City of Randolph Sanitary Sewer Project

Project Overview

What is the Sanitary Sewer Project?

At the November 19, 2020 Special Council Meeting, the City Council voted to accept the $13 million bond from the State of Minnesota for construction of a city sanitary sewer system and authorized Bolton & Menk to begin preliminary engineering. This project consists of installing sanitary sewer main under the street, replacing the street above the new sanitary sewer, extending sanitary sewer services to the right-of-way, and construction of sanitary holding ponds. Through the next few months the City will be gathering information on the project area for future decision making.

Project Update

May 24, 2024:


The watermain shutdown is complete. Thank you for your patience while this work was completed!

Construction Work Next Week

  • Storm Sewer installation on Stage I (Dixie Ave between CSAH 88 & Doyle Trail).
    • The trenchless storm sewer crossing under the railroad will occur in mid-June.
  • Sanitary Sewer Construction on Stage A will continue.

Upcoming Construction Work

  • Removals on Stage B (CSAH 88 between Dawson Ave and Danel Ave) will begin June 3.
    • Be on the look out for sanitary sewer service locations to be staked on Stage B.
  • Intersection at CSAH 88 and Dickman Ave will close for one day to install sewer through the intersection. During that time traffic will enter the downtown area from TH 56.

 News & Notes

  • In response to the high volume of traffic cutting through the road closure, residents may see law enforcement onsite. Driving through a road closure or moving construction barricades is not only unsafe, but also illegal.
  • The staging plan has changed from last year. The updated staging plan has been included in the newsletter and can be found at the link below.
  • Downtown Businesses are still Open during construction. Here’s how to best access them.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

Project Scope & Staging