What's Happening Now
Updated 9/13- Shore fencing installation
The City's engineering consultant, Murray Smith, is currently preparing design plans to dredge, i.e., removing sediment from the western portion of the lake and repairing the eroded shoreline. The City has partnered with the Mile High Flood District (MHFD) to design and construct the repairs to this storm drainage facility that flows into Little Dry Creek. The project's primary goal is to improve public safety by stabilizing the banks. Also, through sediment removal, unpleasant odors that park users experience near the lake's western side will be reduced.
- The consultant plans to finalize the design package by the first quarter of 2022.
- The project is estimated to be substantially complete by the end of 2022.
What to Expect
- During the remainder of the design phase, residents may see occasional activity on the lake and throughout the park, as the consultants gather pertinent information needed to finalize their design.
- Once the City has defined a definitive construction schedule, we will update the residents about what they can expect throughout construction and the reestablishment of park use around the lake.
For questions about Lake Arbor dredging, please contact the City Engineering Division, 720-898-7640.
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