Weekly Construction Update

Each week during the construction season, we’ll be updating this page with information about the progress on our construction projects. Offseason updates (November-March) will be less frequent due to less activity.

Please do not touch, move, or remove cones, signs, and barricades in roadwork and construction zones. Displacing site tools impedes and prolongs work!

Current roadwork projects:

  • Asphalt patching (pothole repair) is anticipated to start on Colorado Blvd. from Bella Rosa Pkwy. to Majestic St. on Wednesday, June 2. Work continues on Monday, June 7, on Colorado Blvd. from Bella Rosa Pkwy. to Godding Hollow. On Tuesday, June 8,  patching continues on Colorado Blvd. at Godding Hollow to Majestic Street. Patching work continues on June 10 on Colorado Blvd. to the south of Godding Hollow. This work will impact traffic flow. Please be aware of possible lane closures, flaggers, and workers in the area. Thank you to our Engineering team for staying on top of updates and prioritizing projects for the safety of our residents.
  • Slurry Sealing will begin in Angel View and Countryside subdivisions on Tuesday, June 8.
  • Concrete repairs will happen in the following areas on June 10 and June 11: 311 Fifth St. (downtown Frederick), Brook St. , and Warwick St (next to Coalridge Park). This work is being done to put in an ADA route into the park. Coalridge Park will install the ADA ramp on June 10.
  • Waterline installation work on CR 5 is ongoing. Some road correction work will continue the week of June 7 to June 11.
  • In Wyndham Hill, the projected start time for the mill and overlay of the roundabout is June 28.
  • In June, Slurry Seal work will begin in No Name Creek, Bobcat Street in Fox Run, Countryside, and Angel View Estates.

Please be aware of no parking signs, possible lane closures, flaggers, and workers in the area. Use the Pavement Management System map to see which streets are scheduled for work.

Pavement Management System

Did you know the Town of Frederick maintains more than 104 miles of public streets? To manage this system, the Town Engineering Department and Public Works use a Pavement Management System to assist in evaluating the pavement condition, serviceable life and maintenance strategies for Town-owned roads and alleyways.

Check out the Pavement Management System page to read more about the methods used in pavement maintenance and rehabilitation.

Safe Routes To Schools

The Safe Routes To Schools project is complete. See the pictures below for a glimpse of the new, safe route to school.

View a map of the Safe Routes to Schools Thunder Valley K-8 Multiuse Trail Project.

Safe Routes to Schools Progress

new winding sidewalk in neighborhood
road with crosswalk signs on either side, neighborhood in background
new sidewalk splitting in two directions in neighborhood
construction crew pouring cement sidewalk
construction crew pouring cement
construction machinery