The Engineering Department works with Public Works staff to maintain the city’s roadways and stormwater system. This includes repairs and upgrades to the existing infrastructure as well as constructing new roadways and stormwater facilities. Additionally, the department reviews plans for new construction to make sure it meets city codes as well as State and Federal codes for stormwater, ADA access, pedestrians, and traffic. The public works engineer also serves as a project manager for city projects. Below is a list of current projects going on in the City of Longwood.

  1. Eric Nagowski, P.E.

    Public Works Engineer
    Phone: 407-263-2395

Transportation and Complete Streets

Cross Seminole Trail Connector

  • Description: Construction of sidewalk, shared-use path, and shared lane pavement markings (sharrows).   These items will connect from the SunRail station down Church Avenue to Grant Street and then continue to the end of North Grant Street then proceed to Timocuan Way up to the Cross Seminole Trail at General Hutchinson Parkway.  
  • Status: Construction has begun along Timocuan Way and will progress southward. 
  • Agency: City of Longwood
  • Contact: Eric Nagowski, P.E., Public Works Engineer

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West Warren Avenue Complete Streets Study

  • Description: This majority grant-funded study aims to re-imagine West Warren Avenue from St. Laurent Street/SR 434 to Milwee Street, including the design of multi-modal facilities and landscape and hardscape treatments to create a gateway into the City’s Heritage Village.
  • Status: The City Commission was given an update on the project at the December 6th meeting and provided direction on project alternatives.
  • Agency: City of Longwood with FDOT Funding Partnership
  • Contact: Shad M. Smith, P.E. City Engineer/Public Works Director
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 17-92 Median Landscaping 

  • Description: Median landscaping improvements on 17-92 from Raven Ave. to Dog Track Road. 
  • Status: Only one bid was received for the project, and FDOT requires 3 bids. Redesign of the landscaping and irrigation to begin in February 2022.
  • Agency: City of Longwood with FDOT Funding Partnership
  • Contact: Eric Nagowski, P.E., Public Works Engineer 

Ronald Reagan Boulevard Hardscape and Landscape Improvements

  • Description: Landscape and hardscape improvements on Ronald Reagan Blvd. primarily near the intersection with Church Avenue, including improvements to the area surrounding the clocktower.
  • Status: Construction plans and bid documents have been reviewed and the bidding is expected to begin in Q1 2022.
  • Agency: City of Longwood
  • Contact:  Shad M. Smith, P.E. City Engineer/Public Works Director