Street Improvement Projects

Call the Public Works Department at 303-783-2744 for information about street improvement projects.

2019 Concrete Project

The City of Cherry Hills Village has contracted with Straight Line Sawcutting, Inc. for the concrete replacement portion of the 2019 Street Improvement Program. Included in this project is the replacement of sections of cross pans at various intersections in your area.

The concrete replacement for 2019 will include removal and replacement of damaged or failing concrete cross pans at the following intersections:

  1. Princeton & Dahlia, westside 
  2. Oxford & Holly
  3. Oxford & Dahlia, eastside 
  4. Holly & Ivanhoe
  5. Eudora & Princeton
  6. Happy Canyon Dr. & Ivanhoe
  7. Forest Circle & Princeton
  8. Oxford & Ivy
  9. Forest Court & Princeton
  10. Ivy Ln & Ivy Ct
  11. Hudson Parkway & Princeton
  12. Nassau Pl & Ivy Ln
  13. Hudson Parkway & Honey Locust
  14. Hudson Wy & Nassau Cir. W. (both)
  15. Southmoor Lane & Princeton
  16. Nassau Cir. & Sanford Cir. eastside
  17. Southmoor Circle Cross Pan
  18. Nassau Cir. & Sanford Cir. westside

This project is scheduled to begin on or around April 1st, 2019, and could take up to sixty days (60) to complete, depending on weather delays. Once construction begins there will be road closures to Through Traffic. If an intersection needs to be closed there will be appropriate Road Closure and Detour Signage in place to facilitate traffic. Some intersections will be done in halves, while others will be done at one time to expedite construction timeframes and reduce the inconvenience to Residents.

The City may need to cut back tree limbs, shrubs, or hedges to facilitate the removal and installation of the new concrete cross pans. The City will only cut back what interferes with construction, causing as little disturbance as possible. The City will attempt to complete this construction prior to irrigation / sprinklers being turned on. If you notice the City is still working downstream from your property, please hold off on turning on your sprinkler systems. If your property is under construction / remodel you are responsible for notifying your contractors of parking and access restrictions.

The City of Cherry Hills Village Public Works Department thanks you in advance for your cooperation during this improvement project and will strive to keep inconveniences to a minimum for our Residents. If you have any questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact Public Works Project Manager, Ralph Mason at (303)-783-2741 or email: rmason@cherryhillsvillage.com.

2019 Chip Seal Project

Information coming soon.