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Street Construction

The City works on a large number of street construction projects throughout the year. Some are major projects planned for and budgeted through our Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Others, like asphalt overlay and slurry seal projects, are maintenance programs to improve ride quality and extend the period between major rehabilitation or reconstruction. We also work on infrastructure improvements in and around streets like sanitary sewer, water mains, and storm drainage.

Active Construction Projects

We track all active construction projects in an online map. For upcoming projects, see the City's Capital Improvement Program.

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Projects Completed in 2023


* The City partners with the South Dakota Department of Transportation on projects involving state or federal roadways (for example, when an interstate is involved). While updates for these projects are not hosted on this website, we’ve included links above to help you find them.

Want to receive construction updates?

Subscribe to the City's street construction newsletter for monthly updates on all projects. You can also subscribe to an individual project to receive updates while that project is active.

Our Street Construction team discusses active projects in our monthly Public Works Update. You can view previous episodes in our YouTube archive.

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Planning for Street Construction

All roads eventually need repair. As the City grows and expands, changing commuter routes require capacity improvements or new construction. Engineers work hard to plan for both repairing and building new roads throughout the City. Major projects often involve feasibility studies to help forecast infrastructure needs.

Future Projects 
CIP Page 

Every year we detail projects we are planning for the next 5 years in the Capital Improvement Program. This is presented to the City Council for approval each year. Projects are funded primarily through the Second Penny Sales Tax. You can find the most recent edition online to see if anything is planned for your neighborhood or commute.