARK PL OAK PARK PL OAK PARK PL OAKWOOD DR OLD BARN WAY OLD OAK PT OLEANDER WAY ORANGE LN ORINDA CT OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL

SEMINOLA BLVD WINGO DR OSCEOLA TRL HILL ST N TRIPLET LAKE DR SEMINOLA BLVD TRIPLET CT S LOST LAKE LN FERN ST S CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17-92 START OF ROAD PARK DR N SUNSET DR OLD OAK PT

BLUEBELL DR CRESTVIEW LN END OF ROAD TRIPLET CT HILL ST END OF ROAD SEMINOLA BLVD PAUL MCCLURE CT S CYPRESS WAY BALL PARK RD FERN ST S SUNSET DR END OF ROAD OLD OAK PT END OF ROAD

0 0 1 2 2 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 0 1 1

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

1 1 4 4 3 1 2 3 6 6 6 3 1 5 4

START OF ROAD SUNSET DR WINDING RIDGE RD START OF ROAD N CYPRESS WAY START OF ROAD SAUSALITO BLVD ETOWAH CIR GEE CREEK LN LAZY CIR MICANOPY CT NANTAHALA CT OSCEOLA TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TURTLE MOUND DR

N SUNSET DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR END OF ROAD OAK PARK PL ANCHOR RD ANCHOR RD END OF ROAD TURTLE MOUND DR TURTLE MOUND DR GEE CREEK LN NANTAHALA CT ETOWAH CIR TIMBERLANE TRL LAZY CIR MICANOPY CT

1 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

3 1 5 2 3 5 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

20


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score

Street OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR PACKING HOUSE DR PADDOCK WAY PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR PARK AVE PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR

From Street TURTLE MOUND DR WOLF TRL ASCENSION DR PINEY RIDGE RD S SUNSET DR SOUTHCOT DR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR BRIDLE PATH IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD S WINTER PARK DR HILLTOP RD LAKE DR OAK LN ROLLING LN S WINTER PARK DR

To Street WOLF TRL OSCEOLA TRL SOUTHCOT DR ASCENSION DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S SUNSET DR LAKE ELLEN DR SUNDOWN TRL HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD PAUL MCCLURE CT OAK LN HILLTOP RD CARLISLE DR LAKE DR ROLLING LN

PAUL MCCLURE CT PAUL MCCLURE CT PAUL MCCLURE CT PINE KNOLL CT PINE ST PINE TREE DR PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD PLAZA OVAL PLAZA OVAL PLAZA OVAL PLUMOSA AVE PLUMOSA AVE PLUMOSA AVE POPLAR CT PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR QUAIL POND CIR QUEEN ELAINE DR QUEEN ELAINE DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUINTUPLET CT QUINTUPLET DR QUINTUPLET DR RAINBOW DR RANCH TRL RANCH TRL ROLLING LN

NIBLICK DR PARK AVE S WINTER PARK DR TALLWOOD DR LAKEVIEW DR SLUMBER LN ASCENSION DR OVERBROOK DR S US HWY 17-92 GOLDEN DAYS DR N GRIFFIN DR PINE TREE DR LAKE ELLEN DR N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17-92 WATER LN AVALON BLVD BENWICK WAY TRIPLET LAKE DR GALAHAD DR LADY SUSAN DR S LOST LAKE LN S TRIPLET LAKE DR QUINTUPLET DR QUINTUPLET CT S WINTER PARK DR DIANE CIR BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH START OF ROAD

END OF ROAD NIBLICK DR PARK AVE END OF ROAD S US HWY 17-92 PLAZA OVAL S US HWY 17-92 ASCENSION DR OVERBROOK DR PINE TREE DR GOLDEN DAYS DR N GRIFFIN DR N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY LAKE ELLEN DR END OF ROAD BENWICK WAY AVALON BLVD END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN DR LANCELOT WAY S WINTER PARK DR S LOST LAKE LN END OF ROAD LAKE DR QUINTUPLET CT DIANE CIR SURREY RUN SURREY RUN PARK DR

Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 1 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 2 2 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 5 5 5 5 5 1 8 8 8 7 4 6 1 1 1 3 3

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 0 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0

3 3 3 2 1 5 6 6 6 4 3 3 7 3 5 3

0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 4 7 5 4 4 3 3 3 3

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 3

21


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

4 6 6 6 3 5 3 3 2 5 3 3 2 1 3 3 3 3 2

Street ROUNDTABLE DR S CYPRESS WAY S CYPRESS WAY S CYPRESS WAY S EMBREY DR S LOST LAKE LN S LOST LAKE LN S LOST LAKE LN S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR

From Street LANCELOT WAY LEMON LN LIME RD W MELODY LN SUNSET DR NIBLICK DR NORRIS PL SAZA RUN NORTHMOOR RD OVERBROOK DR SANDPIPER LN SOUTHCOT DR THOMAS DR TRIPLET LAKE DR OVERBROOK DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR SOUTHCOT DR THOMAS DR TRIPLET LAKE DR

To Street GUINEVERE DR LIME RD NORMANDY RD LEMON LN END OF ROAD SAZA RUN NIBLICK DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR OVERBROOK DR SOUTHCOT DR N OXFORD RD SANDPIPER LN NORTHMOOR RD THOMAS DR SOUTHCOT DR END OF ROAD QUEENS MIRROR CIR S TRIPLET LAKE DR THOMAS DR

S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR SAN LEANDRO DR SAN LEANDRO DR SAN PABLO AVE SAN PABLO AVE SAN PABLO AVE SAN TOMAS DR SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD

BRIGHTON WAY CAMELOT WAY CANNON WAY CRYSTAL BOWL CIR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD PARK AVE PARK DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUINTUPLET DR

CANNON WAY CRYSTAL BOWL CIR RED BUG LAKE RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR WILSHIRE DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD QUEENS MIRROR CIR CAMELOT WAY MARIGOLD RD QUEENS MIRROR CIR PARK DR

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

6 4 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6 4 6 6 4

SR 436 WILSHIRE DR SAUSALITO BLVD SONESTA CT SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR START OF ROAD SAUSALITO BLVD BOCANA DR MADRID DR ORINDA CT

RED BUG LAKE RD BRIGHTON WAY SONESTA CT SAN PABLO AVE SAUSALITO BLVD SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR SAN PABLO AVE MADRID DR SONORA DR SAN TOMAS DR

2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1

2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0

0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0

2 2 1 1

6 6 2 4

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1

2 2 3 2

SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD

SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR SONORA DR SR 436

VALLEJO CT SAN LEANDRO DR ORINDA CT BOCANA DR

1 1 1 2

0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

5 5 2 2 4 2 5

22


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score

Street SAUSALITO BLVD SAZA RUN SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW SHOSHONEE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL SLEEPY CT SLUMBER LN SLUMBER LN SONESTA CT SOUTHCOT DR SOUTHCOT DR SOUTHCOT DR SPOONHOUR DR SPRUCE CT STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR SUMMERSET TER SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNNYTOWN RD SUNRISE DR SUNSHADOW DR SURREY KNLS SURREY RUN SURREY RUN TALLWOOD DR TALLWOOD DR THE SPUR THOMAS DR THOMAS DR THORNBERRY DR TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL

From Street VALLEJO CT S LOST LAKE LN HIDDEN PINES CIR N TRIPLET LAKE DR SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT START OF ROAD SECRET WAY CARRIAGE HILL DR GOVERNORS KNOB IVY FARM LN CREE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL START OF ROAD GOLDEN DAYS DR START OF ROAD SAN LEANDRO DR CONCH SHELL LN OVERBROOK DR SUNSET DR KANTOR BLVD CITRUS LN BAUER DR DOSTER DR DROSDICK DR HOLTZ DR KRAFT DR SPOONHOUR DR TODD DR WINDING RIDGE RD BRIDLE PATH PADDOCK WAY SLEEPY CT THE SPUR WIL O WIK DR WOODSTREAM LN S US HWY 17-92 DIANE CIR SUNCREST LOOP APPLE HILL HOLW BRIDLE PATH RANCH TRL PINE KNOLL CT VALMORA DR SUNDOWN TRL CASSELGROVE CV SUNSET DR COLOMBO DR AURORA CIR CLOISTERS CV

To Street SAN PABLO AVE END OF ROAD HIDDEN PINES CIR SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT HIDDEN PINES CIR SECRET WAY END OF ROAD GOVERNORS KNOB IVY FARM LN CARRIAGE HILL DR KEWANNEE TRL CREE TRL SUNDOWN TRL PINE TREE DR GOLDEN DAYS DR END OF ROAD S SUNSET DR CONCH SHELL LN S TRIPLET LAKE DR STANHOPE DR END OF ROAD DOSTER DR KANTOR BLVD TODD DR SPOONHOUR DR BAUER DR KRAFT DR HOLTZ DR END OF ROAD WOODSTREAM LN THE SPUR LAURA ST WIL O WIK DR SLEEPY CT PADDOCK WAY BALL PARK RD DIANE CIR W SR 434 END OF ROAD RANCH TRL BRIDLE PATH THORNBERRY DR PINE KNOLL CT END OF ROAD S TRIPLET LAKE DR CASSELGROVE CV TALLWOOD DR COLONY DR LANDMARK LN

Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0

1 1

2 3

0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1

1 2 2 2 2

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1

2 4 4 4

0 0 0

0 0 1

4 0 2

0 0 0

1 1 1

5 5 2

0 0 0 0

2 2 2 1

4 6 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0 2 2 7 2 2 2 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 1 1 1 1 1 1

5 1 1 5 2 4 1

0 0

2 1

3 1

0 0

2 1

4 5

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1

1 1 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 2 2

1 2 2 1 3 3

23


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0

4 3 4 1 5 2 6 4 6 3 1 8 6 6 6 6 5 4 0

Street TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIPTON RD TODD DR TRIPLET CT TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRUFFLE LN TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TURTLE MOUND DR TYRONE CT

From Street COLONY DR LANDMARK LN OSCEOLA TRL HILLTOP RD KANTOR BLVD NE TRIPLET DR QUAIL POND CIR N TRIPLET LAKE DR S US HWY 17-92 SUNSET DR MANHATTAN LN IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD START OF ROAD CALOOSA TRL LAKE DR

To Street AURORA CIR E SR 434 COLONY DR END OF ROAD STANHOPE DR END OF ROAD SUNSET DR END OF ROAD QUAIL POND CIR TRIPLET LAKE DR LEGACY PARK DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD OSCEOLA TRL HOLLIDAY DR

VALLEJO CT VALMORA DR VALMORA DR VARICK WAY VARICK WAY VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY W HELM WAY W MELODY LN W MELODY LN W MELODY LN WATER LN WATER LN WETUMPA CT WIL O WIK DR WILSHIRE CT WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR

SAUSALITO BLVD ALPEEN DR COLOMBO DR LEGACY PARK DR MANHATTAN LN IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD START OF ROAD ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR JACKSON CT

END OF ROAD TALLWOOD DR ALPEEN DR MANHATTAN LN LEGACY PARK DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR N CYPRESS WAY

1 1 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

2 2 2 1 1 5 4 4 4 6 4 6 4 6 6

N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17-92 MEADOW AVE POPLAR CT CALOOSA TRL START OF ROAD WILSHIRE DR BRIGHTON DR BRITTANY CIR COLDWATER DR DEBBY DR ELM DR GREGORY DR MARK DAVID BLVD S WINTER PARK DR

ANCHOR RD JACKSON CT POPLAR CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD SUNDOWN TRL END OF ROAD S WINTER PARK DR END OF ROAD DEBBY DR ELM DR GREGORY DR MARK DAVID BLVD WILSHIRE CT COLDWATER DR

1 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

0 2 2 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 0 0 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

3 6 3 4 4 2 5 6 4 4 4 5 5 5 4

24


EXHIBIT C - City Road ADA Prioritization Scores Summary Score

Street WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WINDING RIDGE RD WINDING RIDGE RD WINDING RIDGE RD WINGO DR WINSLOW CIR WINSLOW CIR WINTER GREEN BV WINTER GREEN BV WOLF TRL WOLF TRL WOODSTREAM LN WYANDOTTE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL WYNDHAM WAY ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR

From Street SR 436 SR 436 WILSHIRE CT OLD BARN WAY RED BUG LAKE RD SUMMERSET TER N WINTER PARK DR KEWANNEE TRL WINSLOW CIR WINTER GREEN BV SR 436 WOLF TRL GEE CREEK LN BRIDLE PATH COCHISE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL SEMINOLA BLVD IRIS RD JASMINE RD

To Street BRIGHTON DR BRIGHTON DR BRITTANY CT MARK DAVID BLVD SUMMERSET TER OLD BARN WAY END OF ROAD WINSLOW CIR WINSLOW CIR SR 436 WINTER GREEN BV OSCEOLA TRL WOLF TRL SUNDOWN TRL CREE TRL COCHISE TRL BRIDLE PATH HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD

ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR

ZINNIA DR START OF ROAD KENTIA RD LILAC RD

ELM DR LILAC RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD

Pedestrian Route Pedestrian Proximity Potential Sidewalk 2 2 0 2 2 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 2 2 0 0 2 2 2 2

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Crash

Economic Score

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 2

6 6 4 5 4 4 1 4 4 5 5 4 4 1 1 0 3 6 4

0 0 0 0

2 2 2 2

4 4 4 4

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Evaluation Criteria for Public Building Facilities The following sections include a comprehensive assessment of the conditions at the City’s public building facilities, which will identify and help prioritize improvements to address the accessibility of these facilities and access to public services provided. Information relating to the accessibility of each facility was collected with the purpose of improving the City’s staff understanding of accessibility issues and particularly Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements as they relate to facilities and services, as well as to identify which facilities are in compliance with ADA. Note several items identified for City Hall have already been addressed as of the writing of this Transition Plan.

Public Building Facilities Assessment

A self-evaluation of each of the City’s public building facilities, listed in Exhibit A, was completed and the barriers to accessibility within each of these existing facilities, potential solutions for mitigation, and estimate of probable cost have been developed for each facility, and are detailed in the Appendix. Cost estimates are limited to the assessment conducted by City Staff. Each building facility survey addressed each accessible element and space within and external to the building and included applicable elements such as path-of-travel (accessible route), parking, curb ramps, entrances/exits, signage, toilets, drinking fountains, ramps, doors, hardware, and all other occupiable spaces and elements covered by the 1990 and 2010 ADA Standards. The assessment consisted of visual observations and included measurements of space and clearance dimensions, slope, walkway widths, reach ranges, maneuverability measurements, etc. Survey findings were collected and recorded by City Staff. A copy of the information collected for each facility is provided in Appendix F. In addition, the City recently completed a comprehensive ADA Assessment for City Hall which is included in the Appendix F.

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ADA Improvement Plan Pedestrian and Public Building Facility improvements were prioritized based on the relative priority of the improvements, anticipated level of funding, funding availability and input from the City regarding Resurfacing projects and City Roadway Improvement projects were also reviewed in order to determine if they could run concurrently with proposed ADA sidewalk projects which may reduce the improvement costs. To develop the plan, the prioritized list of improvements is incorporated into the Improvement Plan based on the amount of anticipated funding available each year for the improvements. It should be stressed that the ADA Improvement Plan will serve as a general guide for the planning of improvements and that several factors will influence the timing for implementation of specific improvements and the overall cost of the program, including: • • • • •

Opportunities for partnering with other jurisdictions or organizations on implementing improvements. Opportunities to integrate improvements into other projects in the same vicinity. Specific site conditions at individual locations which may include impact to landscaping, utilities, drainage. Unit price contracting to address several projects. Availability of funding.

The list of improvements should be reviewed and adjusted annually based on funding availability and refinement of cost estimates based on specific site conditions.

Development of Improvement Costs Unit costs for each type of improvement associated with each sidewalk and public building were developed in order to develop the programming of improvements to address the accessibility barriers. These unit costs are based on recent experiences with other agencies and, when available, standard industry costs when local data was not available. It is important to note that the unit costs will need to be reviewed by the City prior to the actual improvement being completed. Exhibit D provides the total estimate of probable cost to mitigate all the identified barriers to accessibility which is estimated over $3.7 million for sidewalks/pedestrian signals and public building facilities. A more detailed estimate for sidewalks/pedestrian signals and public buildings is provided in Appendices C and F, respectively. It should be noted that these estimates are planning level estimates. As projects move forward through design, a more detailed construction cost estimates can be calculated.

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Exhibit D – City of Casselberry Facilities Estimate of Probable Cost $ 900 $ 169,770 $ 1,950 $ 36,250 $ 1,000 $ 7,150 $ 700 $ 71,700 $ 23,250 $ 34,750

Facility Art House City Hall Limited Dew Drop Park Golf Course Clubhouse Lake Hodge Park Police Department Public Works Administration Recreation Center Secret Lake Restrooms Wirz Park Sidewalks and Pedestrian Signals (Various Locations) $ $ TOTAL

3,361,000 3,708,420

Pedestrian Facilities ADA Improvement Plan

Exhibit E provides a 20-year improvement plan of the proposed pedestrian facilities ADA improvements by location. Projects which may potentially be include in resurfacing projects are shown in red text and City programmed projects shown in purple text. The accessibility barriers for each sidewalk is provided in Exhibit E. Additional details regarding the improvements and cost estimate are provide in the Appendix C.

Public Building Facilities ADA Improvement Plan

Exhibit F provides a seven-year improvement plan of the proposed public building facilities ADA improvements. It should be noted that cost estimates are limited to the assessment conducted by City Staff. In addition, the cost estimate for sidewalk and parking space improvements identified in the City Hall ADA report is also include in the cost estimate provided in Exhibit F for City Hall. The accessibility barriers for each public building and additional details regarding the improvements and cost estimate are provide in the Appendix F.

ADA Improvement Plan Funding Summary It is important that the City allocate funding specifically for ADA improvements every fiscal year within the City’s Capital Improvement Program. Based on an average annual budget of $50,000 for building facilities and $170,000 for sidewalk facilities (which includes $25,000 per year for new or reconstructed curb ramps beginning in FY 2026), the barriers identified can be addressed by the year 2040 at an estimated cost of $3.7 million.

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EXHIBIT E: 20-Year Implementation Plan - Sidewalks and Pedestrian Signals Street CONCORD DR CONCORD DR LAKE KATHRYN CIR

From Street JACKSON CT S US HWY 17-92 SEMINOLA BLVD

To Street N CYPRESS WAY TERESA CT AMICK WAY

Estimate of Probable Cost FY 2021 FY 2022 $ 49,000 $ 49,000 $ 24,000 $ 24,000 $ 104,500 $ 104,500

QUAIL POND CIR

TRIPLET LAKE DR

END OF ROAD

$

35,000

$

35,000

S SUNSET DR S WINTER PARK DR

OVERBROOK DR AT CRYSTAL BOWL CIR

SOUTHCOT DR

$ $

73,500 2,900

$ $

73,500 2,900

S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR BAY ST CAMELIA DR IRIS RD

PARK AVE QUEENS MIRROR CIR START OF ROAD N WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR

QUEENS MIRROR CIR MARIGOLD RD FRANCES AVE END OF ROAD ZINNIA DR

$ $ $ $ $

75,500 53,000 36,000 27,000 15,000

$ $ $

36,000 27,000 15,000

IRIS RD PLUMOSA AVE

SR 436 LAKE ELLEN DR

TULIP TRL N CYPRESS WAY

$ $

48,000 66,200

$ $

48,000 66,200

BALL PARK RD

SUNNYTOWN RD

END OF ROAD

$

15,000

LAKE ELLEN DR AMICK WAY ASCENSION DR

PLUMOSA AVE LAKE KATHRYN CIR OVERBROOK DR

PACKING HOUSE DR DIANE CIR PINEY RIDGE RD

$ $ $

2,000 12,500 46,000

BRIGHTON DR

BRIGHTON WAY

CANNON WAY

$

40,600

$

40,600

BAYBERRY BR ELM DR

CARRIAGE HILL DR IVANHOE WAY

CARRIAGE HILL DR W HELM WAY

$ $

252,000 81,000

$

81,000

LOWNDES SQ ALPEEN DR

MARIGOLD RD N SUNSET DR

MARIGOLD RD VALMORA DR

$ $

70,500 22,500

BRIGHTON DR HIBISCUS RD PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR

WILSHIRE DR SR 436 IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD

BRIGHTON WAY TULIP TRL HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD

$ $ $ $ $

39,500 35,500 34,000 11,500 15,500

PALM DR PALM DR VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR ELM DR

LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD IRIS RD JUPITER WAY

KENTIA RD LILAC RD LILAC RD HIBISCUS RD IVANHOE WAY

$ $ $ $ $

20,000 12,500 32,500 18,500 46,500

FERN ST

LIME RD

NORMANDY RD

$

GREGORY DR

WILSHIRE DR

BRIGHTON WAY

JASMINE RD

SR 436

TULIP TRL

$

12,500

FY 2023

$

FY 2024

FY 2025

$ $

75,500 53,000

$

15,000

FY 2026

FY 2027

FY 2028

FY 2029

FY 2030

2,000 $

16,700 $

$

70,500

29,300

$ 100,000 $ 152,000

$ $

22,500

39,500 $ $ $

$

35,500

$ $

20,000 12,500

$ $

18,500 46,500

34,000 11,500 15,500

$

32,500

26,000

$

26,000

$

5,000

$

5,000

$

87,000

$

87,000

Improvement 340' gap (north side). Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps 240' gap (north side) 730' gap on east side from 730' south of Amick Way to Amick Way 300' gap from Triplett Drive to Terminus, sidewalk provided to park via Triplet Drive Reconstruct to meet slope max (east side). Replace pedestrian signal and detector assembly to not exceed maximum 10' from Edge of Pavement. Reconstruct to meet slope max (east side). Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side). 160' gap on east side, 110' gap west side Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side). Add missing sidewalk to connect to intersection. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps 480' gap between SR 436 and Tulip Trail. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Resconstruct Curb Ramps. 170' gap on north side from west of Lake Ellen Drive to Lake Ellen Dr. Reconstruct/add curb ramps. 100' gap to Sunnytown Park Path, 20' sidewalk repair 20' gap on east side including ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps ROW may be an issue. Gap of 130' and 230' to existing sidewalk on the north and south ends (outside ROW) Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side) approximately 180'. Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct 1500' to meet slope max (both sides) Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides). Add Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side) 125' gap between N Sunset Drive and Valmora Drive (existing sidewalk on Sunset and Valmora 260' gap (west side) adjacent to retail 220' gap (north side) Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side) 40' gap on the west side from south of Jasmine to Jasmine 80' gap on the west side at intersections with Kentia and Jasmine Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 100' gap on east side Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side). Add ramp and crossing at intersection with Iris Rd. Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Add Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Gap on the east side from Wiltshire to Brighton Way. Add curb ramps to access between existing sidewalks. Parking Spaces on Jasmine may limit ability to install sidewalk


EXHIBIT E: 20-Year Implementation Plan - Sidewalks and Pedestrian Signals Street BLUEBELL DR ORANGE LN

From Street N WINTER PARK DR START OF ROAD

To Street END OF ROAD ANCHOR RD

Estimate of Probable Cost FY 2031 FY 2032 $ 78,000 $ 78,000 $ 44,000 $ 44,000

OVERBROOK DR

S SUNSET DR

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

$

33,200

SURREY KNLS W FOOTHILL WAY BAYOU DR CANTERBURY CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR GOLDEN DAYS DR

APPLE HILL HOLW ELM DR CRESTVIEW LN LADY AMY DR LAMPLITE WAY SLUMBER LN

END OF ROAD GREGORY DR CROSS ST LADY AMY DR HERITAGE COVE CT PLAZA OVAL

$ $ $ $ $ $

91,500 61,500 $ 13,500 $ 96,000 78,500 13,500

GOLDEN DAYS DR LANDS END LILAC RD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD OAK PARK PL

US HWY 17-92 HELEN ST S WINTER PARK DR COBBLESTONE CT MARK DAVID CT N SUNSET DR

SLUMBER LN E SR 434 ZINNIA DR WINDING RIDGE RD COBBLESTONE CT OLD OAK PT

$ $ $ $ $ $

5,000 26,000 92,000 73,500 42,300 18,000

OAK PARK PL QUEEN ELAINE DR S LOST LAKE LN

OLD OAK PT GALAHAD DR NIBLICK DR

END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN DR SAZA RUN

$ $ $

8,000 10,500 28,000

$ $ $

8,000 10,500 28,000

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

OVERBROOK DR

$

14,000

$

14,000

SAN LEANDRO DR

SONESTA CT

SAN PABLO AVE

$

30,000

$

30,000

SAUSALITO BLVD

SAN TOMAS DR

SAN LEANDRO DR

$

57,000

$

57,000

SAUSALITO BLVD STANHOPE DR WYNDHAM WAY

SR 436 DROSDICK DR SEMINOLA BLVD

BOCANA DR TODD DR BRIDLE PATH

$ $ $

33,800 45,000 21,000

$ $ $

33,800 45,000 21,000

CASSEL CREEK BLVD

DERBYSHIRE CIR

SR 436

$

52,000

$

52,000

DIANE CT FRANCES AVE FRANCES AVE SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL Various locations SIDEWALK TOTAL $15,000 $15,000 $15,000

SEMINOLA BLVD BAY ST START OF ROAD SLEEPY CT WIL O WIK DR Various locations

END OF ROAD IVEY RD BAY ST LAURA ST SLEEPY CT Various locations

$ 183,000 $ 150,000 $ 82,500 $ 18,500 $ 13,500 $ 87,000 $ 250,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 25,000 $ 1,700,300 $ 178,000 $ 174,000 $ 180,200 $ 182,000 $ 177,300 $ 172,500 $ 176,800 $ 175,000

$

FY 2033

$

33,200

$

96,000

FY 2034

FY 2035

FY 2036

FY 2037

FY 2038

FY 2039

91,500

$

78,500

$

5,000

$

73,500

13,500

$

26,000 $

92,000

$ $

42,300 18,000

Improvement Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side). 200' gap (south side) from Anchor Road to the east and 30' gap (north side) approximately 440' east of Anchor Rd Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side) as well as driveway. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side) Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side) Reconstruct 75' to meet slope max (north side) Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side) Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side) Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side). Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 50' gap connecting to US 17-92 170' gap (north side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side). Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side). 130' Gap (north side) from Sunset Dr N to approximately 130' east. Reconstruct ramps at Sunset Drive.

