Business/Event of the Week: Skate Late
Please bring your own skates. No hockey on the rink during this event. This will be a family friendly fun winter event. Let’s celebrate Jordan and Skate Late!
Press Release: At its December 3, 2018 meeting the Jordan City Council approved a design concept for the planned interchange at US 169 / TH 282 / CH 9 in Jordan. The approval comes following a 20 year stalemate between the City, Scott County, and MnDOT in achieving consensus on the future interchange design. Click the links to learn more.
Here is the map for the business to business Trick or Treating event that runs on Wednesday, October 31st from 3-5pm at these participating businesses.
So hear I am today… Working a full time job, 2 kids, a husband and a handful of barn animals, I still find time to create all of my “concoctions” as my husband calls them. I love seeing how they actually work for people and help with the situation they may have or burning that all natural non toxic soy candle in their home!
Some products also available at Radermacher’s in Jordan!
Business of the Week: A Brilliant View Professional Cleaning Services
Affordable Cleaning Services
Deadline to apply is June 30th:
Young women who wish to participate must reside in the Jordan school district, have completed their junior year of high school, be under the age of 21, cannot be pregnant or have children, and be of single status. Applications and further details are available by contacting email@example.com.
MnDOT will be resurfacing US 169 from Jordan to just north of Belle Plaine, and from just south of Belle Plaine to Highway 19. MnDOT’s project website is http://www.dot.state.mn.us/metro/projects/hwy169belleplaineandjordan/. MnDOT’s contractor plans to start as soon as April 30th, depending on weather conditions. Between Belle Plaine and Jordan, work will begin in early May on the southbound lanes. All traffic will be confined to the northbound lanes. In late June or in July, MnDOT will flip traffic from the northbound to southbound side. All US 169 traffic will be confined to two lanes (single lane each direction) until August 18th.
The project involves resurfacing of the 169 pavement and some access changes to driveways and intersecting roadways. Most significantly, the project involves construction of a ‘reduced conflict intersection’ design at Delaware Ave and US 169. More information on this type of layout is available at http://www.dot.state.mn.us/roadwork/rci/.
Questions regarding the project can be directed to: Kirsten Klein at firstname.lastname@example.org.