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The Capital Projects Dashboard is a schedule and map of selected bridge, sewer, street, and transportation projects by planned construction year. This plan is subject to change and will be updated from time to time in coordination with partner agencies.
Some constructions projects may cause traffic delays or detours. Many outdoor project dates are dependent on fair weather. For more information about specific projects, contact the public works department at 303-795-3863.

Jackass Gulch - Creek Stabilization

North of W. Mineral Avenue, east of S. Peninsula Drive

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PROJECT STATUS
Planning / design
START DATE
Spring 2021
COMPLETION DATE
Winter 2022
CONTACT
Project Manager - pwcr@littletongov.org
303-795-3836

The city is partnering with Mile High Flood District to address erosion problems along Jackass Gulch on the north side of W. Mineral Avenue and west of S. Peninsula Drive, in open space area owned by city and also in private properties. A study of the hydrology and floodplain is wrapping up, and this informs how to best design stabilization measures. One segment was constructed in 2017-2018, and design for upstream segments has begun. Some emergency stabilization (temporary) is occurring in Fall 2021 to address immediate safety and water quality problems, but a permanent solution and much larger project is planned. The city hopes to begin construction for the overall project in late 2022 or early 2023. The project will likely take place in phases due to its size.
Map showing area where temporary stabilization work will occur in the fall of 2021

 

 

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