269th Ave Reconstruction


The City of Zimmerman, in cooperation with Livonia Township, is proposing the improvement of 269th Avenue Northwest from County Road 45 to 136th Street NW, a distance of one mile. The roadway is under Livonia Township jurisdiction but has been maintained by the city for several years in accordance with the now-expired annexation agreement. The city has agreed to improve the roadway as part of its maintenance responsibilities.

The improvements would consist of the following:

  • Removal of existing pavement
  • Installation of 8-inch sanitary sewer main
    • Sewer would not be connected to city system until additional development on the south side of 269th occurs
  • Installation of 12-inch water main
  • Regrading of the roadway and drainage ditches
  • Construction of a 24-feet wide bituminous paved roadway with 6-feet wide aggregate shoulders
  • Replacement of mailbox posts with breakaway posts
  • Estimated construction cost is $2.1 million


Estimated Project Schedule

The estimated 2023 schedule for the project is as follows:

  • Bid Advertisement Period: January – February
  • Bid Opening: February 23rd
  • Bid Award: February 27th (contingent upon acceptable bids)
  • Commence Construction: Mid-May
  • Complete Construction: September 30, 2022

More detailed schedule information will be provided after a construction bid award and we have information from the successful contractor on their planned construction schedule.

Contact Information

Kevin Bittner, P.E. 
Bolton & Menk, Inc.
City Engineer
(763) 433-2851

Randy Piasecki
City Administrator
(763) 856-4666

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