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Street Paving


 Douglas County takes COVID-19 seriously and will ensure our contractors follow appropriate health and safety practices as recommended by the Association of General Contractors (AGC) and Colorado Contractors Association (CCA)


Project Description

This project consists of re-surfacing of streets in need of repair throughout the county.  If they exist, broken and damaged sidewalks are fixed and curb ramps are replaced by the sidewalk contractor, ahead of this project.  See the 2020 Transportation Improvement Project Map for specific locations.

To view street paving in Highlands Ranch click here.

Most streets require rotomilling to remove some of the top layers of asphalt before paving begins.  Areas of damaged and cracked asphalt are also repaired, before the final layer of new pavement is placed.


Work on the 2020 program began April 13 and be completed by the end of September.  View the weekly schedule to see where paving work is scheduled for the week.

Streets will be posted with “no-parking” signs prior to the start of the work, in locations where repairs are planned.  If work is expected to occur in front of your driveway, the Contractor will contact you regarding moving your vehicles out of your garage and driveway for the 72 hours needed to perform the work and allow the concrete to strengthen.


Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
Project Manager: Brian Ruddell
Phone: 720-926-2160
[email protected]

Project Inspector
Brian Schultz
Phone: 303-947-8721
[email protected]


My vehicle was towed because it was left in the construction zone.  How do I find out where it went?
Please contact Westside Towing at 303-688-5244 for information on where your car was towed.

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