District 2 Projects

Capital Program

In Anoka County, the cities of Columbia Heights, Fridley, Hilltop, and Spring Lake Park and in Hennepin County, the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, and Osseo. Excluded is the Ramsey County portion of the city of Spring Lake Park.

Brooklyn Park – Champlin Interceptor Renewal: Project 8093

provides for the rehabilitation of approximately 54,500 feet of concrete gravity interceptor. The interceptor will be rehabilitated using Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) technology. The project also includes the rehabilitation of 115 maintenance structures.

Brooklyn Park L32: Project 8094

Provides the construction of a new L32 across the Mississippi River from the existing L32 on property that the Council recently purchased. Project will also include the phase-out and decommissioning of the existing L32 on the west side of the river.
 

Brooklyn Park LS/FM Improvements: Project 8079

Provides two new forcemain pipes from L32 in Brooklyn Park to existing pipes in Fridley by river crossing. Improvements to the lift station and rehabilitation of the existing forcemain pipes and downstream gravity sewers are also included. Land acquisition for the site of a future re-located lift station is also included.

North Area Interceptor Rehabilitation: Project 8086

The interceptor systems in Blaine, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Circle Pines, Coon Rapids, Forest Lake, Fridley, Hugo, Lexington, Lino Lakes, Maple Grove, Moundsview, Spring Lake Park, and other north area communities need rehabilitation and/or replacement. The project will rehabilitate existing interceptor facilities, including gravity sewers, forcemains, lift stations and meter stations.

In addition to the major projects, there will be interceptor rehabilitation, lift stations, and meter improvement projects located in the district.

Brooklyn Park - Champlin Interceptor Renewal: Project 8093 222 kB

Brooklyn Park L32: Project 8094 199 kB

Brooklyn Park LS/FM Improvements: Project 8079 260 kB

North Area Interceptor Rehabilitation: Project 8086 277 kB