Public Works News and Announcements

July 25, 2011 (1165 reads)
The Better Denver Bond Funded improvements at York and Josephine are under way.  This $2.7 million project will reconstruct pavement, upgrade curb and gutters along Josephine and York streets from 13th to 18th avenues.  Three signalized intersection will be upgraded at 14th Avenue and Josephine Street, 17th Avenue and Josephine Street, and 17th Avenue and York Street. Two new signalized intersections will also be installed at 16th Avenue and Josephine Street and 16th Avenue and York Street.      
July 25, 2011 (1386 reads)
As part of the Better Denver Bond Program, Denver Public Works and hired contractor K.E.C.I continue to make improvements on the Colfax and 14th Avenue Rehabilitation Project. Currently, construction is taking place on Colfax between Galapago and Bannock streets.
July 25, 2011 (1760 reads)
As part of the Annual Street Maintenance Paving Program, Denver Public Works will begin a two week repaving operation on Alameda Avenue between Broadway and University Boulevard beginning Monday, July 25. 
July 14, 2011 (1459 reads)
As part of the Better Denver Bond Program, Denver Public Works and hired contractor K.E.C.I continue to make improvements on the Colfax and 14th Avenue Rehabilitation Project. Currently, construction is taking place on Colfax between Galapago and Bannock Streets.
July 08, 2011 (1580 reads)

While the city of Denver responded quickly to last night’s storm, there are still a few storm-related issues being addressed today. Following is updated information for those with clean-up issues, as well as information on how to prepare for the possibility of additional rainfall this afternoon.

July 02, 2011 (2501 reads)
Denver Public Works’ Wastewater Management Division plans, constructs, operates and maintains Denver’s sanitary sewer and storm drainage systems. The Division maintains 1,475 miles of sanitary sewers and 750 miles of storm drainage facilities. Wastewater operates as an Enterprise Fund, meaning the cost of providing sanitary and storm service must be covered by user fees.

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