Westminster’s Pavement Preservation Projects
Westminster’s Department of Public Works & Utilities’, Street Operations Division administers approximately $2.4 million dollars worth of street improvements annually and utilizes a computerized Pavement Management Program to prioritize the appropriate pavement preservation strategy on the city’s 195 streets.
Several preservation strategies are employed for the 89 miles of roadways i.e.: cracksealing, slurry seal, chip seal, micro seal, reconstruction, etc. Identified curbs, gutters and sidewalks are replaced in conjunction with street improvements.
Residents on the streets scheduled for improvements will be notified at least 24 hours prior to any construction.
Lane lines are repainted citywide twice each year, while other pavement markings are repainted and/or restored once a year.
Click the links below to see a list and map for designated streets improvements. (The lists and maps represent a tentative list of street improvements and will depend on budget constraints.)
2013 street improvements
2013 crackseal projects
2014 street improvements
2015 street improvements
2016 street improvements
2017 street improvements
Any questions or concerns regarding street improvements should be directed to the Street Division at 303-658-2501, or e-mail us.