Second Phase Of Theodore Wirth Pkwy Resurfacing Starts Oct 5

The City of Minneapolis is scheduled to close Theodore Wirth Pkwy the week of Oct 5 between the railroad bridge and Plymouth Ave N for a resurfacing project that is expected to last four weeks. Please follow posted detours and use caution in areas where work is being performed.

Wirth Parkway Project Map

Street resurfacing is a type of street maintenance that removes the top layer of asphalt pavement on a street and puts on a new layer of asphalt. This extends the life of the street between more expensive fixes. The asphalt pavement resurfacing is intended to last about 10 years.

Additional parkway sections are scheduled to be repaved in 2021 (see project map).

Contact Information

Project Page

Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board: Dan Elias, 612-499-3011,

delias@minneapolisparks.org

City of Minneapolis: Chris Trembath, 612-919-1196, chris.trembath@minneapolismn.gov

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