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Published on May 24, 2024
Anoka County Prepares for Progress with New State-of-the-Art Coon Lake Maintenance FacilitySource: McGhiever, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Anoka County is bracing for a wave of progress as the Transportation Division and Parks Departments take on a project that will transform the Coon Lake Maintenance Facility. The old building was taken down on April 20 to make room for a state-of-the-art structure set to open its doors by November this year.

With the current space maxed out, the new facility promises to comfortably fit six plow trucks and create a better working environment for the staff from multiple county departments. According to the Anoka County Minnesota, the multi-use space will be a boon to the personnel from the Highway Department, Parks Department, and even the Sheriff’s Office. Residents who have been keeping an eye on departmental operations might well be able to finally breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that the essential support and maintenance operations are set to get a significant boost.

Boasting a well-planned design to accommodate all requisite equipment, the new facility does more than just house vehicles. It addresses a critical need for appropriate maintenance and storage capabilities. As winter approaches each year, the importance of having such an infrastructure cannot be understated, with county plow trucks playing a pivotal role in keeping the roads safe and navigable.

County representatives have been quick to reassure community members that their input is valuable during this transition. The public is encouraged to forward any questions or concerns by calling the office at 763-324-3100. As per the announcement made by Anoka County, callers will be directed to the appropriate individual to ensure that their queries are handled efficiently

For anyone looking to glean more details or follow the facility's construction progress, information is regularly updated on the Anoka County website.