District 8 includes the Hennepin and Ramsey County parts of the city of St. Anthony and the portion of Minneapolis described as follows: east of a line beginning where the centerline of Lyndale Avenue South intersects the southern boundary of the city of Minneapolis to the intersection of Lyndale Avenue South and 42nd Street, then east along 42nd Street to the centerline of Cedar Avenue South, then north along the centerline of Cedar Avenue South to the intersection with Minnehaha Avenue, then northeast along the centerline of 20th Avenue South to the median of Interstate 94, then west along the median of the interstate to the median of 8th Street South/Hiawatha Avenue, then northwest to the median of Interstate 35W, then northeast along the median of the interstate to the centerline of the Mississippi River, then following the centerline of the river west and north to where it intersects with the northern boundary of the city of Minneapolis.
Interceptor 1-MN-340 Rehabilitation: Program 8092
This interceptor was originally constructed in Minneapolis in the 1930s. This project will provide a new parallel gravity sewer to ensure capacity and reliability of service to South Minneapolis, Edina, Richfield, and the Airport. Included in the project will be rehabilitation of the old sewer to provide cost-effective service; this will be copmlete under Program 8076.
Minneapolis Interceptor Rehabilitation: Program 8076
Consists of the rehabilitation of portions of Mpls Interceptors 1-MN-300, 302, 310, 311, 312, 313, 314, 320,330, 341, 342, 343, and 344. It also includes the rehabilitation of the maintenance access structures (manholes) throughout the interceptor system in Minneapolis. The project addresses pipe corrosion, clay pipe failures, and infiltration/inflow sources. The project also includes the needed improvements to the Minneapolis regulators including renovations of Regulators R06, R10, and R12; the replacement of R04 and R08. Odor control facilities will be added to Regulators R04, R06, R08, R10, and other areas as needed. Minneapolis deep interceptor sluice gates and access improvements, and the lining of the Lake Street gravity sewer river crossing are also included in the project.
In addition to the major projects, there will be interceptor rehabilitation, lift stations, and meter improvement projects located in the district.