Desert Ridge Place Storm Sewer Reconstruction
Castle Rock Water, in partnership with the Public Works Department, will be performing work along Desert Ridge Place to reconstruct existing storm sewer infrastructure that has failed. The project will include replacement of two existing storm drain inlets and connecting storm pipe under the roadway. Work will also include replacement of street asphalt pavement and concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk surrounding the work area.
Access and disruptions
Lane and sidewalk closures along Desert Ridge Place will be necessary during construction and street parking will be unavailable within the work zone. Residents will be notified if there is a need to restrict access to driveways during construction. Impacts to driveways are expected to be limited to brief periods when equipment and materials are being delivered or removed the site. The Town will ensure at least one lane remains open at all times during construction.
Please note: Sidewalk and street repair is expected in July and notification of street, lane and sidewalk closures will be mailed directly to residents. "No Parking" signs may be placed on the street approximately 24 hours before the work will occur. Vehicles parked in violation of these signs will be towed, at the violator's expense. Castle Rock Police Department will need to be contacted to get information regarding impoundment. All vehicles located within the repair area will need to be moved by 7 a.m. on the date of the notice to allow the contractors access to the work area. Concrete repairs will require a minimum of 24 hours of curing time before the work area can be reopened and streets should be reopened by 5 p.m. on the designated work day.
Construction activities will take place weekdays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., although work may also occur outside those times as approved by the Town to accommodate special conditions. Residents will be notified in advance of any work outside of these hours.
Disruptions to sanitary and / or water services are not anticipated.
May – July 2021
The construction contract was awarded to 53 Corporation, LLC. This project is being funded through the Stormwater Enterprise Fund in the amount of $84,605.