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After Council Report: May 19

Council approves plats, Canterbury Southwest Planned Unit Development, park and trail projects and more

Post Date:05/20/2020 4:00 pm

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The Shakopee City Council met Tuesday, May 19. Among the meeting highlights:

Council approves preliminary and final plat of Canterbury Park 9th Addition, Canterbury Southwest PUD

The City Council approved a preliminary and final plat of Canterbury Park 9th Addition on 27.3 acres at 1150 Shenandoah Drive. The council also approved rezoning 14 acres to allow for the creation of Planned Unit Development District No. 3—Canterbury Southwest PUD. Canterbury Development DBSV is proposing to develop the property to include a future sit-down restaurant, senior apartment building, hotel, office building, retail/fast casual restaurant buildings and a commercial lot. A planned unit development allows the city to set more conditions of construction and design. More information: Kyle Sobota, Senior Planner, 952-233-9349.

Council approves planned unit development amendment for Canterbury Southwest

The City Council approved a planned unit development amendment to Planned Unit Development District No. 3 (Canterbury Southwest) to allow for construction of Greystone Construction’s corporate office at 1290 Shenandoah Drive. Greystone Construction plans to build a two-story, 27,000-square-foot office building near the intersection of Vierling Drive and Shenandoah Drive. Greystone will occupy the upper level of the building and lease the first level to tenants. More information: Kyle Sobota, Senior Planner, 952-233-9349.

City to replace playground equipment at Holmes Park

The City Council approved the purchase of playground equipment for Holmes Park in the amount of $79,200 from St. Croix Recreation Fun Playgrounds, Inc. The equipment was one of three options provided to neighborhood residents, who were invited to share feedback through a city survey. Replacement is scheduled for early summer. More information: Keith Raines, Parks Maintenance Supervisor, 952-233-9368.

Council awards contract for trail sealcoating

The City Council awarded a contract in the amount of $52,438.34 to Gopher State Sealcoat, Inc., for the 2020 Trail Sealcoating project. The project includes approximately 62,989 square yards of bituminous trail along various streets, county roads and within city parks. A map is available on the city website under More information: Keith Raines, Parks Maintenance Supervisor, 952-233-9368.

Council approves feasibility study for utility extension in east Shakopee

The City Council authorized professional services agreement in the amount of $135,854 with WSB and Associates, Inc. to perform a feasibility study for the Utility Extension Project at Maras Street, 13th Avenue and Hansen Avenue. The project includes the design and construction of sanitary sewer mains and water service system to serve adjacent properties. The city is considering the proposed project for construction in 2021. More information: Darin Manning, Project Coordinator, 952-233-9364.

Council approves street lighting system of Unbridled Avenue

The City Council approved the construction and purchase of a street lighting system for Unbridled Avenue in the amount of $169,999.61 with Shakopee Public Utilities. Lighting systems are typically contracted separately from the city’s overall construction bid as SPU integrates the street lights into its overall system. More information: Ryan Halverson, Assistant City Engineer, 952-233-9366.

City approves archaeological monitoring services for stormwater project

The City Council authorized a professional services agreement in the amount of $65,223.50 with Blondo Consulting, LLC for archaeological monitoring for the Reroute Stormwater to Project Historic Sites Project. Due to the cultural resources within the project area near County Highway 101, an onsite archaeological monitor is required during construction. More information: Kirby Templin, Water Resources-Environmental Engineer, 952-233-9372.

Council approves suspension of construction hours for Walmart paving

The City Council approved suspending City Code 130.45 regarding night-time construction noise to allow construction crews to work from 2 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily to repave the Walmart parking lot, 8101 Carriage Court. The suspension is in effect from May 20 to June 2. More information: Michael Kerski, Director of Planning and Development, 952-233-9346.

City accepts donation of mural artwork

The City Council gratefully accepted the donation of a mural from Old National Bank. The mural, valued at $5,000, is a replica from the mural near the downtown Shakopee tunnel. It will be displayed at the Shakopee Community Center. More information: Jay Tobin, Parks and Recreation Director, 952-233-9514.

These summaries are a sampling of the meeting. See the entire agenda packet with supporting documents at The meeting is also available for viewing on demand at

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