Osseo Road reconstruction

County Road 152 in Minneapolis

Hennepin County is preparing to reconstruct Osseo Road (County Road 152) from Penn Avenue (County Road 2) to 49th Avenue in Minneapolis.

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2022.

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Project information

The existing roadway has reached the end of its service life and is due for replacement. The reconstruction will replace existing pavement, curbs, gutters, sidewalks and storm water structures.

In addition, the county is determining other features of the reconstruction. The goals of the design process include:

  • Improving roadway and intersection safety
  • Enhancing traffic operations
  • Improving the corridor for people biking, walking, rolling, riding the bus and driving

map showing progress on Osseo Road

About the corridor

Osseo Road is part of County Road 152, which stretches from the northern to southern limits of Minneapolis.

In 2013, Osseo Road was reconfigured from a 4-lane roadway to a 3-lane roadway with on-street bicycle facilities.

Other projects near the area

A segment of County Road 152 south of this area, the Webber 44 corridor, is planned to be reconstructed in 2020.

In June 2019, the METRO C Line bus rapid transit line opened. The C Line route runs between downtown Minneapolis and Brooklyn Center including on Osseo Road.

Other projects are being planned for this corridor, including:

Public involvement

Share your feedback

People who live, work and travel on and around Osseo Road are encouraged to share their feedback and experience walking, rolling, biking, riding the bus and driving on/along Osseo Road between Penn and 49th avenues. You can share your feedback through a variety of ways.

Take our survey

Submit your comments online by taking this survey.

Upcoming events

Attend this upcoming event: 

Open house

Thursday, November 14
5 to 7 p.m.
Faith Baptist Church
4350 Russell Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55412

Osseo Road open house boards (PDF)

Osseo Road handout (PDF)

Previous event

Walking tour

Project staff hosted a walking tour on Saturday, November 9, 2019. 

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