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Neighborhood Block Party Street Closure


If you are planning a Block Party and would like to close a residential street in your neighborhood, for safety purposes the City requires a no cost permit which allows a safe legal way to close a street. The permit can be obtained from the City's Engineering Division in person, online or by mail. The permit requires the approval of 80% of your neighbors living on the street being closed. The applicant will be responsible for rental and placement of approved barricades. For additional information or questions please call 720-898-7740 during regular business hours Monday thru Friday or by submitting a service request.

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