Shorewood roads


Weight restrictions have ended for the spring 2020 season. Road weight restrictions in Shorewood are according to state restrictions. Maps of Shorewood weight limits on local roads are available.  If you have questions, please contact city hall, 952.960.7900.

Material on city streets

  1.  City Ordinance and State Laws do not allow individuals to obstruct the travel lanes or utilize public rights of ways without permission to do so.
  2. Placement of rock, mulch, construction materials and roll-off containers are prohibited from being placed within the roadway surfaces.
  3. Any obstructions alongside and outside the roadway surface must first receive a permit.  Documents submitted must include provisions regarding traffic warnings for both daytime and nighttime conditions.
  4. Individuals or companies that do not abide by these rules may have their materials or obstruction promptly removed by the city, for which the offending party shall pay all labor machinery and storage costs for such removal.
Please contact the city, 952.960.7900, with questions or concerns. 


Street Sweeping

Shorewood public works crews sweep streets after road restrictions are removed each spring. The entire city takes three to four weeks to complete. If you have questions, please call the city at 952.960.7900. Report issues using SeeClickFix.

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Report a Road

City streets are inspected and assessed annually for any needed maintenance and hazards (resurfacing and drainage). Public Works staff also inspects any received notification of hazards in the streets. Call 952.960.7900 for more information or to report a street needing repair or report with SeeClickFix. Please be specific in describing the location and problem.

Issues with county roads should be reported to Hennepin County. Problems on state roads may be directed to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.