Capital Program & Projects
District 6 includes the Hennepin County cities of Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope, St. Louis Park, and the portion of Minneapolis described as follows: south and west of a line beginning in the west at the point where the Minneapolis city boundary intersects Bassett Creek, then following Basset Creek to the BNSF rail crossing west of Penn Avenue, then following the BNSF rail line east to the median of Interstate 94, then south to the median of Interstate 394, then west to the centerline of Lyndale Avenue, then south along the centerline of Lyndale Avenue to where it intersects the southern boundary of the city of Minneapolis.
Hopkins System Improvements: Program 8041
The Program provides for the replacement of a 5-mile-long force main, known as the Hopkins force main, and lift station L27 located in the city of Hopkins. The force main is a single 24 to 30-inch interceptor pipe that begins in Hopkins at the intersection of Blake Rd and Lake St and passes through St. Louis Park and Minneapolis where it discharges to the 1-MN-330 gravity interceptor sewer. The system serves the cities of Hopkins, St. Louis Park, and Minneapolis. The new force main system is constructed as a dual 18 to 24-inch pipe system. The new 6.3 mgd lift station is constructed 700-feet to the west of the existing lift station.
Minneapolis Interceptor Rehabilitation: Program 8076
This Program provides funding to address capital improvements for the interceptors that serve Minneapolis and the surrounding areas.
Minneapolis Interceptor System Rehabilitation, Phase 2: Program 8092
This program includes facility planning and new projects to address aging infrastructure within or contributary to the City of Minneapolis. Potential projects include:
- Interceptor 1-MN-340 Capacity Relief Study
- Interceptor 1-MN-320 Replacement
Northwest Area Interceptor Improvements: Program 8096
The interceptor systems in Plymouth, Maple Grove, Brooklyn Center, New Hope, Golden Valley, St Louis Park, Medina, and other northwest area communities need rehabilitation and/or replacement as well as expansion to serve growth. The Program will rehabilitate existing interceptor facilities, including gravity sewers, force mains, lift stations and meter stations, and analyze the system needs to accommodate growth.
In addition to major projects, there may be interceptor rehabilitation, lining projects, and meter improvement projects located in the district.
Program Information Sheets