Myrtle-Sterling Area Street Improvements

About the Project:

The Myrtle-Sterling Area Street Improvements, City Project 22-16, is a street and utility project proposed for construction during the summer of 2023. Currently, the proposed scope of the project includes replacement of the failing pavement, soil subgrade corrections where needed, spot replacement of deteriorated concrete curb and gutter, new concrete curb and gutter on streets that do not currently have it, upgrades to the existing storm and sanitary sewer systems, replacement of the existing cast iron water main on select streets, upgrades to the existing pedestrian walkways and restoration of boulevards and driveways disturbed by the project. Project staff are currently working on project feasibility and design.

We need your input!

In order to have another easy method for providing input into the project design, the City has worked with it's partners at Bolton and Menk, Inc. to create an online tool for residents to provide direct input on the project. Please click on the link below to access the InputID GIS map for the Myrtle-Sterling Project. In this easy to use mapping system, you will see an aerial view of the project area with project streets highlighted for reference. You can then use the comment tools to provide the design team with concerns you may have with the area streets or utilities, ideas or opportunities you see for improvements, or any other comments you'd like to leave us. The system is kind of 'social-media like' as well, with the ability to like or dislike comments or even provide your own thoughts on other comments.  It's OK to have differing opinions on things, so no matter what your thoughts are, we want to hear them. Please give this useful tool a try!

Myrtle-Sterling InputID

Neighborhood Meeting #1 

Neighborhood Meeting #1 was held on Monday, December 5, 2022. The notification for the meeting unfortunately did not arrive as anticipated, with many residents receiving the invite the afternoon of the meeting. We sincerely apologize for this issue and will do better for future meetings. Please utilize the links below to access the presentation as well as the questions and comments received at the meeting. 

If you have any questions or comments in regards to the project, please feel free to reach out to Project Manager Tyler Strong by phone at (651) 249-2402 or by email at Tyler.Strong@MaplewoodMN.Gov . Please do not hesitate to reach out; that's what we're here for!