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Updated June 22

Please note all timelines are weather and materials dependent.

Crews repaving Community Center parking lot

Community Center visitors are asked to observe parking signs as crews repave the parking lot. The reconstruction will take place in two parts over three weeks. 

Crews sweeping, painting sealcoated streets week of June 19

Crews will be sweeping city streets that received a new sealcoat last week. City crews are expected to sweep this week into next. Painters will return later this week and next to paint lines in the sealcoated areas.

Block of Holmes Street near downtown closed June 21-22

Holmes Street remains closed between Fifth and Sixth Avenues for excavation of a large tree, downed in a recent storm. Work is anticipated to continue into late June 22.

Horizon Drive closed, Muhlenhardt Road to close week of June 26

Horizon Drive remains closed between Muhlenhardt Road and County Highway 18 as part of the Whispering Oak Sewer Extension project. The closure is likely to continue through the week. After Horizon Drive reopens, Muhlenhardt Road will be closed for approximately one week between Horizon Drive and County Highway 16.

Market Street closed June 26

Market Street will be closed between First and Second Avenues Monday, June 26 for water utility line work. Access will be open to the car wash and veterinary clinic.

Utility work includes replacing natural gas lines

This spring, CenterPoint Energy will be replacing aging natural gas server lines to 37 properties in old Shakopee. Crews will be replacing the existing bare steel gas lines with new plastic gas lines. This work will at times be messy and may block alleys. CenterPoint will notify impacted properties. Watch for more information.

Pedestrian bridge at Memorial Park removed

The Minnesota Valley State Trail's Mill Pond channel pedestrian crossing is closed. The bridge, located on the northern edge of Memorial Park, has been removed. The city is working with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and other partners to explore options of repairing, replacing or completely removing the bridge.