Resurfacing work on Arlington Avenue is scheduled August 10 to October 19. Portions of the road will be completely closed at times so that the project can be completed more quickly, in an effort to minimize inconvenience to the public. The project is partially funded by Transportation Sales Tax revenue.
The bridge on CSAH 4/Vermilion Trail crosses Water Hen Creek approximately 1 mile south of CSAH 16/Town Line Road. Detour signs will be posted, as the road will remain closed through early November.
A two-year project involving road re-surfacing and culvert replacements begins August 3. The work on CSAHs 23 and 24 stretches from Orr to Crane Lake. This year's portion of the project will last until late September.
Work begins Monday to repave 24 miles of Town Line Road (CSAH 15) from the Vermilion Trail to the border of Lake County. The $7.1 million project is being funded by the Transportation Sales Tax. Motorists should expect delays due to temporary lane closures throughout the project.
The Highland Street project in West Duluth, the final flood-related repair for St. Louis County Public Works, is now complete. It's taken three years, and $50 million to repair and rebuild 843 damage sites that affected 1,400 miles of County roads.
The two-year project to improve 11 miles of Vermilion Trail (CSAH 4) northeast of Island Lake is funded by - and accelerated because of - the Transportation Sales Tax.
With more than 100 road and bridge projects scheduled this year in St. Louis County, motorists are urged to pay attention when traveling in or near a construction zone.
Highway 16, also known as Townline Road running through Forbes; and Highway 25 near Cherry - totally nearly 21 miles of roadway, will be resurfaced this summer. Motorists are asked to use caution and watch for temporary lane closures.
A sign that we're working our way through spring toward summer. Weight restrictions on county roads are now lifted.
More than 420 miles of County roads and 47 bridges will be improved during 2015 and 2016 as part of this ambitious but necessary investment. The two-year plan will be the busiest ever for St. Louis County Public Works.