Multi-use Paths and Underpasses
The City of Boulder maintains an extensive network of paths for use by cyclists, pedestrians and boarders.
Boulder Creek Path and Broadway Path
The Boulder Creek Path is maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department and the section of the Broadway multi-use path between Regent Drive and University Avenue is maintained by the University of Colorado (303-492-5522).
All other multi-use paths are maintained by City of Boulder Transportation Maintenance or the adjacent property owner.
Annual multi-use path program maintenance
Beginning June 24, the multi-use path bridge over Twomile Canyon Creek will be replaced as it is at the end of its life cycle. There will also be minor street drainage and curb ramp improvements at the northwest corner of Wonderland Hill and Linden avenues. This work is expected to take 4-5 weeks to complete and there will be detours in place for cyclists and pedestrians (see image below).
For the latest construction and traffic information, visit www.boulderconezones.net.
To report a multi-use path maintenance issue that is an immediate public safety hazard, call 303-413-7100 between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. At any other time, please call Boulder Police dispatch at 303-441-3333.
To request maintenance on the Boulder Creek Path, call 303-441-3858 or Make a Service Request for Park Maintenance Issues.
For all other multi-use path maintenance issues, including vegetation issues along paths, underpass issues, and path surface issues, call 303-413-7100 or Make a Service Request for Multi-use Path Maintenance.
Path sweeping services include sweeping and cleaning multi-use paths to remove dirt, debris, and hazards to help increase safety, improve drainage, and reduce dust and air pollution.
Most of the work is accomplished using mechanical sweepers and hand cleaning is performed at inaccessible locations. Pressurized water may also be used in conjunction with sweeping.