Message from Mayor Labadie


1/5/2021

Shorewood residents:
PLEASE SPEAK UP and HELP make Highway 7 safer!
 

MnDOT is studying the Highway 7 corridor to identify needed safety improvements. The study includes evaluating the Highway 7 intersections which impact Shorewood.

How can you help?

View MnDOT’s virtual presentation. After you've watched the presentation, please use the interactive comment map to note YOUR safety concerns, ideas or questions for the Highway 7 corridor; you can click on any and all intersections that concern you and write specific comments about those intersections. The interactive comment map is on the MnDOT project page.

After the conclusion of this traffic safety study, MnDOT will prepare a formal report and outline actions that will be taken in response to each safety issue listed in the team’s draft report.

Residents, YOU SPOKE UP after the fatal collision at Eureka and Highway 7 occurred this past summer. SPEAK UP AGAIN!  Report your concerns and ideas on the MnDOT interactive comment map. A large display copy of the traffic study map is located in Shorewood City Hall for hand-written comments.   

11/4/2021
State of the City with Mayor Jennifer Labadie
Presented to Excelsior Chamber of Commerce members



Shorewood Reaches Out to MnDOT Following Fatal Highway 7 Collision

After a tragic collision at the intersection of Eureka Road and Highway 7 claimed the life of 20-year-old Parker Nelson, I wrote a letter to the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation.  This letter includes the names and contact information of individuals that Shorewood residents should contact with their concerns about the safety of this intersection or the safety of the Highway 7 corridor in general.  The letter can be found on Shorewood’s website at http://ci.shorewood.mn.us/index.php by scrolling down to “Latest News.”


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