2019 Street & Utility Project-Silver Lake Road
The purpose of this project is to alleviate flooding along the east side of Silver Lake Road, and to reduce flooding downstream (Penrod Lane, Silver Lane, Fordham Drive, Shamrock Drive, 39th Avenue, and Foss Road).
This is a cooperative project with Ramsey County, Rice Creek Watershed District and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
WSB & Associates
Director of Public Works
City of St. Anthony
After Hours Non-Emergency
Drainage improvements along Silver Lake Road north and south of Silver Lane will begin Monday, May 6, 2019. Lane closures and/or lane shifts will be in place during construction.
Current through Friday, July 26th Silver Lake Road is open to traffic. The signal at Silver Lane will continue flashing red until temporary striping has been completed to ensure vehicle safety.
Future Lane Closures
Current through Friday, July 26th Silver Lake Road is open traffic. The signal at Silver Lane will continue flashing red until temporary striping has been completed to ensure vehicle safety. Following striping, the signal will resume normal operation. To accommodate the remaining sidewalk replacement, traffic shifts may be necessary.
PLEASE NOTE: the pavement will remain low in anticipation for the Ramsey County mill and overlay improvement along Silver Lake Road scheduled for late August. A wedge has been installed along all sides of the patch to accommodate traffic in the interim.
Periodic updates to traffic impacts will be provided throughout the project as they become available.
Northbound traffic will be detoured east along County Road D to Old Highway 8 to County Road E. Southbound traffic will be detoured east along County Road E to Old Highway 8 to County Road D. The posted detour route is illustrated above.
Metro Transit Bus Route
Metro Transit bus routes #25 and #825 have resumed their original routes for the duration of the project.
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Related Project Information
Silver Lake Flooding Project Map