2018 Street Improvements - Project #18-1

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Week of July 23th, 2018

2018 Street Improvements – Project 18-1

Bernard St. – West of Robert St.
Top soil and boulevard sod is scheduled to be installed the week of July 30th.

Bernard St. – East of Robert St.
Crews will be reclaiming the remaining existing pavement on Tuesday, July 24th. Once the removals are complete, they will begin installing the new road bed and subsurface drain tile. This will continue for the remainder of the week. Residents will need to have their vehicle out of their driveways by 7 AM Monday morning.

Rehnberg Pl./Felix St./Christensen Ave.
Work in this area has been completed. If you have a newly seeded area, we ask that you please keep watering it.   

Charlton St.
Work in this area has been completed. If you have a newly seeded area, we ask that you please keep watering it.   
  

For your safety and that of the workers, please avoid driving through the construction areas as much as possible.

Contact

Darin Rezac, PE


Project Engineer
651-552-4131
drezac@wspmn.gov

Ross Beckwith, PE


City Engineer/Parks and Public Works Director
651-552-4130
rbeckwith@wspmn.gov


The following city street will be fully reconstructed this summer:

Street

From

To

Bernard St.

Stryker Ave.

Oakdale Ave.

Replacement of watermain, storm sewer, curb and gutter, and asphalt will be included. It is expected the work will begin in mid-May and conclude in mid-October.

The following city streets will be milled and overlaid this summer:

Street

From

To

Charlton St.

Marie Ave.

Annapolis St.

Rehnberg Pl.

Oakdale Ave.

Christensen Ave.

Felix St.

Emerson Ave.

Christensen Ave.

Christensen Ave.

Emerson Ave.

Rehnberg Pl.

While a mill & overlay is a much less intrusive pavement rehabilitation option, residents should still expect construction delays in the project locations.