Capital Program & Projects
Note: Capital Program districts are based on the former Met Council district boundaries (2013-2023) and will be updated in 2024 to reflect the current Met Council district boundaries adopted in 2023. District 10 includes, in Anoka County, the cities of Blaine, Circle Pines and Lexington and in Ramsey County, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, Roseville, Shoreview, and the Ramsey County portions of Arden Hills, Blaine and Spring Lake Park.
Lift Station Rehabilitation: Program 8055
Capacity and condition assessments are being conducted along with regulatory reviews to identify system-wide lift station upgrades. These upgrades extend the life of facilities, reduce the risk of spills, and improve the safety of staff who operate and maintain lift stations.
Meter Improvements: Program 8056
This program provides funding to upgrade MCES’s ability to measure flows for billing, operational, and planning purposes and standardize meter equipment at similar facilities. Meter improvements include meter rehabilitation or replacement, planning meter installation, and new meter installation.
North Area Interceptor Rehabilitation: Program 8086
The interceptor systems in Blaine, Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Circle Pines, Coon Rapids, Forest Lake, Fridley, Hugo, Lexington, Lino Lakes, Maple Grove, Mounds View, 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.
Saint Paul Interceptor System Rehabilitation: Program 8088
The interceptors located in Inver Grove Heights, Maplewood, Roseville, Shoreview, Saint Paul, and Vadnais Heights need rehabilitation and/or replacement. The project will rehabilitate existing interceptor facilities to ensure reliable service.
Regional Plant Improvements: Program 8090
This program includes miscellaneous projects to rehabilitate failing facilities, address Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) sources, and addressing general needs of the interceptor system not programmed into a region or facility specific program. This program also includes additional condition assessment work to complement the internal inspections work completed by operations. Office space planning and design to accommodate all the staff assigned to the Regional Maintenance Facility, and property transfer between Council and municipalities for public benefit.
In addition to the major projects, there will be interceptor rehabilitation, lift stations, and meter improvement projects located in the district.
Program Information Sheets