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Marion Street Storm System

MARION STREET STORM SYSTEM PROJECT

 
 
 

Background

The purpose of this project is to further address significant historical flooding areas in the Whittier, Five Points and City Park West neighborhoods. This phase of the project will connect into the recently completed 33rd Street Outfall project, at the intersection of MLK Jr Boulevard and Marion Street. Future phases will extend this storm sewer infrastructure south to the intersection of 21st Avenue and Downing Street, where it will tie into, and relieve, an overburdened existing 84” storm sewer system. 

General Information

This project will install new 8’ x 8’ Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert in Marion Street to the intersection with 27th Avenue. 

In addition to installing the new 8’ x 8’ storm sewer infrastructure, the Marion Street System project will:

  • Install new storm inlets and manholes
  • Install new water quality features to reduce trash/debris from entering into the storm sewer system
  • Install new ADA compliant pedestrian ramps at all intersections
  • Upgrade existing curb cuts to be compliant with City of Denver transportation standards
  • Relocate and install new Denver Water main lines
  • Replace Denver Water lead service lines with new copper lines from the new water main to the property owners’ meter
  • Provide new bike lane at East Whittier Island Park
  • Reshape Marion Street to provide greater surface water storm runoff capacity
  • Provide new full depth paving on Marion Street

 

map of work along Marion Street from MLK Jr. Blvd to 27th Avenue 

 
Project Status

Project Start: Construction is expected to begin in July 2020, with completion anticipated in March / April 2021. These dates may be pushed out a few weeks if there are unforeseen COVID-19 impacts.

Important Status Update: Because of some materials specification changes by Denver Water, and the procurement lead time for those materials, we are going to have to move our mobilization and start date back by one week. Crews will now begin to mobilize the week of August 3rd—with the initial closure beginning then—and work will start the week of August 10th. 

Estimated Completion Date: March 2021

Future Phases: Dates TBD


Council District: 9

Neighborhoods: Whittier, Cole, Curtis Park, Five Points

Virtual Information Session

We invite you to learn more about the upcoming Marion Street System Project.  A virtual information session was held May 27, 2020.  Please click on the meeting link to access an archive of the presentation. 

 

Construction Methods, Impacts and Detours

 

Weekly Update - 10/23/20

Status: The transition structure in the intersection of 31st / Marion will be finished up next week. The walls of the structure were poured Wednesday, and depending on the weather, we hope to pour the deck at the beginning of next week. The mainline boxes are in place to just south of the 31st / Marion intersection. Road prep on Marion will be underway soon — from MLK to 31st — for curb and gutter, which we hope to pour next week, depending on the incoming weather.

Water Services: Denver Water is finishing up their work from 30th to 29th. There will be some service interruptions next week. You will be notified in advance when your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 5 weeks (approximately), the intersection of 31st / Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed, as will the intersection of Marion / 30th. The intersection of Marion / 29th remains open for now.

Resident Parking: We know parking is limited out there but we are always working to open as many designated "Resident Parking Only" spaces as possible along the route. Residents along Marion Street that are displaced from their on-street parking can find designated “Resident Parking Only” spaces at the following locations:

  • 31st Ave – Between Downing and the alley
  • 31st Ave – Between alley and Lafayette
  • 30th Ave – Between Downing and alley
  • Marion St – Between 29th Ave and 28th Ave

Two-hour parking violations and street sweeping violations will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas outlined above and shown on the Current Impacts map. However, other parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” will still be enforced. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Use Caution: We have a lot of heavy machinery moving on and off the site. Be aware when walking near the boundaries of the construction site, and be respectful of all fencing and signage. 

PLEASE NOTE: Homeowners within a 250-foot radius of the construction area will be receiving letters from Integrated Geotechnical Solutions (IGS) offering an inspection of their home prior to start of construction.

Vibration Pamphlet (PDF)

Current Impacts

map of Marion Street Storm project current impacts

Current Detours

map of Marion Street Storm project current detours

 
Contacts

Email: info@marionstreetstorm.com
Sign up to receive weekly project updates, or email with questions or concerns.