61,500 13,500

$

FY 2040

$ $ $

33,000 82,500 18,500

$ $ $ 25,000 $ $ 159,000 $

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 30' gap (north side) Reconstruct transition through driveway. 280' Gap (south side) from Niblick Drive to south of Niblick Drive Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Construct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). 160' Gap (east side) from Seminola Blvd to approximately 160' north. Reconstruct between driveways adjacent to skating rink. Repair 75' of Sidewalk. Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides). 360' Gap (north side) and 280' (south side) 160' gap on east side 13,500 60' gap (east side) South of Laura St to Laura St 87,000 Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side). 25,000 Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 125,500

Proposed project coincides with resurfacing project Proposed project coincides with City Improvement Projects Proposed project has no associated resurfacing or improvement projects

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Exhibit F - Improvement Plan for Public Building Facilities Facility Art House City Hall (Limited)

Estimate of Probable Cost $

900

$

1,950

Golf Course Clubhouse

$

36,250

Lake Hodge Park

$

1,000

Police Department

$

7,150

Public Works Administration

$

700

Recreation Center

$

71,700

Secret Lake Restrooms

$ $

23,250 34,750

TOTAL

$ 347,420

FY 2022

FY 2023

FY 2024

FY 2025

$ 48,500

$ 49,000

$ 44,000

$ 28,270

FY 2027

FY 2028

900

$ 169,770

Dew Drop Park

Wirz Park

FY 2021 $

$

1,950 $ 36,250

$

1,000 $ $

7,150

700

$ 71,700 $ 23,250 $ 34,750 $

900

$ 121,200

$ 84,450

$ 44,000

$ 30,220

$ 30,400

$ 36,250

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Appendix A Pedestrian Route Buffer Map

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Appendix C Existing Sidewalk Assessment Prioritized Sidewalk and Pedestrian Signal Improvements and Estimated Probable Cost

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Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

7TH ST 7TH ST ALPEEN DR

BELLE AVE N WINTER PARK DR N SUNSET DR

END OF ROAD BELLE AVE VALMORA DR

No No Yes

N/A N/A none

N/A N/A yes

N/A N/A N/A

4 4 6

AMICK WAY ANCHOR RD SPUR APPLE HILL HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW ASCENSION DR

LAKE KATHRYN CIR ANCHOR RD CARRIAGE HILL DR SURREY KNLS OVERBROOK DR

DIANE CIR END OF ROAD SURREY KNLS CARRIAGE HILL DR PINEY RIDGE RD

Yes No Yes Yes yes

Both N/A Both Both South

No N/A No No Yes

No N/A No No no

2 4 5 3 8

ASH TREE CV ASH TREE CV AURORA CIR AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON BLVD AVALON CT BALL PARK RD BALL PARK RD BALL PARK RD

SEMINOLA BLVD GREENVILLE WAY TIMBERLANE TRL AVALON CT BENWICK WAY CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CORNWALL CT CRYSTAL BOWL CIR GUINEVERE DR LADY SUSAN DR LANCELOT WAY PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR AVALON BLVD LINCOLN RD NORMANDY RD SUNNYTOWN RD

GREENVILLE WAY END OF ROAD END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN DR GUINEVERE DR CANTERBURY CIR PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR AVALON CT LANCELOT WAY CORNWALL CT END OF ROAD BENWICK WAY CANTERBURY CIR END OF ROAD NORMANDY RD SUNNYTOWN RD END OF ROAD

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes yes yes yes

Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both East East East

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No yes

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

1 1 3 4 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 2 3 4 4 4 4 4

BAUER DR BAY ST BAYBERRY BR BAYOU DR

KANTOR BLVD START OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL DR BAYOU DR

STANHOPE DR FRANCES AVE CARRIAGE HILL DR CRESTVIEW DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both East

No Yes No No

No No Yes No

4 4 7 2

BAYOU DR BAYOU DR BEACON HILL CT BELLE AVE BENEDICT CT BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENEDICT WAY BENWICK WAY BLUEBELL DR BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIDLE PATH BRIGHTON DR BRIGHTON DR BRIGHTON WAY BRIGHTON WAY BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CT BUTTON RD BUTTON RD CALOOSA TRL

CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST KEWANNEE TRL N WINTER PARK DR START OF ROAD BENEDICT CT BRITTANY CIR DOHENY WAY EL DORADO WAY GREGORY DR PRINCE PHILIP DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR PADDOCK WAY RANCH TRL SUNDOWN TRL SURREY RUN SURREY RUN WOODSTREAM LN BRIGHTON WAY WILSHIRE DR BRIGHTON DR DEBBY DR BENEDICT WAY E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY KENDALL WAY LAUREL WAY WILSHIRE DR SEMINOLA BLVD SUNSET DR GEE CREEK LN

CROSS ST BAYOU DR END OF ROAD W SR 434 BENEDICT WAY DOHENY WAY END OF ROAD EL DORADO WAY BRITTANY CIR BENEDICT CT AVALON BLVD END OF ROAD SUNDOWN TRL END OF ROAD SURREY RUN SURREY RUN RANCH TRL WOODSTREAM LN PADDOCK WAY CANNON WAY BRIGHTON WAY S WINTER PARK DR GREGORY DR WILSHIRE DR BENEDICT WAY E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY KENDALL WAY END OF ROAD SUNSET DR S US HWY 17‐92 CALOOSA TRL

Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

South East Both N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North Both Both Both Both Both Both Both East/West East/West Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both

No No No N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

Yes No No N/A No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

3 2 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 8 6 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 4

Gap Notes

125' Gap between N Sunset Drive and Valmora Drive (existing sidewalk on Sunset and Valmora Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps

ROW may be an issue. Gap of 130' and 230' to existing sidewalk on the north and south ends (outside ROW)

Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps. 100' gap to Sunnytown Park Path, 20' sidewalk repair 160' gap on east side, 110' gap west side Reconstruct 1500' to meet slope max (both sides)

Reconstruct 75' to meet slope max (north side) Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side) Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side) approximately Gap on west side adjacent to retail approximately 260' Reconstruct/add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps Add curb ramps

Add curb ramps

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Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

CALOOSA TRL CAMELIA DR CAMELOT WAY CANNON WAY

WETUMPA CT N WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR BRIGHTON DR

TURTLE MOUND DR END OF ROAD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR S WINTER PARK DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both north Both Both

No No No No

No Yes No No

4 3 3 6

CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CANTERBURY CIR CARLISLE DR CARLISLE DR CARLISLE DR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL CIR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CARRIAGE HILL DR CASSEL CREEK BLVD

AVALON BLVD LADY AMY DR LADY AMY DR HOLLIDAY DR LAKE DR PARK DR COTILLION CT HERITAGE COVE CT HITCHING POST LN LAMPLITE WAY MARIGOLD RD APPLE HILL HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW BAYBERRY BR CARRIAGE HILL CIR LAMPLITE WAY SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW DERBYSHIRE CIR

LADY AMY DR AVALON BLVD LADY AMY DR PARK DR HOLLIDAY DR END OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL DR MARIGOLD RD COTILLION CT HERITAGE COVE CT HITCHING POST LN BAYBERRY BR SHADY HOLW APPLE HILL HOLW BAYBERRY BR CARRIAGE HILL CIR S SUNSET DR SHADY HOLW SR 436

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both West West West Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

No No yes No No No No No No yes No No No No No No No No Yes

4 4 6 0 0 0 4 4 3 6 4 5 4 5 5 5 4 4 6

CASSELGROVE CV CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR CHANEY CT CHANEY DR CHANEY DR CITRUS LN CITRUS LN CLOISTERS CV COBBLESTONE CT COCHISE TRL COLDWATER DR COLOMBO DR COLONNADES CV COLONY DR COLONY DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CONCORD DR CORNWALL CT COTILLION CT COTTAGE CT COTTAGE CT CREE TRL CREE TRL CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW LN CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST CROSS ST CROSS ST CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR

THOMAS DR AUTUMN CT BLAINE TER BLAINE TER CASSELTON DR CASSELTON DR GREENCASTLE BLVD GREENWOOD ST SR 436 CHANEY DR CHANEY CT CRYSTAL BOWL CIR MEADOW AVE SPRUCE CT TIMBERLANE TRL START OF ROAD CREE TRL WILSHIRE DR VALMORA DR LANDMARK LN TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL JACKSON CT LOTUS LN N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17‐92 TERESA CT AVALON BLVD CARRIAGE HILL CIR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR COCHISE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR BAYOU DR CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR AVALON BLVD CAMELOT WAY CHANEY DR

END OF ROAD CASSELWOOD ST BLAINE TER GREENWOOD ST CASSELWOOD ST ISLAND RUN AUTUMN CT GREENCASTLE BLVD BLAINE TER END OF ROAD END OF ROAD CHANEY CT SPRUCE CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD MARK DAVID BLVD WYANDOTTE TRL END OF ROAD THORNBERRY DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD TIMBERLANE TRL N CYPRESS WAY ANCHOR RD LOTUS LN TERESA CT JACKSON CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD LAKE GRIFFIN CIR N GRIFFIN DR WYANDOTTE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL CROSS ST BAYOU DR BAYOU DR CRESTVIEW DR CRESTVIEW DR N WINTER PARK DR END OF ROAD JEFFERSON DR KING ARTHUR CT S WINTER PARK DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

Both West West/South West West West West West West Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North North North North North Both Both West West Both Both West West North North South South N/A North North Both

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No

2 6 4 6 6 6 6 6 4 6 6 6 0 0 3 5 0 6 2 3 4 3 8 4 5 8 6 4 5 5 5 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 5 3 5

Gap Notes

Add curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side) Trail on south side and midblock ped crossing at S Winter Park Dr Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side)

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side)

Mid Block crossing North of Apple Hill Hollow

Reconstruct between driveways adjacent to skating rink. Repair 75' of Sidewalk Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps 340' Gap on north side. Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps 240' gap on north side.

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps

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Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR DEBBY DR DEBBY DR DERBYSHIRE CIR DERBYSHIRE RD DERBYSHIRE RD DERBYSHIRE RD DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR DIANE CT DOHENY WAY DOHENY WAY DOHENY WAY DOSTER DR DOSTER DR DROSDICK DR E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY E MELODY LN EASTON WAY EL DORADO WAY ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR

GUINEVERE DR JEFFERSON DR KING ARTHUR CT LANCELOT WAY MERLIN CT S WINTER PARK DR BRIGHTON WAY WILSHIRE DR START OF ROAD BROOKSIDE RD FOREST GLEN CT POINTE NEWPORT TER AMICK WAY DIANE CIR RAINBOW DR RAINBOW DR SEMINOLA BLVD SUNRISE DR SUNRISE DR SEMINOLA BLVD ELM DR FOREST DR GREGORY DR KANTOR BLVD RED BUG LAKE RD STANHOPE DR HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR S US HWY 17‐92 LAKE DR ELM DR DOHENY WAY EL DORADO WAY IVANHOE WAY JUPITER WAY

AVALON BLVD CHANEY DR MERLIN CT GUINEVERE DR LANCELOT WAY CAMELOT WAY END OF ROAD BRIGHTON WAY CASSEL CREEK BLVD FOREST GLEN CT LAKE HOWELL RD BROOKSIDE RD SUNRISE DR AMICK WAY RAINBOW DR SUNRISE DR DIANE CIR DIANE CIR RAINBOW DR END OF ROAD FOREST DR GREGORY DR BENEDICT WAY STANHOPE DR KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR BRITTANY CIR QUAIL POND CIR SEMINOLA BLVD BENEDICT WAY ZINNIA DR DOHENY WAY W HELM WAY IVANHOE WAY

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

North North North North North North N/A N/A N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both N/A Both Both Both Both Both

No No No No No No N/A N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No

No No No No No No N/A N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No yes No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No yes yes

4 5 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 5 5 1 4 4 4 8 8

ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ELM DR ENSIGN CT ETOWAH CIR EXCALIBUR DR FERN ST FERN ST FOREST DR FOREST PARK LN FOREST PARK LN FRANCES AVE

W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY W HELM WAY ZINNIA DR GRAND RUE DR OSCEOLA TRL GUINEVERE DR LEMON LN LIME RD DOHENY WAY LAKESIDE PL N GRIFFIN DR BAY ST

EL DORADO WAY W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY WILSHIRE DR SEMINOLA BLVD END OF ROAD LANCELOT WAY LIME RD NORMANDY RD GREGORY DR END OF ROAD LAKESIDE PL IVEY RD

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both Both West Both Both West West Both Both Both Both

No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes

No No No No No No No No yes No No No No

4 4 5 4 1 4 3 6 8 5 5 5 4

FRANCES AVE GALAHAD DR

START OF ROAD LANCELOT WAY

BAY ST QUEEN ELAINE DR

Yes Yes

Both Both

Yes No

No No

3 3

GALAHAD DR GEE CREEK CT GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GEE CREEK LN GENEVA LEGACY LN GOLDEN DAYS DR GOLDEN DAYS DR GOVERNORS KNOB GRAND RUE DR

QUEEN ELAINE DR START OF ROAD CALOOSA TRL GEE CREEK CT GEE CREEK LN OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL START OF ROAD WOLF TRL SEMINOLA BLVD SLUMBER LN US HWY 17‐92 SHADY HOLW ENSIGN CT

GUINEVERE DR GEE CREEK LN WOLF TRL GEE CREEK LN N WINTER PARK DR CALOOSA TRL GEE CREEK CT OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL GRAND RUE DR PLAZA OVAL SLUMBER LN END OF ROAD SUMMER BREEZE PL

Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both N/A North North North North North North North Both North North Both Both

No N/A No No No No No No No No No yes No No

No N/A No No No No No No No No yes No No No

4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 7 4 1

Gap Notes

Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides) Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps

Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps

Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides). Add Curb Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Add Curb Ramps. Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps

Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct curb ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Reconstruct Reconstruct curb ramps

Gap on north side approximately 360 feet from Bay to Ivey and 280' on the south side from east of Bay to Ivey 160' gap on east side

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side). Reconstruct Sidewalk gap connecting to US 17‐92 approximately 50'

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Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GRAND RUE DR GREENCASTLE BLVD GREENVILLE WAY GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR GREGORY DR

GENEVA LEGACY LN HOPEMORE PL KEMPWOOD TER LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR PALMERSTON PL SUMMER BREEZE PL SR 436 ASH TREE CV BENEDICT WAY BRIGHTON WAY DOHENY WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY W HELM WAY WILSHIRE DR

GRATIA PL KEMPWOOD TER LEGACY PARK DR GENEVA LEGACY LN HOPEMORE PL LEGACY PARK DR PALMERSTON PL CASSELTON DR SEMINOLA BLVD WILSHIRE DR END OF ROAD BENEDICT WAY W FOOTHILL WAY W GRANDVIEW WAY BRIGHTON WAY

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes YEs Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both

No No No No No No No no No No No No No No Yes

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

1 2 1 1 1 1 1 6 1 5 5 5 4 5 7

GRIGGS AVE GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR GUINEVERE DR HANCOCK CT HASTINGS CT HERITAGE COVE CT HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD HIGHLAND DR HIGHLAND DR HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST HILLTOP RD HILLTOP RD HITCHING POST LN HOFFMAN CT HOLLIDAY DR HOLLIDAY DR HOLLIDAY DR HOLTZ DR HUNTINGTON DR IMPERIAL DR IRIS RD IRIS RD IRIS RD IRIS RD IRIS RD IVANHOE WAY IVEY RD IVEY RD IVY FARM LN JACKSON CT JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JASMINE RD

START OF ROAD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR HASTINGS CT LADY SUSAN DR ROUNDTABLE DR N CYPRESS WAY GUINEVERE DR CARRIAGE HILL CIR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR E GRANDVIEW WAY E HELM WAY HILL ST HILL ST HILL ST NE TRIPLET DR START OF ROAD LAKE DR TIPTON RD CARRIAGE HILL CIR N CYPRESS WAY CARLISLE DR HUNTINGTON DR TYRONE CT KANTOR BLVD LAKE DR LAUREL WAY PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR ELM DR FRANCES AVE START OF ROAD SHADY HOLW MELODY LN PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436

MORRILL TER ROUNDTABLE DR HASTINGS CT LADY SUSAN DR AVALON BLVD EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR E FOOTHILL WAY E GRANDVIEW WAY END OF ROAD HILL ST SEMINOLA BLVD HILL ST HILL ST TIPTON RD PARK DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD HUNTINGTON DR LAKE DR CARLISLE DR STANHOPE DR HOLLIDAY DR KENDALL WAY VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR IVANHOE WAY SEMINOLA BLVD FRANCES AVE SHADY HOLW CONCORD DR VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR TULIP TRL

No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North North South North North Both Both Both Both Both Both Both West West Both Both East East East Both West Both South South South South South Both East East Both N/A North North North

N/A No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No N/A No No Yes

N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No no No No No No No No No N/A No No No

6 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 3 5 6 4 8 6 5 4 5 3 3 1 3 3 1 1 5 3 0 0 0 3 0 5 6 6 8 8 4 6 2 2 3 7 5 3 7

JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JASMINE RD JEFFERSON DR JEFFERSON DR

TULIP TRL TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR LAUREL WAY

PALM DR TULIP TRL S WINTER PARK DR LAUREL WAY KENDALL WAY

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

North North North Both Both

No No No No No

No No No No No

5 5 3 5 5

Gap Notes

Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Gap on the east side from Wiltshire to Brighton Way add curb ramps to access between existing sidewalks Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps 220' gap on north side Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Add missing sidewalk to connect to intersection. no side walk between SR 436 and Tulip Trail (480'). Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Parking Spaces on Jasmine may limit ability to install sidewalk Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

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Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

JUPITER WAY

ELM DR

BRITTANY CIR

Yes

Both

No

No

6

KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KANTOR BLVD KENDALL WAY KENDALL WAY KENDALL WAY KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KENTIA RD KEWANNEE TRL KEWANNEE TRL KEWANNEE TRL KING ARTHUR CT KINGSLEY DR KRAFT DR LADY AMY DR LADY SUSAN CT LADY SUSAN DR LADY SUSAN DR LADY SUSAN DR LAKE ANN LN LAKE ANN LN LAKE DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE ELLEN DR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR

BAUER DR DROSDICK DR HOLTZ DR KANTOR BLVD KRAFT DR SPOONHOUR DR STANHOPE DR TODD DR IMPERIAL DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR BEACON HILL CT SHOSHONEE TRL TALBOT RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR LAUREL WAY KANTOR BLVD CANTERBURY CIR LADY SUSAN DR GUINEVERE DR LADY SUSAN CT QUEEN ELAINE DR GALLIANO CIR HOWELL BRANCH RD CASTLE WOOD TER COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR PLUMOSA AVE COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR S US HWY 17‐92 AMICK WAY DOGWOOD DR HOLLY HILL AVE

DOSTER DR TODD DR SPOONHOUR DR STANHOPE DR BAUER DR KRAFT DR SAUSALITO BLVD HOLTZ DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR BRITTANY CIR VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 BEACON HILL CT SHOSHONEE TRL END OF ROAD KINGSLEY DR STANHOPE DR CANTERBURY CIR END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN CT AVALON BLVD GUINEVERE DR RANCH RD GALLIANO CIR SEMINOLA BLVD S US HWY 17‐92 COTTAGE CT PACKING HOUSE DR PACKING HOUSE DR N CYPRESS WAY COTTAGE CT HOLLY HILL AVE POINSETTIA ST LAURA ST

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No

Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North North North North Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both West/East East North North west North North North N/A N/A N/A

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No N/A N/A N/A

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A N/A N/A

4 4 4 4 4 4 2 3 5 5 5 4 3 5 3 4 4 4 3 5 4 4 4 4 4 3 0 1 1 5 4 7 5 3 5 2 2 2

LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR

LAURA ST POINSETTIA ST SABAL PALM DR SEMINOLA BLVD

WISTERIA LN SABAL PALM DR SPANISH MOSS DR AMICK WAY

No No No YEs

N/A N/A N/A East

N/A N/A N/A Yes

N/A N/A N/A No

2 2 3 3

LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKESIDE PL LAKEVIEW DR LAKEVIEW DR LAMPLITE CT LAMPLITE WAY LANCELOT CT LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANCELOT WAY LANDMARK LN LANDMARK LN LANDMARK LN LANDS END

SPANISH MOSS DR TUMBLEWEED LN WISTERIA LN LAKE DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE SHORE DR FOREST PARK LN CITY LIMITS PINE ST CARRIAGE HILL CIR SR 436 LANCELOT WAY CRYSTAL BOWL CIR EXCALIBUR DR GALAHAD DR LANCELOT CT QUEEN ELAINE DR ROUNDTABLE DR COLONNADES CV LANDS END TIMBERLANE TRL HELEN ST

TUMBLEWEED LN S US HWY 17‐92 DOGWOOD DR LAKE SHORE DR LAKE DR LAKE SHORE DR END OF ROAD PINE ST E ALTAMONTE DR END OF ROAD CARRIAGE HILL CIR END OF ROAD ROUNDTABLE DR AVALON BLVD QUEEN ELAINE DR GALAHAD DR EXCALIBUR DR LANCELOT CT TIMBERLANE TRL COLONNADES CV LANDS END E SR 434

No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

N/A N/A N/A East East East Both N/A N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both South South South West

N/A N/A N/A No No No No N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes

N/A N/A N/A No No No No N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No

3 3 2 2 2 1 5 1 1 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5

Gap Notes

Reconstruct/add curb ramps. Mid block crossing school crossing

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

20' Sidewalk gap on east side for approximately 20 feet

Sidewalk on east side for approximately 730 feet from Seminola Blvd to the north.

Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps Reconstruct/add curb ramps

Sidewalk gap on the north side approximately 140'. May be Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Sidewalk gap on the north side approximately 170'.

