Minnesota Department of Transportation

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Hwy 169 - Hwy 22 - Hwy 99 Intersections

St. Peter

Public meetings

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Past meetings

In-person open house

St. Peter Community Center
600 S. 5th Street, St. Peter
Monday, April 11, 2022
5 - 6:30 p.m.

MnDOT hosted a public open house for the Hwy 169/Hwy 22/Hwy 99 project in St. Peter. In addition to sharing details about the project and detour route, staff was available to answer questions. Following the open house, there was a public hearing during the St. Peter City Council meeting at 7 p.m., where council passed a resolution of the project layout, which includes the closure of Wabasha Street's access to Hwy 169.

Online public meeting

Thursday, April 9, 2020
5 p.m.
Recording with transcript

Following guidance from state health officials and Governor Walz’s Stay at Home Executive Order, the previously scheduled in-person open house was conducted online. The public participated in an online meeting on Thursday, April 9, at 5 p.m.

MnDOT staff gave a presentation to explain the different concepts being considered for the Hwy 169/Hwy 22 and Hwy 169/Hwy 99 intersections. Attendees were able to type questions in the live chat or unmute and ask questions for staff to answer at the end of the presentation.

St. Peter City Council Meeting - Workshop

St. Peter Community Center
600 S. 5th Street, St. Peter
Monday, February 3, 2020
5:30 p.m.

MnDOT presented concepts for the Hwy 169/Hwy 22/Hwy 99 intersections for City Council members to review. MnDOT explained each concept in detail, as well as provided pros/cons of each in relation to what council previously identified as community priorities (evaluation criteria) at the January 21 workshop. City council and community feedback on the concepts are valuable to MnDOT as they make a final decision on the design of the project.

St. Peter City Council Meeting - Workshop

St. Peter Community Center
600 S. 5th Street, St. Peter
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
5:30 p.m.

MnDOT provided an overview of the project to City Council members, present traffic and crash data, and conduct a work session to identify issues and priorities for the corridor.