2020 Pavement Preservation Program

Broomfield's Pavement Preservation Program is a multi-step approach where annual funds are first applied to mitigation streets that are in disrepair and require heavy maintenance. This extends the service life of the street and provides and better looking and riding surface.
PPP Pics

2020 Residential Street Project List (updated weekly)

STREET FROM TO CONCRETE PATCHING MILLING PAVING
Applewood Ct Cherrywood St Cul-De-Sac COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE
Deerfield Way Crabapple St W 122nd Ave COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE
Plaster Cir Plaster Cir Plaster Cir COMPLETE COMPLETE Week of 11/2 Week of 11/9
Sassafras Ln Kohl St Cul-De-Sac COMPLETE COMPLETE Week of 11/9 Week of 11/9
Bryant Cir Bryant Dr Bryant Dr COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE
Bryant Pl Bryant Dr Cul-De-Sac COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE COMPLETE

2020 Major Arterial Street Project List (updated weekly)

STREET FROM TO CONCRETE PATCHING MILLING PAVING
W 10th Ave Hwy 287 Opal St COMPLETE COMPLETE TBD TBD
Interlocken Lp Eldorado Blvd Interlocken Blvd COMPLETE COMPLETE Week of 10/26 Week of 11/2
Nickel St W 1st Ave W Midway Blvd COMPLETE N/A COMPLETE COMPLETE
NOTE: Actual construction schedules may vary due to weather and/or uncontrollable circumstances which will be reflected in the tables above.
Work Hours : Work will be allowed from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in the residential areas. Park areas are considered to be residential. Work will be allowed on Saturdays from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the non-residential areas. No work will be allowed on Sundays or holidays.

Parking and Traffic Restrictions: “No Parking” signs will be placed as necessary no later than the day before a construction activity is to take place. No parking restrictions are effective during working hours only. No overnight parking restrictions are anticipated. Traffic delays can be anticipated during working hours. When you notice that the “No Parking” signs have been placed on your street, please remove your vehicles from the street during the “Work Hours”. (Violators may be towed at the owner’s expense)