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June 1, 2017

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Andrew Barth, 303-441-1032

Reopening of Dillon Road between US 287 and 120th Street

Road had been closed since 2013 Flood

Boulder County, Colo. - Boulder
County Transportation has completed its flood recovery work on Dillon Road at
Rock Creek. This section of Dillon Road between US 287 and 120
Street is now open in both directions.

the 2013 Flood, the culvert failed that carried Dry Creek underneath Dillon
Road and multiple vehicles became stuck. Dillon Road has remained closed in
this location since then. Design and construction of the new culvert and
roadway cost $1,779,000. The project is eligible for financial reimbursement
from the Federal Highways Administration (FHWA).

For more information
on this work, contact Andrew Barth at abarth@bouldercounty.org
or 303-441-1032. All current Boulder County Transportation project information
is available at

Damage after the 2013 Flood on Dillon Road

Damage on Dillon Road after the 2013 Flood

Updated walking path near Dillon Road

Reconstruction on walking path near Dillon Road

Reopened Dillon Road between US287 and 120th Street

Dillon Road reopened between US287 and 120th Street