Adams County is improving the 62nd Parkway and 62nd Avenue corridor between Pecos Street and Washington Street. The overall objectives for this project are to:
- IMPROVE roadway safety, traffic operation functionality, pedestrian access facilities, and drainage system
- REDUCE long-term operation costs
- REFLECT the County Transportation and Comprehensive Plan and Making Connections/SW Adams County Plan
The Project consists of widening/reconstructing roadway; improving intersections; installing curbs, gutters, sidewalks, ADA ramps, drainage system with water quality features; and implementing landscaping to improve safety, environment, and increase mobility capacity to serve increased growth and economic development.
Three virtual public meetings on the following dates:
- First Virtual Public Meeting – November 2020
- Second Virtual Public Meeting – March 2021
- Third Virtual Public Meeting - March 2023
The county recently added additional scope to upgrade the storm trunk line between 62nd Ave and I-76 and regional water quality pond to the project. The project schedule is listed below.
All dates below are estimated and subject to change.
- 30% Design by First Quarter 2021 (Alternative and Preliminary Concept)
- 60% Design by First Quarter 2022
- 100% Design and complete Right-of-Way Acquisition by Second Quarter 2023
Advertisement for the project construction is anticipated in October 2023 and Construction Completion is anticipated in December 2025.
|Huron Intersection looking east||Looking west to Pecos|
|Looking west to Pecos||Washington intersection looking SE|
Note that this project is concurrent with the Broadway and 62nd Avenue drainage improvements project.
Adams County Public Works
Jennifer Shi, P.E., Project Manager
720.523.6875 | Email