42


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

LANDS END LAURA ST LAURA ST LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAUREL WAY LAZY CIR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEGACY PARK DR LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN LEMON LN LILAC RD LILAC RD LILAC RD LILAC RD LIME RD LINCOLN RD LONG DERBY WAY LOTUS LAKE DR LOTUS LN LOWNDES SQ MANHATTAN LN MANHATTAN LN MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARIGOLD RD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID CT MEADOW AVE MERLIN CT MICANOPY CT MICHELLE DR MOCKINGBIRD LN MORRILL TER MURPHY RD N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N GRIFFIN DR N LOST LAKE LN N OXFORD RD N OXFORD RD N SUNSET DR

LANDMARK LN HOLLY HILL AVE MAHOGANY DR BRITTANY CIR IMPERIAL DR JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR OSCEOLA TRL GRAND RUE DR LONG DERBY WAY LONG DERBY WAY MANHATTAN LN SEMINOLA BLVD TRUFFLE LN VARICK WAY VARICK WAY FERN ST REECE WAY RYDER LN S CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17‐92 PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR FERN ST LEMON LN LEGACY PARK DR ANCHOR RD CONCORD DR MARIGOLD RD LEGACY PARK DR TRUFFLE LN CARRIAGE HILL CIR LOWNDES SQ LOWNDES SQ PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR TULIP TRL VIOLET DELL DR COBBLESTONE CT MARK DAVID CT RED BUG LAKE RD WILSHIRE DR WINDING RIDGE RD START OF ROAD LAKE HOWELL RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR OSCEOLA TRL ANCHOR RD SUNSET DR N GRIFFIN DR S EDGEMON AVE CONCORD DR HANCOCK CT HOFFMAN CT MELODY LN OLEANDER WAY PLUMOSA AVE COTTAGE CT LAKESIDE PL PLAZA OVAL PLAZA OVAL S US HWY 17‐92 N TRIPLET LAKE DR KENWICK CIR SR 436 ALPEEN DR

To Street

HELEN ST LAKE KATHRYN CIR HOLLY HILL AVE LAUREL CT JEFFERSON DR KINGSLEY DR BRITTANY CIR END OF ROAD SEMINOLA BLVD LONG DERBY WAY MANHATTAN LN VARICK WAY VARICK WAY LONG DERBY WAY GRAND RUE DR TRUFFLE LN S CYPRESS WAY RYDER LN ANCHOR RD LINCOLN RD FERN ST VIOLET DELL DR ZINNIA DR PALM DR S WINTER PARK DR S CYPRESS WAY BALL PARK RD LEGACY PARK DR END OF ROAD END OF ROAD MARIGOLD RD TRUFFLE LN VARICK WAY TULIP TRL PALM DR VIOLET DELL DR LOWNDES SQ END OF ROAD LOWNDES SQ S WINTER PARK DR WINDING RIDGE RD COBBLESTONE CT MARK DAVID CT MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD MARK DAVID BLVD CITRUS LN END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD END OF ROAD GRIGGS AVE SEMINOLA BLVD PLUMOSA AVE LAKE GRIFFIN CIR HANCOCK CT OLEANDER WAY CONCORD DR HOFFMAN CT LAKESIDE PL PLAZA OVAL END OF ROAD PLAZA OVAL COTTAGE CT NORRIS PL CARRIAGE HILL DR KENWICK CIR OAK PARK PL

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

West West West Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both South N/A South South South Both Both Both Both South West Both N/A North Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both N/A N/A N/A N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both South South South South South N/A Both Both East

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A N/A N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No yes No No No No No N/A No Yes No No No No No No No No No yes yes No No No No No No No N/A N/A N/A N/A No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No

3 1 3 5 5 5 5 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 4 3 6 6 3 5 5 3 6 6 1 4 3 5 1 1 5 3 3 3 3 4 3 7 7 5 5 5 5 0 3 4 4 4 6 2 4 3 3 4 4 3 5 5 3 3 5 4 3 4 4

Gap Notes

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Mid‐Block Crossing at City Limit Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Industrial/Office complex Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side)

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side) Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side)

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Mid Block crossing RRFP north of Kenwich Cir. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

43


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N SUNSET DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR NANTAHALA CT NE TRIPLET DR

MOCKINGBIRD LN OAK PARK PL OAKWOOD DR S EMBREY DR TRIPLET LAKE DR N LOST LAKE LN NE TRIPLET DR OAKWOOD DR SECRET WAY SECRET WAY TRIPLET LAKE DR BELLE AVE BLUEBELL DR CAMELIA DR CRESTVIEW LN CROSS ST GEE CREEK LN HELEN ST HELEN ST MOONLUSTER DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR SEMINOLA BLVD WINGO DR OSCEOLA TRL HILL ST

OAKWOOD DR BUTTON RD ALPEEN DR MOCKINGBIRD LN S EMBREY DR N WINTER PARK DR N LOST LAKE LN SECRET WAY NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR OAKWOOD DR HELEN ST CAMELIA DR WINGO DR CROSS ST 7TH ST BELLE AVE HELEN ST W SR 434 N TRIPLET LAKE DR SEMINOLA BLVD BLUEBELL DR CRESTVIEW LN END OF ROAD TRIPLET CT

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No

East East East East East Both Both Both Both Both North/South Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both West West Both Both Both N/A

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A

4 4 4 3 2 3 3 2 3 4 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 1 1 4 4

NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR NE TRIPLET DR NIBLICK DR NORMANDY RD NORMANDY RD NORMANDY RD NORTHMOOR RD OAK LN OAK PARK PL

N TRIPLET LAKE DR SEMINOLA BLVD TRIPLET CT S LOST LAKE LN FERN ST S CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17‐92 START OF ROAD PARK DR N SUNSET DR

HILL ST END OF ROAD SEMINOLA BLVD PAUL MCCLURE CT S CYPRESS WAY BALL PARK RD FERN ST S SUNSET DR END OF ROAD OLD OAK PT

Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes

East East N/A Both North North North N/A West Both

No No N/A No No No No N/A No Yes

No No N/A No No No No N/A No No

3 1 2 3 6 6 6 3 1 5

OAK PARK PL OAK PARK PL OAKWOOD DR OLD BARN WAY OLD OAK PT OLEANDER WAY ORANGE LN

OLD OAK PT START OF ROAD SUNSET DR WINDING RIDGE RD START OF ROAD N CYPRESS WAY START OF ROAD

END OF ROAD N SUNSET DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR END OF ROAD OAK PARK PL ANCHOR RD ANCHOR RD

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both South Both Both North Both

Yes No No No No No Yes

No No No No No No No

4 3 1 5 2 3 5

ORINDA CT OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OSCEOLA TRL OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR

SAUSALITO BLVD ETOWAH CIR GEE CREEK LN LAZY CIR MICANOPY CT NANTAHALA CT OSCEOLA TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TURTLE MOUND DR TURTLE MOUND DR WOLF TRL ASCENSION DR PINEY RIDGE RD S SUNSET DR

END OF ROAD TURTLE MOUND DR TURTLE MOUND DR GEE CREEK LN NANTAHALA CT ETOWAH CIR TIMBERLANE TRL LAZY CIR MICANOPY CT WOLF TRL OSCEOLA TRL SOUTHCOT DR ASCENSION DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes

2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5

OVERBROOK DR PACKING HOUSE DR PADDOCK WAY PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR PALM DR

SOUTHCOT DR LAKE GRIFFIN CIR BRIDLE PATH IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD

S SUNSET DR LAKE ELLEN DR SUNDOWN TRL HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD

Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both N/A Both West West West Both Both

No N/A No No Yes Yes Yes No

No N/A No Yes No No No No

5 5 1 8 8 8 7 4

Gap Notes

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Crossing from north to south at Secret Lake Park

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Sidewalk provided on the east side between N Triplet Dr to Hill St

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Gap on the north side from Sunset Dr N to approximately 130' east. Reconstruct ramps at Sunset Drive Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 30' gap (north side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps 200' gap on the south side from Anchor Road to the east and 30' gap on the north side approximately 440' east of Anchor Rd Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope south side) as well as driveway. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side) Gap on the west side from south of Jasmine to Jasmine Gap on the west side at intersections with Kentia and Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 100' gap on east side Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

44


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

PARK AVE PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR PARK DR PAUL MCCLURE CT PAUL MCCLURE CT PAUL MCCLURE CT PINE KNOLL CT PINE ST PINE TREE DR PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD PLAZA OVAL PLAZA OVAL PLAZA OVAL PLUMOSA AVE

S WINTER PARK DR HILLTOP RD LAKE DR OAK LN ROLLING LN S WINTER PARK DR NIBLICK DR PARK AVE S WINTER PARK DR TALLWOOD DR LAKEVIEW DR SLUMBER LN ASCENSION DR OVERBROOK DR S US HWY 17‐92 GOLDEN DAYS DR N GRIFFIN DR PINE TREE DR LAKE ELLEN DR

PAUL MCCLURE CT OAK LN HILLTOP RD CARLISLE DR LAKE DR ROLLING LN END OF ROAD NIBLICK DR PARK AVE END OF ROAD S US HWY 17‐92 PLAZA OVAL S US HWY 17‐92 ASCENSION DR OVERBROOK DR PINE TREE DR GOLDEN DAYS DR N GRIFFIN DR N CYPRESS WAY

No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

N/A South South South South South Both Both Both South N/A South South/East South/East South/East North/East North/East North/East Both

N/A No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No No

N/A No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No Yes

6 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 5 6 6 6 4 3 3 7

PLUMOSA AVE PLUMOSA AVE POPLAR CT PRINCE PHILIP DR PRINCE PHILIP DR QUAIL POND CIR QUEEN ELAINE DR QUEEN ELAINE DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUINTUPLET CT QUINTUPLET DR QUINTUPLET DR RAINBOW DR RANCH TRL ROLLING LN ROUNDTABLE DR S CYPRESS WAY S CYPRESS WAY S CYPRESS WAY S EMBREY DR S LOST LAKE LN

N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17‐92 WATER LN AVALON BLVD BENWICK WAY TRIPLET LAKE DR GALAHAD DR LADY SUSAN DR S LOST LAKE LN S TRIPLET LAKE DR S WINTER PARK DR QUINTUPLET DR QUINTUPLET CT S WINTER PARK DR DIANE CIR BRIDLE PATH START OF ROAD LANCELOT WAY LEMON LN LIME RD W MELODY LN SUNSET DR NIBLICK DR

N CYPRESS WAY LAKE ELLEN DR END OF ROAD BENWICK WAY AVALON BLVD END OF ROAD LADY SUSAN DR LANCELOT WAY S WINTER PARK DR S LOST LAKE LN S TRIPLET LAKE DR END OF ROAD LAKE DR QUINTUPLET CT DIANE CIR SURREY RUN PARK DR GUINEVERE DR LIME RD NORMANDY RD LEMON LN END OF ROAD SAZA RUN

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes

Both Both Both Both Both North/South Both Both North/East North/East North/East Both North North Both Both Both Both East East East N/A East

No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A Yes

No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No

3 5 3 4 4 7 5 4 4 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 3 4 6 6 6 3 5

S LOST LAKE LN S LOST LAKE LN S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR

NORRIS PL SAZA RUN NORTHMOOR RD OVERBROOK DR SANDPIPER LN SOUTHCOT DR THOMAS DR TRIPLET LAKE DR OVERBROOK DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR SOUTHCOT DR THOMAS DR TRIPLET LAKE DR BRIGHTON WAY CAMELOT WAY CANNON WAY CRYSTAL BOWL CIR CRYSTAL BOWL CIR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD

NIBLICK DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR OVERBROOK DR SOUTHCOT DR N OXFORD RD SANDPIPER LN NORTHMOOR RD THOMAS DR SOUTHCOT DR END OF ROAD OVERBROOK DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR S TRIPLET LAKE DR THOMAS DR CANNON WAY CRYSTAL BOWL CIR RED BUG LAKE RD CRYSTAL BOWL CIR PARK AVE WILSHIRE DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

East East East East East East East East South South South South South South Both Both Both Both Both West West West West

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

No No No Yes No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No

3 3 2 5 3 3 2 1 3 3 5 3 3 2 6 4 6 4 6 4 4 4 4

Gap Notes

Adjacent to golf course. ROW Constrained

Midblock crossing (Reconstruct ramps) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Sidewalk to be completed by adjacent parcels Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Parking spaces within ROW Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 170 ' gap on north side from west of Lake Ellen Drive to Lake Ellen Dr Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps 300' gap from Triplett Drive to Terminus, sidewalk provided Reconstruct transition through driveway Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Mid Block Crossing at Evergreen Cemetery. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Existing sidewalk on east side from Queens Mirror Cir to approximately 280' north of Saza Run

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (east side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

45


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR SAN LEANDRO DR SAN LEANDRO DR SAN PABLO AVE SAN PABLO AVE SAN PABLO AVE SAN TOMAS DR SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAUSALITO BLVD SAZA RUN SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW SHADY HOLW SHOSHONEE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL SLEEPY CT SLUMBER LN SLUMBER LN SONESTA CT SOUTHCOT DR SOUTHCOT DR SOUTHCOT DR SPOONHOUR DR SPRUCE CT STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR STANHOPE DR SUMMERSET TER SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL

LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD PARK AVE PARK DR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUINTUPLET DR SR 436 WILSHIRE DR SAUSALITO BLVD SONESTA CT SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR START OF ROAD SAUSALITO BLVD BOCANA DR MADRID DR ORINDA CT SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR SONORA DR SR 436 VALLEJO CT S LOST LAKE LN HIDDEN PINES CIR HIDDEN PINES CIR N TRIPLET LAKE DR SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT START OF ROAD SECRET WAY CARRIAGE HILL DR GOVERNORS KNOB IVY FARM LN IVY FARM LN CREE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL START OF ROAD GOLDEN DAYS DR START OF ROAD SAN LEANDRO DR CONCH SHELL LN OVERBROOK DR SUNSET DR KANTOR BLVD CITRUS LN BAUER DR DOSTER DR DROSDICK DR HOLTZ DR KRAFT DR SPOONHOUR DR TODD DR WINDING RIDGE RD BRIDLE PATH PADDOCK WAY SLEEPY CT

KENTIA RD LILAC RD QUEENS MIRROR CIR CAMELOT WAY MARIGOLD RD QUEENS MIRROR CIR PARK DR RED BUG LAKE RD BRIGHTON WAY SONESTA CT SAN PABLO AVE SAUSALITO BLVD SAN LEANDRO DR SAN TOMAS DR SAN PABLO AVE MADRID DR SONORA DR SAN TOMAS DR VALLEJO CT SAN LEANDRO DR ORINDA CT BOCANA DR SAN PABLO AVE END OF ROAD HIDDEN PINES CIR SEMINOLA BLVD SECRET WAY CIR SECRET WAY CT HIDDEN PINES CIR SECRET WAY END OF ROAD GOVERNORS KNOB IVY FARM LN CARRIAGE HILL DR IVY FARM LN KEWANNEE TRL CREE TRL SUNDOWN TRL PINE TREE DR GOLDEN DAYS DR END OF ROAD S SUNSET DR CONCH SHELL LN S TRIPLET LAKE DR STANHOPE DR END OF ROAD DOSTER DR KANTOR BLVD TODD DR SPOONHOUR DR BAUER DR KRAFT DR HOLTZ DR END OF ROAD WOODSTREAM LN THE SPUR LAURA ST

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

West Both Both Both West West Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both West West Both South South South Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes

No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No

4 4 6 4 5 5 4 6 6 2 4 2 2 3 2 5 5 2 2 4 2 5 2 3 1 3 2 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 3 4 0 2 5 5 2 4 6 4 4 0 2 2 7 2 2 2 5 5 1 1 5

SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNDOWN TRL SUNNYTOWN RD SUNRISE DR SUNSHADOW DR SURREY KNLS SURREY RUN SURREY RUN TALLWOOD DR

THE SPUR WIL O WIK DR WOODSTREAM LN S US HWY 17‐92 DIANE CIR SUNCREST LOOP APPLE HILL HOLW BRIDLE PATH RANCH TRL PINE KNOLL CT

WIL O WIK DR SLEEPY CT PADDOCK WAY BALL PARK RD DIANE CIR W SR 434 END OF ROAD RANCH TRL BRIDLE PATH THORNBERRY DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Both Both Both Both Both West Both Both Both South

No No No No No No No No No No

No Yes No No No No Yes No No No

2 4 1 3 1 4 5 1 1 2

Gap Notes

Reconstruct to meet slope max east side in median

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side).

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Construct No sidewalk on south side between SR 436 and Sausalito

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side)

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Sidewalk gap on east side approximately 60' South of Laura St to Laura St Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side)

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

46


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

TALLWOOD DR THE SPUR THOMAS DR THOMAS DR THORNBERRY DR TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIMBERLANE TRL TIPTON RD TODD DR TRIPLET CT TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR TRUFFLE LN TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TULIP TRL TURTLE MOUND DR TURTLE MOUND DR TYRONE CT VALLEJO CT VALMORA DR VALMORA DR VARICK WAY VARICK WAY VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR W FOOTHILL WAY W MELODY LN W MELODY LN W MELODY LN W MELODY LN WATER LN WATER LN WETUMPA CT WIL O WIK DR WILSHIRE CT WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WILSHIRE DR WINDING RIDGE RD WINDING RIDGE RD WINDING RIDGE RD WINGO DR WINSLOW CIR WINSLOW CIR WINTER GREEN BV

VALMORA DR SUNDOWN TRL CASSELGROVE CV SUNSET DR COLOMBO DR AURORA CIR CLOISTERS CV COLONY DR COLONY DR LANDMARK LN LANDMARK LN OSCEOLA TRL HILLTOP RD KANTOR BLVD NE TRIPLET DR QUAIL POND CIR N TRIPLET LAKE DR S US HWY 17‐92 S US HWY 17‐92 SUNSET DR MANHATTAN LN IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD START OF ROAD CALOOSA TRL OSCEOLA TRL LAKE DR SAUSALITO BLVD ALPEEN DR COLOMBO DR LEGACY PARK DR MANHATTAN LN IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD START OF ROAD ELM DR JACKSON CT N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY S US HWY 17‐92 MEADOW AVE POPLAR CT CALOOSA TRL START OF ROAD WILSHIRE DR BRIGHTON DR BRITTANY CIR COLDWATER DR DEBBY DR ELM DR GREGORY DR MARK DAVID BLVD S WINTER PARK DR SR 436 WILSHIRE CT OLD BARN WAY RED BUG LAKE RD SUMMERSET TER N WINTER PARK DR KEWANNEE TRL WINSLOW CIR WINTER GREEN BV

To Street

PINE KNOLL CT END OF ROAD S TRIPLET LAKE DR CASSELGROVE CV TALLWOOD DR COLONY DR LANDMARK LN AURORA CIR CLOISTERS CV E SR 434 TIMBERLANE TRL COLONY DR END OF ROAD STANHOPE DR END OF ROAD SUNSET DR END OF ROAD QUAIL POND CIR W MELODY LN TRIPLET LAKE DR LEGACY PARK DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD OSCEOLA TRL CALOOSA TRL HOLLIDAY DR END OF ROAD TALLWOOD DR ALPEEN DR MANHATTAN LN LEGACY PARK DR HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD MARIGOLD RD GREGORY DR N CYPRESS WAY ANCHOR RD ANCHOR RD JACKSON CT POPLAR CT END OF ROAD END OF ROAD SUNDOWN TRL END OF ROAD S WINTER PARK DR END OF ROAD DEBBY DR ELM DR GREGORY DR MARK DAVID BLVD WILSHIRE CT COLDWATER DR BRIGHTON DR BRITTANY CT MARK DAVID BLVD SUMMERSET TER OLD BARN WAY END OF ROAD WINSLOW CIR WINSLOW CIR SR 436

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No

South Both South South Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both North Both N/A North Both North North North Both North North North North North North Both Both West Both Both Both Both Both North North North North North North Both South South South South Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both Both South Both Both N/A

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No N/A

2 1 2 2 1 3 3 4 3 3 3 4 1 5 2 6 4 6 6 3 1 8 6 6 6 6 5 4 4 0 2 2 2 1 1 5 4 4 4 6 4 6 6 3 5 6 3 4 4 2 5 6 4 4 4 5 5 5 4 6 4 5 4 4 1 4 4 4

Gap Notes

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side)

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side) Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

47


Summary of Existing Sidewalks Assessment Street From Street

To Street

Sidewalk Present

Side

Gaps

Exceeds Priortization Max Score Slope

WINTER GREEN BV WOLF TRL WOLF TRL WOODSTREAM LN WYANDOTTE TRL WYANDOTTE TRL WYNDHAM WAY

SR 436 GEE CREEK LN WOLF TRL BRIDLE PATH COCHISE TRL SHOSHONEE TRL SEMINOLA BLVD

WINTER GREEN BV WOLF TRL OSCEOLA TRL SUNDOWN TRL CREE TRL COCHISE TRL BRIDLE PATH

No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

N/A Both Both Both Both Both Both

N/A No No No No No Yes

N/A No No 0 No No No

4 4 4 1 1 0 3

ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR ZINNIA DR

IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD START OF ROAD ZINNIA DR

HIBISCUS RD IRIS RD JASMINE RD KENTIA RD LILAC RD ELM DR

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

North North North North North North

No No No No No No

Yes No No no No No

6 4 4 4 4 4

Gap Notes

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps

Gap on east side from Seminola Blvd to approximately 160 feet north. Add ramp and crossing at intersection with Iris Rd

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Prioritized Sidewalk Improvements and Estimated Probable Cost Sidewalk Present Yes

Side North

Exceeds Max Priortization Gaps Slope Score Notes Yes No 3 340' gap (north side). Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps

Street CONCORD DR

From Street JACKSON CT

To Street N CYPRESS WAY

CONCORD DR LAKE KATHRYN CIR

S US HWY 17‐92 SEMINOLA BLVD

TERESA CT AMICK WAY

Yes Yes

North East

Yes Yes

No No

3 2

QUAIL POND CIR

TRIPLET LAKE DR

END OF ROAD

Yes

North/South

Yes

No

2

S SUNSET DR

OVERBROOK DR

SOUTHCOT DR

Yes

East

No

Yes

S WINTER PARK DR

PARK AVE

QUEENS MIRROR CIR

Yes

Both

No

S WINTER PARK DR

QUEENS MIRROR CIR

MARIGOLD RD

Yes

Both

No

BAY ST

START OF ROAD

FRANCES AVE

Yes

Both

CAMELIA DR

N WINTER PARK DR

END OF ROAD

Yes

north

IRIS RD

S WINTER PARK DR

ZINNIA DR

Yes

IRIS RD

SR 436

TULIP TRL

PLUMOSA AVE

LAKE ELLEN DR

N CYPRESS WAY

BALL PARK RD

SUNNYTOWN RD

LAKE ELLEN DR

Sidewalk (LF) 340

Add/ Driveway Reconstr Transitions Ramps Cost Estimate 0 6 $49,000

Project Description Concord Drive Improvements

Project Year 2021 2021 2022

240 730

0 7

0 0

$24,000 $104,500

300

0

2

$35,000

3

240' gap (north side) 730' gap on east side from 730' south of Amick Way to Amick Way 300' gap from Triplett Drive to Terminus, sidewalk provided to park via Triplet Drive Reconstruct to meet slope max (east side).

500

3

0

$73,500

Yes

3

Reconstruct to meet slope max (east side).

400

5

2

$75,500

Yes

5

Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side).

400

0

2

$53,000

Yes

No

3

160' gap on east side, 110' gap west side

270

2

0

$36,000

Concord Drive Improvements Lake Kathryn Complete Streets ‐ Seminola Blvd to Laura Street Quail Pond Circle Complete Streets Ped Connectivity Improvement Sunset Drive Livable Streets ‐ Pedestrian Improvments South Winter Park Dr Improvements (Crystal Bowl to Trail Crossing S of Cannon Wy South Winter Park Drive (Crystal Bowl to Trail Crossing S of Cannon Wy Resurfacing

No

Yes

1

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side).

150

2

0

$27,000

Resurfacing

2023

South

Yes

no

6

Add missing sidewalk to connect to intersection.

