MANKATO — The Minnesota Department of Transportation, in partnership with the city of Windom, is developing a long-term vision for driving, walking and biking improvements on Minnesota 60, and is seeking community feedback on the draft design concepts to help inform the final study recommendations.

An open house will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 26, at the Windom Community Center, 1750 Cottonwood Lake Dr., Windom. An early open house, from 3 to 4 p.m., is planned for members of the business community. Others are welcome to attend if that time is preferred.

During the open house, attendees can get a project update, review and provide feedback on the draft design concepts, and speak with project staff. No formal presentation is planned and attendees are welcome to arrive anytime.

The open house format will abide by COVID-19 guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health, including the recommendations to wear face masks, social distance six feet apart, and stay home if sick.

Additionally, materials will be posted after the open house on the project website,, for people to review and provide feedback through Nov. 12.