2016 Street Improvement Project - Minnewashta Manor Area


The City is considering a street improvement project in the Minnewashta Manor neighborhood in the summer of 2017. The streets are proposed to be reconstructed to the existing width and concrete curb and gutter is proposed to be installed. The water main under the street and the water services from the water main to the property line are proposed to be replaced. Some sanitary sewer repairs are also proposed within the reconstruction area. Stormwater management improvements are also being considered.
Bids were received and opened on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. Acceptance of bids and award of contract is scheduled for Monday, January 23, 2017 at which time the Bid Alternate will be approved.

Project Updates

June 27, 2017 - Saturday, July 1, 2017 - 

Water main removal, completion of sanitary sewer repairs, and installation of water services on Sandpiper Trail from Orchard Lane to Tanagers Point will be taking place. Crews will be on-site Saturday, July 1 from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There will be no construction activity on Sunday, Monday or Tuesday the week of the 4th. Following the 4th through the week of July 10, storm sewer work will be taking place from from Orchard Lane to Piper Ridge on Sandpiper Trail.

June 19, 2017


- Water main work will be taking place this week as will tree removals in Phase 2. Residents are now on temporary water and should let Steve Ferraro know if they require a wye fitting on their outside spigot in order to use a hose.

Revised Schedule

Project Phase
Bid Opening
January, 2017
City Council Holds Assessment Hearing; Accept Bids and 
Award Contract
January 23, 2017
Start Construction June, 2017
Substantial Completion
September, 2017


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Contact Jean at 952-227-1162 or by email for assistance.