- Development & Transportation
- Transportation & Engineering
- Public Improvement Projects
Public Improvement Projects
Stakeholder Engagement Process
The Jefferson County Transportation and Engineering Division actively solicits feedback from stakeholders affected by Capital Improvement Projects such as roadway widening, drainage improvements, and construction of sidewalks and bicycle facilities.
See Stakeholder Involvement Process (PDF).
American Rescue Plan Priority Projects
See American Rescue Plan Priority Projects (PDF). This is the current priority list as of December 2022 and is for planning purposes. The list may change as funding and design needs progress.
See updates for the following active projects:
Projects Under Design
- West Belleview Avenue Over Bergen Ditch Culvert Replacement
- Bergen Parkway at Sugarbush Drive Intersection Pedestrian Improvements
- West Coal Mine Avenue at South Van Gordon Way Pedestrian Crossing
- Drew Hill Road over Ralston Creek Culvert
- South Hatch Drive and Buffalo Park Road Pedestrian Improvements
- JC-73 Roadway Improvements (Buffalo Park Road to Plettner Lane)
- Lewis Ridge Road and Larkspur Drive Culvert Replacements
- South Pierce Street Roadway Improvements
- West Quincy Avenue Phase Three Roadway (South Eldridge Street to South Beech Way)
- Spread Eagle Mountain / Crestone Mountain Storm Sewer Lining
Projects Under Construction
- West 32nd Avenue Roadway Widening (Coors to McIntyre Street)
- 44th Avenue and McIntyre Street Intersection Improvements
- South Kipling Parkway Sidewalk and Intersection Improvements (Geddes Avenue to Coal Mine Avenue)
- South Kipling Parkway Roadway Improvement Project
- West Quincy Avenue Phase Two Roadway (South Beech Way to South Swadley Court)
- Valley Parkway Maintenance and Roadway Improvements
Other Construction Projects
See Road and Bridge Construction and Capital Improvement Projects.
Jeffco Roadway Project Dashboard
For other projects that may be happening on county-maintained roads, see the Jeffco Roadway Project dashboard, which is an interactive mapping application that provides greater information and project details for capital improvement and maintenance projects. These projects are intended to improve the county’s infrastructure in order to provide the best possible conditions for the optimum safety and accessibility of the public.