2022 SSIP Project
Materials shown here will remain available throughout construction.
What is the purpose of this project website?
- Provide an overview of the street surface improvement project that will happen in 2022.
- Provide an opportunity to solicit input/feedback and provide an opportunity to submit questions about the project.
What can I do on the project website?
This project website includes display boards, a feedback form, assessment information and other materials to review. The information here will be available throughout the project, but we ask that you submit comments and questions related to the project no later than December 17, 2021.
The Street Surface Improvement Program (SSIP) began in 2009 for city streets showing accelerated deterioration in order to create longer term benefits than just with roadway maintenance. Since this program began, over 2,100 properties have benefitted, and 20.0 miles of city streets have been resurfaced or 20% of the 69.1 miles of city streets.
The 2022 SSIP is proposed to be approximately 2.2 miles of resurfacing for the neighborhood of the Brom and Dunham Oaks Additions. The 2022 SSIP project will also include the portion of Randal Drive cul-de-sac west of 7th Avenue. The project will also include resurfacing the parking lot at George Enloe Park and paving the parking lot at Rudy Johnson Park. The estimated cost of this project is $2,403,000.
Special assessments are a charge imposed on properties for a particular improvement that benefits the owners of those selected property. Based on Minnesota Statues Chapter 429, the city has the authority to “levy and collect assessments for the project upon property benefited thereby”.
There are no special assessments proposed for this project.
The following is the proposed project schedule:
City Council Authorized Feasibility Report
Neighborhood Meeting @ Green Haven Golf Course and Event Center
City Council Approves Feasibility Report and waives Public Improvement Hearing
City Council Orders Project and Authorizes the Preparation of Plans and Specifications
City Council Approves Plans and Specifications and Authorizes Advertisement for Bid
Open Bids at City Hall @ 11:00 am
City Council Approves Bids and Awards Contract
Construction Substantial Completion
Construction Final Completion
Construction activity may disrupt the boulevards where an irrigation system may be installed. We feel that as a part of the project, it is our responsibility to restore the systems we have been notified about. The City of Anoka will hire an irrigation system contractor to repair your system if it is damage during construction.
Click here to fill out a brief questionnaire, which will provide notice to the city that your property has an irrigation system.
Regrettably, if we do not receive acknowledgement that you have an irrigation system by the time construction starts this spring, it will be your sole responsibility to repair your own system. Click here to fill out a brief questionnaire.