100

0

2

$15,000

Resurfacing

2023

Yes

South

Yes

No

4

480' gap between SR 436 and Tulip Trail.

480

0

0

$48,000

Resurfacing

2023

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Resconstruct Curb Ramps. 170' gap on north side from west of Lake Ellen Drive to Lake Ellen Dr.

610

0

0

$66,200

Resurfacing

2023

END OF ROAD

yes

East

yes

No

4

100

0

2

$15,000

Resurfacing

2025

PLUMOSA AVE

PACKING HOUSE DR

Yes

west

Yes

No

4

Reconstruct/add curb ramps. 100' gap to Sunnytown Park Path, 20' sidewalk repair 20' gap on east side including ramps

20

0

0

$2,000

Resurfacing

2023

AMICK WAY

LAKE KATHRYN CIR

DIANE CIR

Yes

Both

No

No

2

Reconstruct/Add Curb Ramps

ASCENSION DR

OVERBROOK DR

PINEY RIDGE RD

yes

South

Yes

no

5

BRIGHTON DR

BRIGHTON WAY

CANNON WAY

Yes

East/West

No

yes

6

BAYBERRY BR

CARRIAGE HILL DR

CARRIAGE HILL DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

5

ROW may be an issue. Gap of 130' and 230' to existing sidewalk on the north and south ends (outside ROW) Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side) approximately 180'. Reconstruct Curb Ramps Reconstruct 1500' to meet slope max (both sides)

ELM DR

IVANHOE WAY

W HELM WAY

Yes

Both

No

yes

5

LOWNDES SQ

MARIGOLD RD

MARIGOLD RD

Yes

Both

No

Yes

5

Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides). Add Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side)

ALPEEN DR

N SUNSET DR

VALMORA DR

Yes

none

yes

N/A

4

BRIGHTON DR

WILSHIRE DR

BRIGHTON WAY

Yes

East/West

yes

No

4

HIBISCUS RD

SR 436

TULIP TRL

Yes

South

Yes

No

4

2022 2022 2025 2025 2023

0

0

5

$12,500

‐‐

‐‐

360

0

4

$46,000

‐‐

‐‐

180

2

4

$40,600

‐‐

‐‐

1500

16

0

$252,000

‐‐

‐‐

500

3

3

$81,000

‐‐

‐‐

400

5

0

$70,500

‐‐

‐‐

125' gap between N Sunset Drive and Valmora Drive (existing

125

0

4

$22,500

‐‐

‐‐

260' gap (west side) adjacent to retail

260

3

0

$39,500

‐‐

‐‐

220' gap (north side)

220

3

0

$35,500

‐‐

‐‐

PALM DR

IRIS RD

HIBISCUS RD

Yes

West

No

Yes

4

Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side)

200

0

4

$34,000

‐‐

‐‐

PALM DR

JASMINE RD

IRIS RD

Yes

West

Yes

No

4

40' gap on the west side from south of Jasmine to Jasmine

40

0

3

$11,500

‐‐

‐‐

PALM DR

KENTIA RD

JASMINE RD

Yes

West

Yes

No

4

80' gap on the west side at intersections with Kentia and

80

0

3

$15,500

‐‐

‐‐

PALM DR

LILAC RD

KENTIA RD

Yes

Both

Yes

No

4

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 100' gap on east side

100

0

4

$20,000

‐‐

‐‐

PALM DR

MARIGOLD RD

LILAC RD

Yes

Both

No

No

4

Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps.

0

0

5

$12,500

‐‐

‐‐

VIOLET DELL DR

MARIGOLD RD

LILAC RD

Yes

North

No

Yes

4

Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side).

150

1

4

$32,500

‐‐

‐‐

ZINNIA DR

IRIS RD

HIBISCUS RD

Yes

North

No

Yes

4

Add ramp and crossing at intersection with Iris Rd.

40

1

4

$18,500

‐‐

‐‐

BLUEBELL DR

N WINTER PARK DR

END OF ROAD

Yes

North

No

Yes

3

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side).

500

4

0

$78,000

‐‐

‐‐

ELM DR

JUPITER WAY

IVANHOE WAY

Yes

Both

No

yes

3

250

2

3

$46,500

‐‐

‐‐

FERN ST

LIME RD

NORMANDY RD

Yes

West

No

yes

3

100

2

2

$26,000

‐‐

‐‐

GREGORY DR

WILSHIRE DR

BRIGHTON WAY

Yes

Both

Yes

No

3

0

0

2

$5,000

‐‐

‐‐

JASMINE RD

SR 436

TULIP TRL

Yes

North

Yes

No

3

Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Add Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet slope max (west sides). Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Gap on the east side from Wiltshire to Brighton Way. Add curb ramps to access between existing sidewalks. Parking Spaces on Jasmine may limit ability to install sidewalk

870

0

0

$87,000

‐‐

‐‐

49

2


Prioritized Sidewalk Improvements and Estimated Probable Cost Sidewalk Present Yes

Side Both

Street ORANGE LN

From Street START OF ROAD

To Street ANCHOR RD

OVERBROOK DR

S SUNSET DR

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

Yes

Both

Exceeds Max Priortization Gaps Slope Score Notes Yes No 3 200' gap (south side) from Anchor Road to the east and 30' gap (north side) approximately 440' east of Anchor Rd No Yes 3 Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side) as well as driveway. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. No Yes 3 Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side)

Sidewalk (LF) 260

Add/ Driveway Reconstr Transitions Ramps Cost Estimate 4 0 $44,000

Project Description ‐‐

Project Year ‐‐

160

2

2

$33,200

‐‐

‐‐

500

7

0

$91,500

‐‐

‐‐

250

7

0

$61,500

‐‐

‐‐

SURREY KNLS

APPLE HILL HOLW

END OF ROAD

Yes

Both

W FOOTHILL WAY

ELM DR

GREGORY DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

3

Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side)

BAYOU DR

CRESTVIEW LN

CROSS ST

Yes

South

No

Yes

2

Reconstruct 75' to meet slope max (north side)

75

1

0

$13,500

CANTERBURY CIR

LADY AMY DR

LADY AMY DR

Yes

Both

No

yes

2

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side)

500

8

0

$96,000

‐‐

‐‐

CARRIAGE HILL CIR

LAMPLITE WAY

HERITAGE COVE CT

Yes

Both

No

yes

2

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side)

200

11

2

$78,500

‐‐

‐‐

GOLDEN DAYS DR

SLUMBER LN

PLAZA OVAL

Yes

North

No

yes

2

75

1

0

$13,500

‐‐

‐‐

GOLDEN DAYS DR

US HWY 17‐92

SLUMBER LN

Yes

North

yes

No

2

Reconstruct to meet slope max (north side). Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 50' gap connecting to US 17‐92

50

0

0

$5,000

‐‐

‐‐

LANDS END

HELEN ST

E SR 434

Yes

West

Yes

No

2

170' gap (north side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps.

170

2

0

$26,000

‐‐

‐‐

LILAC RD

S WINTER PARK DR

ZINNIA DR

Yes

Both

No

yes

2

Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side).

500

6

2

$92,000

‐‐

‐‐

MARK DAVID BLVD

COBBLESTONE CT

WINDING RIDGE RD

Yes

Both

No

yes

4

Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side).

500

3

0

$73,500

‐‐

‐‐

MARK DAVID BLVD

MARK DAVID CT

COBBLESTONE CT

Yes

Both

No

yes

2

Reconstruct to meet max slope (west side).

240

3

0

$42,300

OAK PARK PL

N SUNSET DR

OLD OAK PT

Yes

Both

Yes

No

2

130

0

2

$18,000

‐‐

‐‐

OAK PARK PL

OLD OAK PT

END OF ROAD

Yes

Both

Yes

No

2

130' Gap (north side) from Sunset Dr N to approximately 130' east. Reconstruct ramps at Sunset Drive. Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. 30' gap (north side)

30

0

2

$8,000

‐‐

‐‐

QUEEN ELAINE DR

GALAHAD DR

LADY SUSAN DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

Reconstruct transition through driveway.

50

1

0

$10,500

‐‐

‐‐

S LOST LAKE LN

NIBLICK DR

SAZA RUN

Yes

East

Yes

No

2

280

0

0

$28,000

‐‐

‐‐

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

S TRIPLET LAKE DR

OVERBROOK DR

Yes

West

No

Yes

2

75

0

2

$14,000

‐‐

‐‐

SAN LEANDRO DR

SONESTA CT

SAN PABLO AVE

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

250

0

0

$30,000

‐‐

‐‐

SAUSALITO BLVD

SAN TOMAS DR

SAN LEANDRO DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

250

6

0

$57,000

‐‐

‐‐

‐‐

‐‐

‐‐

‐‐

SAUSALITO BLVD

SR 436

BOCANA DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

280' Gap (south side) from Niblick Drive to south of Niblick Drive Reconstruct to meet slope max (west side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (south side). Add/Reconstruct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side). Add/Construct Curb Ramps. Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side).

240

0

2

$33,800

‐‐

‐‐

STANHOPE DR

DROSDICK DR

TODD DR

Yes

Both

No

Yes

2

Reconstruct to meet max slope (north side).

150

6

0

$45,000

‐‐

‐‐

WYNDHAM WAY

SEMINOLA BLVD

BRIDLE PATH

Yes

Both

Yes

No

2

160

0

2

$21,000

‐‐

‐‐

CASSEL CREEK BLVD

DERBYSHIRE CIR

SR 436

Yes

North

No

Yes

1

275

2

4

$52,000

‐‐

‐‐

DIANE CT

SEMINOLA BLVD

END OF ROAD

Yes

Both

No

yes

1

160' Gap (east side) from Seminola Blvd to approximately 160' north. Reconstruct between driveways adjacent to skating rink. Repair 75' of Sidewalk. Reconstruct to meet slope max (both sides).

1000

14

0

$183,000

‐‐

‐‐

FRANCES AVE

BAY ST

IVEY RD

Yes

Both

Yes

No

1

360' Gap (north side) and 280' (south side)

640

3

2

$82,500

‐‐

‐‐

FRANCES AVE

START OF ROAD

BAY ST

Yes

Both

Yes

No

1

160' gap on east side

160

0

1

$18,500

‐‐

‐‐

SUNDOWN TRL

SLEEPY CT

LAURA ST

Yes

Both

Yes

No

1

60' gap (east side) South of Laura St to Laura St

60

0

3

$13,500

‐‐

‐‐

SUNDOWN TRL

WIL O WIK DR

SLEEPY CT

Yes

Both

No

Yes

1

Reconstruct to meet max slope (east side).

500

6

0

$87,000

‐‐

‐‐

50

2


PEDESTRIAN SIGNAL - OPINION OF PROBABLE COST NORTHWEST CORNER OF S WINTER PARK AVE AT CRYSTAL BOWL Pay Item 630-2-11 646-1-11 653-11 653-1-60 665-1-11

Description Conduit, F&I, Open Trench Aluminum Signal Poles, F&I, Pedestal Pedestrian Signal, F&I, LED, Countdown Pedestrian Signal, Remove Ped Signal, Pole to Remain Pedestrian Detector

Units LF EA EA AS EA

Quantity Unit Price 10.0 $ 10.00 1.0 $ 1,700.00 1.0 $ 750.00 1.0 $ 90.00 1.0 $ 350.00 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL

$ $ $ $ $ $

Total 100.00 1,700.00 750.00 90.00 350.00 2,990.00

51


Appendix D Pedestrian‐Auto Crash Data

52


Pedestrian-Auto Crash Data Total Injury + Injury and Death per Prioritization Score Fatality Mile

Length (Miles)

HSMV #'s

Crash Date

Fatalities

Injuries

Longitude

Latitude

Grand Rue Dr

0.60

85095233

11/17/2015

0

1

1

1.68

1

-81.30271164

28.67758329

Oxford Rd

0.22

85158247

1/27/2016

0

1

1

4.55

2

-81.33966124

28.65629705

86383147

7/16/2016

0

0

0

0.00

0

-81.33918976

28.66750964

Road

Piney Ridge Rd

0.29

Secret Way

0.40

86383225

8/11/2016

0

1

1

2.52

2

-81.33028669

28.6779517

Winter Park Dr S

1.75

88613933

8/12/2018

0

0

0

0.00

0

-81.31757075

28.67523661

Summary E of Hopemore Place. Jogging on roadway with traffic. Driver did not see jogger. WB Left from Casselberry Plaza hit skateboarder crossing EB across Oxford Road, dark, dark clothing Westbound at US 17-92. Vehicle hit SB wheelchair crossing in crosswalk. at Seminola Blvd, skateboarder struck on seminola crossing secret Lake Way Crosswalk NB on Winter Park Dr N of Seminola Blvd, pedestrian walking in middle of roadway.

53


Appendix E Socio‐Economic Data

54


TAZs - City of Casselberry

±

109

133 137

135

132

136 134

175 222 176 174

170

180

173 177

179

190 189

194 193

199

200 198

55


Description

TAZ

Singlefamily units 1081 1081

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

1

31

68

1

31

68

2

51

47

2

51

47

3

52

45

3

52

45

5

43

52

5

43

52

2

51

47

2

51

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

2+

9

26

31

9

26

31

10

33

31

10

33

31

13

56

31

13

56

31

13

44

31

13

44

31

10

33

31

10

33

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

110

ALPEEN DR Total Percentage

135

AMICK WAY Total Percentage

109

APPLE HILL HOLW Total Percentage

176

ASCENSION DR Total Percentage

175

ASH TREE CV Total Percentage

137

AURORA CIR Total Percentage

109

471 471

3 3 3

52 52 52

45 45 45

1612 1612 1612

13 13 13

AVALON BLVD Total Percentage

136

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

191 191

AVALON CT Total Percentage

136

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

BALL PARK RD Total Percentage

134

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

BAUER DR Total Percentage

190

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

BAY ST Total Percentage

135

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

BAYBERRY BR Total Percentage

176

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

BAYOU DR BAYOU DR Total Percentage

110 137

1081 713 713

1 2

31 39

68 59

2

39

59

BEACON HILL CT Total Percentage

189

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

BELLE AVE Total Percentage

109

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

BENEDICT CT Total Percentage

180

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

BENEDICT WAY Total Percentage

180

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

BENWICK WAY Total Percentage

136

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

BLUEBELL DR Total Percentage

137

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

BOCANA DR Total Percentage

190

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

471 471

538 538

39 39

High Income

1

7TH ST Total Percentage

385 385

Cars

116 116

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 710 76 710 76 65.68% 65.52%

Dwelling Units 786 786 65.66%

Priority Score 2

7 7 0.65%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 23.08%

60 60 22.56%

69 69 22.62%

30 30 76.92%

206 206 77.44%

236 236 77.38%

2

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

31

22 22 3.09%

56 56 56

31 31 31

9 9 0.78%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.78%

173 173 15.08%

624 624 54.40%

797 797 69.49%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

2

34

31

34

31

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

2

40 40 3.43%

191 191

2

34

31

34

31

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

2

40 40 3.43%

180 180

13

47

31

47

31

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

13

0 0 0.00%

903 903

14

42

31

42

31

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

14

7 7 2.41%

269 269

10

33

31

33

31

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

10

5 5 1.30%

420 420

13

44

31

44

31

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

13

3 3 0.56%

116 919 919

9 5

26 46

31 31

46

31

0 0 0 0.00%

7 22 22 1.35%

364 454 454 63.67%

40 613 613 66.70%

404 1067 1067 65.38%

710 237 237 33.24%

76 306 306 33.30%

786 543 543 33.27%

1

5

7 22 22 3.09%

999 999

16

47

31

47

31

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

16

4 4 0.91%

1612 1612

13

56

31

56

31

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

13

9 9 1.91%

228 228

10

28

31

28

31

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

10

3 3 0.31%

228 228

10

28

31

28

31

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

10

3 3 0.31%

191 191

2

34

31

34

31

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

2

40 40 3.43%

919 919

5

46

31

46

31

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

5

22 22 3.09%

903 903

14

42

31

42

31

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

14

7 7 2.41%

269 269

1612 1612

420 420

266 266

7 7 0.58%

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 364 40 404 364 40 404 33.67% 34.48% 33.75%

56


Description

TAZ

BRIDLE PATH Total Percentage

137

BRIGHTON DR Total Percentage

179

BRIGHTON WAY BRIGHTON WAY Total Percentage

179 180

BRITTANY CIR Total Percentage

180

BRITTANY CT Total Percentage

180

BURNING SAGE LN Total Percentage

137

BUTTON RD Total Percentage

135

CALOOSA TRL Total Percentage

109

CAMELIA DR Total Percentage

137

CAMELOT WAY Total Percentage

136

CANNON WAY CANNON WAY Total Percentage

179 180

CANTERBURY CIR Total Percentage

136

CAPRON ASH LOOP Total Percentage

137

CARLISLE DR CARLISLE DR Total Percentage

137 139

CARRIAGE HILL CIR Total Percentage

139

CARRIAGE HILL DR Total Percentage

176

CASSEL CREEK BLVD Total Percentage

189

CASSELGROVE CV Total Percentage

135

CASSELTON DR Total Percentage

200

CHANEY CT Total Percentage

180

CHANEY DR Total Percentage

180

CITRUS LN Total

193

Singlefamily units 713 713

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

2

39

59

2

39

59

192 192

5

43

52

5

43

52

192 970 1162

5 5

43 37

52 58

5

40

55

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

192 970 970

5 5

43 37

52 58

5

37

58

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

713 448 1161

2 3

39 27

59 70

3

27

70

448 448

3

27

70

3

27

70

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

741 741

5

45

50

5

45

50

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

128 128

6

51

43

Cars

High Income

1

2+

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

72 72

13

46

31

13

46

31

72 228 300

13 10

46 28

31 31

12

37

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

72 228 228

13 10

46 28

31 31

10

28

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

919 1 920

5 3

46 28

31 31

3

28

31

1 1

3

28

31

3

28

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

1485 1485

12

40

31

12

40

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

857 857

17

53

31

Singlefamily

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 454 613 1067 454 613 1067 63.67% 66.70% 65.38%

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 237 306 237 306 33.24% 33.30%

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 2.08%

2 2 2.78%

6 6 2.27%

188 188 97.92%

70 70 97.22%

258 258 97.73%

2

0 3 3 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 3 3 0.21%

4 157 161 13.86%

2 38 40 13.33%

6 195 201 13.75%

188 810 998 85.89%

70 190 260 86.67%

258 1000 1258 86.05%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 3 3 0.31%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 3 3 0.25%

4 157 157 16.19%

2 38 38 16.67%

6 195 195 16.28%

188 810 810 83.51%

70 190 190 83.33%

258 1000 1000 83.47%

2

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

22 29 51 4.39%

0 0 0 0.00%

22 29 51 2.45%

454 378 832 71.66%

613 1 614 66.74%

1067 379 1446 69.49%

237 41 278 23.94%

306 0 306 33.26%

543 41 584 28.06%

0

29 29 6.47%

0 0 0.00%

29 29 6.46%

378 378 84.38%

1 1 100.00%

379 379 84.41%

41 41 9.15%

0 0 0.00%

41 41 9.13%

0

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

249 249 33.60%

500 500 33.67%

749 749 33.65%

492 492 66.40%

985 985 66.33%

1477 1477 66.35%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

8 8

0 0

8 8

114 114

814 814

928 928

6 6

43 43

49 49

0

Multi-family

Dwelling Units 543 543 33.27%

Priority Score 1

Dwelling Units 22 22 1.35%

57


Description

TAZ

Singlefamily units

0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

6

51

43

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

274 362 636

11 6

32 31

57 63

11

32

57

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

291

5

43

52

Percentage CLOISTERS CV Total Percentage

109

COBBLESTONE CT Total Percentage

180

COCHISE TRL Total Percentage

189

COLDWATER DR Total Percentage

180

COLOMBO DR Total Percentage

135

COLONNADES CV Total Percentage

109

COLONY DR Total Percentage

109

CONCORD DR CONCORD DR Total Percentage

132 133

CORNWALL CT Total Percentage Prioritization Score

136

COTILLION CT Total Percentage Prioritization Score

176

COTTAGE CT Total Percentage Prioritization Score

133

CREE TRL Total Percentage Prioritization Score

189

CRESTVIEW DR Total Percentage Prioritization Score

137

CRESTVIEW LN Total Percentage

137

CROSS ST Total Percentage

137

CRYSTAL BOWL CIR Total Percentage

136

CRYSTAL BOWL CIR Total Percentage

180

DEBBY DR Total Percentage

180

DERBYSHIRE CIR Total Percentage

189

DERBYSHIRE RD Total Percentage

189

DESOTO DR

190

Cars

Cars 1

2+

17

53

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

189 350 539

13 14

47 41

31 31

13

47

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

903

14

42

High Income SingleMulti-family family 6.25% 0.00%

Dwelling Units 0.81%

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 89.06% 94.98% 94.21%

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 4.69% 5.02%

Dwelling Units 4.97%

Priority Score

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

1 0 1 0.16%

0 0 0 0.00%

1 0 1 0.09%

20 246 266 41.82%

15 238 253 46.94%

35 484 519 44.17%

253 116 369 58.02%

174 112 286 53.06%

427 228 655 55.74%

2

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83% 1

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98% 1

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02% 1

1

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00% 0

0

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27% 1

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

31

4 4 0.91%

31

7

0

7

188

605

793

96

298

394

1

58


Description

TAZ

Total Percentage DIANE CIR DIANE CIR Total Percentage

136 137

DIANE CT Total Percentage

136

DOHENY WAY Total Percentage

180

DOSTER DR Total Percentage

190

DROSDICK DR Total Percentage

190

E FOOTHILL WAY Total Percentage

180

E GRANDVIEW WAY Total Percentage

180

E HELM WAY Total Percentage

180

E MELODY LN Total Percentage

135

EASTON WAY Total Percentage

139

EL DORADO WAY Total Percentage

180

ELM DR Total Percentage

180

ENSIGN CT Total Percentage

137

ETOWAH CIR Total Percentage

109

EXCALIBUR DR Total Percentage

136

FERN ST Total Percentage

134

FOREST DR Total Percentage

180

FOREST PARK LN Total Percentage

133

FRANCES AVE Total Percentage

135

GALAHAD DR Total Percentage

136

GEE CREEK CT Total Percentage

109

GEE CREEK LN

109

Singlefamily units 291

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

5

43

52

1166 713 1879

3 2

24 39

73 59

2

39

59

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

448 448

3

27

70

3

27

70

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

471

3

52

45

Cars

High Income

885 1067 1952 65.31%

371 237 608 32.36%

61 306 367 33.06%

432 543 975 32.62%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

29 29 6.47%

0 0 0.00%

29 29 6.46%

378 378 84.38%

1 1 100.00%

379 379 84.41%

41 41 9.15%

0 0 0.00%

41 41 9.13%

0

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

31

9 9 1.91%

31

9

0

9

173

624

797

289

988

1277

42

31

191 919 1110

2 5

34 46

31 31

5

46

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

1 1

3

28

31

3

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

1612

13

56

Multi-family

7 2.41%

0 0.00%

7 0.59%

40 22 62 3.30%

0 0 0 0.00%

40 22 62 2.07%

755 454 1209 64.34%

130 613 743 66.94%

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 2.41%

Singlefamily

Priority Score

298 33.00%

14

903

Low Income

96 32.99%

2+

Dwelling Units

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 188 605 793 64.60% 67.00% 66.42%

