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Thanksgiving Holiday Work Schedule

No construction work will take place from Nov. 24 through Nov. 27, as David Nelson Construction and its employees celebrate Thanksgiving with their families and friends. Full construction will resume Monday, Nov. 28.

We wish you all a happy Thanksgiving and thank you for your support of this important infrastructure project.

Crest and Central Avenues Update

The 300 block of West Crest Avenue had four sanitary sewer adjustments that needed to be made before Hurricane Ian made landfall. With the storm approaching, Nelson Construction quickly laid the first layer of asphalt to prevent erosion from the storm.

Nelson is currently making these adjustments on West Crest, which requires small sections of the road and curb to be excavated. Residents whose driveways are affected by this work are notified in advance via door hanger. Curb is being replaced as the adjustments are made; while concrete crews are on site, Nelson is working with the City to replace sidewalk sections in need of repair along River Boulevard.

Once all sanitary sewer adjustments are completed, the lines will be inspected a final time. Assuming no other adjustments are needed, West Crest will receive the final layer of asphalt in early 2023.

Water and storm pipe installation on Central Avenue north of Hillsborough Avenue tentatively scheduled for November has been postponed until after the first of year. Once this work is rescheduled, residents will receive new door hangers ahead of construction.

Nelson is striving to install permeable pavers and the first layer of asphalt on the northbound lane (east side) of Central Avenue south of Hillsborough Avenue before Christmas.

Water Connections Begin on Crest 100-200 Blocks

Nelson Construction received clearance yesterday from the Florida Department of Health on the watermain along the 100 and 200 blocks of West Crest Avenue. Today they began connecting homes to the new watermain. Water services will be completely tied over by the end of November, and crews will begin rebuilding the road Nov. 28.

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ADA Accommodations

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) and Section 286.26, Florida Statutes, persons with disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation to participate in a public hearing or meeting should contact the City of Tampa’s ADA Coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the proceeding. The ADA Coordinator may be contacted via phone at 813-274-3964, email at, or by submitting an ADA – Accommodations Request Form.