Some Boulder County services returned in-person on a limited basis beginning June 1. Most services are still being offered virtually.

Resources are available for those impacted by COVID-19. For help, submit questions or call 720-776-0822 weekdays (9 a.m.-5 p.m.).

Fire Restrictions were updated on June 2 and remain in effect for western Boulder County. View the flyer and map for more details.

News Archive

March 6, 2018

Media Contact

Andrew Barth, 303-441-1032

95th Street Intersections Project and road closures restart March 12

Local residential and emergency access only during work hours

Boulder County, Colo. - The
95th
Street Intersections Improvement Project
will restart at 8 a.m. on Monday, March
12. The same travel restrictions that were in place during the fall will be
enforced during working hours, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday:

  • 95th
    Street CLOSED from just north of Valmont Road to just south of Isabelle Road
  • Isabelle Road
    CLOSED west of US287
  • Valmont Road
    CLOSED at 75th Street
  • Access
    to the Teller Farm Trailhead will be maintained on Valmont. Please approach
    from 75th Street.

The
full closure is necessary to safely complete the remaining drainage, private
utility installation, and roadway widening/resurfacing efforts. Construction,
and the associated road closure, is expected to last through May, but we will
do our best to beat that deadline.

The
goals of the project are to increase safety for all modes of travel by:

  • Widening
    95th Street to lengthen the center turn lane for both intersections
    while maintaining the standard paved shoulder along with a southbound
    right-turn lane onto Valmont Road from 95th Street;
  • Widening
    Isabelle Road to allow for an additional turn lane onto 95th Street;
    and,
  • Making
    geometric improvements on Valmont Road at the intersection to improve cyclist
    and motorist safety and roadside stormwater drainage.

Emergency
services will have access through the construction zone at all times. Residents
who live along the work zone, their guests, and their service providers will be
granted access into the construction area at all times.

For
more information on this work,
visit the
project website
,
or contact Andrew Barth at abrath@bouldercounty.org
or 303-441-1032.

All current Boulder
County Transportation project information is available at
www.BoCoConeZones.com.