Dakota County, in cooperation with the City of Eagan, is working to complete a corridor study of Cliff Road (County Road 32) from Lexington Avenue to Trunk Highway 3 in Eagan.
The corridor study will include review of current and forecasted traffic operations, potential for any future roadway and/or intersection improvements, trail locations along the corridor, pedestrian crossings and the location for a grade separated crossing of County Road 32 for the Mendota Lebanon Hills Greenway.
Cliff Road Study Video
Cliff Road Study Newsletter
Upcoming public meetings
The next public open house will be May 13.
Open house - May 13, 2019, 4:30-6 p.m.
Lebanon Hills Visitor Center (Discovery Room)
860 Cliff Rd., Eagan
Please join us to review improvement alternatives under consideration. Project staff will be available to answer questions, provide clarifications and collect feedback. A brief overview of open house content will be shared at 4:45 p.m. and 5:20 p.m. — please plan to arrive at one of these times if possible.
Online input period completed
The comment period for existing conditions has ended and comments are no longer being accepted. Please review the Cliff Road Input Summary for concerns and responses from the project team. You can also review comments left on the INPUTiD website. If you have questions or comments, please reach out to one of the project contacts.
Check back again soon. As improvement alternatives are developed and shared with the public, they will be uploaded into this mapping tool for public discussion.
Sign up for study updates
- Email updates: Sign up on the Bolton & Menk project page to receive email updates.
- Text updates: Text “projectinfo cliffroadstudy” to 468311
Open house - Jan. 17, 2019
The following were shared at the Jan. 17, 2010 open house:Cliff Road Open House Display BoardsDesign ConsiderationsOpen House Summary
Neighborhood meeting - Nov. 8, 2017
The following information was shared at the Nov. 8, 2017 neighborhood meeting:
Cliff Road Neighborhood Meeting Presentation
Meeting Questions & Responses