Since 2014, Boulder County has been spending approximately $1 million annually for rehabilitation of community use roads in unincorporated county subdivisions. Community use roads are defined as those paved roads in unincorporated county subdivisions that provide access to facilities used by the general public, such as parks, trailheads, schools, places of worship, and those that provide a connection between primary roads and also experience significant cut through traffic.
2017 roads are currently being determined.
- Flatiron Drive in Brownsville Subdivision
In 2016, the county rebuilt:
- Linden Drive and Linden Loop
In 2015, the county rebuilt:
- Idylwild Trail
- Carter Trail
- Clubhouse Road
- Longview Drive
In the first year of the program (2014), the county rebuilt:
- Heatherwood Drive
- Westview Drive
- Twin Lakes Road
Future community use roads will be prioritized based on several factors, including the amount of traffic using the road, the pavement quality, the cost of repaving compared to available funding, and the ability to combine the work with other roadwork in the vicinity in order to reduce costs to the extent possible.