2021 Street Reconstruction Project 21-1 – 3.0 miles of local streets (from 127th Avenue north of 130th Lane between Shenandoah Boulevard and Hanson Boulevard plus Bluebird Circle north of 121st Avenue)
The Contractor for this project is New Look Construction. The Contractor’s main contact is Adam Pohlkamp at 320-980-3637. The City’s full-time project inspector is Zach Pfieffer, who can be contacted any time to respond to specific questions or concerns. Zach can be reached at 763-767-6431 (office) or 612-710-8243 (cell).
Work next week includes installation of new concrete curb and gutter in Area 2 (streets including 128th Avenue, Nightingale Street, Jay Street, and 129th Lane) beginning on July 6. This process will take place throughout the entire week. Residents will be required to park on the street for 5-7 days after the concrete is placed to allow the new curb to properly cure. Parking will be limited to one side of the street only during the concrete curing phase.
Work is tentatively planned to begin in Area 3 (streets including 127th Avenue, 127th Lane, 127th Circle, Nightingale Street Cul-de-sac, Killdeer Street, Ibis Street, the remaining section of 128th Avenue not included in Area 2, Grouse Street, and Bluebird Circle) during the week of July 12. Initial work will include water valve and hydrant replacements, which will require daytime water shutdowns. Water shut off notices will be provided to Area 3 property owners 24 hours in advance of the shutdown. Watch for door hanger notices distributed late the week of July 6.
ATTENTION RESIDENTS PLANNING ON FULL DRIVEWAY REPLACEMENTS:
If a portion of your driveway apron has been removed as part of the City’s construction project and you are planning to have your own contractor install a full new driveway, please email Zach Pfieffer at email@example.com with details (property address, timing of installation, etc.). The City will work with you to issue a credit for the work that would have been completed under our project and will direct the City’s Contractor to exclude your driveway apron from its restoration plans.