Crow Wing County Highway 3 intersection reconstruction to begin

Reconstruction of the intersection of Crow Wing County Highway 3 and Executive Acres Road/Legionville Road will start Monday, Aug. 8, 2022.

A sign reading "Road Construction Ahead"

BRAINERD โ€” Crow Wing County has entered into a contract with Anderson Brothers Construction for the reconstruction of the intersection of County Highway 3 and Executive Acres Road/Legionville Road.

The project will include regrading the intersection to accommodate left turn lanes, improved sightlines, culvert work and a new bituminous surface.

Construction is set to begin Monday, Aug. 8, and run through Aug. 26. This schedule is subject to variability based upon weather and other factors. The road will remain open to traffic during construction, but single-lane closures and delays can be expected.

The county will post construction updates on Facebook, Twitter and the highway department website at .

Visit the countyโ€™s website or call the County Highway Department at 218-824-1110 for additional information on the project listed above or with any questions.

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