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Yes. All of Dock Street will remain open during Phase One of construction. Dock Street will be unaffected from Randall Street to the fence at Susan Campbell Park and will be available for Special Events rentals during construction.
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Active work will begin in Spring 2024. A fence will be erected around Susan Campbell Park after St. Patrick’s festivities. This will begin Phase One of active construction. The work will involve bulkhead replacement, installation of passive flood barriers, utility work (electric/plumbing), and rebricking.
Parking on Dock Street will be unaffected. The Harbormaster’s Office will remain operational. Watermark Cruises’, “Harbor Queen” will run normal operations off the dock in front of the Burtis House at the end of Prince George Street.
Site maps might need to have their site maps reconfigured.
Between Phase One (Susan Campbell Park) and Phase Two (Dock Street), the City will pause construction work to allow for the Fall 2024 Annapolis Boat Shows. At the conclusion of the Fall 2024 Annapolis Boat Shows, City Dock will close to vehicle traffic and parking as well as some pedestrian traffic. During this time, there will be access to Burtis House docks (Watermark Cruises) and Susan Campbell Park via Prince George Street. The harbormaster’s office will be closed and demolished during this time.
Yes! The new City Dock park will incorporate a number of enhancements to better accommodate special events.
For other questions, contact Special Events Coordinator Felicia Nolan email@example.com.