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June 26, 2019

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Andrew Barth, 303-441-1032

Fourmile Canyon Flood Recovery Project Update – 3-week look ahead – No work July 4 & 5

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Here is the three-week look ahead for work in the two construction zones between Boulder Canyon Drive/SH 119 and Salina Junction:

For reference, "S" refers to the south section below Poorman Road and "N" refers to the north section above Logan Mill Road. Construction at the three wall sites in the north section is going well. Stone veneer work is taking place at the walls in the southern section. Crews will soon begin restoring the creek in areas that have been disturbed. Paving of the south section is still planned for August.

No work will take place on July 4 or 5, so cycling will be allowed.

Please obey all traffic signals (both cars and bikes). There have been a number of reports of near head-on collisions due to people running red lights. This is extremely unsafe.

Work continues on the gravel portion of upper Fourmile (Salina to Sunset). Numerous truckloads of material are being hauled away from this area. On Friday, crews will repair a drainage issue at Emerson Gulch. Next week, they'll be installing a 24" concrete culvert under the road just west of where the pavement ends in Wall Street. Expect to encounter flagging crews and short delays at both locations.

Construction of a retaining wall on Gold Run Road has been progressing well. Crews remain hopeful for an August completion. There is still a large amount of landscaping and vegetative work planned for this area. Schedules are being determined now.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Have a good day.

Sincerely,

Andrew Barth
Communications
Boulder County Transportation
303-441-1032
abarth@bouldercounty.org