July 4th Closures
All City of Boulder administrative facilities, public libraries and Age Well Centers will be closed Monday, July 4, for the Independence Day holiday. Some facilities and services will be open.
Q1 - Q2 2022
Jan 2022 - Summer 2022 | Project start date, Jan. 9, 2022
Beginning Wednesday, April 20, Baseline Road between Foothills and 55th Street will experience a new traffic pattern. Eastbound traffic will be moved to one of the westbound lanes to allow for the next phase of work on the Foothills and Baseline Sanitary Sewer Improvement Project. Crews will be installing sanitary sewer piping for the next two to three months. To enable the flow of traffic, no left-hand turns from Baseline will be permitted at Crescent /Manhattan. Access to the Crescent neighborhood is from 55th St. Access to Manhattan is from South Boulder Road. We appreciate those affected by the work zone adjusting to new travel patterns/routes to ensure we can successfully complete this critical infrastructure project. Baseline will remain closed east of 55th Street as work on the new sewer line continues until paving east of 55th Street is complete.
Beginning on Friday, May 13 through Monday, May 16, Manhattan Dr. at Baseline will be closed while crews complete a pipe crossing and re-pave the intersection. Please follow the signed detour.
Throughout this project, community members should expect to experience traffic impacts along Baseline Road and Thunderbird Drive. Please check the city's Cone Zones for current traffic impacts. Message boards will be placed along impacted routes prior to any roadway closures. Traffic Impacts will include:
Some utility customers will experience brief water and sewer service outages to allow construction crews to tie into the new sewer line. All impacted customers will receive notification prior to any planned service interruptions.
This project is located along Baseline Road from Gapter Road to Foothills Parkway and along Thunderbird Road between Baseline Road and Sioux Drive.
This project will increase the carrying capacity of the sewer lines in the area by increasing both pipe sizes and slopes. Major project components include:
Estimated Cost: $4.5M - for construction and construction services (does not include design)
Funding: This project is being funded through utility fees