Main Street (CSAH 14) between Opal Street and 4th Avenue Rehabilitation Project

CSAH 14 (Main Street) serves as a critical east-west arterial throughway, connecting locations within Anoka County from Highway 10 in the West to Interstate 35 in the East and cities beyond.

In 2017, Anoka County applied for Federal funding for the section of CSAH 14 (Main Street) between Opal Street and 4th Avenue, in the Cities of Blaine and Lino Lakes. Surfacing improvements to this section of Main Street are geared towards improving the safe and efficient movement for vehicles traveling East and West across Anoka County from Highway 10 to I-35W.  

Project Background / Description 
CSAH 14 (Main Street) is an east/west two-lane undivided rural roadway.  Main Street is a 55 mph zone, and has a road classification of Principle Arterial. Project will reclaim (grind up) and overlay the existing pavement. No new lanes or widening will be included with this project.

This segment of Main Street currently averages approximately 11,600 vehicles per day and provides a critical connection route across Anoka County.  

Below is an overview of the project schedule, identifying key milestones in the process:

Current Layout (PDF)

Project Contacts
If you have any questions about the proposed project, or would like to comment on any aspect of the project, please contact either of the representatives below:

Jeff Foster, Design Technician IV
763-324-3126; Email Jeff Foster 

Jason Orcutt, Design Engineering Supervisor
763-324-3115; Email Jason Orcutt