PUBLIC WORKS/ENGINEERING

Emergency Water/Sewer After Hours On Call: 763.496.6809

The Albertville Public Works Department oversees and coordinates all of the activities associated with operation and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure and public facilities. The Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining the City’s streets, trails, storm sewers, water mains, and sanitary sewer system. The Department is also responsible for the City’s open spaces, buildings, parks, compost site, vehicles, and equipment.

The City Engineer is responsible for all public engineering and construction projects in the City of Albertville.  This includes the design, plan review and construction inspection of all public improvements, such as street, sanitary sewer, watermain, storm sewer and park improvements.

Adam Nafstad
City Administrator/Public Works Director/City Engineer
763.497.3384 ext. 100
anafstad@ci.albertville.mn.us

Tim Guimont
Public Works Supervisor
763.497.3145
tguimont@ci.albertville.mn.us

John Middendorf
Water/Wastewater Supervisor
763.497.0179
jmiddendorf@ci.albertville.mn.us

CITY DETAIL PLATES

CITY DETAIL PLATES 

Design and construction of public improvements within the City of Albertville shall be in accordance with the City’s Standard Detail Plates.

CURRENT PROJECTS

CURRENT PROJECTS 

Current projects will be added as they become available.

ROAD RESTRICTIONS

ROAD RESTRICTIONS 

Each year during the spring thaw (typically early-March to mid-May), State, County and local highway authorities impose axle weight restrictions to protect their roadways.

The two primary causes for premature deterioration of asphalt streets are weather and traffic. As the frost is leaving the ground during the spring thaw, the gravel under the street has high moisture content, which affects the load carrying capacity of the asphalt pavement. Therefore, in order to prolong the service life of the streets and highways, axle weight restrictions are imposed during the spring thaw when streets are most susceptible to damage due to heavy loads.

The exact dates on which seasonal limits go into effect and are removed vary depending on annual temperature variations. Seasonal load limits in Albertville go into effect on the date determined by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT).

WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS MAP

NOTIFICATIONS
Notification of the date road restrictions go into effect will be posted at the MnDOT website, or you may call (651) 366-5400 or toll free at (800) 723-6543.

EXCEPTIONS
Exceptions to the seasonal load limits in Albertville are made for emergency response vehicles, school buses and emergency utility repair vehicles/equipment. All other vehicles must follow the posted weight limits.

SNOW PLOWING
STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PROGRAM 

In an effort to protect our water resources, the city has a federal National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) storm water permit, administered by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

The permit requires the City, as the owner of a comprehensive storm sewer system, to develop a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program (SWPPP). The goal of the SWPPP is to reduce the discharge of pollutants from our storm sewer system.

The program has six goals:

  1. Public education and outreach
  2. Public participation and involvement
  3. Illicit discharge and elimination
  4. Construction site runoff control
  5. Post-construction storm water management
  6. Pollution prevention/good housekeeping

STORMWATER EDUCATION ARTICLES

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RELATED INFORMATION

SUSPECT AN ILLICIT DISCHARGE? REPORT IT!

Contact the City Hall at 763-497-3384, during business hours
After hours call Non-Emergency Sheriff Dispatch at 763-682-1162

STREET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

STREET CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 

Street will be evaluated yearly and may be moved up or moved back in the CIP.

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