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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
Anticipated Start Date
2019 Pavement Management Projects
Various locations throughout the city Late April 2019
Sanitary & Storm Sewer Inspection Program Various locations throughout the city Mid Summer 2018
Bowles/Federal Intersection Safety Improvements
W. Bowles Ave. at S. Federal Blvd.
Federal/Berry Pedestrian Signal
S. Federal Blvd. at Berry Ave.

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:

Candidates Certified for City Council Election

Post Date:08/27/2019

Littleton City Clerk Wendy Heffner has certified the petitions submitted by candidates for the November 5, 2019 Littleton City Council Election. The candidates are:

District II
Kathleen Eckel, Jane Ozga, and Jerry Valdes

District IV
Iftin Abshir, Kelly Milliman

At Large
Pam Grove, Scott Melin, Jessica Mendes Ford, Kyle Schlachter, and Bill Schwanitz

District IV Council Member Debbie Brinkman and At Large Council Member Peggy Cole are term limited and cannot run for re-election.

In the district races, the winners will serve four-year terms. In the at-large race, the person receiving the highest number of votes will serve a four-year term and the person receiving the second highest number of votes will serve a two-year term.

Counties will mail ballots to all registered electors starting on October 14 and the 24-hour ballot drop-off locations will open the same day. October 29 is the last day a voter can request a ballot be sent by mail.

A reception will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 19 to welcome the new council members and recognize those who served. The new council members will be sworn in at 6:30 p.m. by Presiding Judge Ethan Feldman who will administer the oath of office. The new council will then elect the mayor and mayor pro tem to serve for the next two years.

More information about the election can be found by visiting the websites of the counties: Arapahoe Votes website, Douglas Votes website, and Jefferson County election website; or by calling the Littleton City Clerk’s Office at 303-795-3753.


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