June 6, 2022 - June 10, 2022
City of Nowthen
CSAH 24 (Norris Lake Road NW)
Closed through June 30, 2022
City of Coon Rapids
TH 610 Westbound On Ramp
May 2, 2022 through July 17, 2022
City of Blaine
Eastbound CSAH 14 (125th Avenue NE) between Harpers Street and CSAH 17 (Lexington Avenue)
September 2, 2021 - Until Further Notice
City of St. Francis
Updated Notice of Bridge Restriction / Detour for Overweight Vehicles
Weight Limit 32 Tons per Vehicle
CSAH 28 (Ambassador Blvd NW)
at Bridge over Seelye Brook
2022 Culvert Pipe Replacement Program
|76||Fawn Lake Drive NE||East Bethel||500 feet West of Sunset Road NE|
|24||Norris Lake Road NW||Nowthen||1000 feet North of Pinnaker Road NW|
|32||Ash Street||Lino Lakes||200 feet East of Centerville Road|
|32||Ash Street||Lino Lakes||1100 feet West of Centerville Road|
|19||Potomac Street NE||Columbus||25 feet South of 151st Avenue|
|116||Bunker Lake Blvd NE||Ham Lake||250 feet West of Guadalcanal St NE |
|21||Centerville Road||Lino Lake||1300 feet South of Birch Street|
|64||181st Avenue NW||Nowthen||200 feet West of Xenolith Street|
|64||181st Avenue NW||Nowthen||1800 feet East of Rabbit St NW|
|63||Green Valley Road NW||Ramsey||1/4 Mile West of TH 47|
|21||Centerville Road||Lino Lakes||1500 feet North of Ash Street|
|18||Broadway Avenue||Columbus||50 feet West of Lyons Street|
|54||West Freeway Drive||Columbus||1300 feet North of 35W|
2022 Construction Projects
Four pedestrian ramp pairs, at the intersections of 109th Avenue (CSAH 12) with 6th Street, Terrace Road, Quincy Boulevard, and Buchanan Street, will be reconstructed in partnership with MnDOT. These projects will increase the walkability of the area, and also provide contracting opportunities to local small businesses for the construction. Each intersection will be redone individually as a small business contract. Construction is anticipated for Summer 2022.
CSAH 14 will be upgraded from a two-lane rural section to a four-lane divided urban section from Harpers Street to CSAH 17. The project will incorporate a multi-use bituminous trail within the corridor, along with a traffic control signal at the intersection of North Lake Boulevard and Legacy Creek Parkway.
Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Coon Rapids, is developing a preliminary layout for replacing and updating the existing signal system at CSAH 1 (Coon Rapids Boulevard) and Blackfoot Street. Construction is tentatively scheduled for 2022.
Foley Boulevard, from East River Road to Coon Rapids Boulevard, will be reconstructed to a four-lane divided highway over the BNSF railroad tracks. Additional pedestrian and traffic safety improvements will also be made during this construction.
Below is a time-lapse video of Foley Boulevard RR bridge project from July 1, 2021 - May 21, 2022.
Anoka County received a Local Road Improvement Program grant to fund a portion of the realignment and reconstruction of West Freeway Drive, north of CSAH 23 (Lake Drive), which is a City roadway under the jurisdiction of City of Columbus. In addition, the City of Columbus has received funding thru the State Park Road Account to fund road improvements for the access into onto the DNR’s Lamprey Pass Wildlife Management Area (LPWMA). Recent County and MnDOT geometric improvements on Lake Drive and TH 97 have changed the existing West Freeway Drive access to a right-in/right-out only.
2022 Overlay Program
Phase I (North) - starting May 2, 2022 through July 1, 2022
Baugh Street (CSAH 22) from 181st Avenue (CSAH 22) to Viking Boulevard (CSAH 22) – Overlay
Nightingale Street / 237th Avenue (CSAH 24) from 229th Avenue (CSAH 24) to University Avenue (CSAH 13) – Reclaim and Overlay
Viking Boulevard (CSAH 65) from Sherburne & Anoka County line to Baugh Street (CSAH 22) – Reclaim and Overlay
223rd Avenue (CR 70) from Jarvis Street (CR70) to Sugar Bush Street (CR70) – Reclaim and Overlay
221st Avenue (CR74) from Cedar Drive (CSAH 13) to TH 65 - Reclaim and Overlay
Fawn Lake Drive (CR76) from Fawn Lake Drive / Naples Street (CSAH 24) to Typo Creek Drive (CSAH 85) - Reclaim and Overlay
2022 MnDOT Projects in Anoka County
The US Highway 10/169 Improvement Project will include reconstruction of three intersections (Thurston Avenue, Fairoak Avenue, and Main Street), pedestrian walkway improvements and frontage road improvements. The improvements would reduce congestion, increase safety, and provide a more reliable route through the area. Construction is scheduled for 2022-2023.