Construction Projects

Anoka County Road Construction Projects

Projects carried over from 2016

2017 Road Construction Projects

2017 Anoka County Overlay Projects

Over the course of the 2017 construction season, Anoka County will be overlaying several highways with new pavement. Before this occurs, crews will be doing pre-construction work, such as tree clearing and grubbing.

Download the 2017 Rehabilitation Program Brochure.

Current Construction & Detours Map

Symbol for Flagman Ahead View the Construction and Detours Map to access this interactive tool and find information about road construction projects, roadway and intersection closures, detour maps, road maintenance, and more.

Roadwork Projects in Anoka County by Other Agencies


The contractor that will do the work was selected and the project is expected to take about two months. This shortens the time that University will need to be closed from Lowry to 44th Avenue in Columbia Heights from 3.5 months and reduces each individual closure to about two weeks each, weather permitting.

Here is the link to the web page:

The project is scheduled to start in late April and scheduled to end in early July. 

A nearby project replacing signals and sidewalk ramps on five intersections of University Avenue and Central Avenue will not start until the University Avenue resurfacing is done. 

More info here:



Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT)

Link to all MnDOT Projects

University Avenue Resurfacing, Minneapolis to Columbia Heights

Highway 47, known as University Avenue, is getting concrete improvements in 2018.  The repairs will run from 27th Avenue in Minneapolis to 40th Avenue in Columbia Heights.

For information on the University Avenue, Minneapolis to Columbia Heights project, click here.

To find out more information about the entire project, go to:


I-94/Brooklyn Center

MnDOT has a major project upcoming on Interstate 94 between downtown Minneapolis and Brooklyn Center. Although the project is not geographically in Anoka County, it will impact those who use I-94 on their commutes between downtown Minneapolis and Anoka County.   Therefore, MnDOT is reaching out to neighboring communities to keep them informed as well.

To find out more information about the project, go to





MNDOT Traffic & Road Condition Information

Use caution and drive safely. If possible, use alternate routes. Remember as you travel through a work zone to reduce your speed, adjust your lane position away from workers, and prepare for the unexpected. Allow extra time for your trip and if possible, use an alternate route. Projects may cause some inconvenience, but the benefits will be a safer and more efficient roadway system. Watch for road signs and articles in local newspapers to keep you informed. Your patience and cooperation is sincerely appreciated.