4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031

City Government

 

Engineering Division

4800 W. 92nd Ave.
303-658-2120
City Engineer: Dave Loseman

The Engineering Division is primarily responsible for the design and construction of all of the city's capital improvement projects involving drainage and new street and bridge construction, as well as the review and inspection of new subdivision construction. In addition, the division provides technical expertise to various other city divisions and departments on civil engineering issues.

Beginning December 14, 2016, the Engineering Division will begin accepting applications and document submittals online at the online permit manager. Address Plats, Final Plats, Encroachment/Vacation, and Land Disturbance Permit applications and submittal materials will all be processed, reviewed, and approved via the online permit manager.

Online Permit Manager User Guide

If you do not have access to the Internet, please visit the Community Development Department on the second floor of Westminster City Hall (4800 West 92nd Ave.), or call 303-658-2114 for further assistance.

Technical Information/Checklists

Address Plat Requirements

Digital Submittal Standards

Engineering Review Checklist

Final Plat Standards and Signature Blocks

Standards and Specifications for Public Improvements

Street Lighting Design, Standards and Specifications

Street Lighting Details

Storm Drainage Design & Specifications

Survey Control Network - Please note that these survey control monuments use the 1988 North American Vertical datum. The elevation values will be from 2 to 4 feet different from the 1929 North American Vertical datum. Also note that the ground to Colorado State Plane North, NAD 83, feet conversion scale factor is included in this document.

Survey Monument Locations Map - This interactive map can be used to access PDF and TIF document files that contain information about surveyed monument points throughout Westminster. A search can be done for a monument number, or the map can be explored to find a point by its location. Monument points on the map can be clicked to expose a link to access the documents.

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