DECEMBER 4, 2017 The HWY 169 construction crews have begun building the retaining walls for the pedestrian underpass. The attached image depicts the construction of the aggregate base. Upon completion of this work, the footings for the wall will be installed. Other work on the project includes the construction of storm sewer pipe [...]
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The Mill Pond Shoreline and Aquatic Habitat Restoration Improvements Ground Breaking Event was held 12/11/17. Pictured (Left to Right) Asst. City Engineer Todd Tuominen, State Senator John Hoffman, Councilmember Ryan Sabas, Mayor Ryan Karasek, Councilmember Tom Moe, State Representative Mark Uglem, and Elm Creek Watershed District Representative Bill Walraven. Mill Pond Shoreline and Aquatic Habitat [...]
FEMA has issues a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) related to properties impacted by the Elm Creek Dam Project construction project. The LOMR effective date is February 16, 2018. The LOMR can be down loaded HERE Prior to the Elm Creek Dam construction, the City conducted a Flood Study on the Elm Creek, which determined [...]
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) operates the sanitary sewer interceptor through Champlin which conveys sewage from the Cities of Anoka, Dayton, and Champlin south east to the Pigs-Eye Waste Water Treatment Facility. The sewer interceptor (CAB Interceptor) extends through Champlin along a route that includes street right-of-way, rear yard easement areas, parks, and drainage [...]