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The Town of Superior is responsible for maintaining 35 miles of streets, which includes pavement preservation, snow removal, traffic signals, street sweeping, school zone flashers, signage and striping.

Report a Pothole, Snow/Ice issue, or other concern
Town of Superior Transportation Plan

Transportation & Safety Committee

Snow Removal

Superior maintains contracts for snow removal and uses a tiered system to determine priorities for snow removal. Detailed information about snow removal procedures in the Town can be found in the latest guide to Snow Removal Policies. View a map of Snow Removal Routes for roads in Superior. Priority sidewalks and trails will also be plowed based on snowfall amounts.

Street Lights

The majority of the 800+ street lights within the Town of Superior are maintained by Xcel Energy. To report a street light outage or damaged pole please make note of the 6-digit number on the pole or the nearest address and report directly to Xcel using their Street Light Outage Reporting Tool.

Traffic and Pedestrian Crossing Signals

The Town maintains 10 traffic signals as well as 8 sets of flashing pedestrian crossing signals and 11 school zone flashers. To report school zone flasher damage or outages, email Alex Bullen at or call 303-499-3675. For all other damages and outages, please contact Alex Ariniello at 303-499-3675.

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Signage and Striping

To report a damaged or missing street sign, please contact Alex Ariniello at 303-499-3675.

Annual Street Rehabilitation Project

Each year the Town's Public Works department undergoes a new street maintenance project to ensure long-lasting, high-quality roads for the Town. View more information about the 2020 Street Improvement Project.



There are several roundabouts in Superior - one at Coalton Road and McCaslin Blvd., one at 88th Street and Rock Creek Pkwy., and one at Fifth Avenue and Center Drive. When approaching a roundabout, slow down to 15 mph and look for signs to help you choose the appropriate lane for your destination. Yield to traffic in the roundabout and pedestrians in the crosswalk. Once you see a gap in traffic, enter the roundabout and keep to the right as you proceed towards your exit. Do not stop at any point within the roundabout.

View a detailed explanation of rules and regulations regarding roundabouts.



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