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Federal and Bowles Intersection Update

May 2019 @ 2:25 PM

The Littleton Public Works Department is continuing work on the Federal and Bowles project. The TABOR override provided $545,000 for this project, enough funds to move safety improvements forward but not enough for the ultimate [read more…]

Keeping Track of the City’s Assets

May 2019 @ 1:33 PM

The City of Littleton owns and maintains a large network of public infrastructures such as pavement, underground utilities, traffic signals, municipal buildings, grounds, and much more. These assets are a large capital investment for the [read more…]

Prepare for Flood Season

May 2019 @ 1:22 PM

In Littleton, the typical flood season is from mid-April to mid-September, due to spring rains or summer high-intensity thunderstorms. In a follow-up to the flood article in the last issue, here is some additional information [read more…]

Cone Zone Safety

May 2019 @ 10:58 AM

It’s that time of year again; the birds are chirping, the flowers are in brilliant bloom, and construction zones, sometimes called “cone zones,” are everywhere. It is no surprise that the first break in winter [read more…]

Prepare For Flood Season

Apr 2019 @ 4:05 PM

In Littleton, the typical flood season is from mid-April to mid-September, due to spring rains or summer high intensity thunderstorms.  Flash flooding from very heavy rain can cause rapid runoff in just a few minutes.  [read more…]

Prepare for Flood Season

Mar 2019 @ 12:33 PM

In Littleton, the typical flood season is from mid-April to mid-September, due to spring rains or summer high intensity thunderstorms. Flash flooding from very heavy rain can cause rapid runoff in just a few minutes. [read more…]

2018 Paving Project

Jan 2019 @ 3:41 PM

Over $3 million was spent on managing and improving pavement across the City of Littleton as part of the 2018 Pavement Management Program, touching over 11 miles of city streets. A variety of pavement preservation [read more…]

Denver Water Rates Increase in 2019

Jan 2019 @ 3:14 PM

The cost to operate and maintain Denver Water’s complex system of water collection, treatment and distribution facilities continues to rise while the organization improves its ability to react to changing weather patterns. As a result, [read more…]

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