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Jun 12, 2020

RFQ: 48th Avenue Storm - Globeville

The 48th Avenue Storm Interceptor project was identified as a key project to relieve drainage problems in the Globeville neighborhood and serves the Globeville/Utah Junction basin (Basin 0059-01). A drainage analysis and conceptual design was completed as part of the Globeville Stormwater Systems Study (GSSS) – Final Draft December 2019. The general project alignment starts at Lincoln Street and 48th Avenue, passes through Argo Park, under the BNSF railway, along Elgin Place, crosses Washington Street, and then continues along 48th Avenue to a new outfall into the South Platte River. It is intended that the downstream portion from the west side of Washington Street to the South Platte River (Phase 1) will be designed and constructed in advance of any other phases of the project. The project will include preliminary design (30%) and up to 60% design for the 48th Avenue corridor but will only prepare the final design (90% and 100%) for Phase 1.

Jun 11, 2020

Black Lives Matter Street Mural to be Painted on Broadway

The city is closing down a section of Broadway starting tonight to bring local artists together to paint a Black Lives Matter street mural designed by local artist Adri Norris along Broadway between Colfax Avenue and 14th Avenue.

Jun 11, 2020

Board Meeting: July 8, 2020

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 - 9:00 am

Call-in To Join 720-388-6219 and enter code 962553829#

Jun 10, 2020

Contract 202054875 General Storm Crestone Peak

The purpose of the General Storm Program is to address localized flooding problems that will not be picked up by larger storm basin improvement projects identified in Denver Wastewater’s Storm Drain Master Plan, or in areas where no improvements are identified in the master plan. This project includes open cut installation of new storm drain infrastructure ranging from 12” to 30” in diameter that ties into an existing storm drain system. The project also includes surface restoration of areas impacted by storm drain construction, including asphalt paving, landscaping and concrete flatwork.

 

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