25th St E Resurfacing
This is a paving resurfacing project. Resurfacing projects use a mill and overlay process. This process will consist of removing a portion of the existing asphalt pavement surface and placing a new surface over the entire street. The purpose of the resurfacing program is to extend the life of a roadway by approximately 10 years. Without this program, streets in the in the program would not see surface improvements for many years.
The 25th St E resurfacing project is located in south Minneapolis on 25th St E between 36th Ave S and W River Parkway. This street was originally paved in 1941.
Construction Start Date:
Resurfacing is scheduled to begin tentatively in mid-July.
Length of Construction:
Construction will probably take 2-3 days.
The work will be performed during full or partial road closures. Please note that street parking will be impacted and short term intermittent access restrictions may occur. When construction work will be done on a particular street in the project area, the street will be posted NO PARKING prior to work on that particular street.
Prepayment is made to the Minneapolis Finance Department. Pay statements are sent only by request and the taxpayer is solely responsible for obtaining said statement. Full prepayments may be accepted only through December 31st, 2013 without interest. Partial prepayments are not provided for. No further notice of prepayment will be published. Persons who wish to prepay the entire assessment lump sum without interest charges may do so by contacting the Minneapolis City Engineer's Special Assessment Office, 309 2nd Ave S, Room 209, Minneapolis, MN 55401-2268, or telephone (612)673-2401.
Contact: Chris Trembath 612-919-1196
Pre-Public Hearing: 6:30 PM, Tuesday, May 7, Matthews Recreation Center, 2313 28th Ave S
Formal Public Hearing: 9:45 AM, Tuesday, May 14, Council Chambers, City Hall, 350 South 5th St, 3rd Floor
This project is complete. Crack sealing will take place in 2014.
(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 Apr 2, 2014