2020 Projects

Planning for 2020 street reconstruction projects is underway! At the September 3, 2019 City Council meeting, staff recommended two projects: 20-1 consists of approximately 2.6 miles of residential streets, and 20-2 includes approximately 2.1 miles of Municipal State Aid (MSA) streets and 0.2 miles of local streets. A third project, 20-3, will be performed jointly with the City of Blaine.

If you have questions about street reconstruction in the City or would like additional information, contact Engineering at 763-767-6479 or engineering@coonrapidsmn.gov.

2020 Street Reconstruction Open House Information

The first of two informational open houses was held on Thursday, October 10, 2019 at the Coon Rapids City Center, and the second was held Tuesday, January 28, 2020 in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Engineering staff answered questions, and provided an overview presentation of the proposed projects. Click here to view the presentation materials. 

Public and assessment hearings were held for projects 20-1 and 20-2 on February 18, 2020, and City Council ordered the projects. The hearings for project 20-3 is planned for April 7, 2020. Pending final approval and award of contracts by City Council (typically in May), neighborhood meetings will be scheduled in the spring as an opportunity for community members to ask questions and meet project representatives.

Reconstruction Costs

The majority of project costs will be paid for by the City, with a portion proposed to be assessed to benefiting properties. Public and assessment hearings will be conducted in February; affected property owners will be notified by our Assessing Department via United States Postal Service mail.

For more information on special assessments, visit the Assessing page.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have many questions and we have answers! Please view our Frequently Asked Questions (PDF).

Is your property in our proposed project area? Take our survey!

Engineering staff would like to partner with the people who live and work in the area by gathering preliminary information about City streets and boulevards - or, right-of-way - to implement during the planning and design process. Click here to access a brief survey about your property and adjacent roadway. You can provide helpful details about irrigation systems, invisible fencing, drainage concerns, etc.

Watch Videos to Learn More

What will it look like when your street is under construction? Watch our helpful videos to understand in detail.

View the Project Map

Click on the following image to see the proposed 2020 construction locations.