Project Location

Multiple locations across south and southwest Minneapolis

Project Contact

Julia Roessler
Phone:
 612-230-6463
Emailjroessler@minneapolisparks.org

Language Resources

Correo Electrónicopreguntas@minneapolisparks.org

Emailsuaalo@minneapolisparks.org

Key Documents

East Minnehaha Parkway Closure [PDF]

Status

Current Phase: Construction
Construction: Summer 2016-2018

This project may require road closures.

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Timeline

Project Milestones

Fall 2016 

  • Construction begins on pump station replacements affecting parkland in or near Lyndale Farmstead, Phelps, Lynnhurst, Sibley and Powderhorn Parks, as well as Minnehaha Parkway near 52nd Street and Morgan Avenue and 54th Street and Upton Avenue

2017 

  • Construction wraps up and restoration work occurs. Work begins on pump station replacements affecting Minnehaha Parkway near 51st Street and James Avenue and near The Mall by the Midtown Greenway.

2018

  • A second phase of work (a single project in Southwest Minneapolis) will begin in late 2017 which will extend into early summer 2018.  

Get Involved

The City of Minneapolis is replacing numerous stormwater pump station across the city to help mitigate potential flooding and improve water quality. Some of the construction will affect parkland in locations across south and southwest Minneapolis. The project began in fall 2016 and will continue into 2017. A second phase of work (a single project in Southwest Minneapolis) will begin in late 2017 which will extend into early summer 2018.  

Upcoming Meetings

There are currently no meetings scheduled.

Background

The City of Minneapolis is replacing numerous stormwater pump station across the city to help mitigate potential flooding and improve water quality. Some of the construction will affect parkland in locations across south and southwest Minneapolis. The project began in fall 2016 and will continue into 2017. A second phase of work (a single project in Southwest Minneapolis) will begin in late 2017 which will extend into early summer 2018.