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October 17, 2019

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Andrew Barth, Transportation Communications, 303-441-1032

Alexandra Phillips, Bicycle Planner,

Fourmile Canyon Flood Recovery Project Update – 3-week look ahead – Oct. 17

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As you may have seen, crews successfully paved the bottom layer of ashpalt on the south section of road, between CO 119 and Poorman Road. Work will continue in this section with crews applying temporary striping, completing the inlets and outlets of the new culverts, additional retaining wall coverage, and stream restoration over the coming weeks. Expect to see flaggers in this area while work is ongoing.

In the north section, Logan Mill Road to Salina Junction, work continues at five of the seven retaining walls in this stretch. Wall work includes finishing the structural components at two walls, backfilling one wall site where the wall was recently completed, and completing the stone veneer at two walls that have been built. Excavation at the final wall site to be built below the junction is now anticipated to start at the end of October. Travel through the work zones in the north section will continue to be controlled by both flaggers and the traffic signals.

Here is the anticipated schedule as provided by Lawrence Construction:

Lawrence has requested that people refrain from using their construction dumpsters for disposal of their own trash. This is illegal and could result in a visit from law enforcement.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Have a good day.


Andrew Barth
Boulder County Transportation