Minneapolis Department of Public Works

Public Works

350 South 5th Street
RM 203 City Hall
Minneapolis, MN  55415-1390

15th 16th 4th location map

15th Ave S, 16th Ave S & 4th St S Reconstruction

Project Type:
The project consists of full reconstruction of the streets.  This consists of full removal of existing street surface, subgrade correction, aggregate base, paving, curb and gutter, signage and drive entrance reconstruction.  Sidewalks, streetscape elements, and utility work will be completed as needed.

Project Limits:
15th Ave S between 6th St S and 4th St S from 15th Ave S to Cedar Ave and 16th Ave S from 6th St S to cul-de-sac.

Construction Start Date:
Currently planned for the 2014 construction season.

Duration of Construction:
The project is anticipated to be completed in one construction season.

Traffic Impact:
Traffic impact is unknown at this time.  Short term disruptions and closures during construction should be expected.

Layouts, Detours & Images:
Preliminary Layout 1
Preliminary Layout 2
Preliminary Layout 3 - Council Approved 4-24-13

Contact:  Project Engineer:  Chris Engelman  612-673-3274
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Project Updates:
The City of Minneapolis Department of Public Works will be holding an informational meeting to present the City preferred project layout.  The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 8th , 2013, at the Brian Coyle Center.  A short presentation will start at 5:30PM followed by an open forum for questions. 

Brian Coyle Center

420 15th Ave S.

Minneapolis, MN 55454

 

This layout is based on the input provided by multiple stakeholders during the previous six months and review by City staff and the CM Offices.  The project is currently in the preliminary design phase; upon completing the layout, the project will move into the design phase.  This meeting will also provide information regarding the general project scope and the basic project layout.  If you have comments/questions/access concerns please contact the project engineer. 

(Note: Project information may change due to scheduling, weather, or other factors outside of our control. Listings will be updated as new information becomes available.)  Citizens concerned with pedestrian access during construction should contact the project manager directly.

Last updated Mar. 11, 2014