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Concord Street Improvements
  • The City of South St. Paul, Dakota County, City of St. Paul, and the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) are jointly developing a planning study for the Concord Street Corridor from I-494 to Annapolis Street in South St. Paul to determine an overall vision for the corridor in advance of the proposed MnDOT pavement resurfacing, drainage upgrades, and pedestrian accommodations in 2019.
  • An informal open house was held on May 26, 2016 at City Hall, where staff introduced the project, answered questions, and solicited input on the following elements:
    • Need for bicycle facilities (on and off-road)
    • On-street parking needs for businesses and residents
    • Need for roadway capacity and safety improvements
    • Pedestrian safety and connectivity
    • Beautification of the corridor (landscaping/urban design elements)
  • See May 26, 2016 Brochure open house brochure for more information.
  • Staff presented the project and input from the meeting to City Council on July 5th, 2016 and the Economic Development Advisory Board on  July 19th, 2016.  The City Council decided to present the project for Federal Funding.  See the  July 19th Concord Street Presentation.   
            
  • Please call Chris Hartzell, City Engineer, if you would like to hear more about the study or have any questions.