City Projects

All Projects Updated 12/18/2018

American Public Works Association Award

On Monday, August 27, Dan Hartman accepted the American Public Works Association (AWPA) Project of the Year award for the US 6 and 19th Street Interchange project along with representatives from Muller Engineering and Kraemer NA. The project competed with hundreds of other applicants for this prestigious national award.

AWPA US 6 and 19th Street Award

Demolition of former Mortuary-Demolition has begun on the old mortuary building on 11th and Washington. The sidewalk will be closed during the demo and parking spots will be lost.

The sidewalk will re-open for downtown events however so that there will be pedestrian access during the following dates:

November 22, 23, 24, 30 (Candlelight Walk)

December 1, 8, 15 (Christmas Parade)

Pedestrian Walkway on Washington Ave

As construction continues on the Buffalo Rose, a pedestrian walkway will be put in place and a few parking spaces on Washington will be impacted for approximately three weeks.

North Washington Complete Street Project

With warmer than average weather, work has progressed quickly. We anticipate paving to be complete 12/21/18 in phases 1&2.  After final striping, we plan to open the road by 12/24/18 – weather dependent. There will still be road work in the area to complete lighting and landscaping.  Work will be suspended thru the holidays and the contractor will return to begin phase 3 on 1/7/19. Phase 3 consists of a full closure from 2nd St to 6th St with resident access only.

Contact John Hardy (303-384-8195) or Dan Hartman (303-384-8150) with questions

Concept Plan for section between Hwy 93 and Iowa Street (Area A)

Concept Plan for section between Iowa Street and 2nd Street (Area B)

Options for the section between 2nd Street and Hwy 58 (Area C)

An Open House was held on April 11, 2017 to present preliminary design concepts for the North Washington Complete Street Project. Concept selections (available for download above) have been made based on comments received at both the January and April open house meetings. The concepts focused on engineering solutions to pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle traffic on North Washington between Hwy 93 to 10th Street. Public Comments from the January 23, 2017 meeting are available for download below by area of interest.

2018 Street Improvement Program

Work is complete on the 2018 Street Improvement Program. During the course of the program, we repaved 46 streets and 1 parking lot. This resulted in 152,933 square feet of new asphalt surfaces throughout the city and required 17,525 tons of asphalt.

Contact John Hardy with questions: 303-384-8195

The City Streets department has begun crack sealing.

Street Closures

The closure of 17th St. between Washington to Jackson for construction staging and access for CSM’s new project at 1750 Jackson St has been extended through the end of the year

Ulysses pedestrian Integration:

The road is open to normal traffic. There will still be landscaping activities going on.

Contact John Hardy (303-384-8195) with questions

Arapahoe St. between 13th and 14th (in front of Calvary Episcopal Church) will be closed for construction activities beginning Dec. 3rd and lasting for approximately 4 months.  Parking spaces will also be lost during this time.

Elm St. will be closed between 18th and 19th St this week. A concrete crew will be working on modifications to the Elm St. roundabout.  Contact John Hardy (303-384-8195) with questions.

Water Tank Re coating Project- contractor to mobilize to 6400 tank on Nov.30th. Sand blasting will begin later this week or early next week. Tank will be offline for several months.

Contact Les Major with questions: 303-384-8170


Concrete Replacement

Work will begin on 11/28/18 on Table Mountain Parkway. The work includes replacement of trip hazards, ADA accessible upgrades and replacement of deficient concrete.

Contact John Hardy (303-384-8195) with questions.

Heritage Road Roundabout Work

Work was completed on W 4th Ave. roundabout.  Work will begin on Eagleridge and Heritage.  This work should take a day or two but won’t close the road.

Contact Dan Hartman with questions at 303-384-8150.

COG Mesa

 Golden was named after Thomas L. Golden,
a gold prospector who arrived in Jefferson County in 1858.

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