Engineering staff solves problems and makes things work more efficiently. Staff oversees the planning and designing of new construction and reconstruction of Marshall's sanitary sewers, water mains, storm drainage systems, streets and sidewalks and other projects to support residents and businesses. They also inspect construction, review and critique new site plans, developments and private improvement projects to ensure consistent application of city codes and standards, which improves neighborhood appearance and provides a heightened sense of livability.

City of Marshall Current Construction Projects in Bidding

City of Marshall 10-Year Capital Improvement Plan (C.I.P.) for years 2023-2032
5-Year Capital Improvement Plan (C.I.P.) Map for years 2023-2027

City of Marshall ADA Transition Plan for Public Sidewalks & City Rights-of-Way - City Council approved on 8/25/2020

Engineering Permits

Driveway / Access Management Ordinance - Sec 62-11 - Established 4/12/2022

2019-2020 Sump Pump Application

Resolution Establishing a Complete Streets Policy for the City of Marshall, MN

The City of Marshall has a policy where property owners can receive reimbursement for costs relating towards sidewalk replacement. The City is offering $2.50 per square foot of sidewalk replacement up to $750 per property address (one beneficiary is limited to $2,250 of reimbursement per year). The link below details the policy and the requirements to receive the reimbursement.
Sidewalk Cost Participation Policy

The Municipal State Aid Street (MSAS) program provides funding to assist municipalities with the construction and maintenance of community-interest streets on their state aid systems. The program is administered by MnDOT’s State Aid for Local Transportation (SALT). A street may be designated as a MSAS route if it is projected to carry a relatively heavier traffic volume or is functionally classified as a collector or arterial, if is connected points of major interest, and if it provides an integrated and coordinated highway and street system.
Current City of Marshall MSAS Route Map

Engineering Documents 
Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB's)