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Posted on: August 1, 2019

Cone Zone - Street Maintenance Project

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Part II: Mill & Asphalt Overlay: Street Maintenance Project

Asphalt patching and crack sealing is underway as part of the Town of Erie Street Maintenance Project. The project is planned through the fall months. A milling machine will be used to prep roads for an asphalt overlay. The following roads will be impacted:

  • County Road 5 – from County Road 6 south to County Road 4
  • County Road 4 – from County Road 5 east to Sheridan Blvd.
  • Mountain View Blvd – from Vista Parkway to State HWY 7

Work areas may periodically be reduced to single-lane traffic during daytime construction hours. Motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists are urged to pay close attention to flaggers and traffic control signs, reduce speeds and, if possible, avoid the construction area during work hours. Traffic control signage, delineators and flaggers will be on site to enable travel through the construction areas in a timely and safe manner. Delays may occur and alternate routes are strongly recommended.
 
Contact
For more information on this project, please contact George Hubert, Assistant Operations & Maintenance Manager, at 303-926-2889 and/or Cory Weiner, Streets Supervisor, at 303-926-2883.

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Part I: Chip Seal

Beginning August 5, 2019 through the end of October, a Department of Public Works contractor will begin applying a hot poured crack seal material to arterial and collector streets as well as streets within Vista Point, Vista Ridge, Grandview, Erie Commons, and Arapahoe Ridge neighborhoods. 

Work will be performed Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weather permitting. Traffic may be reduced to single-lane use. The Town will advise affected residents with a door hanger and ‘No Parking’ signage. 

The Town of Erie requests that residents, pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists: Avoid the construction area; alternate routes are advised Reduce speeds and pay close attention to flaggers and traffic control signs Keep parked vehicles in driveways until work has been completed For more information on this project, please contact Town of Erie Streets Department, Cory Weiner at 303-926- 2883, or Mike Dallas at 303-926-2894.

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