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Tree Down on Halstead Drive


The City is aware that there is a tree down just south of 110 on Halstead Drive, Public Works has been alerted and Public Safety is redirecting traffic. Please be careful while driving and take caution with City workers in the area.

City Hall Parking Lot Reconstruction


The City Hall parking lot will under go reconstruction tentatively beginning Tuesday, August 13, 2019! During this time, parking will not be available in the primary City Hall lot, and the front doors will NOT be accessible. Visitors must park on the grass located on the western most edge of c...

New Area Communications Provider List


The City has launched a new webpage with area communications providers' contact information. This resource page is not intended to promote or endorse specific providers but to be a resource for residents looking for communications solutions. Residents are advised to contact provider...

Street Improvements Construction Update


Below is a weekly construction update Reclaim areas: Ox Yoke Circle, D'Chene Lane, and D'Chene Circle have been reclaimed and crews are working to shape and compact the existing material in preparation for bituminous base paving. Paving is tentatively scheduled for early in the w...

Ox Yoke Circle, D'Chene Lane, and D'Chene Circle Reclamation Update


During the week of July 8th, crews will begin reclaiming the existing pavement on Ox Yoke Circle, D'Chene Ln, and D'Chene Circle. Reclaiming the pavement consists of pulverizing the existing pavement and blending it with the underlying aggregate material to produce a recycled class 5 mate...

Street Improvements Construction Update


There is no work occuring this week due to the Holiday. Reclaiming will begin on Monday, July 8th, starting with ox yoke Circle, followed by D'Chene Ln and D'Chene Cir. They will follow the reclaimer up with removing excess material, blading, and compacting. They then plan to blade/tolera...

Governor Walz Orders Flags Flown at Half-Staff in Honor of Flight Nurse Debra K. Schott


In honor and remembrance of Flight Nurse Debra K. Schott, Governor Tim Walz has ordered all United States flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings in the State of Minnesota, from sunrise until sunset on Wednesday, July 3, 2019.

County Road 44 Project


The Met Council has updated the City regarding the Met Council's County Road 44 project. During construction of the road, there are some portions of Cty Rd 44 that are dirt only, and with the 4+ inches of rain received in Minnetrista over the last 2-3 days, the road has been a muddy mess...

Street Improvements Construction Update


Reclamation areas: Crews made progress on storm sewer work along Ox Yoke Circle and D'Chene Circle There is potential for concrete curb and gutter installation around new storm sewer on Ox Yoke Circle the week of July 1, 2019 Reclamation of existing bituminous pavement is scheduled ...

2019 Street Improvement Project Set to Begin Construction


The City of Minnetrista received bids and awarded the construction contract for the project to Northwest Asphalt, Inc. of Shakopee, Minnesota on May 6th, 2019. Construction is tentatively expected to begin the week of June 24th. The Contractor is not planning any work for the week of July 4th, an...

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