Public invited to participate in Virtual Open House to learn about, provide ideas for Highway 65 study in Spring Lake Park, Blaine and Ham Lake
ROSEVILLE, Minn. – Although the Highway 65 safety and mobility study open house is over, those who could not attend are invited to participate in a virtual open house. MnDOT is encouraging residents, commuters and members of the business community to help identify solutions to address congestion, access, mobility and safety on Highway 65 between Bunker Lake Boulevard in Ham Lake and County Road 10/Mounds View Boulevard in Spring Lake. The virtual open house is available online now through Friday, March 29.
Community participation is a critical part of the Highway 65 Safety and Mobility Study. MnDOT is currently gathering information about how the corridor is used and is working to engage everyone along the corridor. Public input will help to identify transportation issues and priorities for the Highway 65 study area.
For more information about the study or to sign up for email updates, please visit the Highway 65 Corridor study website at mndot.gov/metro/projects/hwy65hamlake-slp.
Real-time travel information anywhere in Minnesota is available at 511mn.org or call 5-1-1.