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Public Works

Stonegate Neighborhood Paving Projects


Project Manager

Keith Burke, Inspector
[email protected]



Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
[email protected]

Project Update

Milling and Paving work in August 2022:

Weeks of August 1 – 12, 2022: Milling and paving on: Stoneledge Drive, Maple Rock Court, Sweet brush Drive, Hedge Lane, Autumn Rock Cove, Amberstone Way, Rockledge Cove, Amberstone Way, Parkside Drive, Saranac Way, Kennemere Lane, Bordeaux Court, Kettering Lane, Crimson Court, E Celestine Court, E Cornerstone Drive, E Cornerstone Lane, E Gypsum Court, E Opal Hill Drive, E Rock Brook Boulevard, S Amethyst Way, S Celestine Place, S Gemstone Court, S Riverstone Drive, S Sweet Rock Court, S Topaz Circle, and S Turquoise Court will have intermittent lane closures for road construction between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.


The 2022 neighborhood street paving program in Stonegate includes streets carried forward from 2021. See the 2022 Neighborhood Street Paving Map for specific locations.

On each street, work will be done in three phases – the first phase consists of sidewalk repairs and curb ramp upgrades, which will be performed by the County’s sidewalk repair contractor Chato’s Concrete. Sidewalk repairs will begin after March 15 and will usually take between 2 and 4 weeks per neighborhood; work on a single block will generally take 3 to 4 days. The second phase will take place later in the summer and consists of rotomilling to remove some of the top layer of asphalt, which generally takes 2 to 4 hours or less per block to complete. The final phase follows rotomilling by 1 to 2 weeks and includes placing the new overlay; this last phase may take 4 – 8 hours to complete.

During construction, access to driveways is allowed, with occasional short delays. If the sidewalk contractor needs to replace the walk in front of your driveway, they will notify you so you can move your vehicles before the work is done.

1 to 2 weeks before the start of sidewalk repairs, the County will send Cone Zone Mailers to notify adjacent residents of the planned work. Cone Zone Mailers will also be sent 1 to 2 weeks before the start of rotomilling.

1 to 2 days before the start of each phase of work, the Contractor will deliver a Cone Zone door hanger with the date of the start of that phase of work on your block.

Two days before the start of rotomilling and paving, no-parking signs will be posted along the streets scheduled for work. Construction will be done Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Sidewalk Contractor
Chato’s Concrete
Phone: 720-252-7959

Asphalt Contractor
Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
[email protected]

Note:  If your vehicle was towed because it was left in the construction zone, please contact Westside Towing at 303-688-5244 for information on where your car was towed.


  • Sidewalk Repairs were completed in May 2022.
  • Milling and Paving will occur in August 2022.

Project Manager
Keith Burke
[email protected]

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