2017 Street Rehabilitation Program Project Established, Order for Feasibility Reports Approved
Feb 05, 2017 03:23PM
● By Wendy Erlien
Proposed 2017 street rehabilitation project. (graphics provided by city of Maple Grove)
As part of a five-year street rehabilitation program, the Maple Grove City Council approved a 2017 street rehabilitation program project and ordered feasibility reports at their Jan. 17 meeting.
The rehabilitation program consists of three proposed projects, according to documents provided at the Maple Grove City Council meeting, are as follows:
Stone Bridge Area Street Project
- Includes the area known as The Stone Bridge Creek neighborhoods
- Southeast community of Weaver Lake Road and Dunkirk Lane
- Proposed 213 single family lots assessed
Fish Lake West/Rolling Hills Area
- Area includes neighborhoods of Fish Lake West and Rolling Hills North
- Includes streets south of Bass Lake Road and east of Vicksburg Lane
- Proposed 274 single family lots assessed
Dunkirk Lane/Garland Lane/Community Center Street
- Area includes full reconstruction of Monticello Lane from 85th Avenue to 89th Avenue
- Milling, overlay, and drainage improvements for the areas of Dunkirk Lane from 82nd Avenue to 96th Avenue, Weaver Lake Drive from Troy Lane to Dunkirk Lane, 90th Place from Holly Lane to Dunkirk Lane, and Garland Lane from 90th Place to 93rd Place.
- Included resurfacing and partial reconstruction of Community Center parking lot
- Proposed 487 single family lots and 15 commercial properties.
Feb. 20 – Receive reports and establish hearing
March 6 - Public and assessment hearing, city council authorization for advertisement of bids, and approve plans.
April 24 – Receive bids
May 1 – Approve bids
(Editor's note: Graphics above provided by city of Maple Grove)