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Minnesota in Autumn

Ongoing Hwy 10 Construction Projects - Impact to Coon Rapids & Champlin Branch Traffic

Low Clearance Begins Aug 4th at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. Intersection; Week of Aug. 8th at Fairoak Ave. Intersection in Anoka. Low Clearance Will Remain in Place Through Mid-Summer 2023.

Heads up to drivers with vehicles taller than 10 feet traveling through Anoka! Starting Thu, Aug. 4, temporary low clearance will go into effect at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. and Hwy 10 and during the week of Aug. 8 at Fairoak Ave. and Hwy 10 as crews construct new overpasses. 
In addition to semis and box trucks, this will affect vehicles like RVs, vans, or SUVs that use a rooftop carrier for cargo or bikes, or vehicles that tow a boat or fifth wheel trailer.
If you drive a tall vehicle, you will not be able to cross Hwy 10 at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. or Fairoak Ave., OR turn south onto Cutters Grove Ave. from Hwy 10 OR turn north onto Fairoak Ave. from Hwy 10. Instead, take one of the following alternative routes depending on your destination.
Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. access:

Drivers should be aware of a full closure on the south side of Hwy 10 at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thu, Aug. 4 for beam setting. Drivers will not be able to turn to/from Hwy 10 at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. on the north side of Hwy 10 will remain open.
Fairoak Ave. access:

During the beam setting at Fairoak Ave., there will be a full closure on the north side of Hwy 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (Date TBD, week of Aug. 8). Drivers will not be able to turn to/from Hwy 10 at Fairoak Ave., although Fairoak Ave. on the south side of Hwy 10 will remain open. Additional details will be provided in a future update.
As a reminder, the low clearance will not affect vehicles traveling through Anoka on Hwy 10. Please pay close attention to warning signs on Hwy 10 to avoid serious damage to your vehicle and the new overpasses/interchanges.
For additional information or questions, please contact the project team or visit the low clearance webpage

March 21, 2022
Contact: Kent Barnard
Office/Cell: 651-253-2803

Construction begins Monday, March 28 on Highway 10 Anoka Project

ROSEVILLE, Minn. – Reconstruction of more than two miles of Highway 10 between Thurston Avenue and Ferry Street/Highway 47 in Anoka is set to begin Monday, March 28.

Beginning Monday, March 28, construction crews will begin setting up traffic control to restrict traffic to a single lane in each direction on the highway. At the same time workers will move construction equipment onto the job site. Motorists will encounter single lane traffic throughout the work zone until work is complete this fall. 

Drivers should allow extra time when traveling on Highway 10 in Anoka and use alternative routes to avoid congestions and delays or avoid traveling on Highway 10. Drivers also are reminded to follow signed detour routes during closures and stay out of neighborhoods along the highway. 
This spring, the Minnesota Department of Transportation and the city of Anoka will begin an ambitious two-year construction project on 2.5 miles of Highway 10 in Anoka. MnDOT and the city are working together to repair aging roads and bridges and build new interchanges on the highway between Thurston Ave. and 7th Ave. in Anoka. The rebuilt road will improve traffic flow, decrease congestion and increase safety along and across Highway 10. 


hwy 10 project map

Construction is expected to be complete by the spring of 2024.

For more information, including upcoming traffic impacts, visit the Hwy 10 Anoka webpage. If you have any questions about the project, contact the project team at 763-400-3877 or 



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