Dwelling Units 394 33.00%

1

Singlefamily

Multi-family

1

59


Description

TAZ

GEE CREEK LN Total Percentage Prioritization Score

137

GENEVA LEGACY LN Total Percentage

137

GOLDEN DAYS DR Total Percentage

133

GOVERNORS KNOB Total Percentage

176

GRAND RUE DR Total Percentage

137

GREENCASTLE BLVD Total Percentage

200

GREENVILLE WAY Total Percentage

137

GREGORY DR Total Percentage

180

GRIGGS AVE Total Percentage

133

GUINEVERE DR Total Percentage

136

HANCOCK CT Total Percentage

133

HASTINGS CT Total Percentage

136

HERITAGE COVE CT Total Percentage

176

HIBISCUS RD HIBISCUS RD Total Percentage

179 180

HIGHLAND DR Total Percentage

180

HILL ST Total Percentage

136

HILLTOP RD HILLTOP RD Total Percentage

136 137

HITCHING POST LN Total Percentage

176

HOFFMAN CT Total Percentage

133

HOLLIDAY DR HOLLIDAY DR Total Percentage

137 139

HOLTZ DR Total Percentage

190

Singlefamily units 713 1184

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

2

39

59

2

39

59

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

741 741

5

45

50

5

45

50

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

192 970 1162

5 5

43 37

52 58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 713 1879

3 2

24 39

73 59

2

39

59

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

713 448 1161

2 3

39 27

59 70

3

27

70

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

Cars

High Income

1

2+

919 2531

5

46

31

5

46

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

1485 1485

12

40

31

12

40

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

72 228 300

13 10

46 28

31 31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 919 1110

2 5

34 46

31 31

5

46

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

919 1 920

5 3

46 28

31 31

3

28

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

Singlefamily

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 454 613 1067 627 1237 1864 52.96% 48.87% 50.17%

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 237 306 526 1294 44.43% 51.13%

22 31 2.62%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

249 249 33.60%

500 500 33.67%

749 749 33.65%

492 492 66.40%

985 985 66.33%

1477 1477 66.35%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 3 3 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 3 3 0.21%

4 157 161 13.86%

2 38 40 13.33%

6 195 201 13.75%

188 810 998 85.89%

70 190 260 86.67%

258 1000 1258 86.05%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 22 62 3.30%

0 0 0 0.00%

40 22 62 2.07%

755 454 1209 64.34%

130 613 743 66.94%

885 1067 1952 65.31%

371 237 608 32.36%

61 306 367 33.06%

432 543 975 32.62%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

22 29 51 4.39%

0 0 0 0.00%

22 29 51 2.45%

454 378 832 71.66%

613 1 614 66.74%

1067 379 1446 69.49%

237 41 278 23.94%

306 0 306 33.26%

543 41 584 28.06%

0

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

Multi-family

Dwelling Units 543 1820 48.99% 1

Priority Score 1

Dwelling Units 22 31 0.83%

60


Description

TAZ

HUNTINGTON DR Total Percentage

139

IMPERIAL DR Total Percentage

180

INTEGRA LAKES LN Total Percentage

135

IRIS RD IRIS RD Total Percentage

179 180

IVANHOE WAY Total Percentage

180

IVEY RD Total Percentage

135

IVY FARM LN Total Percentage

176

JACKSON CT Total Percentage

134

JASMINE RD Total Percentage

176

JEFFERSON DR Total Percentage

180

JUPITER WAY Total Percentage

180

KANTOR BLVD Total Percentage

190

KENDALL WAY Total Percentage

180

KENTIA RD Total Percentage

176

KEWANNEE TRL KEWANNEE TRL Total Percentage

177 189

KING ARTHUR CT Total Percentage

136

KINGSLEY DR Total Percentage

180

KRAFT DR Total Percentage

190

LADY AMY DR Total Percentage

136

LADY SUSAN CT Total Percentage

136

LADY SUSAN DR Total Percentage

136

LAKE ANN LN Total Percentage

195

Singlefamily units 448 448

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

3

27

70

3

27

70

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

192 970 1162

5 5

43 37

52 58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

246 438 684

1 8

39 45

60 47

8

45

47

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1920 1920

2

29

69

2

29

69

Cars

High Income

1

2+

1 1

3

28

31

3

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

72 228 300

13 10

46 28

31 31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

925 999 1924

17 16

47 47

31 31

16

47

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

18 18

16

49

31

16

49

31

Singlefamily

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 378 1 379 378 1 379 84.38% 100.00% 84.41%

29 29 6.47%

0 0 0.00%

Dwelling Units 29 29 6.46%

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

0 3 3 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 3 3 0.21%

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 1.30%

Low Income

Priority Score 0

41 41 9.15%

0 0 0.00%

Dwelling Units 41 41 9.13%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

4 157 161 13.86%

2 38 40 13.33%

6 195 201 13.75%

188 810 998 85.89%

70 190 260 86.67%

258 1000 1258 86.05%

2

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

1 4 5 0.73%

0 0 0 0.00%

1 4 5 0.19%

218 399 617 90.20%

821 919 1740 90.44%

1039 1318 2357 90.38%

27 35 62 9.06%

104 80 184 9.56%

131 115 246 9.43%

0

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

77 77 4.01%

0 0 0.00%

77 77 3.97%

1514 1514 78.85%

15 15 83.33%

1529 1529 78.90%

329 329 17.14%

3 3 16.67%

332 332 17.13%

0

Multi-family

Singlefamily

Multi-family

61


Description

TAZ

LAKE DR Total Percentage

136

LAKE ELLEN DR Total Percentage

133

LAKE GRIFFIN CIR Total Percentage

133

LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR LAKE KATHRYN CIR Total Percentage

109 137 136

LAKE SHORE DR LAKE SHORE DR Total Percentage

136 137

LAKESIDE PL Total Percentage

133

LAKEVIEW DR Total Percentage

170

LAMPLITE CT Total Percentage

176

LAMPLITE WAY Total Percentage

176

LANCELOT CT Total Percentage

136

LANCELOT WAY Total Percentage

136

LANDMARK LN Total Percentage

109

LANDS END Total Percentage

109

LAURA ST Total Percentage

137

LAUREL WAY Total Percentage

180

LAZY CIR Total Percentage

109

LEGACY PARK DR Total Percentage

137

LEMON LN Total Percentage

134

LEMON LN Total Percentage

132

LILAC RD Total Percentage

176

LIME RD Total Percentage

134

LINCOLN RD

134

Singlefamily units

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

471 713 1166 2350

3 2 3

52 39 24

45 59 73

3

24

73

1166 713 1879

3 2

24 39

73 59

2

39

59

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

144 144

5

42

53

5

42

53

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

274 274

11

32

57

11

32

57

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

106

13

32

55

Cars

High Income

1

2+

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Medium Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Low Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Priority Score

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

9 22 40 71 3.02%

0 0 0 0 0.00%

9 22 40 71 1.40%

173 454 755 1382 58.81%

624 613 130 1367 50.22%

797 1067 885 2749 54.20%

289 237 371 897 38.17%

988 306 61 1355 49.78%

1277 543 432 2252 44.40%

1

40 22 62 3.30%

0 0 0 0.00%

40 22 62 2.07%

755 454 1209 64.34%

130 613 743 66.94%

885 1067 1952 65.31%

371 237 608 32.36%

61 306 367 33.06%

432 543 975 32.62%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

42 42 29.17%

0 0 0.00%

42 42 10.17%

62 62 43.06%

194 194 72.12%

256 256 61.99%

40 40 27.78%

75 75 27.88%

115 115 27.85%

0

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

1 1 0.36%

0 0 0.00%

1 1 0.22%

20 20 7.30%

15 15 7.94%

35 35 7.56%

253 253 92.34%

174 174 92.06%

427 427 92.22%

2

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

31

0 0 0.00%

31

0

0

0

10

17

27

96

163

259

2

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

1612 919 191 2722

13 5 2

56 46 34

31 31 31

2

34

31

191 919 1110

2 5

34 46

31 31

5

46

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

269 269

15

50

31

15

50

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

189 189

13

47

31

13

47

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

180

13

47

62


Description

TAZ

Total Percentage LONG DERBY WAY Total Percentage

137

LOTUS LAKE DR Total Percentage

133

LOTUS LN Total Percentage

133

LOWNDES SQ Total Percentage

176

MADRID DR Total Percentage

190

MANHATTAN LN Total Percentage

137

MARIGOLD RD Total Percentage

176

MARK DAVID BLVD Total Percentage

180

MARK DAVID CT Total Percentage

180

MEADOW AVE MEADOW AVE Total Percentage

193 193

MERLIN CT Total Percentage

136

MICANOPY CT Total Percentage

109

MICHELLE DR Total Percentage

132

MISTY OAKS RUN Total Percentage

133

MOCKINGBIRD LN Total Percentage

135

MORRILL TER Total Percentage

133

MURPHY RD MURPHY RD Total Percentage

110 137

N CYPRESS WAY N CYPRESS WAY Total Percentage

133 134

N GRIFFIN DR Total Percentage

133

N LOST LAKE LN Total Percentage

136

N OXFORD RD Total Percentage

176

Singlefamily units 106

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

13

32

55

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

128 128 256

6 6

51 51

43 43

6

51

43

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

274 274

11

32

57

11

32

57

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

1081 713 1794

1 2

31 39

68 59

2

39

59

362 106 468

6 13

31 32

63 55

13

32

55

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

Cars

High Income

1

2+

13

47

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

857 857 1714

17 17

53 53

31 31

17

53

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

189 189

13

47

31

13

47

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

116 919 1035

9 5

26 46

31 31

5

46

31

350 180 530

14 13

41 47

31 31

13

47

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

180

Singlefamily

Medium Income

10 9.43%

17 9.44%

96 90.57%

163 90.56%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

8 8 16 6.25%

0 0 0 0.00%

8 8 16 0.81%

114 114 228 89.06%

814 814 1628 94.98%

928 928 1856 94.21%

6 6 12 4.69%

43 43 86 5.02%

49 49 98 4.97%

0

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

1 1 0.36%

0 0 0.00%

1 1 0.22%

20 20 7.30%

15 15 7.94%

35 35 7.56%

253 253 92.34%

174 174 92.06%

427 427 92.22%

2

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

7 22 29 1.62%

0 0 0 0.00%

7 22 29 1.03%

364 454 818 45.60%

40 613 653 63.09%

404 1067 1471 52.00%

710 237 947 52.79%

76 306 382 36.91%

786 543 1329 46.98%

1

0 0 0 0.00%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 0 0 0.00%

246 10 256 54.70%

238 17 255 48.11%

484 27 511 51.20%

116 96 212 45.30%

112 163 275 51.89%

228 259 487 48.80%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

0 0.00%

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0.00%

Multi-family

Singlefamily

Priority Score

Dwelling Units 259 90.56%

0 0.00%

Singlefamily

Low Income Dwelling Units 27 9.44%

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Multi-family

63


Description

TAZ

N SUNSET DR Total Percentage

135

N TRIPLET LAKE DR N TRIPLET LAKE DR Total Percentage

135 136

N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR N WINTER PARK DR Total Percentage

136 137 109

NANTAHALA CT Total Percentage

109

NE TRIPLET DR Total Percentage

136

NIBLICK DR Total Percentage

136

NORMANDY RD Total Percentage

134

NORTHMOOR RD Total Percentage

135

OAK LN Total Percentage

137

OAK PARK PL Total Percentage

135

OAKWOOD DR Total Percentage

135

OLD BARN WAY Total Percentage

180

OLD OAK PT Total Percentage

135

OLEANDER WAY OLEANDER WAY Total Percentage

132 133

ORANGE LN ORANGE LN Total Percentage

134 132

ORINDA CT Total Percentage

190

OSCEOLA TRL Total Percentage

109

OVERBROOK DR OVERBROOK DR Total Percentage

176 175

PACKING HOUSE DR Total Percentage

133

PADDOCK WAY Total Percentage

137

PALM DR PALM DR

179 176

Singlefamily units

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

385 1166 1551

2 3

51 24

47 73

3

24

73

1166 713 471 2350

3 2 3

24 39 52

73 59 45

3

52

45

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

274 362 636

11 6

32 31

57 63

6

31

63

106 274 380

13 11

32 32

55 57

11

32

57

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

538 39 577

5 2

43 51

52 47

2

51

47

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

192 538

5 5

43 43

52 52

Cars

High Income

1

2+

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Medium Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Low Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Priority Score

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

5 40 45 2.90%

0 0 0 0.00%

5 40 45 2.24%

190 755 945 60.93%

136 130 266 57.83%

326 885 1211 60.22%

190 371 561 36.17%

133 61 194 42.17%

323 432 755 37.54%

1

40 22 9 71 3.02%

0 0 0 0 0.00%

40 22 9 71 1.40%

755 454 173 1382 58.81%

130 613 624 1367 50.22%

885 1067 797 2749 54.20%

371 237 289 897 38.17%

61 306 988 1355 49.78%

432 543 1277 2252 44.40%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

1 0 1 0.16%

0 0 0 0.00%

1 0 1 0.09%

20 246 266 41.82%

15 238 253 46.94%

35 484 519 44.17%

253 116 369 58.02%

174 112 286 53.06%

427 228 655 55.74%

2

0 1 1 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 1 1 0.13%

10 20 30 7.89%

17 15 32 8.67%

27 35 62 8.28%

96 253 349 91.84%

163 174 337 91.33%

259 427 686 91.59%

2

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

3 0 3 0.52%

0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 3 0.24%

320 9 329 57.02%

252 60 312 45.48%

572 69 641 50.75%

215 30 245 42.46%

168 206 374 54.52%

383 236 619 49.01%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

31

22 22 3.09%

31 31

0 3

0 0

0 3

4 320

2 252

6 572

188 215

70 168

258 383

2

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 191 460

10 2

33 34

31 31

2

34

31

191 919 1612 2722

2 5 13

34 46 56

31 31 31

13

56

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

189 350 539

13 14

47 41

31 31

14

41

31

180 189 369

13 13

47 47

31 31

13

47

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

420 266 686

13 10

44 33

31 31

10

33

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

72 420

13 13

46 44

64


Description

TAZ

Total Percentage Prioritization Score PARK AVE Total Percentage Prioritization Score

136

PARK DR PARK DR Total Percentage Prioritization Score

137 136

PAUL MCCLURE CT Total Percentage Prioritization Score

136

PINE KNOLL CT Total Percentage Prioritization Score

135

PINE ST Total Percentage Prioritization Score

170

PINE TREE DR Total Percentage Prioritization Score

133

PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD PINEY RIDGE RD Total Percentage

135 175 134

PLAZA OVAL Total Percentage

133

PLUMOSA AVE Total Percentage

133

POPLAR CT Total Percentage

193

PRINCE PHILIP DR Total Percentage

136

QUAIL POND CIR Total Percentage

135

QUEEN ELAINE DR Total Percentage

136

QUEENS MIRROR CIR QUEENS MIRROR CIR Total Percentage

136 176

QUINTUPLET CT Total Percentage

136

QUINTUPLET DR Total Percentage

136

RAINBOW DR Total Percentage

137

RANCH TRL Total Percentage

137

ROLLING LN Total Percentage

136

Singlefamily units 730

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

5

43

52

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

713 1166 1879

2 3

39 24

59 73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

144 144

5

42

53

5

42

53

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

385 39 106 530

2 2 13

51 51 32

47 47 55

13

32

55

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

128 128

6

51

43

6

51

43

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 538 1704

3 5

24 43

73 52

5

43

52

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

Cars

High Income

1

2+

13

44

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

919 191 1110

5 2

46 34

31 31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 269

15

50

31

15

50

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

269 266 180 715

10 10 13

33 33 47

31 31 31

13

47

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

857 857

17

53

31

17

53

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 420 611

2 13

34 44

31 31

13

44

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

492

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

3 0.25%

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 324 254 578 44.38% 51.63% 47.30%

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 403 238 55.21% 48.37%

Dwelling Units 641 52.45% 2

Priority Score

3 0.41%

0 0.00%

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83% 1

1

22 40 62 3.30%

0 0 0 0.00%

22 40 62 2.07%

454 755 1209 64.34%

613 130 743 66.94%

1067 885 1952 65.31%

237 371 608 32.36%

306 61 367 33.06%

543 432 975 32.62% 1

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83% 1

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39% 1

1

42 42 29.17%

0 0 0.00%

42 42 10.17%

62 62 43.06%

194 194 72.12%

256 256 61.99%

40 40 27.78%

75 75 27.88%

115 115 27.85% 0

0

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02% 1

1

5 0 0 5 0.94%

0 0 0 0 0.00%

5 0 0 5 0.40%

190 9 10 209 39.43%

136 60 17 213 29.79%

326 69 27 422 33.90%

190 30 96 316 59.62%

133 206 163 502 70.21%

323 236 259 818 65.70%

2

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

8 8 6.25%

0 0 0.00%

8 8 0.81%

114 114 89.06%

814 814 94.98%

928 928 94.21%

6 6 4.69%

43 43 5.02%

49 49 4.97%

0

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 3 43 2.52%

0 0 0 0.00%

40 3 43 1.86%

755 320 1075 63.09%

130 252 382 62.52%

885 572 1457 62.94%

371 215 586 34.39%

61 168 229 37.48%

432 383 815 35.21%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

65


Description

TAZ

ROUNDTABLE DR Total Percentage

136

S CYPRESS WAY Total Percentage

134

S EMBREY DR Total Percentage

135

S LOST LAKE LN Total Percentage

136

S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR S SUNSET DR Total Percentage

176 175 135

S TRIPLET LAKE DR S TRIPLET LAKE DR Total Percentage

176 135

S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR S WINTER PARK DR Total Percentage

180 179 136

SAN LEANDRO DR Total Percentage

190

SAN PABLO AVE Total Percentage

190

SAN TOMAS DR Total Percentage

190

SAUSALITO BLVD Total Percentage

190

SAVANNAH PARK LOOP Total Percentage

133

SAZA RUN Total Percentage

136

SECLUDED OAKS CT Total Percentage

133

SECRET WAY Total Percentage

135

SECRET WAY CIR Total Percentage

135

SECRET WAY CT Total Percentage

135

SHADY HOLW Total Percentage

176

SHOSHONEE TRL Total Percentage

189

SLEEPY CT Total Percentage

137

SLUMBER LN Total Percentage

133

Singlefamily units

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

538 39 385 962

5 2 2

43 51 51

52 47 47

2

51

47

538 385 923

5 2

43 51

52 47

2

51

47

970 192 1166 2328

5 5 3

37 43 24

58 52 73

3

24

73

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

362 362

6

31

63

6

31

63

Cars

High Income

1

2+

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

420 266 269 955

13 10 10

44 33 33

31 31 31

10

33

31

420 269 689

13 10

44 33

31 31

10

33

31

228 72 191 491

10 13 2

28 46 34

31 31 31

2

34

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

350 350

14

41

31

14

41

31

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Medium Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Low Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Priority Score

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

3 0 5 8 0.83%

0 0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 5 8 0.42%

320 9 190 519 53.95%

252 60 136 448 46.91%

572 69 326 967 50.44%

215 30 190 435 45.22%

168 206 133 507 53.09%

383 236 323 942 49.14%

1

3 5 8 0.87%

0 0 0 0.00%

3 5 8 0.50%

320 190 510 55.25%

252 136 388 56.31%

572 326 898 55.71%

215 190 405 43.88%

168 133 301 43.69%

383 323 706 43.80%

1

3 0 40 43 1.85%

0 0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 40 43 1.53%

157 4 755 916 39.35%

38 2 130 170 34.62%

195 6 885 1086 38.52%

810 188 371 1369 58.81%

190 70 61 321 65.38%

1000 258 432 1690 59.95%

2

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

246 246 67.96%

238 238 68.00%

484 484 67.98%

116 116 32.04%

112 112 32.00%

228 228 32.02%

1

66


Description

TAZ

SONESTA CT Total Percentage

190

SONORA DR Total Percentage

190

SOUTHCOT DR SOUTHCOT DR Total Percentage

176 175

SPOONHOUR DR Total Percentage

190

SPRUCE CT Total Percentage

193

STANHOPE DR Total Percentage

190

SUMMERSET TER Total Percentage

180

SUNDOWN TRL Total Percentage

137

SUNNYTOWN RD Total Percentage

134

SUNRISE DR Total Percentage

137

SUNSHADOW DR Total Percentage

109

SURREY KNLS Total Percentage

176

SURREY RUN Total Percentage

137

TALLWOOD DR Total Percentage

135

THE SPUR Total Percentage

137

THOMAS DR Total Percentage

135

THORNBERRY DR Total Percentage

135

TIMBERLANE TRL Total Percentage

109

TIPTON RD Total Percentage

137

TODD DR Total Percentage

190

TRIPLET CT Total Percentage

136

TRIPLET LAKE DR TRIPLET LAKE DR Total

135 134

Singlefamily units

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

538 39 577

5 2

43 51

52 47

2

51

47

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

128 128

6

51

43

6

51

43

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

106 106

13

32

55

13

32

55

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

538 538

5

43

52

5

43

52

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

1166 1166

3

24

73

3

24

73

385 106 491

2 13

51 32

47 55

Cars

High Income

1

2+

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

420 266 686

13 10

44 33

31 31

10

33

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

857 857

17

53

31

17

53

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

180 180

13

47

31

13

47

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

420 420

13

44

31

13

44

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

191 191

2

34

31

2

34

31

269 180 449

10 13

33 47

31 31

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Medium Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Low Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Priority Score

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

3 0 3 0.52%

0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 3 0.24%

320 9 329 57.02%

252 60 312 45.48%

572 69 641 50.75%

215 30 245 42.46%

168 206 374 54.52%

383 236 619 49.01%

2

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

8 8 6.25%

0 0 0.00%

8 8 0.81%

114 114 89.06%

814 814 94.98%

928 928 94.21%

6 6 4.69%

43 43 5.02%

49 49 4.97%

0

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

0 0 0.00%

10 10 9.43%

17 17 9.44%

27 27 9.44%

96 96 90.57%

163 163 90.56%

259 259 90.56%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

3 3 0.56%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.31%

320 320 59.48%

252 252 60.00%

572 572 59.71%

215 215 39.96%

168 168 40.00%

383 383 39.98%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

40 40 3.43%

0 0 0.00%

40 40 2.95%

755 755 64.75%

130 130 68.06%

885 885 65.22%

371 371 31.82%

61 61 31.94%

432 432 31.83%

1

5 0 5

0 0 0

5 0 5

190 10 200

136 17 153

326 27 353

190 96 286

133 163 296

323 259 582

2

67


Description

TAZ

Singlefamily units

0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

13

32

55

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

192 538 730

5 5

43 43

52 52

5

43

52

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

448 448

3

27

70

3

27

70

291 291

5

43

52

5

43

52

385 385

2

51

47

2

51

47

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

538 192 730

5 5

43 43

52 52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

274 106 380

11 13

32 32

57 55

13

32

55

128 128

6

51

43

6

51

43

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

970 192 1162

5 5

37 43

58 52

5

43

52

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

246 246

1

39

60

1

39

60

471 471

3

52

45

3

52

45

Percentage TRUFFLE LN Total Percentage

137

TULIP TRL TULIP TRL Total Percentage

179 176

TURTLE MOUND DR Total Percentage

109

TYRONE CT Total Percentage

139

VALLEJO CT Total Percentage

190

VALMORA DR Total Percentage

135

VARICK WAY Total Percentage

137

VIOLET DELL DR VIOLET DELL DR Total Percentage

176 179

W FOOTHILL WAY Total Percentage

180

W GRANDVIEW WAY Total Percentage

180

W HELM WAY Total Percentage

180

W MELODY LN W MELODY LN Total Percentage

132 134

WATER LN Total Percentage

193

WETUMPA CT Total Percentage

109

WIL O WIK DR Total Percentage

137

WILSHIRE CT Total Percentage

180

WILSHIRE DR

180 179

Total Percentage WINDING RIDGE RD Total Percentage

180

WINGO DR Total Percentage

137

WINSLOW CIR Total Percentage

177

WOLF TRL Total Percentage

109

Cars

Cars 1

2+

13

47

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

72 420 492

13 13

46 44

31 31

13

44

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

1 1

3

28

31

3

28

31

903 903

14

42

31

14

42

31

269 269

10

33

31

10

33

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

420 72 492

13 13

44 46

31 31

13

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

189 180 369

13 13

47 47

31 31

13

47

31

857 857

17

53

31

17

53

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

228 72 300

10 13

28 46

31 31

13

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

925 925

17

47

31

17

47

31

1612 1612

13

56

31

13

56

31

High Income SingleMulti-family family 1.02% 0.00%

Dwelling Units 0.53%

Medium Income SingleDwelling Multi-family family Units 40.73% 34.08% 37.55%

Low Income SingleMulti-family family 58.25% 65.92%

Dwelling Units 61.91%

Priority Score

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

0 3 3 0.41%

0 0 0 0.00%

0 3 3 0.25%

4 320 324 44.38%

2 252 254 51.63%

6 572 578 47.30%

188 215 403 55.21%

70 168 238 48.37%

258 383 641 52.45%

2

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

29 29 6.47%

0 0 0.00%

29 29 6.46%

378 378 84.38%

1 1 100.00%

379 379 84.41%

41 41 9.15%

0 0 0.00%

41 41 9.13%

0

7 7 2.41%

0 0 0.00%

7 7 0.59%

188 188 64.60%

605 605 67.00%

793 793 66.42%

96 96 32.99%

298 298 33.00%

394 394 33.00%

1

5 5 1.30%

0 0 0.00%

5 5 0.76%

190 190 49.35%

136 136 50.56%

326 326 49.85%

190 190 49.35%

133 133 49.44%

323 323 49.39%

1

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

3 0 3 0.41%

0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 3 0.25%

320 4 324 44.38%

252 2 254 51.63%

572 6 578 47.30%

215 188 403 55.21%

168 70 238 48.37%

383 258 641 52.45%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

1 0 1 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

1 0 1 0.13%

20 10 30 7.89%

15 17 32 8.67%

35 27 62 8.28%

253 96 349 91.84%

174 163 337 91.33%

427 259 686 91.59%

2

8 8 6.25%

0 0 0.00%

8 8 0.81%

114 114 89.06%

814 814 94.98%

928 928 94.21%

6 6 4.69%

43 43 5.02%

49 49 4.97%

0

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

3 0 3 0.26%

0 0 0 0.00%

3 0 3 0.21%

157 4 161 13.86%

38 2 40 13.33%

195 6 201 13.75%

810 188 998 85.89%

190 70 260 86.67%

1000 258 1258 86.05%

2

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

1 1 0.41%

0 0 0.00%

1 1 0.09%

218 218 88.62%

821 821 88.76%

1039 1039 88.73%

27 27 10.98%

104 104 11.24%

131 131 11.19%

0

9 9 1.91%

0 0 0.00%

9 9 0.43%

173 173 36.73%

624 624 38.71%

797 797 38.26%

289 289 61.36%

988 988 61.29%

1277 1277 61.31%

2

68


Description

TAZ

WOODSTREAM LN Total Percentage

137

WYANDOTTE TRL Total Percentage

189

WYNDHAM WAY WYNDHAM WAY Total Percentage

136 137

ZINNIA DR Total Percentage

180

Singlefamily units

Cars 0

1

Multi-family unit 2+ 0

713 713

2

39

59

2

39

59

438 438

8

45

47

8

45

47

1166 713 1879

3 2

24 39

73 59

2

39

59

970 970

5

37

58

5

37

58

Cars

High Income

1

2+

919 919

5

46

31

5

46

31

999 999

16

47

31

16

47

31

191 919 1110

2 5

34 46

31 31

5

46

31

228 228

10

28

31

10

28

31

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Medium Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Low Income Dwelling Units

