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Snow and Ice Removal

Feb 2020 @ 11:44 AM

The substantial snow and ice event that occurred over the 2019 Thanksgiving holiday is not common for the Front Range. The volume of snow and moisture content were high for this time of year and [read more…]

Littleton Pavement Management Plan

Dec 2019 @ 2:52 PM

The Littleton Public Works Department has created a five-year Pavement Management Plan that identifies future maintenance projects. This plan helps identify which streets will receive maintenance in the next five years and will allow crews [read more…]

Repairs Coming to Mineral Station Bridge

Oct 2019 @ 11:18 AM

RTD has awarded a maintenance contract for the Mineral Station pedestrian bridge, located at the intersection of South Santa Fe Drive, to perform needed bridge repairs. Work will include concrete, joint, and metal decking repairs; [read more…]

Denver Water Work in Downtown Littleton

Oct 2019 @ 11:09 AM

Denver Water is replacing the water main on Rapp Street, between Alamo and Church Avenues. The replacement work kicks off a major project to replace aging and leaking pipes in and around Downtown Littleton and [read more…]

Updates for Federal and Bowles

Oct 2019 @ 3:47 PM

Voters approved the TABOR override in 2017, providing $545,000 for upgrades to the intersection of Federal and Bowles. This is enough funding to move forward with safety improvements, but not enough for the ultimate intersection [read more…]

Re-striping on Windermere Street

Oct 2019 @ 3:43 PM

In the fall of 2018 as part of the city’s regular road maintenance, Windermere Street from Belleview Avenue to Littleton Boulevard was resurfaced and restriped. The striping was intended to be temporary so the city [read more…]

Home Improvement Tips

Oct 2019 @ 3:42 PM

Thinking about starting some home improvement projects soon? Projects like landscaping, decks, patios, fences, and remodeling may require some planning ahead for the delivery and storage of materials during construction. Storing these materials on the [read more…]

Keep Sewers Clean

Oct 2019 @ 3:26 PM

The city owns and maintains about 120 miles of sanitary sewer pipe. This extensive municipal pipe system is designed to carry wastewater away from individual buildings to the South Platte Water Renewal Partners treatment plant [read more…]

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