CR 664 Bridge over Little Payne Creek PD&E Study
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District One, is conducting a Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study for the CR 664 Bridge over Little Payne Creek, located in Hardee County, Florida. A map with the project limits is shown below.
The existing bridge was constructed in 1915 and is now functionally obsolete. The recommended improvement includes replacing the bridge with a new, two lane bridge. The new structure will bring this facility up to current standards.
This proposed project involves the use of properties protected under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. A Section 106 Case Study is being conducted, as required. The proposed undertaking will result in an “adverse effect” to the NRHP-eligible (National Register of Historic Places) Little Payne Creek Bridge (8HR00374). Mitigation strategies are currently being discussed.
Announcement of Opportunity for a Public Hearing
Your input is sought concerning the undertaking’s Adverse Effect to the resource and proposed mitigation. Notice is hereby given that interested persons may request a location and design concept public hearing for this project. This announcement will consist of a 15-day review and comment period of the materials linked below. Please submit any comments or request for a public hearing before July 16, 2021.
One (Southwest Florida)
less than one mile west of the western edge of city limits of Bowling Green
FDOT Project Manager
Patrick Bateman, PE
Tel: (863) 519 - 2792
Participate: Opportunity for a Public Hearing
To participate in the 15-day comment period for the Case Study, please:
1. Review the recent newsletter and approved draft Section 106 Case Study below.
2. Submit any comments, questions, or request for a hearing within the 15-day period. Although you may make comments at any time during the project, please submit comments before July 16, 2021 to be included in the record for this notice.
Click the icons to view the project documents. If you have problems accessing the materials, please contact the project manager (contact information above).
Was sent to property owners and local officials to announce the start of the project.
Was sent to property owners and local officials to announce updates to the project schedule and an opportunity for a public hearing.
|Section 106 Case Study
An approved draft of the work done to date for the
Submit a Comment
To submit a comment on the materials above or to request the opportunity for a public hearing, use the options below.
Phone: (863) 519-2792
Mail: Mail comments to
|Florida Department of Transportation, District One
Patrick Bateman, P.E.
801 North Broadway Avenue
Bartow, Florida 33830
Online: use the form below
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