Singlefamily

Multi-family

Dwelling Units

Priority Score

22 22 3.09%

0 0 0.00%

22 22 1.35%

454 454 63.67%

613 613 66.70%

1067 1067 65.38%

237 237 33.24%

306 306 33.30%

543 543 33.27%

1

4 4 0.91%

0 0 0.00%

4 4 0.28%

399 399 91.10%

919 919 91.99%

1318 1318 91.72%

35 35 7.99%

80 80 8.01%

115 115 8.00%

0

40 22 62 3.30%

0 0 0 0.00%

40 22 62 2.07%

755 454 1209 64.34%

130 613 743 66.94%

885 1067 1952 65.31%

371 237 608 32.36%

61 306 367 33.06%

432 543 975 32.62%

1

3 3 0.31%

0 0 0.00%

3 3 0.25%

157 157 16.19%

38 38 16.67%

195 195 16.28%

810 810 83.51%

190 190 83.33%

1000 1000 83.47%

2

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Appendix F Building Facility Surveys City Hall ADA Assessment Report Public Building Facilities Opinion of Probable Cost

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Summary of Facility Survey Art House

City Hall

Criteria

Dew Drop Park

Golf Course Club House

Facility Lake Hodge Police Department

Public Works Admin

Recreation Center

Secret Lake Park

Wirz Park

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Spaces

yes

yes

yes

Number of Van Accessible Space

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no (dirt parking) n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Van Accessible Space Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at (minimum dimensions) least 5 feet wide least 8 feet wide Access Aisle (marked gore Marked to discourage parking (gore area) area) Adjoins accessible route Access Aisle (adjoins accessible route) Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Slope

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes (faded)

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

no

yes

no

yes

no

yes

no

Accessible Space Signed

Bottom of sign 60” above ground and sign has intersectional symbol for

Signs for van accessible spaces

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

Route

Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Width

At least 36” wide

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Grates or opening

No larger than ½”

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Running Slope

Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

yes

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

yes

yes

no

no

yes

yes

yes

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

no

Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Exterior Accessible Route

Curb Ramps

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

yes

no

yes

no

no (flush with rdwy) n/a

Cross slope (excluding flares)

no steeper than 1:48

yes

no

yes

no

n/a

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

Ramp Width

At least 36” wide

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

no

n/a

yes

yes

no

no

no

Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

yes

no

yes

no

n/a

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

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Summary of Facility Survey Art House

City Hall

width

Minimum 36”

yes

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

slope

yes

yes

n/a

no

n/a

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

Top landing

If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 (1:10 for space limitations) Minimum 36”

yes

yes

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Bottom Landing

Minimum 36”

yes

yes

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Ramp change in direction

Level landing minimum of 60”x60”

yes

yes

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Rise

Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34‐38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Criteria Ramps

Hand Rails

Handrail

Golf Course Club House yes

Facility Lake Hodge Police Department n/a yes

Dew Drop Park n/a

Public Works Admin yes

Recreation Center yes

Secret Lake Park yes

Wirz Park yes

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

no

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Operable with one hand and does not Handle require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34‐48” above floor/ground

yes

no

no

no

no

no

no

yes

no

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

yes

n/a

n/a

yes

Door

Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

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Criteria

Dew Drop Park

Golf Course Club House

Lake Hodge

Police Department

Public Works Admin

Recreation Center

Secret Lake Park

Wirz Park

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services Access to services Carper/mats

Accessible entrance

No higher than ½”

yes

yes

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

yes

yes

n/a

n/a

Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

no

no

n/a

yes

n/a

yes

no

no

n/a

n/a

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator?

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

All public spaces have at least one accessible route

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes (secured elevator) yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Route is at least 36” wide

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Running Slope: maximum of 1:20

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

no

Cross slope: maximum of 1:48

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

yes

Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

no

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Call button max height of 54”

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area.

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Door width at least 32”

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

In car controls 15‐48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Car control buttons designated with raised characters

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Car control buttons designated with braille

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor

n/a

no

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Tactile star at main level

n/a

no

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Characters contrast with their backgrounds

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

yes

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Characters contrast with their backgrounds

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Text Characters raised

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

Braille

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

no

Elevators Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Signs

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Summary of Facility Survey Art House

City Hall

Criteria

Dew Drop Park

Golf Course Club House

Facility Lake Hodge Police Department

Public Works Admin

Recreation Center

Secret Lake Park

Wirz Park

Elevators (Continued) Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door

no

yes

yes

no

yes

no

yes

yes

yes

yes

Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Assembly Area Number of Wheelchair spaces View

Space

n/a

no

n/a

n/a

n/a

no (unmarked)

n/a

no (unmarked)

n/a

Spaces dispersed to allow location choice

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

no (unmarked) n/a

Clear line of sight

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Entry from the side at least 60” deep

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

Companion Seat provided

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

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Building: Casselberry Art House Location: 127 Quail Pond Circle, Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/28/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__43__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___2__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___2___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

82


Building: Casselberry City Hall Location: 95 Triplet Lake, Casselberry Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/29/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__24__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces__4___ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___2___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

84


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

87


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

88


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

Notes

☐ Yes ☒ No

There is areas for wheelchair spaces but are not marked

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

90


Building: Dew Drop Park Location: 1309 Avalon Blvd., Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces______ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces______ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Dirt parking area

Number of Accessible Spaces_______ ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A

N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

92


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

95


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

97


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

Notes

☐ Yes ☐ No

There is areas for wheelchair spaces but are not marked

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

98


Building: Casselberry Golf Course Club House Location: 300 S. Triplet Lake Dr., Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/29/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces___135 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___5__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes 101-150 must have 5 accessible spaces

Number of Accessible Spaces___2___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

99


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

100


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

101


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

102


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

103


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

104


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

105


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Lake Hodge Location: 888 Osceola Trail, Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/28/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__6___ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___1__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Number of Accessible Spaces__1_____ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Faded

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Sidewalk entrance level with Parking lot N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

113


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Casselberry Police Department Location: 4195 Highway 17-92, Casselberry Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/28/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__72__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces__4___ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces__4____ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Elevator in secured area

Notes

119


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

120


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

121


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☒ No

Notes

There is areas for wheelchair spaces but are not marked

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

122


Building: Casselberry Public Work Admin Location: 95 Triplet Lake Dr., Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/28/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__43__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___2__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___2___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

127


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

129


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

130


Building: Recreation Center Location: 200 N. Triplet Lake Dr., Casselberry Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 5/29/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__56__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___5__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___1___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

132


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

135


Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

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Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

Notes

☐ Yes ☒ No

There is areas for wheelchair spaces but are not marked

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Secret Lake Park Bathroom (2) Location: 200 N. Triple Lake Dr, Casselberry, Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces___4__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___1__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___1___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

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Building: Location:

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Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

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Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

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PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

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Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

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PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

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PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Wirz Park Location: 806 Mark David Blvd, Casselberry Fl. 32707

Surveyor: Charles Worley / Chuck Smith / Eric Brown Date: 6/10/19

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Approach/Parking

At least one route that does not require the use of stairs from the point of arrival (parking lot, passenger loading zones, public sidewalk and bus stops) Number of Adequate Accessible Accessible Spaces Total Space spaces Total spaces__58__ 1-25 1 26-50 2 Accessible 51-75 3 spaces___2__ 76-100 4 >100 see 2010 Standards Sec 208.2 Number of Van For every 6 or fraction of If constructed before Accessible Space 6 accessible spaces, at 3/15/2012, 1 in every 8 least 1 should be van accessible spaces is van accessible accessible Accessible Spaces

At least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Van Accessible Space

Space at least 11 feet wide and aisle at least 5 feet wide

Access Aisle

Marked to discourage parking (gore area)

Or space at least 8 feet wide and aisle at least 8 feet wide

Adjoins accessible route Slope Accessible space signed

Accessible space and aisle no steeper than 1:48 in all directions Bottom of sign 60” above Signs for van accessible ground and sign has spaces intersectional symbol for accessibility

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

Notes

Number of Accessible Spaces___2___ ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Route

Curb Ramps

Exterior Accessible Route Surface

Stable, firm and slip resistant

Width

At least 36” wide

Grates or opening Running Slope

No larger than ½” Long dimension perpendicular to the direction of travel No steeper than 1:20

Cross slope

No steeper than 1:48

Curb ramps provided Running slope

no steeper than 1:12

Cross slope (excluding flares) Ramp Width

no steeper than 1:48

Level landing

Minimum 36” long and as wide as the curb ramp Ramp flares no steeper than 1:10 Landing less than 36” long, are there flares (1:12)

At least 36” wide

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance

Ramps

width

Ramps

slope Top landing

Hand Rails

Bottom Landing Ramp change in direction Rise Handrail

Minimum 36” If hand rails, minimum 36” between handrails Maximum 1:12 1:10 (space limitations) Minimum 36” Minimum 36” Level landing minimum of 60”x60” Greater than 6”, handrails on both sides provided Gripping surface 34-38 inches above ground/floor Gripping surface continuous and unobstructed along top or sides

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes N/A

N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 1: Approach and Entrance Entrance

Route

Main Entrance Accessible?

Alternative Access

Alternative access provided

Signs

Signs indicating nearest accessible entrance with International symbol for accessibility Width Minimum of 32” between face of door and stop when door is at 90degrees Threshold No more than ¼” high or no more than ½” high with top ¼ inch bevel Handle Operable with one hand and does not require tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist Handle/bar 34-48” above floor/ground Closer, door takes at least 5 seconds to close from 90 degrees to 12 degrees from the latch If two doors, distance between is doors is 48”

Door

Carper/mats

No higher than ½” Edge secured to minimize tripping hazard

Meets Requirements

Notes

☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

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PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Accessible entrance

Access to services

Direct access to main floor, lobby and elevator? All public spaces have at least one accessible route Surface is stable, firm and slip resistant Route is at least 36” wide Running Slope: maximum of 1:20 Cross slope: maximum of 1:48 Objects protrude a max of 4” into the path or Object greater than 4”, bottom leading edge is 27” or lower.

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Elevator/Platform lift to all public stories

Elevators

Not required in new or alterations if facility less than 3000 SF or less than 3 stories Call button max height of 54” Sliding door opens automatically when obstructed Interior at least 54” deep, 36” wide with minimum 16 SF of clear floor area. Door width at least 32” In car controls 15-48” above the floor or 54” for a parallel approach Car control buttons designated with raised characters Car control buttons designated with braille Audible signal as car passes or is about to stop at a floor Sign on both door jambs identifies each floor Tactile star at main level Characters contrast with their backgrounds

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

N/A

Notes

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Signs

Signs

Signs designating permanent rooms or spaces Characters contrast with their backgrounds Text Characters raised Braille

Location

Sign mounted on latch side of door Clear floor space beyond arc of door swing 18”x18”

Meets Requirements

☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☐ Yes ☒ No ☒ Yes ☐ No ☒ Yes ☐ No

Notes

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Building: Location:

Surveyor: Date:

PRIORITY 2: Access to Services

Number of Wheelchair spaces

View

Assembly Area

Wheelchair Total Total Space Spaces Spaces______ 4-25 1 Wheelchair 26-50 2 spaces#_____ 51-150 3 151-300 4 300+ see 2010 Standards Sec 221.2.1 Spaces dispersed to allow location choice Clear line of sight

Space

At least 36” wide for a single wheelchair space At least 33” wide each for two wheelchair spaces Entry from front or rear at least 48” deep Entry from the side at least 60” deep Companion Seat provided

Meets Requirements

☐ Yes ☐ No

Notes

There is areas for wheelchair spaces but are not marked

☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No ☐ Yes ☐ No

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ADA Compliance Specialists, Inc. PO BOX 416522 Miami Beach, FL 33141z 305-898-6330 Adacompliance@hotmail.com ADA INSPECTION REPORT Client:

City of Casselberry 95 Triplet Lake Drive Casselberry, FL 32707

Property:

Casselberry City Hall 95 Triplet Lake Drive Casselberry, FL 32707

Contact:

Andy Brooks

Inspection Date:

July 15, 2019

The following are the results of a comprehensive Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) facility inspection. Listed are the items and areas inspected for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) Title II. If the facility was constructed after January 26, 1992, then the facility is subject to the new construction standards of the 1991 ADAAG and/or the 2010 ADAAG. Any modifications or alterations to the facility are to be done to the 2010 ADAAG standards. City Hall Exterior (Parking, Common Areas and Accessible Routes) 1. The current disabled parking spaces east side of the building (east parking lot) are located on the far east end of the parking lot (closest to the Art House). Those disabled parking spaces are compliant and should remain as currently. However, there is a need to provide a minimum of one (1) disabled parking space in east parking lot to service City Hall (thus closer to the building). To achieve: a. Install one (1) disabled parking space east side of City Hall (where current Commissioner parking is located). Space to be 12 feet wide and striped to FDOT

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code. Access aisle to be 5 feet wide and adjacent to the north side of the disabled parking space. (See photo #1) b. Prior to striping the space, modify the surface of the disabled parking space to asphalt or brick surface. Surface of disabled parking space to be level to max 1:48 (2.1%) slope (in all directions). Minimum area to be modified is 17 feet wide by 18 feet deep. Make certain top of disabled parking space and access aisle is flush and level with sidewalk. (See photo #1) c. Install one (1) disabled parking sign on post with height of signage minimum 7 feet above ground from bottom edge of sign. Sign to be to FDOT code and include local fine (penalty) requirement and tow-a-way zone. (See photo #1) 2. Install directional signage on east, northwest, southwest and south sides of City Hall that clearly and effectively directs persons with disabilities to the dedicated accessible entrances. Signage to be mounted on posts at max 48 to 60 inches above floor and have minimum 1-inch block lettering, color contrasted background and include the symbol of accessibility and directional arrow. (See photo #1, 2, 3, 4, 5) 3. The slope of the two (2) disabled parking spaces (brick surface) southwest side of City Hall slightly exceeds max 1:48 (2.1%) slope (in all directions). Currently 3.3% to 3.6% slope. As such, re-grade the slope of the disabled parking spaces to max 1:48 (2.1%) slope (in all directions). Maintain current striping of spaces. (See photo #6, 7, 8) 4. Modify the two (2) disabled parking signs on post that service the disabled parking spaces southwest side of City Hall to display (include) the local fine (penalty) requirement and tow-a-way zone. (See photo #6) 5. Modify the two (2) disabled parking spaces and accessible route that services the disabled parking spaces located in the municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall) as follows: a. Remove the “built up” curb ramp that is protruding out from the sidewalk into the shared access aisle. Not only does the ramp protrude into the shared access aisle but slope of ramp exceeds max 1:12 (8.33%) slope. Currently 11.1% slope. (See photo #9)

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b. Re-grade the slope of the two (2) disabled parking spaces to max 1:48 (2.1%) slope (in all directions). Current slope ranges up to 3.7% slope. (See photo #10, 11, 12) c. Once the disabled parking spaces are re-graded, stripe spaces to FDOT code (as currently). Spaces to be 12 feet wide and shared access aisle to be 5 feet wide. (See photo #10) d. In order to provide a compliant accessible route (wheelchair path of travel) from the disabled parking spaces to the crosswalk (northwest side of City Hall), regrade the sidewalk that runs in east/west direction to max 1:20 (5%) slope and max 1:48 (2.1%) cross-slope. In addition, new sidewalk (accessible route) to be flush and level with top (north) end of shared access aisle to secure smooth and level wheelchair transition from the disabled parking spaces to the sidewalk. Current slope of sidewalk is ranges up to 9.5% and current cross-slope ranges up to 9.3% cross-slope. (See photo #13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18) City Hall Exterior (Café Area and Restrooms) 6. Re-grade the cross-slope of the sidewalk (accessible route) north of mechanical room to max 1:48 (2.1%) cross-slope. Current cross-slope is 6.7% cross-slope. Note: This is the path of travel from exterior restrooms to north City Hall entrance. (See photo #19, 20) 7. Modify a minimum of 5% of the café (patio) seating to be accessible. Accessible seating provides a minimum of 30 inches of clear width, 17 inches of clear depth and minimum 27 inches of vertical knee clearance. (See photo #21) 8. Modify the men’s restroom as follows: a. As the restroom door does not provide the required 18 inches of side approach on the pull (latch) side of the restroom door (currently 14 inches of side approach), either re-frame the door to secure the required side approach or install a power assisted automatic door opener with push plate activator mounted on the exterior side of door at max 48 inches above floor. (See photo #22, 23) b. Relocate the toilet flush lever to the wide (open) side of the clear floor space of the toilet. (See photo #24)

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c. Relocate toilet seat cover dispenser from behind toilet to east wall and lower height of dispenser to max 48 inches above floor (to slot where paper is dispensed). Currently 56 inches above floor. (See photo #25) d. Lower the height of the towel dispenser to max 48 inches above floor to handle (actuator). Currently 54 inches above floor. (See photo #26) 9. Modify the women’s restroom as follows: a. As the restroom door does not provide the required 18 inches of side approach on the pull (latch) side of the restroom door (currently 14 inches of side approach), either re-frame the door to secure the required side approach or install a power assisted automatic door opener with push plate activator mounted on the exterior side of door at max 48 inches above floor. (See photo #27, 28) b. Relocate toilet seat cover dispenser from behind toilet to west wall and lower height of dispenser to max 48 inches above floor (to slot where paper is dispensed). Currently 56 inches above floor. (See photo #29) c. Lower the height of the towel dispenser to max 48 inches above floor to handle (actuator). Currently 54 inches above floor. (See photo #30) City Hall Interior (Ground Floor) 10. Install signage that displays the symbol of accessibility at the lowered accessible service counter at Utility Departments to identify the counter as the dedicated accessible service counter. (See photo #31) 11. Lower a minimum 36-inch-wide section of service counter to max 36 inches above floor (prefer max 34 inches above floor) at east side of Building Department service counter. This will provide the required dedicated lowered accessible section of counter. Current height of counter is 42.5 inches above floor. In addition, install signage that displays the symbol of accessibility at the lowered accessible service counter to identify the counter as the dedicated accessible service counter. (See photo #32, 33) 12. Modify the lobby water fountain to secure spout height at max 36 inches above floor. Note: When lowering unit make certain to maintain minimum 27 inches of vertical knee clearance. Current spout height is 39 inches above floor. (See photo #34)

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13. Modify the men’s ground floor restrooms as follows: a. Modify the door closer to secure max 5 lbs of pull force and minimum 5 second closure rate when the door is open 90 degrees. (See photo #35) b. Remove the wall mounted hand dryer that is encroaching into the maneuvering space on the interior side of door (front approach to door). In addition, the hand dryer is protruding more than 4 inches into the accessible route, as such the hand dryer is a protruding object. (See photo #36) c. Modify the urinal splash guard (that services the lowered accessible urinal) to secure minimum 30 inches of width. Currently 29.75 inches of width. (See photo #37) d. Install hard rubber pipe insulation (trap protector) on exposed pipes under main sinks to make certain all pipes and valves are covered. (See photo #38) e. Combine the two (2) stalls to create one (1) accessible stall. To achieve, conduct the following modifications: I.

Remove the south toilet. (See photo #39)

II.

Modify the stall partitions to be one stall. Seal up south door. (See photo #39)

III.

Widen the north stall door to be minimum 32 inches wide, have selfclosing hinges and pull hardware on both sides of stall door at max 48 inches above floor. Current stall door 30.75 inches wide. (See photo #40)

IV.

Modify the toilet to be max 16 to 18 inches off center from wall to centerline of toilet. (See photo #41)

V.

Modify the toilet seat height to max 17 to 19 inches above floor (to top of seat). Currently 20.5 inches above floor. (See photo #42)

VI.

Modify the side grab bar to 42-inch bar. Bar to be 12 inches from rear (west) wall to end of bar. Bar to be at max 33 to 36 inches above floor (to top of bar). (See photo #43)

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VII.

Install a 36-inch rear grab bar behind toilet. Bar to be 12 inches off center to centerline of toilet (north side of toilet) and 24 inches off center from centerline of toilet (south side of toilet). Bar to be at max 33 to 36 inches above floor (to top of bar). (See photo #39)

VIII.

Relocate the toilet paper dispenser to be below the side grab bar at max 7 to 9 inches from front rim of toilet to centerline of dispenser. (See photo #44)

IX.

Relocate the toilet seat cover dispenser from above side grab bar to the south partition (south side of stall). Height of dispenser to be max 48 inches above floor (to slot where paper is dispensed). (See photo #45)

14. Modify the women’s ground floor restrooms as follows: a. As there is not the required 18 inches of side approach on the pull (latch) side of the door, either modify the door to swing into the restroom (and open left to right) or install an automatic (power assisted) door opener with push plate activator mounted on the exterior side of door at max 48 inches above floor. Currently 3 inches of side approach. (See photo #46, 47, 48) b. Modify the door closer to secure max 5 lbs of pull force and minimum 5 second closure rate when the door is open 90 degrees. (See photo #49) c. Re-grade the slope of the restroom (at main sink and in accessible stall) to max 1:48 (2.1%) slope (in all directions). Currently 3.2% slope. (See photo #50, 51) d. Install hard rubber pipe insulation (trap protector) on exposed pipes under main sinks to make certain all pipes and valves are covered. (See photo #52) f. Combine the two (2) stalls to create one (1) accessible stall. To achieve, conduct the following modifications: I.

