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Posted on: April 6, 2018

Highway 14 Road construction


It’s road construction season again!  

Road construction season will kick off in Waseca County on April 16 on Elm Avenue (Old Highway 14).  Elm Avenue will be closed for traffic starting April 16.  The closure will be from Deml Ford, through the city limits, to Maplewood Restaurant.

Short Summary :
The construction will take out the areas that were asphalted that need to be replaced with cement, along with completing sidewalks and gutters.

The first part of September, the intersection of Highway 13 and Elm Avenue will be under construction.

The expected end date for the Elm Avenue project is November 15, 2018.

There are three county road projects this summer.  No start date has been set for these.  The first one is County Road 8 from the east county line to County Road 12. The next one is County Road 63 from County Road 8 to Highway 30. The last one is County Road  75 from County Road 4, all the way to the Courthouse Park entrance.

As always, stay tuned for updates and other road closures.  For State highways, you can check the 511 website; for County roads,  look at the websites for the Sheriff's Office and for Waseca County.

Remember, when a road sign says it is closed it is “closed.”  A person can be cited for going around barricades.  When driving through construction sites, please slow down and pay attention to the road, making sure you're not distracted by anything.

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