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In observance of the Juneteenth federal and state holiday, all Douglas County Government offices will be closed Wednesday, June 19. Offices will reopen on Thursday, June 20, for normal business.

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Prepare for major construction impacts at University/Lincoln and Quebec as project nears completion

If you’ve driven the intersection of University/Lincoln and Quebec in Highlands Ranch, you’ve seen the progress. In late June, there will be one final piece of concrete left to pave, and we are asking you to plan ahead for significant traffic impacts.

From 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22 to 5 p.m., Sunday, June 23, crews will pave in the middle of the intersection. For the safety of crews and the traveling public – and to increase paving efficiency and effectiveness – there will be very limited access through the intersection. Please consider an alternate route to bypass construction during this time.

Following this weekend, major concrete work will be complete, and crews will continue work on landscaping and striping operations, which will require daily intermittent lane closures. Full project completion is expected later this summer.

Prepare for traffic impacts.

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