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2024 Street Improvements

Project Updates

Country Drive

Work Completed This Week:
  • Concrete curb and driveway removals
  • New concrete curb and driveways
  • Temporary driveway access ramps
  • Street sweeping
  • Erosion control measures
Anticipated Work Next Week:
  • New concrete curb and driveways
  • Street patching
  • Spot street testing
  • Street sweeping
  • Potential ditch grading, weather permitting

Note: Prior to sod placement, residents with irrigation lines, sprinkler heads, or pet fences are asked to reset and repair any lines that were exposed as a result of the street construction. Any repairs to unmarked irrigation systems or pet fences are the responsibility of the homeowner.

Jackson Street

Work Completed This Week:
  • No work completed this week
Anticipated Work Next Week:
  • No work anticipated for next week

Note:  Prior to sod placement, residents with irrigation lines, sprinkler heads, or pet fences are asked to reset and repair any lines that were exposed as a result of the street construction. Any repairs to unmarked irrigation systems or pet fences are the responsibility of the homeowner.

 

Trails

Work Completed This Week:
  • Asphalt removals on both portions of Thunder Bay Trail
  • Trail grading
Anticipated Work Next Week:
  • Asphalt removals of Pioneer Park Trail
  • Trail grading

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Contact

Alec Rynda, Project Inspector
Cell: 612-468-9572
Email: Alec.Rynda@bolton-menk.com


Eric Seaburg, City Engineer
Cell: 763-732-8751
Email: Eric.Seaburg@bolton-menk.com


Bill Dircks, Public Works Director
Cell: 651-775-7525
Email: bill.dircks@littlecanadamn.org

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Project Overview

The City of Little Canada utilizes a Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) to schedule public infrastructure improvements over a ten-year period. City Staff and the City Council review and update the Capital Improvement Plan each year during the budgeting process. All street improvement projects will be funded by a combination of special assessments and the City’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement Fund. More about funding below.

Improvements in 2024 will take place along portions of:

Country Drive (South Owasso Blvd to Railroad Tracks)

  • Roadway rehabilitation (mill and overlay, seal coating)
  • Minor underground utility adjustments

Jackson Street (South of Little Canada Road)

  • Full road reconstruction
  • New curb and gutter
  • Underground utility adjustments

Residents will be notified of any detours, parking restrictions, utility disturbances or any other impacts the improvements may cause. Sign-up for project updates to receive the latest project information.

As mentioned above, funding for this project is a combination of special assessments and the City’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement Fund. A special assessment is a fee or charge that is levied to a benefiting property to help fund the project. Through special assessments consistent with City policy, property owners will all share in the costs to rehabilitate the roadway. Estimated project costs and detailed information about special assessments will be shared at the September open house. Click here to review the City’s Capital Improvement Plan.

Project Documents

Upcoming Event:

Open House: September 26

City Hall Council Chambers

(515 Little Canada Road)

4:30 p.m. Country Drive Improvements

5:30 p.m. Jackson Street Improvements