A concept plan for future development around the Foley Boulevard park and ride facility will be unveiled at an open house in the Coon Rapids City council chambers Tuesday, April 29, 4:30-6 p.m. There will be a presentation shortly after 4:30 p.m.
With funding on the line for the Riverdale Drive service road extension and the Armstrong Boulevard interchange, the Ramsey City Council March 25 signed off on a written agreement with the Minnesota Department of Transportation to phase in access closings on Highway 10 at Alpaca and Traprock streets.
Coon Rapids residents living in the area of the Round Lake Boulevard and Wedegwood Drive intersection want traffic signals installed there.
The Ramsey City Council Feb. 25 authorized the preparation of a feasibility report for the reconstruction of two streets within the Now and Then Estates neighborhood.
Public and assessment hearings on two more major residential street reconstruction projects planned for 2014 have been set for the Tuesday, April 1, at the Coon Rapids City Council meeting.
St. Francis City Councilmember Steve Kane Feb. 27 attended a League of Minnesota Cities event at the State Capitol to voice his support for legislation that he believes could save cities a lot of money on street repairs.
University Avenue will be brighter once a road reconstruction project is completed next year.
Round Lake Boulevard, from Main Street south to 115th Avenue, will be reconstructed in 2014.