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The purpose of the St. Armands Key Complete Streets project is to improve pedestrian walkability and multi-modal transportation, enhance safety and ADA measures, beautify the right-of-way, support economic growth, incorporate new infrastructures, and replace and/or rehabilitate existing infrastructure with focus on resiliency and sustainability.

Start Date: 12/12/2022
Est. PD&E Completion: 4/24/2024
Est. Construction Completion: 11/14/2025
City of Sarasota Project Manager: Corinne Arriaga
Consultant Project Manager: Stephanie Romero, PE
Deputy Project Manager: Angelo Rao, PE
Community Outreach Specialist: Jeff Novotny


St. Armands Key is an island in Sarasota Bay off the west coast of Florida and is part of the City of Sarasota. The island is connected to the mainland by the John Ringling Causeway. Circus magnate John Ringling purchased the St. Armands Key property in 1917 and planned a development that included residential lots and a shopping center laid out in a circle. The traffic circle is St. Armands Circle and consists of a small park known as the Harding Circle Park, which branches off into four (4) different directions. To the north, State Road 789, or North Boulevard of the Presidents which goes to Longboat

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City of Sarasota Project Manager
Corinne Arriaga, CPH
(941) 313.5873
Email: [email protected]
1761 12th Street,
Sarasota, FL 34236

Consultant Project Manager
Stephanie Romero, PE
(305) 670.2350
Email: [email protected]
6401 SW 87th Avenue, Suite 200,
Miami, FL 33173

Community Outreach Specialist
Jeff Novotny, PE, AICP
(813) 435.2646
Email: [email protected]
2818 Cypress Ridge Blvd, Suite 200
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

Consultant Deputy Project Manager
Angelo Rao, PE
(813) 623.6646
Email: [email protected]
111 Kelsey Lane, Suite E
Tampa, FL 33619