MnDOT to begin drainage repair and resurfacing of U.S. Highway 12 in Willmar
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will start work on the drainage repair and resurfacing of U.S. Highway 12, with an expected completion around the end of August.
WILLMAR — The Minnesota Department of Transportation will start work on scheduled drainage repair of U.S. Highway 12 beginning July 19 in Willmar in advance of a resurfacing project.
Crews will repair catch basins along Highway 12 from Sixth Street Southeast to 24th Street Southeast.
The project cost is tied to asphalt resurfacing project west of Willmar on Highway 12. The combined total project cost is $1.3 million.
The drainage repair portion of the project will take about one week to complete. Motorists can expect lane closures during the resurfacing.
The asphalt resurfacing portion of the project is scheduled to get underway the first week of August.
Work is scheduled to be complete by the end of August.
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