This proposed project is planned to be constructed in 2020. The portion of Lake Lucy Road scheduled for rehabilitation is between State Highway 41 (Hazeltine Boulevard) and County Road 117 (Galpin Boulevard). The road, originally constructed between 1994 and 1998, is designated as a Municipal State Aid Street – thus the plans will need to meet State Aid Standards in addition to being reviewed and approved by the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s State Aid Division. The project will primarily be funded by the city’s State Aid funds, assessments, and utility funds.
The project is anticipated to include a mill and overlay surface improvement of the bituminous street, a full depth reclamation of the adjacent trail, spot curb and gutter replacement, ADA pedestrian ramps, miscellaneous utility improvements as necessary (e.g. spot repairs of storm, sanitary, and water utilities).
In light of recent state funding losses stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and out of concern for the potential negative economic impact assessments might have on some Chanhassen residents, the City Council voted Monday night to postpone planned road construction projects for 2021 and beyond and reassess at a later time.
|Neighborhood Open House||January 28, 2020|
|Accept Feasibility Report/Call Public Hearing||March 2020|
|Public Hearing||April 27, 2020|
|Approve Plans & Specifications/Authorize Bidding||April 2020|
|Bid Openings||June 17, 2020|
|Public Informational Open House||July 8, 2020|
|Assessment Hearing/Award Contract||July 13, 2020|
|Start Construction||Project Postponed|
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