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Project Schedule

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Project Schedule (2019)

June 25 – Neighborhood Meeting 1

  • Introduce project to neighborhood, discuss improvements, collect input

August 5 – Neighborhood Meeting 2

  • Recap proposed improvements, additional detail, collect input

August 20 – City Council Meeting

  • Council calls for the public hearing

September 11 – Neighborhood Meeting 3

  • 3rd public review of proposed improvements, review preliminary assessments, collect input

September 17 – City Council Meeting

  • Council conducts public hearing on improvements
  • Council considers ordering plans

 

Project Schedule (2020)

January 7 – City Council Meeting

  • Approve plans, authorize bidding

February 7 – Open Bids

February 18 – City Council Meeting

  • Council orders public hearing on assessments

March 12 – Neighborhood Meeting 4

  • Review final assessments, final plans, collect input

March 16 – City Council Meeting

  • Conduct public hearing on assessments
  • Consider adopting assessments, awarding contract

April 2020 to November 2021 – Construction

  • Phased construction process over 2 summers

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Contacts

Project Help Line
612-619-7772


Nick Amatuccio, PE
Project Engineer
612-965-3926
nickam@bolton-menk.com


Josh Hrabe
Construction Observer
612-965-2473
joshhr@bolton-menk.com


City of Hopkins

Eric Klingbeil, PE
Assistant City Engineer
952-548-6357
eklingbeil@hopkinsmn.com


What to Expect During Construction

If you have questions or are curious on the construction process for your street, the link to the video below might be able to help! This video goes over the general process of a typical residential reconstruction project with the replacement of streets and utilities.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyFh4_3VpGY&feature=youtu.be