City of Red Wing

Street Reconstruction Project - 2013

Heselton Construction of Faribault, Minnesota will begin street reconstruction on Franklin Street (between West 3rd Street and West 5th Street), Hill Street (between West 3rd Street and 400' south of West 4th Street), Pine Street (between Main Street and 500' south of West 4th Street), and the alleys in blocks 8 & 9 of the Freeborn's addition beginning Monday, August 12th.  Construction crews will begin work on Franklin Street.  The street surface will be removed to begin reconstruction of water mains, water services, sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer services, storm sewer, aggregate base, concrete curb and gutters, and bituminous pavement as part of the City of Red Wing 2013 Street Reconstruction Project.  Street closures for through traffic will be necessary throughout the various phases of construction on this project and will be signed accordingly.  Alternate routes will be necessary throughout the project as the work progresses on this project.  City crews appreciate the cooperation and patience of neighbors, drivers, and pedestrians during this time of inconvenience.  The entire reconstruction project is expected to be completed by October 19th.  Updated news releases will be issued as the project progresses.   Heselton Construction of Faribault, Minnesota will begin removing the street surface on Wednesday, September 11th  on Pine Street (between Main Street and 500’ south of West 4th Street) and the alleys in Blocks 8 & 9 of the Freeborn’s Addition.  The street surface will be removed to begin reconstruction of water mains, water services, sanitary sewer mains, sanitary sewer services, storm sewer, aggregate base, concrete curb & gutters, and bituminous pavement as part of the City of Red Wing’s 2013 Street Reconstruction Project.   UPDATE (11/22/13):  Final paving on this project was completed on November 20, 2013.  The final hydro mulching to avoid erosion/sediment of the topsoil over the winter will take place the week of November 25th.  Final seeding and project clean-up will take place in the spring of 2014. 

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