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Missing "Stop" signs should be reported immediately to 720-898-7740 during business hours or 720-898-6900 during non-business hours.To report problems with lane markings or abandoned, defaced (marked
. Construction includes the installation of:
an additional left turn lane on eastbound W. 64th Ave. at Indiana Street
a 700 foot acceleration lane on northbound Indiana Street
The City of Arvada provides a variety of services to more than 1,440 lane miles of streets.
Snow and Ice Control
Concrete Maintenance ( Refer to City Code, Sec. 94-31
Install guardrail and permanent traffic signs
Activate the new traffic signals
Grade Croke Canal and install slope protection at the new box culvert
Move the southbound lane of Indiana Street
Traffic control and lane closures will be in place on W. 82nd Ave (Leyden Road).
Access to W. 82nd Ave, Quaker Street and Orion Way will be available, but delays should be expected.
in Arvada? Find information about protected turns, signal requests, and more. For answers to the most common questions about traffic control, visit Traffic Control on My Street.
Street Signs and Lane
What's Happening Now
Phase One (Upham to Yukon Streets): The City's contractor, T&M Construction, will begin placing traffic control in the construction zone beginning around February 17
Jefferson County and SEMA Construction will construct an additional travel lane in each direction with on-street bike lanes, turn lanes and a center median along with other
temporary "No Parking" signs. Users of Ralston Creek Trail should note a temporary detour as this project moves from Ralston Cove Park to Johnson Way. You can find a detour map in the resources section
there is ice in the travel lane of the street or on your sidewalk, please submit a service request stating the location by address or reference to cross streets. Ice build-up in the gutter and edge of street
. Below, you'll find answers to common questions and concerns. If you are looking for in-depth information about traffic control, lights, and signs, please explore Signs, Signals, and Street Safety
What's Happening Now
Southbound Wadsworth Blvd (68th Ave to 72nd Ave)
Daily right lane closure (8:30a - 3:30p) for erosion control and retaining wall work.
Watch for trucks
Arvada's Traffic and Transportation operations section evaluates roadway features and operational safety when installing street signs and markings. The City of Arvada, like all other cities
Expect traffic shifts on Indiana St.
Traffic shifts and narrowed lanes are anticipated on Indiana Street for several months. Motorists should continue to expect intermittent lane closures
The Arvada Streets Division is responsible for maintenance and repair on more than 1,440 lane miles of streets within City limits. This includes snow and ice control on 455 miles of city roadways
into or out of our street. Widening that portion of the road, or even adding turn lanes will help tremendously. Also, there is no sidewalk on Indiana , making it very dangerous to bike or walk
a bright green door hanger on your front door with additional information about the construction process.
"No Parking” signs will be placed on your street for the duration of the work.
Speed limits, traffic signs, and traffic signals are important elements of both street safety and traffic control. Check out Traffic Control on My Street to get answers to common questions
Beginning Monday, July 17, a contractor will be working near the G Line platform On Grandview Ave. just west of Webster Street. There will be no road closures associated with this work; however
lane closures on W. 64th Ave. and detours for three intersections on W. 64th Ave, Yank Way, Youngfield Street and Arbutus Street.
Travel delays during night work.
Please plan alternate routes