Minnesota Department of Transportation

511 Travel Info

Hwy 24–Annandale

Hwy 55 to Poplar Ave., Wright County

Current impacts

Detour

Reconstruct Hwy 24 between Hwy 55 and Park St. in Annandale.

Motorists

Hwy 24 detour map
Detour in Annandale, follow signs. Click map for PDF
  • Hwy 24/Oak Ave. closed between Park St. and Hwy 55. Detour uses Poplar Ave. and Hwy 55. Detour map, PDF

Pedestrians

  • Sidewalk closures along Hwy 24. Follow detour signs.

Downtown Annandale is open

Access is open to businesses, residents and visitors, however expect changes. Consider back/side entrances, or calling your destination ahead of time for parking or access directions. Map courtesy of the of Annandale. Image, JPG

Current work

Project update through September

Construction continues on Hwy 24/Oak Ave. between Hwy 55 and Park St. in downtown Annandale.

Crews replace underground utilities in downtown Annandale on Aug. 19.
Crews replace underground utilities in downtown Annandale on Aug. 19. Photo by MnDOT

Crews continue to:

  • Grade, compact and build up the road bed surface materials in areas.
  • Replace storm sewer and hook-up individual services to the newly installed city sanitary sewer and water main.
  • Sidewalk work will begin after curb and gutters and road approaches are installed. Pedestrians should stay out of closed areas and follow detour signs. Walkways may be rubber mats.
  • The work zone may change throughout the day. Watch for changes, signs, workers and equipment.

A final layer of bituminous will be paved on the entire project in September. Expect single lane closures, flaggers for this work. Update as of Aug. 20, 2020.

About this project

Reconstruct Highway 24 from Highway 55 to north of Poplar Ave. in Annandale, includes city utilities and pedestrian access improvements.

Location map Hwy 24 roadwork in Annandale in 2020
Reconstruct Hwy 24 in Annandale in 2020. Click map for PDF

Summary of work

  • Reconstruct the road with a new asphalt surface, includes parking, side street approaches and entrances
  • Replace curb, gutters and storm sewer
  • Replace underground city utilities, includes water main and sanitary sewer
  • Improve pedestrian access, includes wider sidewalks and approaches