2025 Projects

40th Avenue NE (CSAH 2) - East River Road (CSAH 1) to Main Street (CSAH 14) to TH 47 - Road Reconstruction and Bridge Rehabilitation


Mississippi Street (CSAH 6) at Old Central Avenue (CSAH 35) and 7th Avenue - Mini-Roundabout

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Fridley, is developing plans for the construction of a mini- roundabout at the intersection of Mississippi Street (CSAH 6) and Old Central Avenue (CSAH 35).


Bridge #02535 (CSAH 7) Replacement over Seelye Brook


Crosstown Boulevard (CSAH 18) at Nightingale Street - Intersection Improvements


Ash Street (CSAH 32) and Centerville Road (CSAH 21) - Intersection Improvements

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Lino Lakes, is developing a preliminary layout for the intersection of Ash Street (CSAH 32) and Centerville Road (CSAH 21), with construction anticipated in 2025.


Ash Street / County Road J (CSAH 32) from Centerville Road (CSAH 21) to Otter Lake Road (CR 84)

Ash Street / County Road J (CSAH 32), from Centerville Road (CSAH 21) to Otter Lake Road (CR 84), including the interchange with I-35E and the segment of Centerville Road to Ash Street, is scheduled for reconstruction in 2025.  Ramsey County is leading the project, in partnership with MnDOT, Anoka County, White Bear Township, City of North Oaks, and City of Lino Lakes.


Radisson Road (CSAH 52) at Tournament Players Parkway - New Signal Installation

Anoka County, in partnership with the City of Blaine, is developing plans to install new signal system at Radisson Road (CSAH 52) at Tournament Players Parkway, with construction anticipated in 2024.

TH 10 from Hanson Boulevard (CSAH 78) to Round Lake Boulevard (CSAH 9)

Anoka County, in partnership with MnDOT, the City of Coon Rapids, TKDA and HDR, are developing a layout for the addition of travel lanes on TH 10 between CSAH 78 (Hanson Boulevard) and CSAH 9 (Round Lake Boulevard). 


2025 County Wide Overlay Projects



Highway 65 & Intersections of 99th Avenue, 105th Avenue, and 109th Avenue (CSAH 12)

MnDOT, in partnership with Anoka County and the cities of Ham Lake, Blaine and Spring Lake Park, began a far-reaching study of the Highway 65 Corridor in August 2018.   MnDOT, local agency stakeholders, and the Federal Highway Administration used this Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study to develop and identify three transportation layouts to move forward for further analysis.   Planned improvements will:

  • Add frontage roads and overpasses
  • Change access
  • Improve facilities for people walking and bicycling

For more information, visit the city of Blaine's Hwy 65 project website.