Hotline: 720-677-0330
Call or text the project hotline; get weekly updates, leave a voicemail or text with questions or concerns.

Text MARION to 31996 to receive text updates during construction.

City and County of Denver

Matt Fariss, Project Manager
Department of Transportation & Infrastructure
303-446-3736
720-667-7052 (Mobile)

 

Construction

Concrete Works of Colorado
Mark Almond, Project Manager
303-419-7489
marka@cwc-email.com

 
Archive Updates

Pre-Construction Update - 7/24/20

Important Status Update: Because of some materials specification changes by Denver Water, and the procurement lead time for those materials, we are going to have to move our mobilization and start date back by one week. Crews will now begin to mobilize the week of August 3rd—with the initial closure beginning then—and work will start the week of August 10th. 

PLEASE NOTE: Homeowners within a 250-foot radius of the construction area will be receiving letters from Integrated Geotechnical Solutions (IGS) offering an inspection of their home prior to start of construction.

Pre-Construction Update - 8/7/20

Status: Construction comes to Marion Street early next week. In the meantime, the crews are mobilizing on the site. Deliveries of materials and the installation of safety fencing has been ongoing over the past few days.

Impacts: The intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as the whole block of Marion between MLK and 31st — will be closed for approximately 3-4 months.

Water Service Interruption: There will be a one-day water service interruption for some residences next Tuesday, August 11. Those who will be affected have been receiving notifications over the past two days.

Resident Parking: During this first segment of construction — on Marion between MLK and 31st — the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs to help with neighborhood parking. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. Parking will be available on Marion Street, between 31st and 30th, but that block will only be accessible from the south. 

RTD Route Change for EB 43: The EB 43 route coming from Stout and will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

 

Pre-Construction Update - 8/14/20

Status: Work on water services is underway. This work is not affecting residents at this time. Next week will bring very short, approximately 5-minute-long outages along Marion — from MLK to 31st — as the service changeovers are made. Those affected will be contacted in person by the contractor.  You will begin to see heavy equipment moving onto the site as work on the base slab of the transition structure begins, on Marion near MLK. This transition structure ties into where the 33rd Street stormwater project ended.

Trash Service: As the project progresses, we will be in touch with residents regarding trash service along Marion. You will be contacted with trash placement instructions prior to any impacts.

Impacts: The intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as the whole block of Marion between MLK and 31st — will be closed for approximately 3-4 months. 

Resident Parking: During this first segment of construction — on Marion between MLK and 31st — the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs to help with neighborhood parking. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. Parking will be available on Marion Street, between 31st and 30th, but that block will only be accessible from the south. See the parking areas noted on the map above. 

RTD Route Change for EB 43: Please note this route change for RTD EB 43. Coming from Stout, the bus will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

 

Pre-Construction Update - 8/21/20

Status: Denver Water’s work on water services is ongoing along the 3100 block of Marion.

Excavation for the transition structure—which ties the pipe into where the 33rd Street stormwater project ended—begins next week on Marion near MLK. Watch for heavy equipment starting to mobilize on the site.

Pedestrians: Please be respectful of all fencing and signage along the project route, as it is in place for your safety. We appreciate your cooperation.

Deliveries: If you have scheduled a food delivery — UberEats, DoorDash, groceries, pizza, etc.— keep this in mind to make it a bit easier for drivers: If you live on the east side of Marion, have delivery drivers approach from streets to the east of the project. If you live on the west side of Marion, have drivers approach from the west. This avoids drivers ending up on the wrong side of the safety fencing.

Trash Service: We will continue to be in touch with residents regarding trash service along Marion. You will be contacted with trash placement instructions prior to any impacts.

Impacts: For the next 3-4 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as the whole block of Marion between MLK and 31st — will be closed. 

Resident Parking: During this first segment of construction — on Marion between MLK and 31st — the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs to help with neighborhood parking. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. Parking will be available on Marion Street, between 31st and 30th, but that block will only be accessible from the south. 

