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.

The city is currently developing approximately 30 acres of vacant property at the intersection of Scott County Highway 69 and U.S. Highway 169. The property will be utilized for commercial development and potentially a park. 

The city purchased the excess right-of-way from the Minnesota Department of Transportation in 2015, following the completion of the 69/169 bypass. The property was included in the city's 2015 West End Master Plan and Land Use study.


Phase 1 - Infrastructure Extension

To prepare for development, the city constructed a permanent extension of Vierling Drive between Taylor Street and County Highway 69.

Phase 2 - Property Development

In March 2018, the city began selling property in the development area.

 Final plat of West Shakopee Gateway First Addition approved City Council  Aug. 8, 2018 
 City sells property to Opus Development, Trident Development Economic Development Authority  Sept. 4, 2018 

Doggie Doo's

The pet daycare and grooming business will relocate from its existing First Avenue location to a new building on the property. The building is under construction.

Developer: Doggie Doo's Inc.
Size: 2 acres

Residential Treatment Facility

Topaz constructed a residential treatment facility with plans for two additional future buildings. The facility is now open.

Developer: Topaz Investments
Size: 3 acres

Business Park

Opus Development plans to construct two buildings for office and light industrial use. Opus Business Park is on a list of 67 communities being considered as the new potential home of the USDA’s Economic Research and National Institute of Food and Agriculture.

Developer: Opus Development
Size: Approximately 16 acres

Community Impact

No significant or unusual impact on the surrounding neighborhood is anticipated.