The third and final phase of the Clematis Streetscape is underway.
The multiphase project which began in 2018 with improvements to the 300, 200, and 100 blocks of Clematis Street continues with similar adjustments to public spaces on the 400 and 500 blocks of the iconic street.
Now through mid-October, in time for the holidays.
Clematis Street between Quadrille Boulevard and Rosemary Avenue
What To Expect:
Improvements include wider sidewalks with more shade trees, narrowed traffic lanes and a curbless street design, to allow for an easier and more enjoyable pedestrian experience along the award-winning corridor. It will also include safety improvements to the Quadrille Boulevard and Clematis Street intersection and minor improvements to the 600 block.
When complete, this project—with wider sidewalks, more shade trees, and more room for bicyclists– will make one of our City’s most visited and most popular streets even more attractive to visitors and economic development, which is in line with my vision of creating a community of opportunity for all in our city. This project is a first step toward ushering in a renaissance, of sorts, along Clematis Street, which means only great things for our downtown. – Mayor Keith James
The Clematis Streetscape project is one of several joint projects between the City of West Palm Beach and the West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. The project was designed with quality of life at the forefront and to ensure that the City’s downtown core evolves with the needs of residents, merchants, and visitors.
For more information on the Clematis Streetscape project, please visit wpb.org/clematis, call 561-822-2222, or plan to attend the public meetings.