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Public Works Projects

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Check the list below for current street and utility projects. Some projects may cause traffic delays or detours. Many outdoor project dates are dependent on fair weather. For more information about specific projects, contact the public works department at 303-795-3863.

Project Location
Questions? Contact:
Various storm drainage projects
• Roadway underdrains installation in Trailmark
• Storm sewer installation in Wolhurst Landing
•Detention pond routine maintenance/cleaning at Santa Fe and Mineral
Water Resource Manager  or call 303-795-3836
Sanitary sewer spot repairs
Repairing sections of broken sewer pipe through the city
Water Resource Manager  or call 303-795-3836
Federal/Berry Pedestrian Signal
S. Federal Blvd. at Berry Ave.
Program Manager or call 303-795-3919

Projects at other agencies:

Did you know?

Reconstruction of a street costs $1.3 million per mile, while road preservation methods such as crack sealing and mill and overlay cost as little as $5,500 per mile? Street Maintenance Project Costs

Public Works News & Notices:

City of Littleton Statement Concerning Homicide of George Floyd

Littleton Police Train in De-escalation Techniques, Proper Use of Force

Post Date:10/01/2020

This story was originally posted 6/5/2020

The Littleton City Council and staff share in the grief surrounding the homicide of George Floyd and support the peaceful protests that encourage care and concern for all. Racism of any kind is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in the city organization or in the community. "The city council and staff are committed to equality and inclusivity in every area of life and vow to listen, learn and do everything possible to ensure Littleton is welcoming to all citizens, businesses and visitors," said Littleton Mayor Jerry Valdes.

The Littleton Police Department (LPD) is accredited by CALEA, the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies. CALEA requires compliance with more than 380 national best practices and an annual review. Fewer than 10 percent of the country’s 18,000 law enforcement agencies achieve this accreditation. Chief Doug Stephens and his staff believe accreditation is a valuable tool to promote transparency and professionalism in the department.

Officers receive extensive training on anti-bias, implicit bias, community policing, de-escalation, and proper use of force. While Colorado requires law enforcement officers receive 24 hours of in-service training each year, Littleton officers receive in excess of 100 hours per year. Training is focused on reality-based, role-playing scenarios, where de-escalation techniques are emphasized to reduce the likelihood of the need to use force. Every member of the LPD completed specific training on implicit bias in April of this year, prior to the tragic incident in Minneapolis, and officers train regularly on community policing, ethics, and bias.

Littleton Police Officers work diligently to build and maintain positive and professional relationships with everyone in the city and are committed to treating all with respect. The LPD greatly values the bond it has built with the community and will continue to work to strengthen this partnership.

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