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Minneapolis, MN  55415-1390

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Current Projects

Public Works will be reconstructing, resurfacing, adding pedestrian and bike improvements, and more to the streets of Minneapolis this year. See more information about the projects being done this year below.

2020 Projects


Downtown Construction

The Downtown Construction - Framework for the Future project page features overview information on the following projects:

Street Paving

Resurfacing Program

These project areas are part of the Street Resurfacing program.

Residential Reconstruction Program

These project areas are part of the Residential Reconstruction program.

Concrete Rehabilitation Program

This project area is part of the Concrete Rehabilitation program.

Bike & Pedestrian Improvements

Sanitary Sewer Improvements

Storm Sewer Improvements 

Traffic Improvements

Water Improvements

Vision Zero

About CIP Projects

Capital Improvement Projects are projects funded by the City of Minneapolis that maintain and improve city infrastructure, primarily to street paving and resurfacing, sidewalk, bridge, traffic control & street lighting improvements, bikeway & pedestrian walkway improvements, sewers & water infrastructure, and more. CIP projects are reviewed and approved annually by the mayor and City Council.

Last updated Sep 23, 2020



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