The city plans to construct a permanent connection of Vierling Drive between Taylor Street and County Road 69. Currently, the city has a temporary road; however, utility extension is necessary for future development of the area.
The project will be completed in two phases. Utility connections were completed in fall 2017 with the construction of a permanent road planned for 2018.
- Extension of water and sanitary sewer (Phase 1)
- Construction of roadway, storm sewer, streetscaping and street lighting (Phase 2)
- Construction of a two-lane roundabout to serve adjacent parcels (Phase 2)
Traffic Impact: Vierling Drive will be closed between County Highway 69 and Taylor Street for the duration of the project, including over the winter.
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Funding: The project will be funded from the Capital Improvement Fund ($1.49 million) and Shakopee Public Utilities' water fund ($10,000).