The Engineering Department’s activities focus on implementing long-term capital improvements to the city’s infrastructure from concept through construction including: special studies, data analysis, survey, design, public involvement, permitting, construction observation and contract administration. The main services provided are:
- Transportation projects
- Capital program implementation, planning, and execution
- Storm water management systems, planning and programs
- Right of way permits
- Erosion control permits
- Traffic Committee
- Benchmark Map
City Hall | 5005 Minnetonka Blvd. | St. Louis Park, MN 55416
P: 952.924.2656 | F: 952.924.2662
updated: Thursday, March 16, 2017
The City of St. Louis Park, in partnership with Hennepin County, is completing a feasibility study to place a bikeway along Cedar Lake Road between Highway 169 and the Sabes Jewish Community Center. This study will help guide design recommendations when the bikeway is scheduled to be implemented in 2019 and 2020.
A public open house was held on July 19, 2016 to allow residents to hear about the project, view preliminary layouts for the bikeway and provide feedback to city staff. Since this is a preliminary feasibility study, no construction is proposed at this time.
If you have any questions or would like to make arrangements to view the concepts at another time, please contact Jack Sullivan, senior engineering project manager, at 952.924.2691 or email email@example.com.
Layout 1: Cedar Lake Road: Highway 169 to Texas Ave
Layout 2: Cedar Lake Road: Texas Ave to Florida Ave
Layout 3: Cedar Lake Road: Florida Ave to Highway 100
Layout 4: Cedar Lake Road: Highway 100 to North Cedar Trail
Open House Letter
updated: Friday, March 03, 2017
Bass Lake was an 80-acre lake until 1908 until the excavation of County Ditch 14, which effectively drained the Lake. Additionally, Bass Lake shrank in size and depth due to its use as a landfill from the early 1900’s up to the 1960's. Beginning in 1969, the city implemented an anti-dumping order, designated the area as a Park Preserve began...