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According to MnDOT, the bridge will remain closed for approximately four months while crews remove and replace the bridge deck.
06/26/2019 10:16 am
The newest edition of the Plymouth News is now available, including info on Music in Plymouth, the Plymouth Creek Center, Rockford Road and more.
06/24/2019 3:28 pm
Phase 1 of the Rockford Road (County Road 9) bridge over I-494 project is complete ahead of schedule – and the north ramps are set to reopen prior to the Friday, June 21 morning commute.
06/20/2019 8:50 pm
The beach-front shows feature music, colorful costumes and water ski entertainment, including jumps, pyramids and choreographed moves.
06/20/2019 9:15 am
Children may decorate their bicycles, tricycles and strollers, and participate in the parade. AlphaBits Band will take the stage following the parade.
06/20/2019 8:48 am
Plymouth Creek Center open house attendees may provide feedback on the types of space, uses, layout and design of an initial draft.
06/19/2019 12:39 pm
Residents and business owners are invited to learn about the benefits of solar ownership, incentives and financing options.
06/14/2019 12:35 pm
Plymouth Farmers Market vendors sell fresh, locally grown produce and prepared foods Wednesday afternoons during the summer months.
06/11/2019 4:59 pm
Due to popular demand, the Plymouth Public Safety will offer an additional workshop to teach children how to handle an emergency while home alone.
The “slow – no wake” order for Medicine Lake has been lifted. The order had been in place to protect the shoreline while water levels were unusually high.