Crow Wing County to work on various county roads

Crow Wing County maintenance crews will seal cracks on various county roads.

Road construction sign
Road construction sign, low angle view
Contributed / Metro Newspaper Service

BRAINERD โ€” Crow Wing County maintenance crews will seal cracks early in the week on County Road 107 in Pequot Lakes/Nisswa, County Highway 15 in Gail Lake and Jenkins townships, and County Highway 17 in Pequot Lakes.

County contractors will also seal cracks throughout the week on county highways 3 and 4 in Lake Edward Township, and County Highway 3 in Mission Township and the city of Crosslake.

Crews may be working in the drive lane and on the shoulders simultaneously, creating the need to close one or more lanes of traffic. Signing, flaggers or portable traffic lights will control the traffic flow through these work areas.

Spring road load limits will be ending on all county-paved roads Monday, May 16. Gravel road load limits will remain in effect until conditions improve.

All maintenance work is weather sensitive and subject to delay or change.


For more information on the county highway system, or to report a roadway issue, call the county highway department at 218-824-1110 or visit .

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