Hwy 210 in Jay Cooke State Park, from the park headquarters to the eastern park entrance, is closed due to significant damage from severe flooding that occurred in June 2012.
MnDOT and the Arrowhead Regional Development Commission are currently investigating options for how, where and if, to reconstruct Hwy 210 in this damaged area.
Other areas damaged during the flood have been repaired, however this section has historically been a section that is highly-prone to hillside slumping and erosion, which causes the highway to be undermined.
The ARDC is facilitating a series of public meetings to help develop a framework that will guide MnDOT's future investment on this section of Hwy 210.
Photo by Jim Sorenson, MnDOT construction supervisor
To be announced soon
August 22, 2013
Click here to view responses from the first public input session