SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM REPAIR PHASE III
The Town of Nederland Utilities Department is continuing its rehabilitation of the existing sewer infrastructure over the coming months. This project began in 2014 as a response to the 2013 floods. The floods created and exposed certain weaknesses in the system that have been identified and systematically repaired over the past two years. Phase III is the continuation of that work and is being funded by a State Grant for “Small Communities”.
The Town has contracted C&L Water Solutions to complete this year’s portion of the work. C&L will perform a variety of different types of work, including excavation point repairs, lateral (service) repairs, manhole repair and trenchless Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP). CIPP represents the bulk of the project and is a unique technology that allows for complete repair of the existing pipe without having to excavate and replace it. The link below will briefly explain the CIPP process that C&L will perform.
The goal of this project is to repair as many linear feet of pipe as possible as well as targeted repairs of problem areas to limit the amount of infiltration and exfiltration of ground water throughout The Towns collection system. Over the past two years, we have seen vast improvements in the system based on the work done in Phase I and Phase II. The link below highlights some of the work that has been completed to date.
Also below, is a link to a map of the affected areas throughout Town. If you are in an area where work is to be performed, you will receive further instructions/notifications closer to the actual date of work. If you have any questions or concerns about the project, please contact the Nederland Waste Water Plant at 303.258.3088.
Thank you for your cooperation during this important rehabilitation project.
NEDPEDS STORM WATER AND PATHWAYS PROJECT
The NedPeds Project kicked off in early June 2016. The project, which will improve storm water facilities, roadways and paths along Highway 72/2nd Street between the RTD Park n Ride and East Street, will restart in June 2017 to finalize a permeable asphalt cap on East 2nd Street and complete a few additional repairs. The project is supported by funds from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Nederland Downtown Development Authority (NDDA). The work also builds upon extensive repairs to the underground utilities along the route (particularly East 2nd Street) made after the September 2013 floods, utilizing cure-in-place pipe lining that did not require the roadway being dug up to complete repairs.
For questions on the project, contact Alex or Todd from F&D International (project owner’s representatives) at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
NedPeds FAQ -- October 7, 2016 (78.2 KiB, 189 hits)
NedPeds Approvals -- October 7, 2016 (78.5 KiB, 125 hits)
NedPeds Plans_BOT Presentation_Sept. 20, 2016 (3.9 MiB, 238 hits)
2nd Street Temporary Cap memo -- September 23, 2016 (147.4 KiB, 132 hits)
NedPeds Owner's Project Requirements_10.04.2012 (112.5 KiB, 86 hits)
Several recent updates have been provided at Board of Trustees meetings. For more information, visit: Nederland CivicWeb and search “NedPeds”.
10/28/2016: Latest update memo:
October 28 NedPeds Update Memo (66.4 KiB, 78 hits)
10/10/2016: Work on concrete “ribbon curbs” that form the outside of the pathways throughout the project is completing. Stabilized crusher fines will be added to form the main part of the final paths. Most pathways are complete, with portions of the 2nd Street area and spurs to go this week. Driveways on the Highway 72 portion of the project are prepared to receive asphalt mid-week, and striping for crosswalks is scheduled to follow, completing the highway segment of the project. Traffic controllers will assist with this part of the project this Wednesday and Thursday. Asphalt will also be poured at the intersection of Snyder and 2nd Streets at that time. Final walk through of the project for the season will occur this Friday, to establish any punch-list work to be completed before buttoning up the project for the season. Contractors will return next spring to finalize the permeable road material at 2nd Street.
10/3/2016: As of 4:00 PM, 2nd Street is fully open.
9/30/2016: Latest update memo:
September 30 NedPeds Update Memo (103.9 KiB, 124 hits)
9/29/2016: Please read the following memos from Katrina Harms NedPeds Status and F&D International NedPed Memo 9/23/16 regarding the NedPeds Project.
09/15/2016: Update memo for the next two weeks:
September 15 NedPeds Update Memo (110.2 KiB, 133 hits)
09/01/2016: Latest update memo:
September 1 NedPeds Update Memo (156.0 KiB, 114 hits)
8/18/2016: Please read the following memo regarding the final push on the NedPeds project: 2nd Street Memo
07/29/2016: The contractor will be working on the remainder of work left on Highway 72, East Street and Snyder Street over the next 7 days. That will complete all work outside of East 2nd Street. The project team will be reaching out to 2nd Street neighbors next week to coordinate a block meeting to go over what to expect on their part of the project.
