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Concord Street Improvements
The City of South St. Paul and MnDOT are planning for the reconstruction and/or rehabilitation of the Concord Street corridor for approximately 3.3 miles from I-494 to Annapolis Street in South St. Paul.  The project will include the reconstruction/rehabilitation of existing roadway, storm sewer, retaining walls, and the addition of pedestrian and bicycle facilities along the corridor.

The City of South St. Paul completed a visioning study in 2016 to plan for the future of Concord Street from Annapolis to I-494.  The visioning process included partner agencies and public open houses to build concensus towards the shared vision of Concord Street.  The City received $7.5 million in 2017 from MnDOT's Highway Freight Grant program to proceed with the preferred alternative for the northern segment of Concord Street from Annapolis to Wentworth Avenue.

The City is currently working with MnDOT to develop a preferred alternative for the southern portion of Concord Street from Wentworth to I-494.  

The City is holding an informal open house to introduce preliminary design concepts, answer questions, and solicit input on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at City Hall.

Please read the newsletter for Open House information.