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UPDATE: Statement from CenterPoint Energy 

Morning Nov. 12, 2019

Last night, CenterPoint Energy experienced an interruption in gas pressure on our pipeline system in Shakopee. As a result, gas service was shut off to about 600 residential and business customers in the Shakopee downtown business district and some areas immediately to the north and south of downtown.

CenterPoint Energy crews worked overnight to identify and correct the problem. Since early this morning, technicians have been going to the affected homes and businesses to ensure that gas service is safely restored. These technicians are clearly identified as being with CenterPoint Energy. If the customer is not available, the technician will return several times and ultimately leave contact information for the customer to call to get service restored.

The goal is to have all service restored today. CenterPoint Energy apologizes for this inconvenience to our customers.

Stagecoach at Southbridge is a new single-family development in the Southbridge neighborhood. The development will turn a former horse stable into 59 new single-family homes and a park for the development and neighborhood. The development will utilize smaller lots to preserve many of the existing trees in the development area.

Alignment to Community Priorities and Goals

The development fits with the goals and priorities of the community and the comprehensive plan by adding new single-family homes to accommodate a growing population, preserving a high amount of high priority trees designated by the city and adding a brand-new park, which will be the first park east of County Highway 18. 

Timeline

     
 Application submitted Builders Lot Group  May 2018 
Approval of final plat and rezoning City Council  July 17, 2018 

Funding

This development is privately financed.

Community Impact

Stagecoach at Southbridge Crossings will offer 59 new homes in the $300,000s. The project will also add a brand-new park to an area of Shakopee which has been lacking while also preserving as many trees as possible for a new development helping to preserve the site’s character.

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