The Town is investing about $18.5 million in the Pavement Maintenance Program in 2023. The funding is primarily from the Transportation Fund, which includes revenue from sales tax, motor vehicle and building use taxes.
Updated March 6, 2023.
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48 to 72 hours prior to work beginning on your street, you will receive a bright green notification on your front door. This door hanger will notify you about temporary inconveniences, such as parking off of your street and blocked driveway access. If work is delayed due to weather or other issues, you will receive a new door hanger with updates. "No Parking" signs will also be placed on your street 24 hours ahead of construction, along with electronic message boards about 3 to 5 days before work begins.
Reviewed March 6, 2023.
Please email the Public Works Department or call 720-733-2462 to report any property damage. Public Works will respond to your request within two business days and corrections will be completed by the contractor within seven business days.
Sidewalks will still be accessible, and contractors will also assist residents to their homes by golf cart while street access is blocked. A phone number will be provided on the informational door hanger to request this service.
Please email the Public Works Department or call 720-733-2462 to provide feedback or ask questions. Near the end of the roadwork season, usually around September, a survey will be sent to your home. Your input helps us continue to improve our program and serve you better.