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The City of Inver Grove Heights is beginning the planning process for the construction of a stormwater treatment basin in the southeast corner of Cahill Avenue and Carleda Way scheduled for the summer of 2021.
A feasibility report was prepared and available to review. This report investigates drainage improvements for the Carleda Way neighborhood area and Cahill trunk storm sewer. The proposed scope of work, estimated costs, financing, and schedule for the improvements are detailed in this report.
Public Hearing to Order Improvements: Dec. 14, 2020
Final Design: December 2020-March 2021
Bidding: April 2021
Neighborhood Meeting and Assessment Hearing: May 2021
Begin Construction: Summer 2021
Substantial Completion: Fall 2021
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This improvements project includes the construction of a stormwater treatment basin in the southeast corner of Cahill Avenue and Carleda Way. The purpose of the project is to address localized flooding in the nearby 64th Court cul-de-sac and provide water quality treatment for a future street reconstruction project along Carleda Way.
Total Project Cost: Approx. $478,175, funded through the City’s Pavement Management Fund and no assessments to property owners are proposed. Full project details are included in the feasibility report above.
If you have questions or concerns regarding the work being performed please feel free to contact Assistant City Engineer, Steve Dodge, at 651-450-2541 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or Consulting Engineer, Luke Moren, with project consultant Kimley Horn at 651-643-0489 or Luke.Moren@kimley-horn.com.
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