2022 Projects

Planning for 2022 street reconstruction projects is underway! At its August 17, 2021 meeting, the City Council approved a proposed plan to reconstruct approximately 7.8 miles of local streets. A map showing the project locations is available below.

Project 22-1

Approximately 4.2 miles of residential streets north of 119th Avenue and east of Round Lake Boulevard including streets south of 119th Avenue south to 117th Avenue between Kerry Street and Jonquil Street; as well as the 117th Lane cul-de-sac east of Northdale Boulevard.

Project 22-2

Approximately 3.6 miles of residential streets north of 119th Avenue along Zea Street west of Round Lake Boulevard and south of Wedgewood Drive; Zea Street between 119th Avenue and Blackfoot Street; streets south of 119th Avenue and north of Coon Rapids Boulevard between Round Lake Boulevard and Silverod Street.

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. 

Open House Information

Engineering staff hosts two public open houses to present project information and answer questions residents and property owners may have. The first was held October 13, 2021, and the second is planned for January 26, 2022. Property owners within the project areas will receive a postcard with the following details:

JOIN US FOR AN INFORMATIONAL OPEN HOUSE
5 - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Civic Rooms A&B - Coon Rapids City Center*
11155 Robinson Drive, Coon Rapids, MN 55433

Engineering Staff will share a brief presentation at 6 p.m.
*Please enter the Civic Center at the south end of the building (doors facing 111th Avenue NW)


Frequently Asked Questions

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

Property Owner Survey

City staff would like to partner with the people who live and work in the affected areas by gathering information about City streets and boulevards prior to reconstruction. This information will be used during the planning and design process. After reviewing the list of frequently asked questions above, please take a few minutes to complete a brief survey about your property: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2022RoadConstruction

Reconstruction Costs

The majority of project costs will be paid for by the City, with a portion proposed to be assessed to benefiting properties. Public and assessment hearings were conducted Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 7 p.m. Affected property owners were notified by our Assessing Department via United States Postal Service mail.

Information on Special Assessments

For more information on special assessments, visit the Assessing page or to look up your assessment or make an online payment  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 on the following image to see the proposed 2022 street reconstruction locations:

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