Attached below are all the materials from the Open House held on October 29th. If you have any questions about the process or any of the materials please call City Administrator, Tom Nikunen at 952-492-2535. Please feel free to fill out a comment sheet.
We have 4 public parking lots within a block of the Cinco de Mayo event. The City Hall parking lot is public parking. The lot at the new Council Chambers/History Center is public parking. The street along 1st street is a good close options. Also there is a new parking lot behind the MiniMet with about 45 public parking spots along with over 100 spots at the MiniMet. We want the event to be convenient and safe. Please respect all the private property and enjoy the evening. Thank you!
Business of the Week: Broadway Market
Broadway Markey has 6 fuel pumps at your disposal with diesel located on Pumps 1 & 2. Inside they have well-stocked variety of goods as well as a Hot Stuff Foods Deli where you can make sub sandwich, a wrap, take any premade items such as buffalo wings, dish pizzas or breadsticks. You can even make a pizza order made in store or to take home and bake on your own!
116 Broadway Street
Jordan, MN 55352
Lane closures on Highway 169 in Jordan begin April 18
ROSEVILLE, Minn. – Motorists may encounter delays as both directions of Highway 169 in Jordan is reduced to a single lane beginning Monday, April 18.
Southbound Highway 169 will be reduced to a single lane between Highway 21 and Highway 282 beginning at 7 a.m. April 18.
All southbound lanes will reopen by 3 p.m. Friday, April 29.
In addition, Highway northbound 169 will be reduced to a single lane between Highway 282 and Highway 21 daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 18-29.
These lane closures are necessary as crews complete work from a resurfacing and bridge project that began in the spring of 2015. For real-time travel information anywhere in Minnesota visit www.511mn.org or dial 5-1-1.
Go to MnDOT’s “Get Connected site — www.dot.state.mn.us/getconnected/ — to learn more about Minnesota’s investment in and maintenance of the state’s transportation system.
Further questions can be directed to Kirsten Klein 651-234-7506