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Cured in place pipe (CIPP) lining is a trenchless method of sewer rehabilitation. This process requires little to no digging and it requires significantly less time to complete than other repair methods. CIPP involves inserting a flexible liner inside the existing...
Due to an algae bloom in Arvada Reservoir, some water customers may notice an earthy odor and/or taste in their drinking water. This odor and taste is caused by the compound Geosmin. The water is safe to drink and use. City of Arvada Water Treatment team members are working to adjust their...
Following the recently completed Semi-Permanent Street Closures project in Olde Town, the City is taking the opportunity to spruce up pavers, concrete, signs and traffic markings in the area. This project will fix an array of small infrastructure issues such as...
In July 2017, the City was awarded a grant from the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to connect 14 traffic signals to the City's fiber optic network. As part of this project, certain traffic...
Beginning Monday, October 19 at 5am, Oberon Road will be closed from Carr Street east to Brentwood Street. Oberon Road remain closed until Wednesday, October 21 at 5pm.
The City's contractor is boring under the Union Pacific Railroad in order to install fiber optic cable. ...
What's Happening Now
Construction activity has concluded for this phase of the project.
The City team and our contractor wants to thank the residents who were affected throughout the project for their patience.
A 12,000 linear foot sewer line...
What's Happening Now
Southbound Wadsworth Blvd (68th Ave to 72nd Ave)
No lane closures are anticipated. Sidewalk and finishing work will occur adjacent to travel lanes
Watch for trucks exiting and entering the work zone
The schedule is weather-dependent...
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April 2021 Update: After making extensive repairs to the Ralston Water Treatment Plant fluoride feed system, the City is now fully fluoridating treated drinking water at levels approved by the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE). The City appreciates our...
This multi-phase project brings several improvements to McIntyre Street between W 58th Ave and W 60th Ave. Phase III is in the final stages. This is a Jefferson County project. To learn more, visit Jefferson County's...
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