ORMOND BEACH – A nearly $1 million effort to revitalize medians and sidewalks along another portion of Granada Boulevard marks the second phase of a project to refurbish Ormond Beach’s main thoroughfare.
City commissioners approved a $939,400 project last month to landscape medians and sidewalks along Granada from Orchard Street to State Road A1A. The majority of funding comes from the Florida Department of Transportation. The Granada bridge slopes are also included in the project.
The new designs will mirror the landscaping on Granada’s medians that was completed last year from Washington to Beach streets. The city also installed an irrigation system, LED lights and buried power lines along Granada, Lincoln and New Britain avenues.