The City’s phased plan to reopen facilities and services is based on our commitment to protect City staff and residents, and in adherence with the most up-to-date State of Colorado and Boulder County public health orders. To learn more about which City facilities have reopened or plan to reopen, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

Construction Updates

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City Construction Project Map2020 Construction Update with Slurry III

To view the City Construction Project Map, click here. This construction schedule is tentative and subject to change due to construction coordination, unknown site conditions, and weather. 


Due to several factors, including financing, contract deadlines, and public need, construction activities may and are planned to continue under the stay-at-home order as long as Social Distancing Requirements are followed. CDPHE has released a “Multi-Industry Construction Guidance” document. The City has adopted and issued this document to our contractors. As community leaders, we believe it is important to follow these guidelines. Maintaining the City’s infrastructure is part of our obligation to the residents and businesses. We understand the sensitive nature of COVID-19 and will be proactive in encouraging all City contractors to abide by these guidelines. Please note that some activities such as concrete pours, pipe laying, utility potholing, and others may not be able to maintain the 6-foot separation of physical distancing. In these specific cases, construction crews will employ other measures to limit contact. City projects will continue to follow these requirements for as long as they are in-place.

For your safety and adherence to the stay-at-home order please do not approach workers or construction areas. Please direct all communication and concerns to Public Works at (303) 335-4608 and the appropriate City project manager will be notified.

We would like to thank everyone for your patience and understanding during construction and remind everyone to exercise caution when driving, biking, or walking through a construction zone.

2019 Street Resurfacing Project - Chip Seal Repair

A-1 Chipseal will continue repair work and provide pavement marking on Dillon Road between S. 88 St. and S. 104 St. the week of July 6, weather permitting.  One lane of traffic each direction will be maintained.  As always, drive with caution through the construction zone.  

2020 Concrete Replacement Project including Pine Street

The concrete project is substantially complete.  Silva Construction will continue working on punch list items and miscellaneous repairs.

Please note the pedestrian islands that have been installed with this project have been left “unfinished”. This is intentional and temporary. Please stay tuned for more information.

Visit Investing in Pine Street for more details about the improvements to Pine Street. 

More details on construction can be found in the notice, which was mailed to residents near one or more concrete and/or asphalt replacement projects.

If you received a notice, please share your email address below. If you do not have an email address, please call Public Works (303) 335-4608. Please include your residential address so we know which work is closest to your property.

Annual Fire Hydrant Testing and Flushing

Louisville Public Works Operations Division continues the annual fire hydrant testing and water main flushing that started on Monday, May 25, 2020  and will continue through July 3, 2020.  Work will be done on weekdays between 8 am and 4 pm. 

This year's work includes the western side of Centennial Drive from Dogwood Circle to South Boulder Road. Starting at South Boulder Rd from HWY 42 to Via Appia south to Campus Dr.  See attached map for area location.

SH42 Underpass Project

Edge Contracting will continue with constructing the bike path on the east side of CO42 and begin sidewalk and bus stop work on the east side. Paving of HWY 42 in the vicinity of the underpass will continue the week of July 6. Please be aware of shifting traffic patterns.

SH42 and Short Street Project

Goodland Construction will install final signing and striping. The contractor will continue with landscape restoration work. The proposed signal will be installed late summer or early fall. 

2020 Street Resurfacing Project

APC Construction has been working along Pine Street. Weather permitting, APC should be completed within two weeks following the paving work on Pine St., by July 10. APC will continue work on Lafayette Street the week of June 30. Alternate routes are suggested.  

2020 Street Reconstruction Project

The Project has been awarded to ESI Construction. Work is tentatively scheduled to begin mid-July.

2020 Chip Seal Project

A-1 Chip Seal will continue laying the striping the first two weeks of July. Once final striping is placed the project will be complete.

Old S. 96th Street Culvert Repair and Maintenance

This project will repair an existing culvert located south of the North Metro Fire Rescue Station 67.  This road will be temporarily closed except for maintenance access while work is being planned and completed. 

South 88th Street Closed at Campus Drive

Town of Superior continues work on the 88th Street Reconstruction project. 88th St is now closed to through traffic from Shamrock Drive to Campus Drive in Louisville. This closure will last until mid-August.

Dyer Road Rehabilitation

In mid-July, Boulder County Public Works will begin rehabilitation of Dyer Road.  Work will include milling and paving of the asphalt surface, ditch repairs, and installation of driveway culverts. Work hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The project will take approximately six weeks.  If you have questions or concerns you may contact Andrew Barth at 303-441-1032 or email at

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