Area Projects of Interest
RaceTrac Convenience Store 

with Fuel Pumps at Heritage Bay Commons Tract D, Replat Lot 4, located at the northwest corner of Immokalee Road and Bellaire Bay Drive – Application pending. For more information, contact John Wojdak, P.E., Vice President – DeLisi Fitzgerald Inc., 239-418-0691


The Northeast Recycling Drop-off Center (NERC) will be a new county-owned and operated recycling drop-off center located east of the Collier County Fairgrounds on 39th Avenue NE off Immokalee Road that will provide a convenient location for residents and small businesses in the northeast part of the county to bring recyclable materials and household chemicals such as oils, paints, fluorescent bulbs, electronics, batteries, pesticides and herbicides This will allow household hazardous waste to be collected, safely stored and shipped out of the county for proper recycling or disposal. 

The NERC will be a one story structure with approximately 29,000 gross square feet of floor area. 
Publix at Orange Tree

At the intersection of Immokalee Rd and Randall Blvd

Anticipated opening 17 March 2017

A Publix Liquor Store, Nail Salon and Chinese Restaurant is also scheduled to open. 
22 March 2017, Wed, 6-8pm, UF/IFAS Extension Office, 14700 Immokalee Rd

Lorraine Lantz is the project manager for the study. 

The public meeting for Randall Boulevard and Oil Well Road Corridor Study will be held on Wednesday, March 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the UF/IFAS Extension Office at 14700 Immokalee Road, Naples, Florida. The purpose of this public meeting is to provide the public with an opportunity to review and comment on the purpose and need for the project, project schedule, and initial data collection including study area constraints. The meeting will be conducted in an informal, open house setting with no formal presentation.  

The study involves the evaluation of several corridor alternatives to enhance traffic operations and safety conditions based on current and future travel demands. The study will evaluate potential improvements to existing Randall Boulevard, Oil Well Road, Desoto Boulevard and Everglades Boulevard, as well as potential corridors on a new alignment. The study process will involve the development of alternatives, a comparative evaluation of the social and environmental effects and the overall cost of each option. In addition, the study will consider traffic operation improvements such as roundabouts, flyovers, frontage roadways, access management and new signal locations. Study alternatives will be developed to avoid or minimize impacts to the community and environment.