All Littleton offices and facilities, including the Littleton Center, the Belleview Service Center, Bemis Library, the Littleton Museum and the Littleton Municipal Court will be closed Monday, January 17, for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Regular business hours will resume Tuesday, January 18.

To protect the health of citizens and staff, some departments are conducting business remotely or by appointment only. Police records can be obtained by appointment only. Call 303-794-1551 to report a crime, for court-ordered fingerprints, or for police assistance in other matters. Check the city's COVID Information page for the latest operating hours and procedures before visiting the city.
303-795-3863 - office
303-795-3856 - fax
Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
2255 W. Berry Avenue
Littleton, Colo. 80120

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The Public Works Department is comprised of seven divisions: Administration, Engineering, Traffic, Street Maintenance, Grounds Maintenance, Facilities Maintenance and Fleet Maintenance. 

These divisions are responsible for design, construction, inspection, and preventative maintenance of the roads, traffic systems, public buildings and landscape areas within the city. Additionally, the staff is responsible for infrastructure planning in the community and construction inspection of projects proposed by the private sector. The department manages the following public improvement activities:
  • Street lighting
  • Planting flowers
  • Community vegetable gardens
  • Main Street holiday lighting display
  • Sanitary sewer system management
  • Storm drainage improvements and maintenance
  • City open space areas, coordinating with South Suburban Parks and Recreation
  • Street sweeping, pothole-patching, snow/ice control, concrete installation and repairs, street maintenance
  • Traffic signals management and maintenance, school flashers, electronic speed signs, crosswalks, more than 8,000 traffic signs
  • Works closely with numerous city organizations including: Western Welcome Week, downtown merchants, homeowner associations, etc.
  • Maintenance, repair and safety of more than 30 city-owned facilities