The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is responsible for all street surface repairs and maintenance including potholes, snow control, and weed mowing and for signal maintenance/timing on state highways within Broomfield's city limits including Hwy 121, Hwy 128, Hwy 287 (a.k.a. Wadsworth Boulevard), 120th Avenue, and Hwy 7, Please contact CDOT directly with any questions or concerns.
As soon as possible after getting paint from road stripes on vehicle, wash the vehicle at a car wash with a pressure wand. This will loosen and remove most of the paint unless it has dried for more than a day. If the car wash does not remove the paint, allow the vehicle to dry, and then spray the paint residue with WD-40 and allow it to stay on the area for 1-2 hours and rewash the vehicle. The WD-40 will soften the traffic paint without harming the vehicle's finish. Repeat the procedure for heavy concentrations.
NOTE: DO NOT SCRUB THE VEHICLE'S FINISH WITH A SOLVENT OR SCOURING CLEANSER AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE FINISH!!