The city of Plymouth is hosting an open house from 5-6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 8, at Plymouth Middle School, to gather your feedback on the 36th Avenue Rehabilitation Project. There will be no formal presentation, so attendees can arrive at any time.
The project will include a full-scale rehabilitation of 36th Avenue from Highway 169 west to Zachary Lane, with construction beginning in the spring of 2025 and possibly extending into 2026. Preceding this work, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) will be replacing the 36th Avenue bridge over Highway 169 next year. Work will begin in April of 2024, with completion sometime in the fall of 2024. MnDOT will release more information soon.
Both projects will likely have significant impacts on traffic along the 36th Avenue corridor, which will directly impact Armstrong High School, Plymouth Middle School, FAIR School Pilgrim Lane, and Zachary Lane Elementary School..
Proposed improvements have been developed based on public feedback collected in May and June. Now the city is looking for feedback on the plan. Materials and feedback opportunities will be posted on the project website: plymouthmn.gov/36thavenue.