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Posted on: September 3, 2021

[ARCHIVED] North Sheyenne Street urban reconstruction project moving to phase 3 Tuesday, Sept. 7

North Sheyenne Street urban reconstruction Project Moving to Phase 3

On Tuesday, Sept. 7, the north Sheyenne Street urban reconstruction project will move into phase 3. This phase will close Sheyenne Street from north of the Choice Bank access near 2nd Avenue W. to Main Avenue W. It will also close small portions of 1st and 2nd Avenues W.  

Detour routes will be set up to provide access to businesses in phase 3. Access for Choice Bank and Furniture for Less will be from the west via 2nd Avenue W. Access for Sandy’s Donuts and Bernie’s Wine & Liquors will also be from the west via Morrison Street. On the east side, access for Classic Floral will be from the alley driveway off the Main Avenue W. frontage road on the east edge of Petro Serve USA. Access for 1st Avenue W. residents, Lynx Logistics and Westside Wellness, and Dasch’s Duds Laundromat will be via Second Avenue W. using the Shepherd of the Valley Church alley and parking lot. Kensok Hardwood Floors will use the West Fargo Public Schools district building parking lot for access via Sukut Street.

To see business access routes and public parking, as well as detour routes, please visit the project's page. The public can register for project alerts at

On Tuesday, Sept. 7, phase 2 will reopen for two-way traffic from the south end of 4th Avenue W. to Choice Bank’s Sheyenne Street access. There will be intermittent, temporary lane closures in this phase while the final work is completed. The phase is tentatively scheduled to be fully complete by Monday, Sept. 27.

Motorists in the area may encounter congestion and delays during the morning and evening commutes and should adjust their travel plans accordingly. Always use the ‘S’ check when traveling in and around construction areas – check your speed, space and stress.

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