Remove the middle toilet. (See photo #53)

II.

Modify (combine) the middle and north stall (partitions) to be one accessible stall. Seal up middle door. (See photo #53)

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III.

Widen the north stall door to be minimum 32 inches wide, have selfclosing hinges and pull hardware on both sides of stall door at max 48 inches above floor. Current stall door 30.5 inches wide. (See photo #54)

IV.

Relocate the toilet flush lever to the wide (open) side of the clear floor space of the toilet. (See photo #55)

V.

Modify the toilet to be max 16 to 18 inches off center from wall to centerline of toilet. Currently 15 inches off center. (See photo #56)

VI.

Modify the toilet seat height to max 17 to 19 inches above floor (to top of seat). Currently 20.75 inches above floor. (See photo #57)

VII.

Modify the side grab bar to 42-inch bar. Bar to be 12 inches from rear (east) wall to end of bar. Bar to be at max 33 to 36 inches above floor (to top of bar). (See photo #55, 56)

VIII.

Install a 36-inch rear grab bar behind toilet. Bar to be 12 inches off center to centerline of toilet (north side of toilet) and 24 inches off center from centerline of toilet (south side of toilet). Bar to be at max 33 to 36 inches above floor (to top of bar). (See photo #55)

IX.

Relocate the toilet paper dispenser to be below the side grab bar at max 7 to 9 inches from front rim of toilet to centerline of dispenser. (See photo #55)

X.

Lower the height of the coat hook on accessible stall door to max 48 inches above floor. Currently 57 inches above floor. (See photo #58) City Hall Interior (Second Floor)

15. Install signage on wall near second floor restrooms that directs persons with disabilities to the dedicated ground floor accessible restrooms. Signage to have minimum 5/8-inch block lettering, color contrasted background and the symbol of accessibility. (See photo #59, 60)

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City Hall Interior (Commission Chambers) 16. Modify the common area sink to be accessible. To achieve: a. Rremove cabinet under the sink to provide the required minimum 27 inches of vertical knee clearance under the sink and 9 inches of toe clearance under the trap. (See photo #61) b. Lower the height of the sink to max 34 inches above floor. (See photo #62) c. Install hard rubber pipe insulation (trap protector) exposed pipes (once cabinet removed). (See photo #61) 17. There a ninety (90) fixed seats in the chambers. As such, install four (4) dedicated wheelchair seats with four (4) adjacent companion seats. Wheelchair seats to be located on the level section of the chambers and be minimum 33 inches wide by 48 inches deep. (See photo #63, 64) 18. Install a wall mounted handrail on the west side of the west ramp and east side of east ramp. Height of handrails to be max 34 to 38 inches above floor. Ends of rail to be retuned to wall. (See photo #65, 66) 19. Modify the guest speaker podium to be adjustable height podium. (See photo #67) 20. Install a 60-inch-wide curb ramp (west side of elevated platform to commissioners’ desks) to provide wheelchair access to the platform. Curb ramp to run in east/west direction at max 1:12 (8.33%) slope. Curb ramp to be curved and form with the south wall. (See photo #68, 69) 21. Relocate the flags to be wall mounted (above 80 inches) or to another area of the chamber to secure an unobstructed accessible route on the elevated platform. (See photo #70)

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Photos

P1 - Proposed location of disabled parking space east of City Hall (east parking lot)

P2 - Proposed location of directional signage east side of City Hall

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P3 - Proposed location of directional signage south side of City Hall

P4 - Proposed location of directional signage west side of City Hall

P5 - Proposed location of directional signage west side of City Hall

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P6 - Disabled parking spaces and signage to be modified northwest side of City Hall

P7 - Slope of disabled parking spaces to be modified southwest side of City Hall

P8 - Slope of disabled parking spaces to be modified southwest side of City Hall

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P9 - Curb ramp to be removed in parking lot Northwest side of City Hall

P10 - Disabled parking spaces to be modified northwest side of City Hall

P11 - Slope of disabled parking spaces to be modified northwest side of City Hall

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P12 - Slope of disabled parking spaces to be modified northwest side of City Hall

P13 - Sidewalk (accessible route) to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

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P14 - Sidewalk (accessible route) to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

P15 - Slope of sidewalk to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

P16 - Cross-slope of sidewalk to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

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P17 - Cross-slope of sidewalk to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

P18 - Cross-slope of sidewalk to be modified in municipal parking lot (northwest side of City Hall)

P19 - Cross-slope of sidewalk to be modified north of Mechanical Room

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P20 - Cross-slope of sidewalk to be modified north of Mechanical Room

P21 - Cafe (patio) seating

P22 - Cafe men's restroom door (side approach)

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P23 - Cafe men's restroom door (side approach)

P24 - Cafe men's restroom - Toilet flush lever to be modified

P25 - Cafe men's restroom - Toilet seat cover dispenser to be modified

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P26 - Cafe men's restroom - Towel dispenser to be lowered

P27 - Cafe women's restroom door (side approach)

P28 - Cafe women's restroom door (side approach)

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P29 - Cafe women's restroom - Toilet seat cover dispenser to be modified

P30 - Cafe women's restroom - Towel dispenser to be lowered

P31 - Signage to be installed at Utility Dept accessible counter

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P32 - Building Dept service counter to be modified

P33 - Building Dept service counter to be modified

P34 - Lobby water fountain to be modified

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P35 - Men's restroom - Door closer to be modified

P36 - Men's restroom - Hand dryer to be removed

P37 - Men's restroom - Urinal splash guard to be modified

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P38 - Men's restroom sinks to have insulation

P39 - Men's restroom stalls to be modified

P40 - Men's restroom - Accessible stall door width to be modified

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P41 - Men's restroom - Toilet position from wall to be modified

P42 - Men's restroom - Toilet seat height to be modified

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P43 - Men's restroom - Side grab bar to be modified

P44 - Men's restroom - Toilet paper dispenser to be relocated

P45 - Men's restroom - Toilet seat cover dispenser to be relocated

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P46 - Women's restroom door

P47 - Women's restroom door (side approach)

P48 - Women's restroom door (interior side of door)

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P49 - Women's restroom door closer to be modified

P50 - Women's restroom - Slope of floor to be modified

P51 - Women's restroom - Slope of floor to be modified

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P52 - Women's restroom sinks to be modified

P53 - Women's restroom - Middle toilet to be removed and stalls modified

P54 - Women's restroom north stall door to be modified

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P55 - Women's restroom accessible stall to be modified

P56 - Women's restroom - Side grab bar to be modified

P56 - Women's restroom north toilet position to be modified

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P57 - Women's restroom - Toilet seat height to be modified

P58 - Women's restroom - Coat hook to be modified

P59 - Second floor restroom door

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P60 - Second floor restroom door

P61 - CC - Sink to be modified

P62 - CC - Sink height to be modified

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P63 - CC - Proposed location of dedicated wheelchair seating

P64 - CC - Proposed location of dedicated wheelchair seating

P65 - Handrail to be installed on east wall

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P66 - Handrail to be installed on west wall

P67 - Podium to be modified

P68 - CC - Curb ramp to be installed west side of platform

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P69 - CC - Curb ramp to be installed west side of platform

P70 - CC - Flags to be relocated

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Diagrams and Codes For all relevant codes and diagrams log on to: http://www.ct.gov/brs/lib/brs/pdfs/adastandards2010.pdf Applicable 2010 ADAAG codes sections: 202, 206, 216, 221, 302, 303, 306, 307, 308, 309, 402, 403, 404, 406, 502, 602, 603, 604, 605, 606, 609, 804, 904 Note: For permitting purposes, chapter 11 of the Florida Building Code is relevant when modifying any facility in the State of Florida as it relates to ADA modifications or alterations. DISCLAIMER: ADA Compliance Specialists, Inc. is an independent consulting firm specializing in advising businesses on complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This inspection is independent of all parties and is un-biased. All parties hold harmless and indemnify ADA Compliance Specialists, Inc., its employees, inspectors and agents from any damages, claims, demands, legal actions or causes of actions arising in connection with or brought by anyone regarding or alleging ADA code violations concerning this report. Respectfully Submitted, ADA COMPLIANCE SPECIALISTS, INC. P.O. Box 416522 Miami Beach, FL 33141 Dave Goldfarb By: ________________________________ July 18, 2019

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APPENDIX B – FIELD REVIEW PHOTOS

WINTER PARK DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY STUDY

II


1. Begin project, looking south.

3. Ped push button & sign 3. Photo

2. Begin project, looking east

4. Begin project, looking south


5. Missing crosswalk markings

6. Slope verified to meet requirements

7. Sight distance issues, move stop sign West.

8. Align DWS and add missing crosswalk


9. Sidewalk clearance of 3’ 7”

11. Widen DWS for ramp width

10. Ponding and debris in ramp

12. Sidewalk clearance of 3’ 7”


13. Sidewalk has 1” root lifting

15. Damaged sidewalk panels

14. 8’ long sidewalk

16. Separate ramp and driveway


17. Replace damaged panels

19. Move inlet in order to add crosswalk and ramp

18. No pedestrian signal

20. Is this a separate ramp or directional to North


21. Verified slope of 8.66%

23. Ponding in ramp, no-connection to WP drive

22. End of sidewalk

24. Trees near roadway, possible lateral distance issue


25. Sidewalk is 2+’ above gutter

27. Consider sidewalk protection

26. To add sidewalk, grade down 2+’, easement, inlet in ramp location

28. Separate ramp on West side


29. Add DWS

31. Drop off for new sidewalk, 10’ 10” stripe to top of slope

30. Obstacles to fit in new sidewalk

32. Remove abandoned driveway


33. R/W is at back of sidewalk on West side

35. Sidewalk flush with roadway, need pedestrian railing at drop off

34. 5.5’ cl stripe to back of walk 34

36. Consider handrails here


37. 7.3% cross slope, 4 panels

39. Sidewalk tripping hazard, replace 2 panels

38. Raised panels due to trees

40. Sidewalk tripping hazard, replace 2 panels


41. Slope verified to be 9.7%, too steep

42. Realign ramp to be directional

43. Cars parked along street, police directing traffic

44. Middle school dismissal at this location


45. Directional ramps

47. Only 2’ flat for pedestrians, replace apron

46. Replace panels around inlet top

48. Less than 3’ flat, replace driveways


49. Replace most DWS, consider realigning these ramps (watch inlet on N side)

50. Replace broken panels

51. Replace driveway due to pinch point for Ada path on north side

52. 3-4” drop off behind swk


53. Replace apron for drop off concern

55. Replace apron for drop off concern

53. Landscape maintenance required

56. Analyze for more appropriate configuration


57. Replace apron due to narrow path

58. Replace both aprons due to narrow path

59. Replace push button near ramp

60. Crossing guard has key to active signal


61. Tripping hazard at inlet, replace 4 panels

63. Newer driveway, 3’ flat

62. Drop off behind sidewalk, replace 3 damaged panels

64. Begin old driveways (to South)


65. Many driveways have 3’ flat but have steep wings, consider replacing all

67. Directionalize ramps

66. Place handrail at sidewalk drop off

68. Drop off behind sidewalk


69. Replace panel at inlet top due to tripping hazard; Directionalize ramps

71. Replace 3 panels due to tripping hazard

70. Adjust pull box

72. Begin sidewalk on N. bound side


73. Steep cross slope, 7.2%; replace and regrade 8 panels

74. Tripping hazard, replace 3 panels

75. Update handrails and move closer to sidewalk

76. Along white picket fence, slope is too steep. Regrade and replace


77. Mailbox and streetlight potentially in sidewalk footprint

79. 5’ sidewalk is >4” drop off at back this whole run adjacent to roadway

78. Drop off behind sidewalk; vegetation currently acts as guardrail

80. Drop off at curb, FH is at grade


81. Tripping hazard, replace panel at sanitary grade

83. Possible R/W to add to sidewalk

82. Handrail for drop off

84. Reconfigure driveway


85. End of sidewalk

86. Adjust water valve to flush

87. Replace DWS

88. Asphalt in cross walk is 2” low


89. Replace 2 panels due to root lifting

91. Replace 3 panels due to root lifting

90. Connection to parking lot, replace 2 panels due to root lifting

92. Directionalize ramps


93. Consider pedestrian refuge here

94. Directionalize ramps

95. Separate ramp

96. Erosion on sidewalk


97. Directionalize ramps

99. Realign ramp, consider driveway location

98. Erosion on sidewalk

100. Landing too narrow


101. Confirm if hand railing is compliant

102. Extend handrail

103. Confirm handrail is complaint

104. Replace panel due to tripping hazard


105. Handrail has been hit, confirm it is compliant

107. Erosion on sidewalk, maintenance issues

106. Replace DWS, wide ramp may cause confusion

108. Replace DWS


109. Drop off at front of sidewalk, add sod

110. Add handrail here for drop off

111. Confirm handrail is compliant, possibly extend

112. Confirm handrail is complaint


113. Drop off behind sidewalk, add sod

114. Another handrail picture

115. Replace DWS on north side realign ramp on south side

116. Remove abandoned driveways


117. Reconfigure ramp for state facility

118. Confirm handrail is complaint

PEDESTRIAN BUTTON DISTANCE FROM BACK OF CURB 1A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 8’2”

2A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 7’9”


3A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 8’1”

44A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 7’5” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is neither parallel to sidewalk nor on level landing)

45A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 7’5” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is not parallel to sidewalk)

46A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 5’4” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is non-parallel to sidewalk)


47A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 5’9” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is not on level landing)

57A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 7’6”

56A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 9’6”

58A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 8’


59A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 7’6”

60A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 8’

91A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 5’ (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is not on level landing)

92A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 5’6”


93A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 8’10”

95A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 6’2” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is non-parallel to sidewalk)

94A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 5’9”

116A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 12’11”


117A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 6’9”

118A. Distance from ped pole to back of curb – 9’6” (Ped button not ADA compliant because it is not parallel to sidewalk)


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VE ER PARK DRI NT N WI

M ATCH LINE 106+40. 00

00 100+80. M ATCH LINE

79

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

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DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

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SEM INOLA BOULEVARD

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PT STA. 109+77. 48

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1 2 6

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

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DESCRIPTION

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COUNTY

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4

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COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

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CROS S ST REE T

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00 40. INE 134+ M ATCH L

6 3 1

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

ROAD NO.

COUNTY

TA CL12 CURVE DA .24 = 138+45 PI STA.

T L R PC STA. PT STA.

REVISIONS

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141

PT STA. 140+28. 10

N WINTER PARK DRIVE

98

145

00 M ATCH LINE 145+60.

M ATCH LINE 140+00. 00

Feet

REVISIONS

DATE

DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 26

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CR EE

0

7TH S TREET

102

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 27

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PC STA. 154+ 33. 98

N WI NTER PARK DRI VE

96 4. 6+1 . 15 STA PT

M ATCH

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156 5 5 1

105

02 5+25. PI STA. 15

104

00 . 80 6+ 15

1 5 2

NE LI

103

H TC MA

LINE 1 51+20 . 00

Feet

REVISIONS

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 28

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VE ER PARK DRI NT N WI

162

00 M ATCH LINE 162+40.

STA. 157+22. 22

1 5 7

PI

M ATCH LINE 156+80. 00

Feet

REVISIONS

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 29

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H C T A

MA TC H

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WI NT ER

PA RK

PC ST A. 164 +48 . 07

16 3

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DR I VE

7 16

166

1 6 5

18 . 89 6+ 16 A. ST PI

BELLE AVENUE

106

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

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DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 30

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D R IV E

A T C H

9 0 . 7 9 1 8 L + C 1 7 A 1 T 8 A 7 = D 0 . 0 7 4 . E 3 7 . 1 A V 1 . 1 5 3 T R 7 1 . 2 S U . 1 7 5 = C 2 + 6 I 8 9 3 = P + 6 3 1 = 7 1 = = . T A . T L A S T S C P T P

M

R

H TC MA

E LIN 00 . 00 8+ 16 REVISIONS

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DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 31

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N WI NT ER PARK DRI VE

M ATCH LINE 179+20. 00

74 STA. 176+80. PI

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5 7 1

4 7 1

PT STA. 173+92. 71

00 173+60. M ATCH LINE

107

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 32

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184

VE ER PARK DRI NT N WI

T H ELEN STREE

108

M ATCH LINE 184+80. 00

M ATCH LINE 179+20. 00

109

REVISIONS

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 33

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185

186

187

188

189

VE ER PARK DRI NT N WI

190

M ATCH LINE 190+40. 00

M ATCH LINE 184+80. 00

110

REVISIONS

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 34

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M ATCH LINE 19 6+00. 00

19 STA. 194+86.

VE ER PARK DRI NT N WI

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113

ST RE E

T

191

114

115

HE

LE N

00 M ATCH LINE 190+40.

112

REVISIONS

DATE

DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 35

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N M ATCH LINE 199+01. 53 Ext. 258. 47

M ATCH LINE 196+00. 00

117

10

Feet

POT STA. 199+01. 53

116

W STATE ROAD 434

N

118A

0

199

N WINTER PARK DRIVE 118

116A 117A

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DESCRIPTION

DATE

SHEET

CITY OF CASSELBERRY

DESCRIPTION

NO. ROAD NO.

COUNTY

FINANCIAL PROJECT ID

ROADWAY PLANS 36

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APPENDIX D – COST ESTIMATE

WINTER PARK DRIVE ACCESSIBILITY STUDY

IV


PRELIMINARY ENGINEER'S ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST Photo No. 5 7

STA. 2+80 6+80

Side RT RT

Sheet 1 2

8

6+80

RT

2

11 13

12+50 13+15

LT LT

3 3

15

15+00

RT

3

16

14+94

LT

3

17

15+32

RT

3

18

17+20

RT

4

19

17+25

RT

4

20

17+30

RT

4

STA 18+20 - 30+40

RT

32+80 33+14 33+80 42+50 43+30

RT RT LT LT RT

28 29 32 36 37

6 6 7 8 8

Description Crosswalk marking Landscape trimming Relocate stop sign Reconstruct curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter DWS DWS 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Curb ramp & Driveway DWS Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Ped signal (4 quadrants) Ped signal, 2 ways Relocate inlet Manhole, partial Construct curb ramp DWS Curb and gutter Reconstruct curb ramp Curb and gutter Remove existing concrete DWS 4" sidewalk Construct curb ramp DWS Curb and gutter DWS DWS Remove driveway Handrail 4" sidewalk

Pay Item Quantity Unit 0710- 11-123 122 LF 0110- 22 1 EA 0700- 1- 50 1 EA 0522- 2 7.4 SY 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0520- 1- 10 40 LF 0527- 2 8 SF 0527- 2 16 SF 0522- 1 4.4 SY 0522- 1 4.4 SY 0110- 22 1 EA 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0522- 2 67.8 SY 0527- 2 SF 0522- 1 67.8 SY 0520- 1- 10 LF 0522- 1 16.7 SY 0522- 1 16.7 SY 0665- 1- 11 4 EA 0653- 1- 12 4 EA 0425- 1-311 1 EA 0425- 2- 43 1 EA 0522- 2 6.7 SY 0527- 2 8 SF 0520- 1- 10 40 LF 0522- 2 6.7 SY 0520- 1- 10 40 LF 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0527- 2 8 SF 0522- 1 562 SY 0522- 2 60.3 SY 0527- 2 72 SF 0520- 1- 10 360 LF 0527- 2 13.2 SF 0527- 2 13.2 SF 0522- 1 18.3 SY 0515- 2-211 40 LF 0522- 1 16.7 SY

Unit Cost Total cost $3.00 $366.00 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $39.04 $39.04 $61.66 $456.28 $40.83 $273.56 $24.11 $964.40 $27.64 $221.12 $27.64 $442.24 $40.83 $179.65 $40.83 $179.65 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $40.83 $273.56 $40.83 $273.56 $61.66 $4,180.55 $27.64 $0.00 $40.83 $2,768.27 $24.11 $0.00 $40.83 $681.86 $40.83 $681.86 $314.15 $1,256.60 $1,445.47 $5,781.88 $6,612.86 $6,612.86 $2,777.55 $2,777.55 $61.66 $413.12 $27.64 $221.12 $24.11 $964.40 $61.66 $413.12 $24.11 $964.40 $40.83 $273.56 $27.64 $221.12 $40.83 $22,955.53 $61.66 $3,718.10 $27.64 $1,990.08 $24.11 $8,679.60 $27.64 $364.85 $27.64 $364.85 $40.83 $747.19 $73.00 $2,920.00 $40.83 $681.86


PRELIMINARY ENGINEER'S ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST Photo No.

STA.

Side

Sheet

38

45+42

LT

9

39

52+60

RT

10

40

53+60

LT

10

41

54+55

LT

10

42

55+60

LT

10

45

57+40

RT

11

46A 47A 44A 45A 46

57+60 57+75 58+30 58+50 58+60

RT LT LT RT LT

11 11 11 11 11

47

59+40

LT

11

48

60+70

LT

11

49 50

61+75 - 62+20 62+85

LT LT

12 12

51

63+20

LT

12

54

64+75

LT

12

Description earthwork Remove existing concrete 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning Reconstruct curb ramp Remove existing concrete DWS Curb and gutter Reconstruct curb ramp Remove existing concrete DWS Curb and gutter Reconstruct curb ramp Remove existing concrete DWS Curb and gutter Relocate pedestrian signal Relocate pedestrian signal Relocate pedestrian signal Relocate pedestrian signal 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete DWS 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway

Pay Item 0120- 6 0522- 1 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 2 0522- 1 0527- 2 0520- 1- 10 0522- 2 0522- 1 0527- 2 0520- 1- 10 0522- 2 0522- 1 0527- 2 0520- 1- 10 0653- 1- 40 0653- 1- 40 0653- 1- 40 0653- 1- 40 0522- 1 0522- 1 0522- 2 0522- 1 0522- 2 0522- 1 0527- 2 0522- 1 0522- 1 0522- 2 0522- 1 0522- 2

Quantity 1 16.7 13.4 13.4 2 3.3 3.3 1 3.3 3.3 1 9.5 9.5 8.2 40 11.6 11.6 11.2 50 6.7 6.7 8.2 40 1 1 1 1 9.4 9.4 12.9 12.9 12.9 12.9 16.4 13.5 13.5 17.8 17.8 8.1

Unit CY SY SY SY EA SY SY EA SY SY EA SY SY SF LF SY SY SF LF SY SY SF LF EA EA EA EA SY SY SY SY SY SY SF SY SY SY SY SY

Unit Cost Total cost $6.67 $6.67 $40.83 $681.86 $40.83 $547.12 $40.83 $547.12 $1,650.00 $3,300.00 $40.83 $134.74 $40.83 $134.74 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $40.83 $134.74 $40.83 $134.74 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $61.66 $585.77 $40.83 $387.89 $27.64 $226.65 $24.11 $964.40 $61.66 $715.26 $40.83 $473.63 $27.64 $309.57 $24.11 $1,205.50 $61.66 $413.12 $40.83 $273.56 $27.64 $226.65 $24.11 $964.40 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $277.00 $40.83 $383.80 $40.83 $383.80 $61.66 $795.41 $40.83 $526.71 $61.66 $795.41 $40.83 $526.71 $27.64 $453.30 $40.83 $551.21 $40.83 $551.21 $61.66 $1,097.55 $40.83 $726.77 $61.66 $499.45


PRELIMINARY ENGINEER'S ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST Photo No.

STA.

