Roadway Improvement Projects

The CSAH 14 (Main St/125th Ave) and County Road 53 (Sunset Ave) intersection

Anoka County is partnering with the cities of Blaine and Lino Lakes to reconstruct the CSAH 14 (Main St/125th Ave) and CR 53 (Sunset Ave) intersection. The improvements will make the area safer and allow for more free-flowing traffic. Visit to learn more about the project and provide your feedback through Jan. 30.

Prefer to comment or ask questions in person? Mark your calendar and attend an in-person public open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 25 at Sunrise Elementary School in Blaine. 

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2022 Surface Water Maintenance Project

The 2022 Surface Water Maintenance Project includes removing sediment from ponds near Langer Lane & Clearwater Creek Drive, White Oak Road & Birch Street, and West Shadow Lake Drive & Fox Road (see map below). 

Sediment removal work is scheduled to begin the week of December 12th, 2022. The substantial completion of the project, which includes restoration of any disturbed areas, is April 30, 2023.

Surface Water Maintenance Project (PDF)

2022 East Shadow Lake Drive Utility Project

The contractor is on schedule to reinstall mail boxes and signs on November 14th. 

On April 25th, 2022, the City of Lino Lakes awarded a contract to Dresel Contracting, Inc. for construction of the 2022 East Shadow Lake Drive Utility Project. The project scope includes repairs to the sanitary sewer, the watermain, and the storm sewer at the intersection of East Shadow Lake Drive and Lantern Lane. 

East Shadow Lake Drive Project (PDF)

CRJ and Hodgson Road Improvement Project

The City is working with Anoka and Ramsey Counties, along with the City of Shoreview to design improvements for the reconstruction of County Road J and Hodgson Road intersection and approaches. The project is planned for construction in 2023.

CRJ and I-35E Interchange Improvement Project

The existing I-35E and County Road J interchange, and the surrounding area, have several safety, congestion, and access issues that impact motorists and all users of the corridor. Additional development is anticipated near the interchange and will increase traffic and public demands for pedestrian facilities; more emphasis will be needed to improve traffic safety. The project is planned for construction in 2024.