Cheatham Avenue and Standish North Residential resurfacing

The City will remove and add a new layer of asphalt to the streets in the Cheatham Avenue and Standish Areas of South Minneapolis.

Key information

Dates

2021-2022

Location

Standish neighborhood and Cheatham Avenue

Howe Standish

Project overview

This project is primarily focused on replacing the asphalt surface. City staff will replace some concrete curb and gutter as part of this project.

Timeline

2021

  • ADA pedestrian ramps pilot project

2022

  • Curb and gutter replacement
  • Street resurfacing

ADA pedestrian ramps pilot project

In 2021, we upgraded all existing street corners to comply with the American with Disability Act (ADA). This work was done as part of a pilot project and managed by a consultant, HTPO. For any questions about this portion of the work, the consultant can be reached at the contact below.

Cheatham-Standish pedestrian ramp upgrades map

Street resurfacing

In this ongoing street maintenance program, we replace the top layer of asphalt pavement to extend the life of a street between larger reconstructions. The new pavement should last about 10 years.

Schedule

We will begin mill and overlay the week of September 19th.

 

View interactive map

Traffic impacts

Blocks will be intermittently closed to traffic during asphalt milling and paving for brief periods of time.

Project phase

This project is complete.

Input

Design

In Progress

Complete

Contact us

Mitchell Joyce

Consultant, HTPO
Public Works

Phone

612-393-7605

Hazel Wolf

Supervisor Engineering Technician
Public Works

Phone

612-772-2524