Side

Sheet

55

66+15

LT

12

56

67+80

RT

13

57

67+70

LT

13

58

68+25

LT

13

59 61

69+25 71+00

LT RT

13 13

62

72+80

LT

14

64

76+10

RT

14

66 67

79+80 80+40

RT RT

15 15

68 69

80+60 81+90

RT LT

15 15

70 71

83+00 84+40

RT LT

15 16

73

87+60

LT

16

74

90+30

LT

17

75 76

90+85 90+40 - 98+60

LT LT

17 17

Description Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Ped signal (1 quadrant) 4" sidewalk Crosswalk marking, remove & replace 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete Ped detector 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 6" concrete for driveway Remove existing concrete Handrail Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter DWS Handrail 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete DWS adjust utility box 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Relocate handrail 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete

Pay Item Quantity Unit 0522- 1 8.1 SY 0522- 2 17.2 SY 0522- 1 17.2 SY 0522- 2 13.1 SY 0522- 1 13.1 SY 0520- 1- 10 40 LF 0665- 1- 11 1 EA 0522- 1 13.1 SY 0710- 11-123 122 LF 0522- 2 9.1 SY 0522- 1 9.1 SY 0522- 2 13.1 SY 0522- 1 13.1 SY 0665- 1- 11 1 EA 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0522- 1 10 SY 0522- 1 10 SY 0522- 2 9.1 SY 0522- 1 9.1 SY 0515- 2-211 20 LF 0522- 2 6.7 SY 0522- 1 6.7 SY 0520- 1- 10 40 LF 0527- 2 8.2 SF 0515- 2-211 20 LF 0522- 1 26.4 SY 0522- 1 26.4 SY 0522- 2 11.2 SY 0425- 6 1 EA 0522- 1 10 SY 0522- 1 10 SY 0522- 1 26.7 SY 0522- 1 26.7 SY 0522- 1 8.7 SY 0522- 1 8.7 SY 0515- 2-211 55 LF 0522- 1 540 SY 0522- 1 540 SY

Unit Cost Total cost $40.83 $330.72 $61.66 $1,060.55 $40.83 $702.28 $61.66 $807.75 $40.83 $534.87 $24.11 $964.40 $314.15 $314.15 $40.83 $534.87 $3.00 $366.00 $61.66 $561.11 $40.83 $371.55 $61.66 $807.75 $40.83 $534.87 $314.15 $314.15 $40.83 $273.56 $40.83 $273.56 $40.83 $408.30 $40.83 $408.30 $61.66 $561.11 $40.83 $371.55 $73.00 $1,460.00 $61.66 $413.12 $40.83 $273.56 $24.11 $964.40 $27.64 $226.65 $73.00 $1,460.00 $40.83 $1,077.91 $40.83 $1,077.91 $61.66 $690.59 $554.37 $554.37 $40.83 $408.30 $40.83 $408.30 $40.83 $1,090.16 $40.83 $1,090.16 $40.83 $355.22 $40.83 $355.22 $73.00 $4,015.00 $40.83 $22,048.20 $40.83 $22,048.20


PRELIMINARY ENGINEER'S ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST Photo No. 78 81

STA. 100+30 103+95

Side LT LT

Sheet 18 19

82 86 87 88

105+05 106+70 106+95 106+40

LT RT RT RT

19 20 20 20

89

107+50

RT

20

90

108+40

RT

20

91

108+85

RT

20

92

108+30

LT

20

91A 93

109+50 110+40

RT LT

20 20

94

109+50

RT

20

95A 95

110+70 110+75

RT RT

20 20

96 97

131+55 138+05 - 138+85

LT RT

24 25

98 99

142+05

RT

26 27

Description Handrail 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Handrail adjust valve DWS Mill 1" driveway Resurface 1.5" friction course 1.5" superpave 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Root pruning Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Relocate pedestrian signal remove pavement median curb 4" sidewalk DWS Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Relocate pedestrian signal Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Curb and gutter Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Curb and gutter Curb ramp

Pay Item 0515- 2-211 0522- 1 0522- 1 0515- 2-211 0425- 6 0527- 2 0327- 70- 1 0337- 7- 80 0334- 1- 12 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 1 0522- 1 0110- 22 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0653- 1- 40 0110- 1- 1 0520- 2- 1 0522- 1 0527- 2 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0653- 1- 40 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0520- 1- 10 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0520- 1- 10 0522- 2

Quantity 550 3.3 3.3 15 1 8.2 47 3.88 3.88 6.7 6.7 1 6.7 6.7 1 10 10 1 13.4 13.4 60 1 0.01 110 18 16.4 18.8 18.8 40 1 42.6 42.6 40 50 33.9 33.9 80 50 26.4

Unit LF SY SY LF EA SF SY TN TN SY SY EA SY SY EA SY SY EA SY SY LF EA AC LF SY SF SY SY LF EA SY SY LF LF SY SY LF LF SY

Unit Cost Total cost $73.00 $40,150.00 $40.83 $134.74 $40.83 $134.74 $73.00 $1,095.00 $554.37 $554.37 $27.64 $226.65 $2.66 $125.02 $139.04 $539.13 $83.51 $323.81 $40.83 $273.56 $40.83 $273.56 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $40.83 $273.56 $40.83 $273.56 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $40.83 $408.30 $40.83 $408.30 $1,650.00 $1,650.00 $61.66 $826.24 $40.83 $547.12 $24.11 $1,446.60 $277.00 $277.00 $27,446.07 $274.46 $33.84 $3,722.40 $40.83 $734.94 $27.64 $453.30 $61.66 $1,159.21 $40.83 $767.60 $24.11 $964.40 $277.00 $277.00 $61.66 $2,626.72 $40.83 $1,739.36 $24.11 $964.40 $24.11 $1,205.50 $61.66 $2,090.27 $40.83 $1,384.14 $24.11 $1,928.80 $24.11 $1,205.50 $61.66 $1,627.82


PRELIMINARY ENGINEER'S ESTIMATED CONSTRUCTION COST Photo No.

STA.

Side

Sheet

100

149+20

LT

27

102 104

151+05 154+70

RT RT

27 28

105 106

154+80 165+50

RT RT

28 30

107 108 109 110 111 113 115

176+60 182+30 184+00 185+60 188+70 193+00 194+50

LT RT LT LT LT RT RT

32 33 33 34 34 35 35

116

197+60

LT

36

118A 117

198+35 198+40

LT LT

36 36

NOTES:

Description Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Handrail 4" sidewalk Remove existing concrete Handrail Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter Curb and gutter DWS sod Handrail Handrail Sod Curb ramp Remove existing concrete Curb and gutter DWS Remove driveway 4" sidewalk Curb and gutter Relocate pedestrian signal Curb ramp Remove existing concrete

1. Quantities were based on aerials and are approximate. 2. Costs taken from FDOT historical cost estimate, Area 8, 12 month average

Pay Item 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0515- 2-211 0522- 1 0522- 1 0515- 2-211 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0520- 1- 10 0527- 2 0570- 1- 1 0515- 2-211 0515- 2-211 0570- 1- 1 0522- 2 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0527- 2 0110- 4- 10 0522- 1 0520- 1- 10 0653- 1- 40 0522- 2 0522- 1

Quantity 26.4 40 21.3 21.3 40 20 20.5 20.5 20 26.4 26.4 60 50 29 28 50 50 33.3 19.5 19.5 40 16.4 27 27 40 1 18.9 18.9

Unit SY LF SY SY LF LF SY SY LF SY SY LF LF SF SY LF LF SY SY SY LF SF SY SY LF EA SY SY

Unit Cost Total cost $40.83 $1,077.91 $24.11 $964.40 $61.66 $1,313.36 $40.83 $869.68 $24.11 $964.40 $73.00 $1,460.00 $40.83 $837.02 $40.83 $837.02 $73.00 $1,460.00 $61.66 $1,627.82 $40.83 $1,077.91 $24.11 $1,446.60 $24.11 $1,205.50 $27.64 $801.56 $2.86 $79.44 $73.00 $3,650.00 $73.00 $3,650.00 $2.86 $95.33 $61.66 $1,202.37 $40.83 $796.19 $24.11 $964.40 $27.64 $453.30 $20.02 $540.54 $40.83 $1,102.41 $24.11 $964.40 $277.00 $277.00 $61.66 $1,165.37 $40.83 $771.69 Subtotal $280,212.22 Design (10%) $28,021.22 Survey & SUE (13%) $36,427.59 Erosion Control (3%) $8,406.37 Maintenance of Traffic (7%) $19,614.86 Mobilization (10%) $28,021.22 CEI (6%) $16,812.73 Contingency (30%) $84,063.67 CONSTRUCTION TOTAL $501,579.88


Appendix E – Land Use Characteristics and Market Assessment


Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study

May 17, 2021

WINTER PARK DRIVE

COMPLETE STREET CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT STUDY EXISTING CONDITIONS SECTIONS FOR FEHR & PEERS Prepared By:

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TASK 3.8 LAND USE CHARACTERISTICS SUMMARY A thorough documentation and evaluation of land use characteristics in the corridor has identified the following key characteristics: • •

The land uses on the project corridor are a microcosm for Casselberry as a whole, with nearly identical patterns of residential, commercial, and public uses, as well as similar rates of vacancy. Residential types, land values, and development patterns along the corridor reveal distinct residential neighborhoods surrounding Winter Park Drive, anchored by retail and commercial anchors at State Road 434, Seminola Boulevard, and Red Bug Lake Road. The non-residential land uses were evaluated for their commercial focus, intensity of daily use, and underlying walk and bike access potential. The non-residential parcels are more oriented towards daily uses, with untapped walk and bike potential – and untapped land value appreciation - based on use types and available infrastructure.

EXISTING LAND USE MIX Winter Park Drive, and Casselberry as a whole, is predominantly residential. Figure 1 shows existing land use as provided by Seminole County Information Services Department. Within Casselberry, 90% of all parcels are designated as being for single family, multi-family, or mobile/manufactured home use. The second highest use type in the city are those designated as vacant, though they make up only 5% of the city’s parcels. Around 3% of parcels are designated as commercial, while around 1% of parcels are public or parks/preservation. Looking exclusively at a quarter-mile radius around Winter Park Drive, the proportions of parcel types are effectively identical to the city as a whole. Summaries for both are shown in Table 1. The most notable difference is in the proportional acreage of vacant parcels. The vacant parcels in the corridor are generally larger, making up nearly 20% of total land area. Much of this vacant land is city owned.

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Figure 1 | Existing Land Use Map

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Table 1 | Existing Land Uses

Existing Land Use

Parcel Count

Total Acres

Pct Count

Pct Acres

Casselberry Residential

9,158

2,363

90%

57%

Vacant

484

459

5%

11%

Commercial

423

597

4%

14%

Preservation

75

538

1%

13%

Public

60

152

1%

4%

Civic

20

64

0%

2%

10,220

4,173

100%

100%

2,685

806

90%

53%

155

276

5%

18%

Commercial

96

112

3%

7%

Public

17

104

1%

7%

Preservation

17

194

1%

13%

5

15

0%

1%

2,975

1,507

100%

100%

Grand Total Winter Park Drive Residential Vacant

Civic Grand Total

RESIDENTIAL TYPES Residential uses within Casselberry were further subdivided into single family, multi-family, or mobile home uses. The city and the corridor are both mostly single family, though the corridor contains higher proportions of both single family and mobile home uses than the city as a whole. Single family homes make up about two-thirds of residential uses. Mobile homes in the corridor comprise 10% of residential uses in the corridor, all of which are found north of Seminola Boulevard. This is twice the citywide rate of 5%. While there are clear differences in home and lot sizes in various neighborhoods and subdivisions surrounding Winter Park Drive, the presence of sidewalks and narrow streets designed for slow driving make nearly every residential area walkable.

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Figure 2 | Existing Residential by Type

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Table 2 | Residential Land Uses Residential Type

Parcels

Total Acres

Pct Count

Pct Acres

Casselberry Single Family

5,349

1309

61%

77%

Multi-Family

2,943

285

34%

17%

419

112

5%

7%

Single Family

1,545

374

66%

82%

Multi-Family

558

18

24%

4%

Mobile Home

247

65

11%

14%

Mobile Home Corridor

NON-RESIDENTIAL TYPES Winter Park Drive is predominantly residential, but the non-residential uses are just as important in defining the nature of the corridor. Non-residential uses were assigned a commercial focus. Commercial focus is concerned with how the use interacts with the area around it. In other words, whether traffic going to the parcels themselves is more heavily customer-based, employee-based, or civic-based. The map reveals the mixed, and perhaps muddled, nature of non-residential uses in the northern and central parts of the corridor. The southern end of the corridor is strongly customer-focused, with larger traffic volumes prompting - and responding to - this development pattern. With lower traffic volumes on Seminola Boulevard and State Road 434, there are more businesses that generate more employee traffic than customer traffic, but there is no clear dominant non-residential use type on either roadway, potentially limiting their visibility as destinations for either customers or employees.

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Figure 3 | Commercial Focus Map

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CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-COMMERCIAL USES Another way to look at non-residential uses is whether they are considered daily uses in terms of their general utility. Daily uses are those that are likely to be visited by local residents on a regular basis. The essential types of these uses are grocery stores, pharmacies, schools, and day cares. Other daily uses include restaurants, parks, convenience stores, and other retail stores. Figure 4 below shows the location and the prominence of daily uses in the corridor. The larger the circle, the higher number or higher import of the uses there. The largest and most important daily uses lie along the northern and southern edges of the corridor, with smaller daily uses scattered in between. This shows that the corridor acts more as a local destination than regional attractor, supplying a wide diversity of local residents’ daily needs.

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Figure 4 | Daily Needs Map

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NON-RESIDENTIAL LAND USES AND WALKING AND CYCLING Because this study is transportation focused, the land uses in the corridor were evaluated for their modal emphasis in trip-making. This evaluation focused on non-residential uses, with the aim of identifying uses that are supportive of walking and bicycling. Each non-residential parcel was evaluated for the extent to which the type of use and the existing transportation infrastructure support walking and biking trips. For example, a dine-in restaurant with front door access directly from a sidewalk would have high walk and biking emphasis, while an industrial use on a gravel road would have little to no walk and bike emphasis. Figure 6 shows the findings of this evaluation and points to some limitations in the walk and bike emphasis along the corridor, both in the provision of commercial uses and in transportation infrastructure. However, there are clear nodes of potential walk and bike activity at the corridor’s northern and southern termini, as well as along Seminola Boulevard and Figure 5 | Walk Score Map at Casselberry Elementary School. The website Walk Score helps visualize this potential, as well as the potential financial impact of these limitations. The city as a whole is has belowaverage walk and bike scores, meaning that compared to the nation as a whole Casselberry’s availability of daily uses and the walking and cycling infrastructure available to connect to them have room for improvement. Parts of the Winter Park Drive are among the lowest scores in the city, especially the areas farthest from major cross streets. However, the southern end of the corridor has among the highest scores in the city, with a 57 in walking and 72 in bicycling. Improving Walk Scores and Bike Scores has a financial impact. A 2009 study found that the typical housing market experienced a $500 - $3,000 increase in home values with every 1-point increase in Walk Score 1.

Walking the Walk: How Walkability Raises Home Values in U.S. Cities https://nacto.org/docs/usdg/walking_the_walk_cortright.pdf 1

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Figure 6 | Walk Bike Emphasis Map

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TASK 3.9 – ECONOMIC AND MARKET ANALYSIS SUMMARY This section examines the economic drivers of change for the corridor. Based on the existing land use evaluation, the focus of this analysis is on the housing market and neighborhood-scale retail and office. This analysis is summarized by these key findings: • •

The corridor has modest development and redevelopment potential, with neighborhood-scale retail on undeveloped parcels on cross streets serving as most likely options. The housing market is experiencing the nationwide trend of constrained supply and higher than normal home price increases. Longer term forecasts suggest an eventual slowdown in home-price appreciation that may preserve local affordability without undermining reinvestment in the corridor’s neighborhoods. Retail and office vacancy and lease rates lag behind the county, which dampens redevelopment potential but does promote smaller scale retail and office projects and facilitate local business formation and expansion.

HOUSING PROFILE This housing profile reviews trends in housing development, prices, sales, and forecasts. The profile reveals an older, stable housing market along the corridor that is unlikely to be a hot spot of redevelopment but one which provides current and potentially future affordability. Figure 7 below shows residential land values per square foot as provided by Seminole County. This highlights some of the land value disparities along the corridor, with the mobile home parks assessed as among the lower values in the city, homes in Lost Lake Estates subdivisions assessed as among the higher valued properties in the city, and a wide range of values in between.

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Figure 7 | Residential Parcel Price per Square Foot Map

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VINTAGE OF AREA DEVELOPMENT Figure 8 shows the year built for all parcels with buildings in and around the corridor. While there are select portions of the corridor with recently constructed buildings – most notably the Lost Lake Estates subdivision – much of the corridor is older. The major retail area along State Road 436 and the office and industrial parcels in the northeast corner of the corridor are more than 30 years old. There are occasional commercial parcels even older than that. Much of the housing stock was built in the 20th Century, with the vast majority of the residential areas south of Seminola Boulevard more than 50 years old.

RECENT DEVELOPMENT There is little evidence of major development activity in recent years.

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Figure 9 below shows the few parcels listed as built since 2016, per Seminole County Information Technology Department. All but one is residential, and most recent developments have been mobile homes.

YEAR OF LAST SALE There is, however, more evidence of recent sales of existing developments. Nearly one-third (32%) of all properties in the corridor have been sold between 2016 and 2021. This is, however, slightly lower than the city as a whole (37%) or larger Seminole County (38%), suggesting the corridor is not a hot market. Figure 10 below shows the year of last sale for all parcels in and around the corridor.

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Figure 8 | Year Built Map

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Figure 9 | Recent Corridor Development Map

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Figure 10 | Year of Last Sale Map

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RECENT HOUSING MARKET TRENDS Looking further at recent housing market changes, data from Redfin shows that Casselberry’s housing market is experiencing the same supply crunch seen throughout the United States, with inventory at a 5year low despite a steady supply of new listings. Sale prices have climbed steadily, especially since the onset of Covid-19. As of March 2021, the median sale price was estimated at $265,000, slightly down from the historic high of $290,000 the month before. Figure 11 | Recent Citywide Housing Trends

OUTLOOK FOR HOUSING PRICE APPRECIATION AND MARKET STRENGTH The home value forecasting site Homeworthi provides separate housing market data for the northern and southern portions of the corridor, separated by Seminola Boulevard. While both areas experienced aboveaverage price increases last year relative to the country as a whole, the home prices north of Seminola Boulevard have increased more slowly in the last decade, ranking below the 30th percentile nationally, reflecting lower housing demand for mobile homes. In contrast, the southern half of the corridor has seen 19


Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study price increases well above the national average over the past 5 and 10 years, perhaps driven by the wider array of housing options which include higher priced homes. Both sections of the corridor are expected to continue to experience above-average price growth in the next 2-3 years, driven by recent regional population and employment growth, but after that settle back into average or below-average price increases, which would keep this area more affordable than many of the surrounding communities. Figure 12 | Home Value Forecasts

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LONG TERM POPULATION FORECAST AND HOUSING MARKET A slowdown in housing price appreciation is consistent with longer range population forecasts from the University of Florida’s Bureau of Economic and Business Research, which projects Seminole County to grow slower than several neighboring counties in both net change and percent change. Table 3 | Countywide Population Forecasts County

2020

2045

Change

Seminole

479,000

590,000

23%

Volusia

545,000

645,000

18%

Orange

1,419,000

1,972,000

39%

Lake

367,000

535,000

46%

Overall, the housing data points to a market currently going through the same supply crunch and price increases seen throughout the country, but underlying this recent trend is a stable, most likely slow-growth, corridor that is more likely to maintain affordability than it is to see major redevelopment or price spikes.

ECONOMIC PROFILE The economic profile focuses on the retail and office markets in the corridor, both from a demand perspective and a supply perspective. Several recently completed studies for Casselberry and Winter Park Drive include economic and demographic analyses that are applicable to this study. The key takeaways from those studies are as follows: City of Casselberry Economic Development Strategic Plan Background Report (Draft 2021) The city has a wide range of consumers typical of a city its size. ESRI’s Tapestry Segmentation analysis for the area 0-3 miles from the center of Casselberry suggests that the largest consumer segments are well-off suburban families, young professionals, and young renters, all of which are strong customer bases for neighborhood retail and services. However, there is also a sizable contingent of more budget-conscious middle-age residents who may be less likely to spend on high-end goods and services. While neighborhood scale analyses of consumer segments are not available, it is reasonable to presume there is a higher proportion of these budget-conscious residents along Winter Park Drive than the city as a whole. The area has an overall customer spending potential index score of 78 (national average is 100), which is notably below Orlando (92) and larger Seminole County (108).

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Despite this below-average spending potential, the ESRI Retail Marketplace Profile shows leakage (money from residents being spent outside the profile area) in several neighborhood-serving industries, including clothing stores, used merchandise stores, bars, and restaurants, as seen in Figure 13 below. Figure 13 | Casselberry Retail Leakage and Surplus

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Recent retail vacancy rates are higher in Casselberry than in Seminole or Orlando, though in the last few years the vacancy rates have come more in line with Seminole County as a whole. Importantly, retail vacancy has risen since 2019, even while rates in Orlando have declined. Retail lease rates tell a similar story, with Casselberry’s lease rates lagging behind both the County and Orlando. Again, Casselberry’s rates are declining – from $15.10 per square foot in 2019 to $14.00 so far in 2021 – while Orlando’s rates are rising. Additionally, the Economic Development Strategic Plan notes that US 17-92 and SR-436 are the City’s retail hubs, with no mention of Winter Park Drive, Seminola Boulevard, or SR-434. The year-built data and visual inspection reveal a number of vacant storefronts and underperforming outparcels on these corridors. The age of many of these structures is more than 20 years old and they have had multiple tenants over the years, which generally suggests that the parcels are less attractive to premium retailers than they may be to smaller-scale, local retailers. Figure 14 | Retail Vacancy and Lease Rates

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Similar patterns to the area’s retail-oriented real estate are found when evaluating the area’s office market. Casselberry has a small office market, with the number of buildings and square footage nearly unchanged since 2008. Figure 15 | Office buildings and square footage

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study Vacancy rates reveal less stability in the office market, however, with notably higher office vacancies in Casselberry than the County or Orlando. Vacancy rates are higher across the region – and the country – primarily due to Covid concerns, though vacancy rates are still lower now than they were prior to 2016. The land use evaluation did find several vacant office spaces along Winter Park Drive, so this vacancy issue is relevant in the project corridor. Figure 16 | Office vacancy rates

Overall, this data points to the Winter Park Drive area as a secondary or tertiary retail and office location in a city that is a secondary or tertiary regional retail and office center. A stagnant citywide office market with no recent development and high vacancy rates limits new office development on a corridor with older office spaces and available spaces. The existing retail leakage out of Casselberry is also a concern, especially as there is a lot of prime retail space along US 17-92 that is in better condition than found within the city. However, lower retail costs and a mix of consumer types within Casselberry can encourage smaller neighborhood-oriented businesses to invest within the city, meaning that reinvestment in these corridors may be possible.

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Winter Park Drive Complete Street Concept Development Study North Winter Park Drive Small Area Study The North Winter Park Drive Small Area Study determined that there are several impediments to investment on the corridor. Some of the identified barriers are development regulation and a negative impression of the area from outsiders, likely associated with the large numbers of mobile homes. The study noted that housing condition was the top concern voiced in public outreach efforts, with the lack of public spaces – parks in particular – and shopping opportunities also noted. The study’s recommendations aim to encourage reinvestment in existing housing, small-scale development where land is available, mobility improvements, new open space, and improved neighborhood identity. Figure 17 | North Winter Park Drive Study Area Map

City of Casselberry Economic Development Strategic Plan Strategic Action Plan The plan identifies five primary goals: placemaking, connections, partnerships, opportunities, and innovation. Each goal has a set of actions designed to address these goals. None of the actions of this strategic plan are focused on areas within the Winter Park Drive corridor, underscoring the corridor’s heretofore secondary or even tertiary role in citywide economic development.

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ECONOMOMIC PROFILE SUMMARY Overall, the economic profile of the corridor is mostly neighborhood-oriented with limited to modest development and redevelopment potential. The ready availability of newer, higher visibility parcels elsewhere reduces the likelihood of substantial retail or office development locating on the corridor. There are also issues of perception that could keep away potential investors, at least in the short run, which is compounded by a strategic focus on competing corridors. Despite these issues, the prospect of neighborhood-scale retail is rosier, especially given the consumer mix, the current leakage of neighborhood-serving retail, and the low retail lease rates.

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