The original item was published from May 8, 2023 4:20 PM to February 8, 2024 10:57 AM
Jefferson County and Mile High Flood District (MHFD) have partnered to replace three existing storm sewer culverts along West Belleview Avenue between Red Deer Drive and West Quincy Avenue. The project is a 50 / 50 cost share between Jefferson County and Mile High Flood District. The project is removing and replacing three existing corrugated metal pipes with new concrete box culverts. This process will include removal of the existing culverts, installation of the new box culverts, wingwalls, and erosion protection. The project will improve the flow of Weaver Creek under West Belleview Avenue and include channel improvements.
See the Mile High Flood District Stream Projects website.
Construction for the culvert replacements will begin on November 22 and will continue until the spring of 2024. The project is awaiting utility work to be completed at this location prior to beginning the culvert replacement. The contractor plans to start work on Culvert #2. During construction, the contractor will be required to provide an alternating travel lane and all residential access will be maintained. The alternating travel lane will be controlled with temporary signals. Residents will be given notice on traffic updates.