07/22/2016: The contractor expects to finish pathway work on Highway 72 early next week, finishing with gravel fill and then moving to pouring the concrete curbing. Also to be completed will be retention walls to support bus stop improvements and pathway connection at East Street and Highway 119 at the east end of the project. The bus stop pad will also be poured, preparing for installation of a new bus shelter and bench.
07/06/2016: The contractor has excavated pathways throughout the project and begun filling them with gravel to be compacted into a walking surface, beginning along Highway 72 near the library, as well as along East Street near the post office. Next week, concrete curbing will be installed to hold in the pathway materials. Drainage piping is being updated along the way.
06/17/2016: The contractor finished utility locates and started digging for the trail along East Street this week. Structural fill for the walking pathways was delivered.
06/09/2016: Construction associated with the NEDPEDs project has started in earnest. Most of the work that has taken place over the past two weeks has been focused primarily on: staging and stockpiling of key project material items, surveying, asphalt removal, and setting up storm water control measures. Over the next coming week, excavation work will start to commence along the north side of Highway 72. The work along Hwy 72 is about creating a sustainable porous shoulder, pedestrian pathway, and storm water piping and inlets.
TOWN SHOP PROJECT
The new Town Maintenance Shop opened officially on Feb. 24, 2017, after completion of the project in January.
Town Shop Fact Sheet (55.3 KiB, 144 hits)
The Board of Trustees on Jan. 6, 2015 adopted the master plan for the Town Maintenance Shop to be built at Ridge Road, south of the Transfer Station. The Board of Trustees approved the 95% design drawings at their regular meeting of Aug. 4, 2015. The project was paid for by Town funds and a $1.04 million grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. The former Town Shop site at West 5th Street will be prepared for use in affordable housing development.
Final Design Drawings — available on Dropbox
Site Renderings -- 95% Design (228.3 KiB, 194 hits)
Town_Shop_Building_Rendering.pdf (111.4 KiB, 176 hits)
Site Plan -- 95% Design (655.0 KiB, 170 hits)
Owner's Project Requirements w/ All Attachments.073015 (2.4 MiB, 667 hits)
Master Plan information is available as part of the Jan. 6, 2015 Board meeting packet: http://nederlandco.org/meeting-agendas-packets/
DISPOSABLE BAG FEE ORDINANCE
The Nederland Board of Trustees voted to approve Ordinance 737 at its May 5, 2015 regular meeting. The Ordinance mandates a $0.10 fee on all paper and plastic bags distributed at Nederland retail stores. The complete Ordinance is available in the link below. Town staff is now working on developing a plan for implementation. Implementation began in October 2015, with enforcement beginning after April 15, 2016. All retailers should be participating at this time.
Ordinance 737 (69.2 KiB, 957 hits)
COMMUNITY CENTER SITE PLAN
The Community Center Site Master Plan was approved on Jan. 6, 2015 by the Board of Trustees after thorough consideration under the Nederland Planning Process. Project status is available at #NedZero here (search Community Center).
Plans and Project Documents
Master Plan Definition & Project Goals (286.9 KiB, 519 hits)
CC Site Master Plan (First 3 Phases) (933.1 KiB, 577 hits)
CC Site Master Plan (All Phases) (5.4 MiB, 516 hits)
CC Site Master Plan Estimated Project Costs (33.8 KiB, 380 hits)
Community Center Sales Tax 30-Year Forecast (108.5 KiB, 350 hits)
Resolution 2015-03 Adopting CC Site Master Plan (84.2 KiB, 0 hits)
BOT Minutes 02/18/2014 (Adoption of CC Site Master Plan) (512.9 KiB, 0 hits)
Site Plan NPP Results & Documents (2014) (1.3 MiB, 391 hits)
Archived Project Documents
NPP Presentation Background (59.6 KiB, 916 hits)
Community Center Site Map (2.4 MiB, 516 hits)
Site Planning Flow Chart (27.1 KiB, 650 hits)
BOT Minutes 02/18/2014 (Presentation of CC Site Plan) (631.7 KiB, 542 hits)