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Little Dry Creek Sewer Project

West 80th Avenue to Little Dry Creek Drainage near West 72nd Avenue - Utilities Replacement Project

Project Update: Nov. 17 - Dec. 1

  • No construction activities Thursday – Sunday, Nov. 23-26.
  • Construction activities begin in the Little Dry Creek Open Space and Kennedy Park area immediately south of Wolff Street and 74th Avenue
  • Construction fencing, utility locates, and potholing will happen in preparation for sanitary sewer replacement.
  • Open-cut pipeline construction begins the second week of December.
  • From October 2017 through March 2019, the city will be replacing aged water and sewer infrastructure along and east of Sheridan Boulevard. 

Project Details

The construction will replace old water and sewer pipes in the areas listed below:

  • West 80th Avenue between Sheridan Boulevard and Zenobia Street;
  • Wolff Court, Wolff Run Park and Open Space, Wolff Street, Little Dry Creek Open Space, Kennedy Park, and along the south side of Little Dry Creek Drainage from Winona Street to Tennyson Street;
  • Wolff Street between W. 75th and W. 76th Avenues;
  •  Underneath Little Dry Creek Drainage at Utica and Tennyson Streets;
  • Asphalt patching and paving of the streets which happen in conjunction with pipeline work;
  • Connect existing city customers to the new pipelines. The contractor will limit service interruptions as much as possible. You will be notified 24 hours in advance if an outage will impact you.

Thank you for your patience during this capital improvement project. We strive to maintain a high-level of service for you now and into the future.

Timeline

This construction will start no earlier than Oct. 1. See the map on the other side of this page for an approximate construction timeline breakdown.

Westminster City Council awarded this pipeline project to T. Lowell Construction Inc. Normal work hours will be Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. During work hours, construction equipment will be in operation and some materials may be stockpiled close to the work area. The Contractor will maintain traffic control during construction and access to driveways and parking lots as much as possible. 

Temporary closures of traffic lanes, pedestrian trails, park and open space areas, and recreational amenities will be necessary during the course of this project. The safety of the public and the contractor crews is our first priority. You can help ensure everyone’s safety by following all construction-related signs.  If you observe an emergency situation, please call 911.
 

Resident Letter and Map - Sept. 11

Information/Questions

For more information, contact Senior Engineer Stephanie Bleiker, PE. at 303-658-2174 or sbleiker@cityofwestminster.us.