The South Dakota Department of Transportation, along with the Sioux Falls Metropolitan Planning Organization and the City of Sioux Falls, will hold a public open house on Wednesday, January 14 to inform area residents of the recommendations resulting from the Interstate 229 26th Street Corridor Study.

Those areas that would be affected are:

  • I-229 Exit 5 (26th Street) Interchange
  • 26th Street from Cliff Avenue to Village Square Circle
  • Yeager Road from 26th Street to 33rd Street
  • 33rd Street from Cliff Avenue to Yeager Road
  • Southeastern Avenue from 18th Street to 33rd Street

The meeting will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at John Harris Elementary School, located at 3501 East 49th Street in Sioux Falls. A brief presentation will be made at 5:35 p.m. followed by an open house discussion with city, state and consultant staff.

For anyone unable to attend the meeting, additional information will also be available online at www.26thstreetcorridorstudy.com.

Copies of the study will also be available for public review at the SDDOT Sioux Falls Area Office, 5316 W. 60th Street North; or at the City of Sioux Falls Public Works Office at City Hall, 224 W. Ninth Street

For more information, contact Steve Gramm, Planning Engineer, at 605-773-6641 or by email at steve.gramm@state.sd.us.