Construction Update - December 14, 2017. See Project Updates below.
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Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) completed sewer construction work for the Shakopee Sewer Improvement Project in December 2017. The project made improvements to aging and deteriorating regional sanitary sewer facilities that serve area homes and businesses. Construction focused on re-lining the sewer pipes, rehabilitating maintenance holes, and installing two new junction boxes, and required the use of temporary pipes and pumps to transfer wastewater during construction.
You may continue to see project team members on-site in spring 2018 finishing up landscape restoration efforts.
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The Shakopee Sewer Improvement Project included an approximately one-mile section of regional sanitary sewer located along the north and south sides of Highway 101 between Valley Fair to the west and Highway 169 to the east. It also included work at the Blue Lake Wastewater Treatment Plant.
If you have questions about this project, please contact Tim O’Donnell, MCES Project Citizen Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-602-1269.
Shakopee-Highway 101 Sewer Improvements Project Map (PDF)