2024 Projects

Design Work Proposed for 2024 Construction



University Avenue (CSAH 3) at 86th Lane NE - Signal Replacement
Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Blaine, is developing plans to replace and update the existing signal system at University Avenue (CSAH 3) at 86th Lane, with construction anticipated in 2024. 




Round Lake Blvd (CSAH 9) from 149th Lane NW to 157th Avenue NW

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Andover, is developing a preliminary layout for CSAH 9 (Round Lake Boulevard) from 149th Lane NW to 157th Avenue NW, with construction scheduled for 2024.



Main Street (CSAH 14) at Sunset Avenue NE (CR 53)

Anoka County, in partnership with the Cities of Blaine and Lino Lakes, is developing a preliminary layout for Main Street (CSAH 14) at the intersection with Sunset Avenue NE (CR 53). 



Lexington Avenue (CSAH 17) at 122nd Avenue - Intersection Improvements
Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Blaine, is developing a preliminary layout for improvements at the intersection of Lexington Avenue (CSAH 17) at 122nd Avenue NE. The proposed improvements include the construction of a new signal system and ADA compliant pedestrian crossings. 



Viking Boulevard (CSAH 22) Bridge Reconstruction

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Oak Grove, is developing plans for the reconstruction of the bridge on CSAH 22 (Viking Boulevard) over the Rum River. 


Viking Boulevard (CSAH 22) from TH 47 to Rum River Boulevard (CSAH 7) - Reconstruction
Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Nowthen and City of Oak Grove, is developing design plans for the reconstruction of Viking Boulevard (CSAH 22) from TH 47 to Rum River Boulevard (CSAH 7).  



Radisson Road (CSAH 52) at Tournament Players Parkway - New Signal Installation

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Blaine, is developing plans to install new signal system at Radisson Road (CSAH 52) at Tournament Players Parkway, with construction anticipated in 2024.
 


Evergreen Blvd NW / 85th Avenue NW - Intersection Improvements