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.

Crew patching potholes

Street Maintenance

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The Street Maintenance Division is responsible for the upkeep of city streets, alleys, sidewalks, trails and signs. Shakopee currently has more than 160 miles of roadway.  

Responsibilities include:

All county highways are the responsibility of Scott County, such as these:

  • County Highway 14 (150th Street W)
  • County Highway 15 (Marystown Road) 
  • County Highway 17 (Marschall Road)
  • County Highway 16 (17th Avenue/Eagle Creek Boulevard)
  • County Highway 18 (Southbridge Parkway/Crest Avenue NE)
  • County Highway 21 (Herrgott Memorial Drive/Eagle Creek Avenue NE)
  • County Highway 69 (Old Brick Yard Road/First Avenue)
  • County Road 77 (Koeper Avenue)
  • County Highway 78 (Chestnut Blvd/130th Street W)
  • County Road 79 (Townline Avenue/Spencer Street, south of 10th Avenue)
  • County Highway 81 (Howard Lake Road/154th St W)
  • County Highway 83 (Canterbury Road/Mystic Lake Drive S)
  • County Highway 101 (First Avenue W)

US Highway 169 (Johnson Memorial Drive) and ramps are the responsibility of the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Contact Us

Public Works Department, 400 Gorman St. | 952-233-9550