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Streets/Utilities Construction Projects

Looking for information on a construction project in your neighborhood? This page contains information and updates on City of Westminster utility crew projects throughout the city.

View a map of selected utility construction projects in the city.

Construction projects

Following are the current projects in the city:

72nd and Raleigh Bridge Replacement Project

88th Avenue Partial Closure

92nd Avenue/Federal Boulevard Intersection Improvements

101st Place (between Wolff Street south and east to 100th Avenue)GIS Map

101st Avenue (between Yates Street east to 101st Place)GIS Map

115th Ave.: Irving St. to King Way

120th Avenue/Federal Boulevard Intersection Improvements

City-wide Paving Operations

Communications Equipment Relocation and Water Tank Demolition Project

Federal Boulevard and 69th Bridge Replacement - CDOT Project

Federal Boulevard Median Work (52nd to 67th) - CDOT Project

Federal Boulevard Water Main Construction – 72nd Avenue to 69th Avenue

I-25 North Express Lanes Project - CDOT Project

McKay Lake Outfall Drainage Channel

Northwest Area Mobility Study - RTD Fastracks project

Pressure Reducing Valve Rehabilitation and Replacement Project

U.S. 36 Express Lanes Project - CDOT Project

Zones 6 and 11 Improvements Project

Additional Information

Frequently asked questions

Construction project outline

Street Improvement Projects

FasTracks - FasTracks is a multi-billion dollar comprehensive transit expansion plan to build 122 miles of new commuter rail and light rail, 18 miles of bus rapid transit and 21,000 new parking spaces at light rail and bus stations, and enhance bus service for easy, convenient bus/rail connections across the eight-county Regional Transportation District. Details on FasTracks can be found on the RTD website.

Comprehensive Roadway Plan - The city’s Comprehensive Roadway Plan was updated and adopted by Westminster City Council in 2008. The Roadway Plan evaluates existing traffic conditions, identifies improvements to mitigate deficiencies, identifies and prioritizes long-range transportation improvements, and explores opportunities to enhance linkages between the city’s transportation system (vehicular and pedestrian) and that of the Regional Transportation District and the Colorado Department of Transportation. Download the Roadway Plan

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