The Swayback Bridge in Ramsey Park is now closed to traffic in order to conduct flood repairs. Anticipated re-opening is set for the week of November 11th.
Due to damages sustained during the 2019 spring flooding and subsequent ice jams, the City of Redwood Falls solicited bids to restore the historic Swayback Bridge. The bid was awarded to EAI of Willmar, MN.
Currently EAI “Builder of Distinctive Projects” who specializes in historic stone restoration is working to replace the stone that was lost.
The City is asking motorists and pedestrians alike to be patient as these repairs are being completed in order to restore the bridge so all can safely enjoy this historic icon of our community.