RTD Route Change for EB 43: RTD EB 43 has a route change. Coming from Stout, the bus will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

 

Pre-Construction Update - 8/27/20

Status: Denver Water’s work on water services is ongoing along the 3100 block of Marion. The next two weeks will bring very short, approximately 10 to 15-minute-long outages along Marion — from MLK to 31st — as the service changeovers are made to residences. Those affected will be contacted in person by the contractor immediately prior to the service interruption.

Excavation for the large transition structure—which ties the 8’ x 8’ pipe into where the 33rd Street stormwater project ended at MLK—begins on Monday.

Pedestrian Safety: We ask that you be respectful of all fencing and signage along the project route, as it is in place for your safety. Thank you for your cooperation.

Deliveries: If you have scheduled a food delivery — UberEats, DoorDash, groceries, pizza, etc.— this information will make deliveries a bit easier for drivers: If you live on the east side of Marion, have delivery drivers approach from streets to the east of the project. If you live on the west side of Marion, have drivers approach from the west. This avoids drivers ending up on the wrong side of the safety fencing. 

Trash Service: We will contact you with trash placement instructions prior to any impacts, and we will continue to monitor trash pick-ups along Marion.

New Impacts: For the next 3-4 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th will remain open for now. 

Resident Parking: As more equipment moves in, and to make room for storage of the large mainline pipe, new "no parking" signs will be in place next Monday along Marion from 31st - 30th. To help with parking during this first segment of construction — Marion between MLK and 31st — the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. 

RTD Route Change for EB 43: Please note that RTD EB 43 has a route change. Coming from Stout, the bus will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

Weekly Update - 9/4/20

Status: Denver Water’s work on water taps along the 3100 block of Marion will be complete this week, and residents will be back on their normal water source. Excavation for the large transition structure at MLK began this week. Crews had to cease work on the structure to make way for Denver Water crews, but work will resume with slide rail installation next week.  Crews will be taking a 4-day holiday weekend and will be back on site next Tuesday.

Current Impacts: For the next 3-4 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th remains open for approximately 3 more weeks. 

Resident Parking: To help with parking during this first segment of construction — Marion between MLK and 31st — the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. Once the contractor closes Marion Street down to 30th Avenue, “Resident Only” signage will be placed on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue. The current 2-hour parking designation on the north side of 30th Avenue (Downing to Marion) will be bagged and no longer be applicable.

Text Updates / Alerts: Want to receive construction updates and alerts on your phone via text? It’s easy, simply text MARION to 31996.

Pedestrian Safety: For your safety, please be respectful of all fencing and signage along the project route. Thank you for your cooperation.

Deliveries: If you have scheduled a food delivery — UberEats, DoorDash, groceries, pizza, etc.— this information will make deliveries a bit easier for drivers: If you live on the east side of Marion, have delivery drivers approach from streets to the east of the project. If you live on the west side of Marion, have drivers approach from the west. This avoids drivers ending up on the wrong side of the safety fencing. 

RTD Route Change for EB 43: Coming from Stout, the bus will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

 

Weekly Update - 9/11/20

Status: Work is progressing well, with the first concrete 8’ x 8’ concrete boxes going in the ground today. The safety shoring is in place around the structure at MLK and Downing, and we plan on pouring the base slab of the structure the middle of next week.

Water Services: Denver Water continues their work on the water services. Next Thursday, the 17th, the short, 15-minute shutdowns will start up again as new services are connected. You will be notified when and if your address is set to be connected. Also next week, on the 18th, there will be water service interruptions for a 3-block area surrounding Marion, from 30th - 29th. Those interruptions are scheduled to run from 8 am - 5 pm. You will be notified in advance if your address will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 3-4 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th remains open for approximately 2 more weeks. 

Resident Parking: The 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. The contractor has also placed “Resident Only” signage on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue. The current 2-hour parking designation on the north side of 30th Avenue (Downing to Marion) has been bagged and is no longer applicable.  

Get Instant Text Updates / Alerts: Want to receive construction updates and alerts on your phone via text? It’s easy, simply text MARION to 31996.

Safety First: We ask that you be respectful of all fencing and signage along the project route. It is in place for your safety. Thank you for your cooperation.

