Adams County and Brannan Sand and Gravel are scheduled to begin a significant street maintenance program, paving approximately 77 lane miles in three different areas of unincorporated Adams County at the beginning of July. The project's scope will include asphalt milling, patching, overlay and striping operations. Work at Area 1 will take place in Sherrelwood, paving over 20 streets in the neighborhood west of Interstate 25 and north of US Highway 36. Area 2 operatio¬ns will take place in two sections of E. 152nd Avenue between Interstate 76 and Imboden Road. Paving in Area 3 will occur in the neighborhood east of Hayesmount Road between streets E. 167th Place and E. 163rd Place. Please reference project maps for exact paving locations.
- The project is set to begin in early July and is anticipated to be complete in October, 2023.
- Normal working hours will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Crews will begin working in Area 1 in July.
- Operations will transition to Area 2 and 3 in late August for the remainder of the project.
Week of Sept. 25
Upcoming Travel Impacts
During the week of Sept. 25, crews will be working in the Rocking Horse Neighborhood of Area 3 in Brighton. General working hours will take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please see the following travel impacts and scheduling below:
Milling Operations and Locations:
- The project team will begin milling 152nd Avenue in Area 2 on Thursday, September 14, between Hayesmount Road and Imboden Road. The roadway will be open to eastbound travelers only. Drivers going westbound will be detoured south on Imboden Road to 120th Avenue, and north on Hayesmount Road to access 152nd Avenue from the west end of the closure. Access to side streets and neighborhoods within the closure will be open to travelers from the eastbound lane. This is expected to continue until Wednesday, September 20.
- Crews will continue milling streets in the Rocking Horse neighborhood of Area 3 through the end of this week until Friday, September 22.
- While crews are milling, there will be no parking on the impacted streets from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please adhere to the “No Parking” signs during this time, or your car will be towed out of the construction area to a nearby location. Once the “No Parking” signs have been removed, drivers may park on the roadway as usual.
- Drivers can expect flagging operations with some alternating lane closures within the neighborhood construction zones. While crews are milling, residences and businesses will remain accessible.
- After the roadways have been milled, they will remain milled for several days until crews begin paving operations. This will likely occur three to five days after milling.
- The project team does not anticipate major delays, however, travelers are encouraged to account for up to 10 minutes of extra travel time.
Paving Operations & Locations:
- Crews will be paving the Rocking Horse Neighborhood with no milling operations in any project location for the week of September 25.
- While paving operations are taking place, drivers can expect single alternating lane closures with flagging operations.
- There will be no parking on the impacted streets during paving work from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please adhere to the “No Parking” signs during this time, or your car will be towed out of the construction area to a nearby location.
- Access to driveways will be limited during this time, however, if travelers need to access a home or business while the roadway is being paved, accommodations can be made by the crews on-site.
- After the roadway has been repaved, please try to limit driving activity and sharp turns when possible for 24 hours.