Phase MI-2 Napa Valley
urban flood control
The Napa Valley segment of the project begins at the west edge of Minot at the Highway 83 Bypass and ends at 16th Street SW across the Mouse River from the Minot Water Treatment Plant, on the north side of the Mouse River. The features through this segment of the project are predominantly earthen levees with an average height of approximately 14 feet. The existing levees through this stretch have an average height of approximately 7 feet. The Napa Valley segment includes a transportation closure structure at 16th Street SW which will consist of a removable barrier floodwall that is erected only during large flood events. The Napa Valley segment of the project includes a storm water pump station in the vicinity of 7th Ave and 20th Street SW, approximately 2 blocks south of Perkett Elementary School.
The Napa Valley levee will impact the Souris Valley and Wee Links Golf Courses. Impacts to these courses will be mitigated by modifying the course layout and moving or reconstructing the features that are impacted. The Dakota Bark Park, located on the west end of the project, will also be impacted by the new levee. The impacts will be mitigated to this park by re-configuring the existing fences and shelter in locations close to the existing park.
The access to Wee Links will change due to the project. The new access will be off of 16th Street in the vicinity of Forest Road. The new access and parking lot for Wee Links will also serve area fishermen, as the existing fishing pier near the Minot Water Treatment Plant will be relocated to the north side of the river, adjacent to the new Wee Links parking lot.
Construction began in 2018 and was completed in 2020.
Phase 2 & 3 - Napa Valley and Forest Road, 90% Design Flyover of the Project
Phase MI-2 Napa Valley Project by the Numbers
Time lapse cameras have been placed at three locations along this phase of the project. Select the image to enlarge it and then you can play the slide show to see the progress. Images are updated approximately every 15 minutes.
Construction Time-Lapse Video
Cameras were placed at four locations along this phase of the project. Still images were captured every 15 minutes from the start of the project in 2018 until it's completion in 2020. Play the video to view the entire construction period from the Perkett Ditch Pump Station. All other videos can be viewed here.