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Oct 25

Valley Parkway Maintenance and Roadway Improvements, Littleton, CO 80127

Posted on October 25, 2021 at 1:46 PM by Lindsay Townsend

Link to see larger image of Valley Parkway map.Jefferson County Transportation and Engineering finished soliciting public input on future improvements of Valley Parkway from South Valley Road to Ken Caryl Avenue. Valley Parkway will be repaved during the summer of 2022. Due to the number of resident concerns along this roadway, the county will host two public meetings to solicit input on improvements such as crossings, intersections, and general transportation operations. An outline of meetings and meeting details are described below.

Provide Your Feedback

Jefferson County Transportation and Engineering created a map to solicit feedback and recommendations on improvements to the Valley Parkway corridor occurring Summer of 2022. The public comment period closed and comments are now being compiled. The feedback received from the community will assist Transportation and Engineering staff identify areas of concern that need greater analysis. Potential design solutions and recommendations will be presented during the second community meeting.

See the Valley Parkway Public Engagement map.

Public Meetings

Meeting 1: July 14, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Agenda Items:

  • Presentation from Jefferson County staff on existing conditions and known concerns.
  • Present interactive map and provide link for two-week comment period.

See recorded July 14 meeting.

Meeting 2: October 13, 2021 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Agenda Items: 

  • Present compiled community concerns.
  • Present findings of transportation crash studies.
  • Present potential solutions and garner additional feedback on preferences.

Between the two public meetings, Jefferson County staff collected speed data and conducted studies at locations of concern to determine which treatments may be warranted at various areas in the corridor. Findings of data collected, and resident concerns were presented and discussed at the October 13 meeting. Additional data collection will be ongoing to assist in roadway design alternatives, which will be presented in early 2022.

For Questions:

Jefferson County Transportation and Engineering looks forward to collaborating with Ken Caryl Ranch neighborhood in finding solutions to concerns along Valley Parkway. Please direct questions to the county Transportation Planner, Christina Lane.

Thank you for your interest in this project!