Gordon Drive Improvement Project

Updated: November 2017

Castle Rock Water is planning infrastructure improvements along Gordon Drive to address stormwater flows and minimize street flooding. In order to construct the storm sewer system within the existing right-of-way, modifications to the existing sanitary sewer and water line infrastructure will be necessary.

The Public Works Department has scheduled proposed improvements that include reconstruction of Gordon Drive pavement from an inverted crown to a standard crown with catch curb and gutter, between Johnson Drive and Gordon Lane. Some adjacent streets may receive an asphalt overlay.  

The initial phase of design to survey the area to verify right-of-way and easement limits has been completed. Drainage alternatives have been evaluated and final design of the following improvements are underway.

  • Reconstruction of pavement from an inverted crown to a standard crown with catch curb and gutter, generally between Johnson Drive and Gordon Lane, including replacement of the existing sidewalk
  • Installation of ‘100-year event' storm sewer system along with inlet and outlet structures
  • Modifications to and/or replacements of the existing sanitary sewer and water line infrastructure

Construction of the Gordon Drive Improvement Project is scheduled for 2018 and is estimated to take about 4 months to complete.

Residents will receive additional updates prior to construction and an open house will be scheduled to discuss street access to homes and disruptions in water service during construction. 

For additional information and questions regarding the survey, please call the Stormwater Hotline at 720-733-2235 or email us.

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