Last updated: January 29, 2020
This is your source for updated information regarding work on public roads in Superior. Updates will be posted here informing residents and visitors of construction progress and closure dates for affected streets and neighborhoods.
Please email us if you would like to receive electronic notification on road construction projects, affected streets, lane restrictions and closures.
Current Road Closures
The far right lane of McCaslin Blvd between US 36 and Main Street will be closed intermittently throughout the spring for utility work. This does not affect thru traffic.
S. 76th St
S. 76th St between Marshall Road and Guardian Storage will have intermittent lane closures and street plates installed for utility work. This is tentatively scheduled to last until April 2020.
1st Avenue between Coal Creek Drive and William Street will be closed intermittently through January and February for utility work. 1st Avenue will remain open to local traffic only.
Marshall Road between Center Dr and McCaslin Blvd will have intermittent lane closures at night throughout the spring for utility work.
The westbound right turn lane of Coalton Road between Rock Creek Parkway and Tyler Drive will be closed intermittently throughout February for utility work. Lane restrictions will be in place at the intersection of Coalton Road and Rock Creek Parkway. All turning movements at this intersection will be allowed.
Work Zone Guidelines
Please use extra caution when traveling work zones. Give workers and other drivers plenty of room to minimize the chance of accidents. Please be mindful of field personnel, machinery, and observe all posted signs.
Work hours will be 7 AM – 5 PM Monday - Friday however weather and other factors may affect the exact hours and duration of the work.
If you notice any issues with construction that was completed (concrete cracking, landscape repairs, irrigation repairs, etc.), please report it to Alex Bullen at email@example.com or 303-499-3675x110. The Town has a two-year warranty on all completed work.
The Town appreciates your patience in advance while performing these projects to continue its goal of investing in and maintaining the public infrastructure.