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Highway 75 Redesign
Our Highway 75 corridor serves as part of the US highway system and as our main street.
We want a corridor that will safely serve our community and visitors, offer safe pedestrian use and welcome travelers to our thriving community.
We are working with the Iowa DOT on a design that would change Highway 75 in Sioux Center to an enhanced 4-lane roadway.
This design features two lanes of travel in each direction with medians and a center turn lane.
Construction is slated for 2023-24, with project completion set for 2025.
Highway 75 Preliminary design concepts
View Preliminary Design Concepts shared at Public Information Open House on April 20, 2021, and share feedback.
To share comments or questions before May 31, 2021, first view the slides, then follow the link on the second-to-last slide or print the included comment card on the last slide and submit it to the City Office. To share feedback after May 31, 2021, please send them via email.
If you have any difficulty viewing the slides, contact Maggie at the City Office.
For more background information, you can also View Streetscape Concepts shared at Oct. 29, 2020 Community Open House.
Designed for safety
Landscaped medians calm traffic and create a safe zone for pedestrians crossing the street. They can also decrease the number of conflict points where traffic turns.
Effective & Accessible
Two lanes will help traffic flow and allow for more space between vehicles for safety and for turning traffic.
For years to come
City staff and the city council are considering how the highway can best serve the community today and 40 years or more from today, the anticipated lifespan of the road design.
A Sioux Center Welcome
Highway 75 is our community's front door. Landscape and design elements can create a welcome impression and a theme that carries through the community.
Ideas and comments shared by the public have influenced current concept drawings. Thank you for your ongoing feedback through the community open house and Highway 75 surveys. The city will continue to seek public feedback throughout the design process.
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