Quincy’s flood-control projects get mixed reviews

Where Quincy is spending $10 for flood relief. Click on dots to get information.

Flood pumps

Drainage pipe work

Tide gate

Brook upgrade

Being studied

Being dredged

100-year flood zone

Sagamore Creek Tide Gate

Awaiting additional funding

North Quincy Area Drainage System Cleaning

Cleaned, repairs underway

Sachem Brook and Sachem Street Tide Control System

Design under way

Division Street Pump Station upgrades

Concepts for additional repairs being reviewed

Milton Drainage Coordination for Sheldon & Ballou streets

Negotiations with Milton ongoing; permit applications with state submitted

Alrick Road Pumping Station and Drainage Modification

Alternative design under way for 2014 construction

Furnace Brook inspection and cleaning

Cleaned, construction underway

Black's Creek Capacity and Tide Gate Enhancements

Being permitted

Black's Creek Capacity and Tide Gate Enhancements

Being permitted

Broad Street Tributary System Rehabilitation

One project completed; second under design

Broad Street Tide Gate

One project completed; second under design

Furnace Brook Bypass Concepts

Evaluation completed

Furnace Ave. Area Flood Control Station

Phase 1 construction this fall; Phase 2 funding being reviewed by FEMA

Centre Street Drain Pipe Realignment

Project completed

Town Brook Overflow Structure

Construction under way

Penns Hill

Study completed

Spence Ave/Circuit Rd Drainage Improvements

Construction this fall

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