Intersection of Main Street and Hwy 75 open in Hendrum
Motorists on Highway 75 continue to use detour
BEMIDJI, Minn. – Local traffic will once again have access at the intersection of Highway 75 and Main Street in Hendrum beginning Thursday, Sept. 5 at noon. Crews continue to install storm sewer on Highway 75.
Access to local businesses and residents will be maintained throughout the project. The overall detour for motorists traveling Highway 75 is:
- Halstad- County Roads 10, 19 and 21
- Hendrum- County Roads 4, 25, 39
You can learn more about the project activities and timelines by attending the upcoming public meetings, which take place on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.
- Hendrum- (Sept. 17) at the Civic Center/Fire Hall, 308 Main Street East
- Halstad- (Sept. 10 and 24) at the Legion Recreation Center, 580 Second Avenue West
The Highway 75 projects in Halstad and Hendrum also feature:
- Highway grade raise
- Concrete resurfacing
- Construction of turn lanes
- Installation of highway lighting
- Sidewalk replacement
- Pedestrian accessibility improvements
- Culvert replacement
- Storm sewer, curb and gutter upgrades
Spruce Valley Corporation is the contractor for the $8 million project. It is expected to last through November, weather permitting. Visit the website for additional details and detour maps at mndot.gov/d2/projects/2019/hwy75-hendrum-halstad.
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