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Minnesota in Autumn

AHCU's 2nd Annual Giving Tree

     

Help us Support Local Homeless Youth by Making a Donation.

As this holiday season kicks off, you know there will be no shortage of giving opportunities. But you may not know that more than 6,000 of our youth face homelessness on any night across Minnesota. So we'd like your support during our 2nd Annual Giving Tree fundraiser. We are collecting donations this year for two organizations supporting homeless youth in our communities: Hope 4 Youth & Avenues for Youth.  

You can drop off donations at any branch location until December 31st. In addition, our branch's Christmas trees will be adorned with the organization's item requests. You can donate an item listed on the tree or make a monetary donation of your choice instead. 

Items Requested Include (new items only):

  • Razors
  • Body Lotion
  • Hair Brushes
  • Hair Conditioner
  • Men's Sweatpants
  • Men's Undershirts
  • Bath Towels & Wash Clothes

If you'd like to make a monetary donation instead, we are accepting those at any branch location


 

2022 AHCU Holiday Hours

AHCU will observe and be closed for the following holidays.

  lobby & Drive thru

Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Closed

Christmas Eve

Saturday, December 24, 2022

Closed

Christmas Day (Observed)

Monday, December 26, 2022

Closed

 

2023 AHCU Holiday Hours

AHCU will observe and be closed for the following holidays.  Hours are subject to change.

  lobby & Drive thru

New Year's Day (Observed)

Monday, January 2, 2023

Closed

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday, January 16, 2023

Closed

President's Day

Monday, February 20, 2023

Closed

Memorial Day

Monday, May 29, 2023

Closed 

Juneteenth

Monday, June 19, 2023

Closed

Independence Day

Tuesday, July 4, 2023

Closed

Labor Day

Monday, September 4, 2023

Closed

Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples' Day

Monday, October 9, 2023

Closed

Veterans Day

Saturday, November 11, 2023

Closed

Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 23, 2023

Closed

Christmas Day

Monday, December 25, 2023

Closed

 


First Year of Hwy 10 Construction in Anoka Wraps Up


As the first year of construction on Highway 10 wrapped up on November 23rd, Highway 10 traffic has reopened to two lanes of traffic in each direction between 7th Ave. and Cutters Grove Ave./Thurston Ave. through Anoka. The newly constructed westbound bridge over the Rum River and all ramps that were closed during construction have also reopened. However, westbound Hwy 10 access to/from Fairoak Ave. will remain closed and Fairoak Ave. will remain closed between Highway 10 and Main St. Service Rd.


Although major road work on Highway 10 has ended for the season, construction crews will continue working on noise walls near Highway 47/Highway 169/Ferry St., and on the westbound Highway 10 bridge at Thurston Ave., weather permitting.


The 2022 construction season saw completion of the new westbound Highway 10 Rum River bridge and the new 4th Ave. bridge, which now includes the new Rum River Regional Trail crossing. Additional work included building a safer Main Street interchange and construction of the westbound Highway 10 bridge over Fairoak Ave., the new eastbound bridge and portion of the new interchange at Cutters Grove Ave./Thurston Ave. and a new roundabout on Thurston Ave. at Green Haven Pkwy.


Through the winter months, roads will remain as they are now, including the new bridges and temporary signals that currently provide access around the Fairoak Ave. and Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. areas.


Walkers and bikers can cross Highway 10 at Main St., at Fairoak Ave. and at Thurston Ave./Cutters Grove Ave. during the winter season.
Temporary traffic signals at 4th Ave. and Pierce St./Pleasant Ave. and at McKinley St. and Hwy 47/St. Francis Blvd. will both remain operational year-round during the Hwy 10 Anoka project.


Motorists are advised to be alert when driving on Highway 10 this winter, due to new bridges and temporary signals in the area.
Next year, MnDOT will again restrict traffic to a single lane through the area for construction of the new eastbound Hwy 10 Rum River bridge. In addition, Hwy 47/Ferry St. will be rebuilt as a single point urban interchange. Motorists can expect closures and detours during the work. Noise wall construction also will be done during the 2023 construction season.


The new eastbound Hwy 10 bridge over Fairoak Ave. and the new westbound Hwy 10 bridge over Thurston Ave. also will be built during the 2023 construction season and motorists will also be detoured during the work.


MnDOT and the city of Anoka would like to thank residents, businesses and travelers for their patience during this year’s construction. MnDOT and the city of Anoka are working together to reconstruct and improve roads and bridges on Hwy 10 between Thurston Ave. and 7th Ave. through Anoka. When complete, the two-year Hwy 10 Anoka project will improve traffic flow, decrease traffic delays and increase safety. Construction is anticipated to be completed in spring 2024.


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


For updated road condition information, call 511 or visit https://511mn.org/

 
Contact: Kent Barnard
Office/Cell: 651-253-2803
Kent.barnard@state.mn.us 

 

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 info@Hwy10Anoka.com. 

MnDOT construction hyperlink image

 


 

 

 


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