Missing Sidewalk Links Program
The Missing Sidewalk Links Program identifies, prioritizes, and constructs missing sidewalk segments to provide a continuous pedestrian network and ensure a safe walking environment. Construction of missing sidewalk links supports "Pedestrian Policy Plan of the TMP" (Transportation Master Plan) by eliminating breaks and discontinuities in the sidewalk system and ensuring adequate connections to transit.
Projects are identified by community members and then added to prioritized lists of "small" or "large" missing sidewalk links. Small projects cost less than $75,000 and are completed using funds from the city's Pedestrian Facilities budget. Large missing sidewalk link projects cost more than $75,000 and are prioritized and assessed for inclusion in the annual budget process.
The Transportation Division prioritizes construction of small and large missing sidewalk link projects based on several factors, including existing utility and roadway conditions. View the prioritized lists below.
Prior to beginning a missing sidewalk link project, the City of Boulder will inform adjacent property owners, residents and interested parties about the upcoming work.
Missing Sidewalk Links Map
Explore the map below to view missing sidewalk links identified by the community or from imagery.
Missing Sidewalk Links Funded for Construction
Prioritized List of Large Missing Sidewalk Link Projects
Prioritized List of Small Missing Sidewalk Link Projects