2016 Street Improvement Project - Minnewashta Manor Area


This project includes the reconstruction of Minnewashta Manor neighborhood in the summer of 2017. The streets will 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 will be replaced. Some sanitary sewer repairs will be completed within the reconstruction area. Stormwater management improvements will also be made.

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

July 11, 2018

Phases I & IIA
Crews will be working on landscaping this week. Sod repair will remain on hold until temperatures are consistently lower to ensure sod takes root and doesn’t burn out.

Washta Bay Road (Phase IIB)

This week, crews have been working on Washta Bay Road construction and will continue through next week along with concrete curb at the end of next week.

Backfilling behind the curb is scheduled for the week of July 23 followed by street paving the week of July 30.

June 28, 2018


Phases I & IIA

Landscaping and installation of trees begins this week.

Washta Bay Road (Phase IIB)
Storm sewer work continues and will be followed by road construction.

Project completion is anticipated for July, 2018.

Please Note: All schedules are weather permitting and may fluctuate in either direction of the anticipated dates.

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Project Notifications Disclaimer
Due to the variability of construction, updates typically do not include specific details such as day-to-day scheduled activity. The City's inspector or contractor will notify occupants directly if they will be impacted by a utility service shut down (example: water shutoff), or work (such as excavation or new curb) that will impede access to the property for a period of hours or days.