Residential Reconstruction Program

The Residential Neighborhood Reconstruction Program will reconstruct residential street segments in various locations across the city. Projects involve the entire right-of-way and will include new ADA pedestrian ramps, pavement, curb, gutter and utility improvements. Projects may also include new signage, pavement markings and bicycle facilities as needed.

See more information about program locations below.

Residential Reconstruction Map

 

Project Locations

Hoyer Heights (Waite Park)

Hoyer Heights Project Area Webmap 5-22-18

Project Status

Project Status: Design

 Project Background

Public Works has identified street segments in the Waite Park Neighborhood as the 2019 Residential Reconstruction Program project.  The objective of this annual program is to reconstruct residential street segments in various locations across the City that are in poor condition and no longer candidates for resurfacing or rehabilitation. The reconstruction will occur after completion of the sanitary sewer project and gas main replacement project in the same area.

Project Scope

The City of Minneapolis proposes to reconstruct the following street segments:

  • 36 ½ Ave NE - 37th Ave NE to Buchanan St NE
  • Fillmore St NE – 37th Ave to 36 ½ Ave NE
  • Pierce St NE– 37th Ave to 36 ½ Ave NE
  • Pierce Place NE– 37th Ave to 36 ½ Ave NE
  • Buchanan St NE– 37th Ave to railroad crossing
  • Lincoln St NE– 37th Ave to railroad crossing

The proposed 0.66 mile project is scheduled to occur over the course of the 2019 construction season. The scope of the project will encompass the entire right-of-way and will include full removal of the existing street, subgrade correction, new pavement, curb and gutter, driveways, sidewalks as needed, utility work as needed, and signage.
City staff is currently in the preliminary stages of planning and design for the project, which will be accompanied by community outreach activities that will help inform and guide design concepts.  Public Works relies on planning guidance and community input to inform the design of streets.

Project Schedule and Public Input

Public Works intends to advance a layout of these streets for City Council approval by Fall of 2018. Public Works will be engaging stakeholders in the spring and summer of 2018 to understand what design elements are important to consider in the Waite Park Neighborhood. There may be opportunities to explore unique features and interests specific to the neighborhood as part of this project.

Hoyer Heights Open House #1
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 from 6:30-8:00pm
Waite Park Recreation Center
1810 34th Ave NE, Minneapolis
Meeting Summary
Exhibit Boards

Hoyer Heights Open House #2
Thursday, October 4th, 2018 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Waite Park Recreation Center
1810 34th Ave NE, Minneapolis
Meeting Summary
Exhibit Boards

Hoyer Heights Open House #3
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Waite Park Recreation Center
1810 34th Ave NE, Minneapolis
Meeting Flyer
Meeting Summary
Meeting Materials

Public Works staff will attend the meeting to share information about the project and answer questions.

Project Contacts

Jeremy Strehlo, Professional Engineer, Minneapolis Public Works, 612-673-3973, [email protected]

Southwest Windom

SW Windom Reconstruction Area Webmap

Project Status

 CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

Project Background 

 

Public Works has identified street segments in the Windom Neighborhood as the 2020 Residential Reconstruction Program project.  The objective of this annual program is to reconstruct residential street segments in various locations across the City that are in poor condition and no longer candidates for resurfacing or rehabilitation.

 

See project details for the Southwest Windom project in the Project Handout

Project Scope

The City of Minneapolis proposes to reconstruct the following street segments:

  • West 61st Street – east to Lyndale Avenue South
  • West 62nd Street – east to Aldrich Avenue South
  • Dupont Avenue South – between West 61st Street and West 62nd Street
  • Colfax Lane South – between West 61st Street and Aldrich Avenue South
  • Aldrich Avenue South – between Colfax Lane South and West 62nd Street

The proposed .86 mile long project is scheduled to occur over the course of the 2020 construction season. The scope of the project will encompass the entire right-of-way and will include full removal of the existing street, subgrade correction, new pavement, curb and gutter, driveways, sidewalks as needed, utility work as needed, and signage.  The project will also include streetscape improvements including trees planted in the boulevard.

City staff is currently in the preliminary stages of planning and design for the project, which will be accompanied by community outreach activities that will help inform and guide design concepts.  Public Works relies on planning guidance and community input to inform the design of streets.

Project Schedule and Public Input

Public Works intends to advance a layout of these streets for City Council approval by early to mid-2019. Public Works will be engaging stakeholders beginning in the summer of 2018 to understand what design elements are important to consider in the Windom Neighborhood. There may be opportunities to explore unique features and interests specific to the neighborhood as part of this project.

SW Windom Timeline Graphic
 

Project Meetings

Community Open House #1
June 7, 2018, 6:30 p.m.
Multi-Purpose Room, Windom Community Center
5843 Wentworth Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55419

Meeting Presentation
Existing Conditions Layout

Community Open House #2
May 1, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
Multi-Purpose Room, Windom Community Center
5843 Wentworth Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55419

Project Documents

Existing Conditions Layout
Proposed Design (Option 1 and 2) Layouts
Community Meeting Boards

Project Updates

May 23, 2018: The timeline for this project has changed from reconstruction in 2019 to reconstruction in 2020.

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Project Contacts

Becca Hughes, Transportation Planner, Minneapolis Public Works, [email protected] or 612-673-3594

Beverly Warmka, Project Engineer, Minneapolis Public Works, [email protected] or 612-673-3762

Alebel Mehari, Project Engineer, Minneapolis Public Works, [email protected] or 612-673-3602

Southwest Harriet

 PV131 SW Harriet Webmap

CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

Seward Area

PV131 Seward webmap

 CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

East Warrington & Wenonah Areas

PV131 E Warrington & Wenonah webmap

Project Status

 CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

Luella A Anderson Area

PV131 Luella A Anderson webmap

 Project Status

 CIP Status Stage 1: Planning

Program Contact

Liz Heyman, 612 673-2460 or [email protected]  

 

Last updated May 22, 2019

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