Waite Park Neighborhood Concrete Street Rehabilitation


Project Status

CIP Status Stage 4: Construction

Project Details

Project Type:
Concrete Street Rehabilitation

Project Location:
Waite Park neighborhood

Construction Start Date:
Utility work in Spring 2017
Reconstruction work in Summer 2017

Traffic Impact:
Short term detours

Public Meetings:

Pre-Public Meeting
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Waite Park Recreation Center
1810 34th Avenue Northeast

Formal Public Hearing:
9:30 a.m., Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Council Chambers, City Hall
350 South 5th Street, 3rd Floor

Project Maps

Waite Park Staging Areas Map

2017 Project Area Map

Overall Project Area Map


November 3, 2017 Update

October 27, 2017 Update

October 20, 2017 Update

October 13, 2017 Update

October 6, 2017 Update

September 29, 2017 Update

September 22, 2017 Update

September 15, 2017 Update

September 8, 2017 Update

September 1, 2017 Update

August 25, 2017 Update

August 18, 2017 Update

August 11, 2017 Update

January 18, 2017: 33rd Avenue Northeast has been removed from the current program.

January 12, 2017: There will be some CenterPoint Energy Upgrades concurrent with this project.


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Nicole Schmidt, Project Information Contact, [email protected] or 612-430-2805

Brad Fisher, Project Representative, [email protected] or 612-759-7240

Ole Mersinger, Engineer, [email protected] or 612-673-3537



The purpose of the Concrete Streets Rehabilitation Program is to extend the life of some concrete city streets. This program is similar to the Asphalt Pavement Resurfacing Program with the objective to improve and maintain the roadway infrastructure. The goal is to target concrete streets that with proper concrete repair will extend the street’s life to improve ride quality and support neighborhood livability.

Concrete streets generally deteriorate over time as water and salt enter joints and cracks. Poor drainage, underlying soil condition, and higher traffic volumes can accelerate the deterioration. The repair of concrete primarily consists of saw cutting, removing and replacing concrete joints that have deteriorated and other pavement distresses. Other repair techniques include removal and replacement of concrete panels if it is determined the condition of the concrete does not warrant salvaging the panel pavement. Other improvements within the project limits include upgrades to select pedestrian ramps, replacement of select curb and gutter, and a diamond grind resurfacing of the street pavement. For this project, it is anticipated that less than 25% of the pavement will be replaced.


The proposed project is part of the Concrete Streets Rehabilitation Program. The concrete streets included in the 2017 program are located within the Waite Park Neighborhood. These concrete streets were constructed in 1967 and 1968 and are good candidates for concrete repair and resurfacing. Concurrent with the street work, utility improvements will be completed associated with gas, water and sewer.

For More Information

See this video for a deeper look into what concrete rehabilitation involves.

Last updated Dec 13, 2017



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