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Mr. Steven Lillehaug L.

Traffic Engineer

City of Edina Minnesota

Direct Phone: (952) ***-****       

City of Edina Minnesota

4801 W. 50Th Street

Edina, Minnesota 55424

United States

Company Description

The City of Edina operates under a "Plan B" council-manager form of government. The City Council is comprised of a Mayor and four Council members. The City Council, elected at-large on a non-partisan basis, determines all matters of policy and appoints th... more

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Public Works Director and City Engineer
City of Brooklyn Center

Assistant City Engineer
City of Minnetonka

Traffic Engineer and Assistant Engineer
Braemar Golf Dome

Traffic Engineer and Assistant Engineer
Centennial Lakes Park

Traffic Engineer and Assistant Engineer
Braemar Golf Course

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Twin Cities Community News

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Highlights of the project include building a pedestrian bridge and improving water quality by creating a nontraditional median design to filter and treat water that usually runs off into Shingle Creek, said Steve Lillehaug, Brooklyn Center's director of public works. There's an aesthetic element, as well.


The planning funded by the grant ...

www.brooklyncenterschools.org [cached]

The planning funded by the grant should be complete by the end of the school year, said Brooklyn Center Public Works Director and City Engineer Steve Lillehaug. It has focused on schools in the city that serve students in kindergarten through sixth grade, he said.

Possible improvements range from adding or improving sidewalks and crosswalks near schools in addition to signage, according to Lillehaug.
The city's regular street reconstruction projects could include some of the improvements. MnDOT also offers grants for implementing projects identified during the planning stage, Lillehaug said.
"We have a pretty good system but there are some missing elements that we've identified and we'll be addressing," he said.
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A grant from Active Living Hennepin County is funding the development of school route maps in Brooklyn Center, Lillehaug said.
Additionally, the city and county are partners in a study of methods to increase walking and biking in Brooklyn Center. The study, which includes a survey of residents, is expected to be complete by the end of the year, Lillehaug said. "The goal of all of this is to encourage students and the community to lead healthier lifestyles," he said. Overall, the grants have provided the city an opportunity to evaluate all of its systems for pedestrians, Lillehaug said.
Residents may complete the biking and walking survey online through Monday, July 1, at surveymonkey.com/s/BCPedBikeStudy. Info: 763-569-3340 (Steve Lillehaug) or publicworks@ci.brooklyncenter.mn.us


Barker and Hedges Real Estate Blog

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Highlights of the project include building a pedestrian bridge and improving water quality by creating a nontraditional median design to filter and treat water that usually runs off into Shingle Creek, said Steve Lillehaug, Brooklyn Center's director of public works. There's an aesthetic element, as well.


Steve Lillehaug, the public ...

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Steve Lillehaug, the public works director in that city, told KARE he's hoping to get a lot of life out of the new materials.

"When these were installed in 2010 the price was $13.74 per square foot, which amounted to about $50,000 per intersection," he said.
"Life expectancy for the different marking options can be and is highly variable, dependent on many factors."
He said traditional epoxy paint is rated to last five years in this climate. Lillehaug said another alternative to thermoplastic is known poly-preformed plastic, which comes in standard sizes and can be less expensive depending on the size of the project.


Barker and Hedges Real Estate Blog

www.barkerhedges.com [cached]

Highlights of the project include building a pedestrian bridge and improving water quality by creating a nontraditional median design to filter and treat water that usually runs off into Shingle Creek, said Steve Lillehaug, Brooklyn Center's director of public works. There's an aesthetic element, as well.

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