Fourth Street Rehabilitation

Update 03.08.19

The Town held a public outreach meeting on March 7th to gather community feedback on the conceptual design alternatives. Thank you to all who attended and provided comment. The material that was presented at the public meeting is available below, including the presentation and exhibits of the alternatives. Written comments may be mailed to the Town of Estes Park Public Works, RE: Fourth Street Rehabilitation, P.O. Box 1200, Estes Park, CO 80517 or email to publicworks@estes.org by March 15.

4th Street Open House Presentation Material

Alternative A

Alternative B

Alternative C

Intersection


Update 02.20.19

The Town of Estes Park invites community members to hear information and provide comment on the preliminary design alternatives for the Fourth Street Rehabilitation project at an open house Thursday, March 7, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. at the Estes Valley Community Center, 660 Community Drive, in the lower level conference room. A project overview will be presented at 4:30 p.m. and concept drawings will be available for review afterwards. The project is expected to take place in May and June of 2019, and consists of asphalt repaving along Fourth Street, with the potential to redesign the current layout of sidewalks, parking lanes, traffic lanes and new bike lanes. This project is funded with Street Improvement Funds from the one percent sales tax approved by voters under 2014's Ballot Issue 1A. It is planned in coordination with the Town Water Division's work to upgrade the neighborhood's water lines.

Public Works Pavement Manager Ryan Barr commented, "I am looking forward to this project and the opportunity to make the area surrounding the Events Complex friendlier to pedestrians, cyclists, motorists, and the neighborhood particularly during large events." The Town of Estes Park encourages neighbors and other interested community members to provide input on the preliminary design alternatives at the open house. Staff from the Town's Water Division and Estes Park Sanitation District will also be available at the meeting to provide updates and answer questions related to their projects in the neighborhood.

Individuals who cannot attend the March 7 meeting are encouraged to review the concepts and meeting materials which will be available online by March 8 at www.estes.org/FourthStreetRehab. Written comments may be mailed to the Town of Estes Park Public Works, RE: Fourth Street Rehabilitation, P.O. Box 1200, Estes Park, CO 80517 or emailed to publicworks@estes.org by March 15.

For more information on the project, visit www.estes.org/FourthStreetRehab or call (970) 577-3587. Sign up to receive Town news and/or agendas at www.estes.org/subscribe. More updates at www.facebook.com/townofestesparkco, and www.twitter.com/townofestespark.