ST. CLOUD -- The city of St. Cloud is preparing for a busy construction season in 2015. City Engineer Steve Foss says they have just over $16,000,000 worth of road construction projects to complete this summer.

The projects on tap this season include a continuation of improvements in the Seberger neighborhood at a cost of $5,100,000, complete reconstruction of streets and sewer in the Raymond Avenue neighborhood including Wilson Avenue totaling $7,500,000 and re-paving 9th Avenue South.

Foss says 9th Avenue North was completed last year and now they'll focus on the south end.  Crews will complete a $1,500,000 overlay project on 9th Avenue from 4th Street South to 22nd Street South.  The remainder of 9th Avenue South/Clearwater Road will be re-surfaced in 2016.

Foss says they also have $1,100,000 worth of local street overlay and sealcoating projects across the city.  Improvements are also scheduled on a short stretch 22nd Street South between County Road 74 and Oak Grove Road at a cost of $833,000.

The projects will be paid for through a combination of funding sources including Municipal State Aid, property assessments, sewer and water utility funds and general obligation bonds.

For more detail on the projects, you can visit the city of St. Cloud's website.  Click here for a link to the construction page.