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Traffic Alerts – May 2024

Information courtesy of CDOT, RTD, C-470 and others

Posted on March 3, 2022 2023Transportation

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Traffic Alerts – May 2024

This alert page is a one-stop shop to keep up with construction, maintenance, and repair projects around Douglas County. Updates are added throughout the month as we receive information. Check back regularly to see what’s happening that might impact you.  Keep in mind all projects are weather dependent.

 Current projects in unincorporated Douglas County: 

Other Projects in Douglas County and surrounding areas that will affect traffic:

 

Roxborough Park Rd Construction
There will be a closure on Roxborough Park Road for one year (through March 2025) between Waterton Road and Titan Road.  This work involves scrapers and haul trucks traveling from east to west on Roxborough Park Road, creating stockpile placement for filing 7A in Sterling Ranch. A Traffic Control plan is in place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. No Saturday work is planned. For further information, please contact John Juranek at [email protected]

County Road 105 Bridge Repair Sedalia, CO
May 2024: Motorists can expect single-lane traffic with temporary traffic signals guiding motorists through the work zone. The County Road 105 Bridge Rehabilitation over Oakland School Gulch Project consists of rehabilitating approximately 103 feet of a bridge structure and roadway crossing over Oakland School Gulch. Douglas County maintains this section of roadway, also known as N. Perry Park Rd, and is south of Wolfensberger Rd in Sedalia, CO. The project includes removing portions of the present structure, asphalt milling, joint sealant, waterproofing membrane, hot mix asphalt placement, concrete patching, erosion control, traffic control, as well as other items.
Construction began on February 19, 2024. The anticipated completion date will be 90 days following the start date. West Fork Construction is the Contractor. For further information, please contact Neil Sarno at [email protected]

Traffic Striping
The Striping Crew’s summer schedule is Monday – Friday 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Long line striping starts May 1 throughout Douglas County with minimal traffic impacts. For further information, contact Greg Green at [email protected] or Carlos Zambrano at [email protected]

2024 Chip Seal Pilot Project
Chip sealing begins May 2024 with minimal traffic impacts anticipated along project routes which include Roundup Road, Stallion Circle, Black Forest Drive, Tenderfoot Trail, Whispering Pines Drive, and Bonanza Road. For further information, contact Keith Burke at [email protected]

RidgeGate Parkway New Pipeline Installation (Meridian Metro District is managing this project) 
The Meridian Metropolitan District (Meridian) is committed to providing a reliable and resilient water supply to our customers. The Parker Water & Sanitation District (Parker) and Meridian are installing a new pipeline and metering vault along  Ridgegate Parkway. This pipeline will “interconnect” Parker’s and Meridian’s potable water distribution systems. This Interconnect project will improve the reliability of these distribution systems in the event of an emergency. Construction started on February 19, 2024, and is anticipated to finish in May 2024. Construction will take place Monday through Friday, there will be no work scheduled on the weekends. For the duration of the project the acceleration lane on Ridgegate Parkway to the west of Hillsboro Street and the sidewalk along Ridgegate Parkway will be closed. For a period during construction the T-Intersection of Hillsboro Street and Ridgegate Parkway will be closed. Once the pipeline and metering vault have been installed landscaping restoration and installation of a new sidewalk will be completed. For further information, please contact [email protected] or call #303-790-0345.

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