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Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) MI-2/3 Napa Valley/Forest Road Reminds Reside

Minot, N.D. – Work along Phases MI-2 Napa Valley and MI-3 Forest Road of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) has resumed and is quickly ramping up. Due to active construction and heavy equipment working in the area, recreation facilities in the construction zone remain closed including the new Dakota Bark Park (temporary location is open), Souris Valley Walking Path, and Wee Links Golf Course. Updates will be available once these facilities have reopened, which is scheduled for Summer 2020. Work is expected to be substantially complete September 2020. Safety is always a priority so please be vigilant near the construction zone. For more information about the Mouse Rive

Mouse River Plan Progress Newsletter

The latest version of the Mouse River Plan Progress Newsletter has been posted here. We encourage you to take some time to see what’s been happening along the project.

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project Phase BU-1A Burlington Colton Avenue Bridge Replacemen

Burlington, N.D. – As the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project continues and weather cooperates, Swingen Construction will wrap up work on Phase BU-1A Burlington Colton Avenue Bridge over the next few weeks. Remaining projects include site cleanup, minor finish work, and final touches to the barrier rail of the bridge along with reapplication of penetrating water repellent. Some of the remaining work will create roadway impacts on the Colton Avenue Bridge, narrowing traffic to one lane. Flaggers will be present when conditions require one lane traffic. Please continue to be vigilant within the construction zone to ensure safety of residents and workers. The project is expected to be

COVID-19 Update

During this uncertain time, the Souris River Joint Board wants to assure Mouse River Basin residents that we are as committed as ever to the continued design, construction and completion of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project. As the construction season gears up, recommendations from the ND Department of Health and other state/federal regulatory agencies are being followed by contractors working on the three active construction projects (MI-1 4th Avenue Floodwalls, MI-2 Napa Valley, and MI-3 Forest Road) within the City of Minot. These efforts are being undertaken to protect construction crews and community members from contracting and spreading COVID-19. Construction work will

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) MI-2/3 Napa Valley/Forest Road Phases Resume

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) MI-2/3 Napa Valley/Forest Road Phases Resume Work Minot, N.D. – Work along Phases MI-2 Napa Valley and MI-3 Forest Road of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) is scheduled to resume within the next few weeks, weather permitting. As the project moves toward completion, there are several elements left to construct including the installation of the relocated NAWS 36” water transmission main, removal of existing utilities in the area, completion of levee construction, rehabilitation of 16th Street and 7th Avenue, completion of the closure structure, Wee Links parking lot, and final restoration and site finishes. In ord

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