Magnolia Drive Trail

This project provides multimodal connectivity along the entire corridor from South Adams Street to Apalachee Parkway. It is being constructed in phases and in coordination with utility improvements in the area. Construction began in summer 2021.

Proposed Improvements

S. Meridian Street to Pontiac Drive (Phase I)

  • Roadway Reconstruction
  • 7 Foot Concrete Path on south side of roadway
  • Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer System upgrade
  • Enclosed stormwater drainage system on south side of roadway
  • 3 Foot Landscape Buffer between path and roadway
  • Underground Electric

Pontiac Drive to Diamond Street (Phase II)

  • Roadway Reconstruction
  • 8 Foot Concrete Path on south and east side of roadway
  • 8 Foot Concrete Path between Seminole Dr. and Alban Ave.
  • Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer upgrade
  • Enclosed stormwater drainage system on south and east side of roadway
  • Center median refuge island for Magnolia Drive crosswalk at Chowkeebin Nene
  • 4 Foot Landscape Buffer between path and roadway
  • Underground Electric

Diamond Street to Apalachee Parkway (Phase III)

  • Roadway Reconstruction
  • 8 Foot Multi Use Trail on west side of roadway
  • 6 Foot Concrete Sidewalk between Circle Dr. and Chowkeebin Nene
  • Enclosed stormwater system on west side of roadway
  • Underground Electric
  • 4 Foot Landscape Buffer between path and roadway

S. Monroe Street to S. Meridian Street (Phase IV )

  • Roadway Reconstruction
  • 8 Foot Concrete Path on south side of roadway
  • Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer System upgrade
  • Enclosed stormwater drainage system on south side of roadway
  • 4 Foot Landscape Buffer between path and roadway
  • Underground Electric

Leon County will temporarily close portions of S. Magnolia Drive in phases beginning Tuesday, July 6, 2021.

The first phase of construction will close S. Magnolia Drive from S. Meridian Street to S. Gadsden Street. Detours will be clearly marked and access to residences will be maintained at all times.

S. Magnolia between S. Monroe Street and Pontiac Drive is expected to be open to thru traffic in spring 2022.

 

To view the detour route, frequently asked questions, and sign up for detour update alerts, please visit LeonCountyFL.gov/Magnolia.

Individuals can also submit questions to RoadClosures@LeonCountyFL.gov or call Chris Muehlemann at (850) 606-1536.

Project Manager: Junious Brown

Project Snapshot – Magnolia Drive Trail

Magnolia Dr Multi Use Trail
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