December 2, 2019 –
CO 119 Boulder Canyon Improvements Project hosts follow-up town hall
Project team to share updates and discuss solutions to community concerns
Last month, members of the Colorado Highway 119 Boulder Canyon Improvements Project met with local communities to discuss project progress and collect feedback from the public.
The Colorado Department of Transportation and Zak Dirt, the contractor that has been installing permanent repairs along CO 119 since March 2019, are now sharing schedule-saving solutions and project updates as a follow up to community input. An open house will be held on Dec. 2 to explain these updates.
Town Hall Meeting
Monday, Dec. 2
Formal presentation will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
Nederland Community Center Auditorium
750 N. Highway 72
Nederland CO, 80466
Project leadership will present a schedule for the remainder of the project, as well as blasting plans moving forward. CDOT will also update the community on coordination efforts with cell service providers, improvements to winter road maintenance and address any remaining questions. Speakers will include CDOT Executive Director Shoshana Lew, CDOT Region 4 Director Heather Paddock, and other CDOT Project Representatives. Colorado State Senator Stephen Fenberg will also be in attendance. The meeting presentation will be filmed and posted to the project website, along with all other meeting materials, for those who cannot attend.