2024 Projects

The City's 2024 street reconstruction projects are underway! At its Aug. 15, 2023 meeting, the City Council approved a proposed plan to reconstruct approximately 2.8 miles of local streets.  Pavement Image Opens in new window

If you have questions about street reconstruction in the City or would like additional information, contact Engineering at 763-767-6479 or engineering@coonrapidsmn.gov.

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The City values your input when planning the details of our street reconstruction plan, please take our online survey to provide helpful information.

Project 24-1

A combined approximate total of 2.8 miles of residential streets. View map of project locations.

In the Woodcrest neighborhood, 2.5 miles will be reconstructed between Kumquat Street and Quince Street from 99th Avenue north to and including 101st Avenue.  A new sidewalk will also be constructed on the north side of 99th Avenue from Coon Rapids Boulevard Extension to Woodcrest Drive.

By the Post Office, .2 miles will be reconstructed on Goldenrod Street up to and including 102nd Lane and 102nd Avenue.  The sidewalk on 102nd Avenue will be extended to Foley Boulevard.

90th Avenue east from East River Road and including Norway Street for .13 miles

Open House Information

Engineering staff will host two public open houses to present project information and answer questions residents and property owners may have. 

The first open house was held on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2023, in Civic Rooms A & B at the Coon Rapids Civic Center, 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, MN 55433.  

A second open house will take place on Jan. 24, 2024 in Civic Rooms A & B at the Coon Rapids Civic Center, 11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, MN 55433. The open house will be held from 5-7 p.m. with a short presentation at 6 p.m.  

A neighborhood open house meeting will be held in late April or early May as an opportunity for residents to ask questions and meet City and Contractor project staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

You have many questions and we have answers! Please view our Frequently Asked Questions (PDF).

Reconstruction Costs

The majority of project costs will be paid for by the City, with a portion proposed to be assessed to the benefiting properties. Public and assessment hearings are scheduled to be conducted on Feb. 20, 2024 at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

Information on Special Assessments

For more information on special assessments, visit the Assessing page.

To look up your assessment amount or make an online payment (both available after the May 7, 2024 adoption date), click here.

Watch Videos to Learn More

What will it look like when your street is under construction? Watch our helpful videos to understand in detail.

View the Project Map

Click here to see 2024 street reconstruction locations.