Engineering Projects

The Engineering Department has a variety of projects going on at any given point in time ranging from street reconstruction/rehabilitation, to water tower renovation, to sanitary sewer cleaning, televising, and lining, to stormwater management and water quality improvement.

Updates and information on current projects can be found in the list below.

For further information, the Engineering Department can be contacted at City Hall at 651-452-1850.

Street Projects

These projects typically consist of reconstruction, rehabilitation (overlays) and preventative maintenance. Street projects are planned and anticipated through the City Street Improvement Plan (SIP) . The SIP provides guidance and forecasting for future street reconstruction and rehabilitation projects. The SIP is updated annually every fall and was adopted by the Mendota Heights City Council on December 18, 2012. City Staff is working on production of a Trail Improvement and Maintenance Plan (TIMP).

          Kensington and Mendota Heights Road Construction Update 10/19/2017

Mendota Heights Road Street Improvements 

Kensington Project  Street Improvements

The assessment hearing has been set for Kensington and Mendota Heights Road on Monday, October 30, 2017,  at 7:00 PM - Mendota Heights Council Chambers, 1101 Victoria Curve, Mendota Heights

Tuesday (10/10)- Mendota Heights Road Trail Paving, raising iron Kensington. Exposed aggregate concrete driveways Claremont

 

Wednesday (10/11) - Raising iron Kensington, restoration Mendota Heights Road and Condon Court

 

Thursday (10/12) - Raising iron Kensington, restoration Mendota Heights Road and Condon Court

 

Friday (10/13) - Raising iron Kensington, restoration Mendota Heights Road, Condon Court, sod Kensington, prep driveways for asphalt 

Utility Projects

These projects typically consist of improvements to the sanitary sewer, water main and storm sewer systems.

Sanitary Sewer projects are planned and anticipated through the City Sanitary Sewer Improvement and Maintenance Plan (SSIMP) . The SSIMP was acknowledged by City Council on January 3, 2012. The SSIMP provides guidance and forecasting for future sanitary sewer preventative maintenance and rehabilitation projects. The SSIMP is updated annually every fall.

Water Resources Projects

These projects typically consist of improvements to lakes, wetlands, creeks and drainage areas throughout the city.

City Staff is working on production of a Stormwater Pond Maintenance Plan (SPMP).

Other Project Resources

Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT)
Dakota County Road Construction Projects
Lower Mississippi River Watershed Management Organization
Gun Club Lake Watershed Management Organization
Lower Minnesota River Watershed District
Dakota County Soil and Water Conservation District
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