Boulder County continues to work with unincorporated subdivision residents to find a solution for fixing deteriorating subdivision roads. In 2017, the first Public Improvement District (Burgundy Park) was formed to create a funding mechanism for road reconstruction and paving within a specified subdivision.
County Transportation continues to maintain local subdivision roads depending on the condition and “fixability” of each road. This sort of maintenance work includes pothole patching, snow removal, and minor resurfacing.
It is the responsibility of area property owners to complete major resurfacing projects (or find a funding mechanism to contract the work), including repaving, for these local subdivision roads. Current county policy states that rehabilitation or reconstruction of unincorporated local subdivision roads, including paving, is the responsibility of the property owners who use the road to access their property.
Subdivision Paving Projects – Community Use Roads
The Boulder County Commissioners continue to fund the repaving of community use roads (i.e., those that connect public places or major roads) within unincorporated county subdivisions. Since these roads, which make up about 20% of all subdivisions roads, provide access to community uses, the county has agreed to repave them on an ongoing, annual basis. The amount allocated for this purpose equals about $1 million each year. While each year must be evaluated for available funding, it is the commissioners’ intention to ensure that all community-use roads are repaved within the next 10-15 years.
- Subdivision Paving Comment Form or call 303-441-1612
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- Read about how Boulder County continues to maintain unincorporated subdivision roads