Pavement Maintenance Program

Keeping streets safe with annual roadwork


Each year, the Town budgets and plans summer road maintenance on both primary and local streets through the Pavement Maintenance Program. Annual maintenance extends the life of our roads and helps us get the most out of our investment in infrastructure.

Five-year rotation


Concentrating residential work in specific areas of Town improves savings and efficiency. View our interactive map to see when maintenance is expected in your area.

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Planning for 2018: Founders Village and Castlewood Ranch
In 2018, we'll be maintaining streets in the eastern part of Castle Rock, which includes Founders Village and Castlewood Ranch. Residents: sign up for email updates

Your street 


For local streets, this Council-approved program concentrates work to one of five areas of Town on a rotating basis. This year, we're working in the east area, which includes Founders Village.
 View a map of the planned work

Concentrating this work helps minimize disruption to neighborhoods, increases efficiency and reduces costs.

Primary roads 


Each year as part of the program, main roads are also addressed. This year, the Town will reconstruct Lantern Trail, between Enderud Boulevard and Mikelson Boulevard. Wagonwheel Trail will also be reconstructed. Turnstone Avenue and Tabor Drive will also get some major work. 

In addition, crews will be working along Prairie Hawk Drive, Meadows Boulevard, Wilcox Street and Woodlands Boulevard.


Meadows Boulevard


Crews will be working on Meadows Boulevard between North Meadows Drive and Cherokee Drive starting Aug. 20. The work will consist of replacing damaged concrete and smoothing out pavement. This will be similar to what was completed on Coachline Drive last year. Please be patient, and watch for constructing signs, cone zones and detours.

New Release Map

Timeframe 


Roadwork generally begins in April/May and is completed by late summer. 

Funding


In all, the Town will invest $11 million in street maintenance this year.The funding is primarily from the Town’s Transportation Fund, which includes revenues from sales tax, motor vehicle tax and building use tax.

We'll be in touch!


While we work to improve roads in your neighborhood, we know it means a temporary inconvenience, so we want you to know what to expect in terms of timing and communication. 


Watch for information in spring 2018 and throughout the summer. If we will be working on your street, we will send you a letter about two weeks ahead of time, and our contractor will place a note on your door 48 to 72 hours before scheduled work. 

We appreciate your patience. Please know, sometimes, weather impacts our schedule. We will do our best to keep you notified.