Open house will highlight Hwy 10 corridor projects in Anoka, Ramsey
ROSEVILLE, Minn. – The Minnesota Department of Transportation, along with the city of Anoka and Anoka County, is hosting an open house to highlight several improvement projects planned for Highway 10 and surrounding highways in Anoka and Ramsey. The open house will take place 4-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18 at the Green Haven Golf Course and Banquet Center, 2800 Greenhaven Road in Anoka.
The highlighted projects include:
- Highway 47 and Anoka County Road 116/Bunker Lake Boulevard intersection improvements
- Highway 47/169 resurfacing
- Seventh Avenue reconstruction
- Highway 10 Rum River Bridge replacement and corridor improvements
- Fairoak Avenue/Thurston Avenue/West Main Street intersection construction
Attendees will be able to meet project representatives from MnDOT, Anoka County and the city of Anoka and review informational materials. There will be no formal presentation.
The open house also will provide information and gather public comments on the environmental assessment for proposed improvements to approximately 1.5 miles of Highway 10 between Anoka and Ramsey to just east of the Highway 10/169 interchange at Main Street and Greenhaven Road in Anoka. The EA/EAW outlines the project’s need, purpose and anticipated social, economic and environmental impacts. It also identifies mitigation measures to lessen the impacts of the project.
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