Engineer

 

Welcome to the Koochiching County Highway Department

Our goal is to provide a high level of cost effective service and maintenance to the Koochiching County roadways and bridges.  Ensuring that all residents, visitors and businesses have access to a safe and functional transportation system. 

Public Meetings:

The Koochiching County Highway Department will be hosting public meetings for the following projects:

CSAH 24 - Van Lynn Extension and CN Rail Overpass.  This meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 at 5:00pm.  Location will be in the 3rd floor of the Courthouse.  Information from this meeting can be accessed in the tab on left or by using this link: CSAH 24 Extension and Overpass Meeting Information

CSAH 24/2nd Ave E. - Rebuild and Sidewalk.  This meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 at 5:00pm.  Location will be on the third floor of the Courthouse.  Information from this meeting can be accessed in the tab on left or by using this link: CSAH 24/2nd Ave E. Meeting Information

CR 97/CR 145 - Upgrade.  This meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at 5:00pm.  Location will be on the third floor of the Courthouse.  Some of the information that will be presented can be accessed in the tab on the left or by using this link:  CR 97/CR 145 Upgrade Meeting Information

Please Contact Joe Sutherland (218) 283-1186 or Trent Nicholson (218) 283-1187 with any questions.

Koochiching County will be ending Spring Load Restrictions effective Thursday May 17th, 2018 at 3:00am on all roads currently posted 7 ton or above. All roads currently posted at 5 ton or less, will remain under Spring Load Restrictions until Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 at 3:00am. There may be exceptions to this date depending on road conditions. Please obey the limits posted at the beginning of the roadway. The Koochiching County Highway Department appreciates everyone’s cooperation. Please feel free to contact Brad Qualley (218-324-2957) or Trent Nicholson (218-283-1187) with any questions.

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