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Concrete Street Repairs


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Project Description

This project consists of the replacement of damaged concrete pavement sections on Crowfoot Valley Road from Pradera Parkway to the Town of Parker and safety improvements  to Pine Drive adjacent to the Parker Core Knowledge Charter School.


Construction began on July 8 and will take approximately two months to complete.

Sept. 21 – 25
Crowfoot Valley Road between Pradera Parkway and the Town of Parker will be intermittently reduced to one lane for concrete pavement repairs between the hours of 7 am and 7 pm. Delays are expected and alternate routes are advised.

Chato’s Concrete, LLC

Project Inspector
Keith Burke
[email protected]


Why is the county replacing pavement sections on Crowfoot Valley Road?
The concrete pavement on Crowfoot Valley Road is over 20 years old and sections have been damaged by alkali-silica reaction (ASR) and chemical deicers, which are causing the concrete to disintegrate.  Some sections have experienced accelerated wear due to heavy traffic and also need to be replaced.  The planned work will extend the useful life of the pavement by several years.

Why wasn’t the project finished last year?
Sections of pavement on Crowfoot Valley Road from the Town of Castle Rock to Pradera Parkway were repaired using available funding in 2019.  Additional funding was set aside as part of this year’s pavement management budget in order to complete the work.

For all other issues, contact Dan Roberts, Project Engineer for Douglas County Public Works Engineering at [email protected].us or 303-660-7487.