RTD Route Change for EB 43: Coming from Stout, the bus will now turn left on Downing, right on Bruce Randolph, right on Williams, left on 31st and will then proceed to regular route. If you have any questions about route changes, please visit www.rtd-denver.com.

 

Weekly Update - 9/17/20

Status: The concrete for the base slab of the structure in Marion at MLK was poured yesterday. Concrete for the walls of the structure is expected to be placed the middle of next week. Also on tap for next week: you will see lots of the 8’ x 8’ concrete boxes on site, as two a day will begin to be installed in Marion. 

Water Services: Denver Water continues their work on the water services. You will be notified in advance if your address will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 3 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th remains open for approximately 2 more weeks. 

Resident Parking: The 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Only” parking signs. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. The contractor has also placed “Resident Only” signage on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue. The current 2-hour parking designation on the north side of 30th Avenue (Downing to Marion) has been bagged and is no longer applicable. 

Use Caution: Please use caution when walking near the boundaries of the site, and please be respectful of all fencing and signage along the project route. Your safety is our priority.

 

Weekly Update - 9/24/20

Status: The concrete for the deck, or top of the structure, was poured today, and backfilling of the structure is expected to take place at the beginning of next week. With the structure competed, the focus will be on laying the mainline pipe (the 8’ x 8’ concrete boxes) in Marion from MLK to 31st.

Water Services: All the bypasses are in place from 31st to 30th, as Denver Water continues their work. You will be notified in advance if your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 2.5 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th remains open for approximately 1 more week. 

Did You Get a Ticket?: If you received a street-sweeping ticket on the north side of 30th Ave (between Downing – Dr. Daniel Hale Williams Park) on September 10th, please send it into this email, info@marionstreetstorm.com before September 30, when the fee increases. (A flyer addressing this issue was recently distributed with an incomplete email—oops!—so please use this email when sending tickets.) We have worked through the enforcement of Street Sweeping violations issue with the Right Of Way Enforcement department and have agreed to the information shown below in the Resident Parking section of this update.  Please adhere to all information provided in this email for parking in “Resident Parking Only” designated areas around the project site.

Resident Parking: To ease the parking issues around the site, the 2-hour parking spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley) have been replaced with designated “Resident Parking Only” signs. Similar signage east of the project, between the alley and Lafayette St., is in place. The contractor has also placed “Resident Parking Only” signage on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue. The current 2-hour parking designation on the north side of 30th Avenue (Downing to Marion) has been bagged and is no longer applicable.  Street sweeping violation enforcement will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas shown above on the Current Impacts map.  Please keep in mind all other parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” areas will still be enforced.  This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Safety First: When walking near the boundaries of the site, please use caution and be respectful of all fencing and signage. Your safety is our number one priority.

Weekly Update - 10/1/20

Status: The backfilling of the transition structure in Marion at MLK is ongoing, and the placement of the mainline pipe (the 8’ x 8’ concrete boxes) leading from that structure down Marion — from MLK to 31st—is moving along rapidly. 

Water Services: Denver Water continues their water service work, and water taps are expected to be completed early next week. You will be notified in advance if your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 2.5 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th remains open until the beginning of next week.

Impact Change for Week of 10/5: With the work progressing at a fast pace, crews will now need to close the next block — Marion from 30th to 29th. However, the intersection of Marion and 29th will remain open for now. “No Parking” signs will go up along this stretch tomorrow, 10/02. They will not need to be adhered to until Monday of next week, however. At that point in time, the contractor will begin to enclose the area in construction fencing. 

Resident Parking: Even with the working moving on to the next block, the “Resident Parking Only” spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley), on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue, and east of the project between the alley and Lafayette St., will remain. Please keep in mind that parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” areas will still be enforced. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Street Sweeping: Street sweeping violation enforcement will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas shown above on the Current / Upcoming Impacts map. 

2-Hour Parking: 2-hour parking violations will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas shown above on the Current Impacts map.

Stay Safe: Please be cautious and safe when walking near the boundaries of the site, and be respectful of all fencing and signage. Your safety is our number one priority.

 

Weekly Update - 10/9/20

Status: The backfilling of the transition structure in Marion at MLK is now complete, and excavation for the second structure — in the Marion and 31st intersection—begins the middle of next week. The installation of the mainline pipe running down Marion is moving along really well.

