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Minneapolis, MN  55415-1390

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Hiawatha Campus Expansion Project

The Hiawatha Campus expansion will allow the City to relocate and consolidate the Public Works Water Distribution Maintenance operation. The consolidation will make operations more efficient and improve service.

The City Council approved acquisition of the Roof Depot properties in the East Phillips neighborhood Feb. 22, 2016. The Council also directed staff to redevelop the site following the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold level of quality.

On June 19, 2015, the Council authorized City staff to negotiate with the owner of the Roof Depot site for the acquisition of property to allow for the campus expansion. The Council also directed staff to work with community members to identify redevelopment or leasing scenarios for the portion of the property not required for municipal operations.

For questions about the expansion project, contact Bob Friddle at Bob.Friddle@minneapolismn.gov

(Siting Public Facilities: A Guide for the City of Minneapolis) (City idling ordinances)

Site Development Guidelines Advisory Committee (GAC)

GAC Community Feedback and City Response

July 19 GAC meeting presentation

June 28 Property Services/CPED presentation

June 28 GAC meeting minutes

June 7 GAC meeting minutes

(Overview of GAC's community engagement and framework role)

Roof Depot property site studies

Hiawatha Campus Air Permit Study, March 2011

Roof Depot Site Hazardous Building Materials Inspection Report

Roof Depot Site Assessment Phase I ESA

Roof Depot Site Assessment Phase II ESA

City Water Distribution Center Location Workflow Analysis

Final Traffic Study for Hiawatha Phase I

City community meetings

Presentation from April 13 community meeting

(PDF of slideshow)

Public Works divisions planned for expanded Hiawatha Campus

(Overview of operations)

Recap of Feb. 11 community meeting

Notes from the community meeting at East Phillips Recreation Center

Hiawatha map

 Existing Hiawatha Campus

Project contacts

Project Manager Bob Friddle: 612-673-3387; Bob.Friddle@minneapolismn.gov

Senior Community Specialist Christina Kendrick: 612-673-3952; Christina.Kendrick@minneapolismn.gov

 

Draft project timeline

Hiawatha Project Timeline

Last updated Jul 20, 2017

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