The City of Westminster takes pride in a 24-hour response to pothole reports. Calls can be made to the Street Operations Division at 303-658-2501 or submit an online service request to report a pothole within Westminster's city limits.
To report potholes on state highways - email CDOT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
State-maintained roads include: 120th Avenue, Wadsworth Parkway, Federal Boulevard, U.S. 36 and Sheridan Boulevard from 69th Avenue north to 88th Place (Westminster maintains Sheridan Boulevard from the north side of the U.S. 36 bridge at 88th Place north to 120th Avenue).
View a map of the state-maintained roads within the City of Westminster.
Street light outages or repairs - Xcel Energy 1-800-960-6235
Xcel Energy maintains and repairs all street lights within the city. Problems with street lights whether outages or repairs, can be directed to Xcel Energy at 1-800-960-6235, or through the
Xcel Energy website or email us and we will forward the information on to Xcel for you.
Citywide street sweeping rotations are scheduled for April, July, October and November. See schedule/map for details on dates for your area.
During the winter months, following each snow storm, sweeping efforts are concentrated on snow removal primary and secondary routes to clean up deicing material particulates within a four day period. The practice is performed in compliance with Regional air Quality Council PM10 Air Quality Regulations.
Westminster has a program to replace identified curb, gutter and sidewalk adjacent to citizens' properties in conjunction with pavement improvements.
Crackseal operations are performed throughout the winter months, October through March while pavement cracking is at its widest.
Stormwater Drainage Maintenance
Open drainage and storm sewer maintenance and inspection are completely annually. Debris that may interfere with drainage flow is removed immediately.
Patching of asphalt is completed to repair pavement failures, water break excavations, and/or valve repair excavations.
Street Markings/Traffic Control Signs
All maintenance and installation of traffic control signs conform to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Traffic lane lines are repainted citywide twice each year, while crosswalk/stop bar pavement markings, directional arrow pavement markings and railroad crossing legend markings are repainted and/or restored once a year.
Interested in litter removal efforts on city streets? Volunteer for our Adopt-A-Street Program.