Water Services: Water service work along Marion — from 31st to 30th — will be finished next week. Denver Water will then focus on switching services to the main line — from 30th to 29th. There may be some occasional isolated service outages during this work, but you will be notified in advance if your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 1.5 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed. The intersection of Marion and 30th is now closed. The intersection of Marion and 29th remains open for now.

Resident Parking: The “Resident Parking Only” spots on both the north and south sides of 31st Ave (between Downing and the Alley), on both the north and south sides of 30th Avenue, and east of the project between the alley and Lafayette St. remain in place. Two-hour parking violations and street sweeping violations will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas shown above on the Current Impacts map. Please keep in mind that parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” areas will still be enforced. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Safety First: There’s lots of heavy machinery moving on and off the project, so please be very cautious when walking near the boundaries of the site, and be respectful of all fencing and signage. 

 

Weekly Update - 10/16/20

Status: Excavation for the second transition structure — in the Marion and 31st intersection — has begun. The concrete for the base and the walls of the structure will be placed within the next two weeks. The mainline pipe continues to go in along Marion.

Water Services: Denver Water’s work to 29th will be completed next week. As they finish up that work from 30th to 29th, there will be some longer service interruptions. You will be notified in advance when your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 1.5 months (approximately), the intersection of 31st and Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed, as will the intersection of Marion and 30th. The intersection of Marion and 29th remains open for now.

Resident Parking: We are always working around the constantly shifting construction impacts to open as many designated "Resident Parking Only" spaces as possible along the route. Residents along Marion Street that are displaced from their on-street parking can now find designated “Resident Parking Only” spaces at the following locations:

  • 31st Ave – Between Downing and the alley
  • 31st Ave – Between alley and Lafayette
  • 30th Ave – Between Downing and alley
  • Marion St – Between 29th Ave and 28th Ave

Two-hour parking violations and street sweeping violations will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas outlined above and shown on the Current Impacts map. Please keep in mind that other parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” will still be enforced. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Safety First: Your safety is our #1 concern. Please be very cautious when walking near the boundaries of the site, and be respectful of all fencing and signage. 

 

Weekly Update - 10/23/20

Status: The transition structure in the intersection of 31st / Marion will be finished up next week. The walls of the structure were poured Wednesday, and depending on the weather, we hope to pour the deck at the beginning of next week. The mainline boxes are in place to just south of the 31st / Marion intersection. Road prep on Marion will be underway soon — from MLK to 31st — for curb and gutter, which we hope to pour next week, depending on the incoming weather.

Water Services: Denver Water is finishing up their work from 30th to 29th. There will be some service interruptions next week. You will be notified in advance when your service will be affected.

Current Impacts: For the next 5 weeks (approximately), the intersection of 31st / Marion — as well as two blocks of Marion between MLK and 30th — will be closed, as will the intersection of Marion / 30th. The intersection of Marion / 29th remains open for now.

Resident Parking: We know parking is limited out there but we are always working to open as many designated "Resident Parking Only" spaces as possible along the route. Residents along Marion Street that are displaced from their on-street parking can find designated “Resident Parking Only” spaces at the following locations:

  • 31st Ave – Between Downing and the alley
  • 31st Ave – Between alley and Lafayette
  • 30th Ave – Between Downing and alley
  • Marion St – Between 29th Ave and 28th Ave

Two-hour parking violations and street sweeping violations will not be enforced in the designated “Resident Parking Only” areas outlined above and shown on the Current Impacts map. However, other parking violations within the “Resident Parking Only” will still be enforced. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Parking in a bike lane
  • Parking within 5’ of an alley or driveway
  • Parking in excess of 72 hours
  • Expired license plates
  • Parking over 18” from the curb

A full list of violations can be found at this link: https://www.denvergov.org/content/denvergov/en/home-page/tickets-and-towing/denver-parking-ordinances.html

Use Caution: We have a lot of heavy machinery moving on and off the site. Be aware when walking near the boundaries of the construction site, and be respectful of all fencing and signage.