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March Newsletter

GOVERNMENT CAPITAL

GOVERNMENT CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS 2018 Greenwood Village’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP) identifies planned public infrastructure projects. This list shows the planned projects for 2018. For updated information and status on these projects, please visit the Capital Projects page on the City of Greenwood Village website, under the Public Works Department, or call Public Works at 303-708-6100 or email Public Works Director John Sheldon at jsheldon@greenwoodvillage.com. BUILDING PROJECTS Maintenance Facility Phase II Design and Construction (District 3) Project Description: The purpose of the maintenance facility project is to address space needs for the Public Works and Parks, Trails, and Recreation departments, to protect Village equipment, and to support long-term operations. The project was programmed in two phases. The second phase includes remodeling of the heated shop at the existing maintenance facility and reconstruction of the administrative offices. STREETS AND TRANSPORTATION Arapahoe Station and Peakview Avenue Improvements (District 3) Project Description: The current configuration of Peakview Avenue east of Yosemite Street allows for access to the private parking garage. Some users of the light rail station are being dropped off on the street in this location. This project proposes to allow for a better pedestrian experience, as well as a designated area for light rail dropoffs. The proposed configuration will be developed in conjunction with potential new access to the parcel to the south. Belleview/Holly Northbound Right-turn Lane (District 1/2) Project Description: The project consists of installing a northbound right-turn lane to improve access to eastbound Belleview and reduce congestion at the intersection, which was completed in 2017. In addition to the operational improvements, the traffic signal will be upgraded from span wire to pole and mast arm, which will improve the appearance of the intersection. Belleview Avenue/Steele Street Traffic Signal (District 1) Project Description: This project will improve safety and accessibility for the side streets through the installation of a traffic signal in partnership with Cherry Hills Village. Concrete Replacement Program (City Wide) Project Description: This program provides for the rehabilitation of concrete facilities throughout the Village including curb and gutter, cross pans, and on-street drainage structures. Also included in the program are concrete improvements to address ADA requirements. Gravel Roads Rehabilitation Program (District 1) Project Description: Rehabilitation of gravel roads in the Village to improve ride quality while preserving the characteristics of the rural area. Headwall Repair for Yosemite Bridge Access to Plaza Tower One (District 2/3) Project Description: This project consists of repairing the deteriorated south headwall at the Yosemite Overpass west vehicular tunnel into the Plaza Tower One. Holly Street Intersection Rehabilitation (District 1/2) Project Description: This project consists of reconstructing three stop-controlled intersections (Powers, Berry, and Prentice) along Holly Street to address ongoing maintenance and drivability issues while maintaining pedestrian and bicycle safety features. Long Road Reconstruction (District 1) Project Description: The project consists of pavement reconstruction, upgrading the drainage system, and enhancements to bike and pedestrian facilities. Orchard Road/Quebec Street Traffic Signal Repair (District 2) Project Description: This project is to repair the mast arm at the southeast corner of the intersection. Orchard Road at I-25 Left-Turn Lane Extension (District 2) Project Description: This project will extend the length of the eastbound left-turn lanes onto northbound I-25 to reduce congestion at the interchange. Pavement Preservation Program (City Wide) Project Description: This project provides for the preservation of asphalt throughout the Village to provide the public with high-quality streets. Pavement Rehabilitation Program (City Wide) Project Description: This project provides for the ongoing repair and rehabilitation of asphalt throughout the Village to provide the public with high-quality streets. Trail Rehabilitation Program (City Wide) Project Description: This program provides for the rehabilitation of asphalt and concrete trails throughout the Village. Ulster Circle East Sidewalk (District 2) Project Description: This project constructs a missing portion of sidewalk to provide safe and convenient pedestrian access, in partnership with the Goldsmith Metropolitan District. Yosemite Avenue/Caley Avenue Westbound Right Extension (District 3) Project Description: With the development of the Village Center, improvements were identified at the Yosemite PG. 10 GV NEWSLETTER | MARCH 2018

GOVERNMENT Street and Caley Avenue intersection to reduce congestion by widening Caley Avenue east of Yosemite Street. Yosemite Bridge Rail Assessment (District 2/3) Project Description: This project consists of completing a conditions assessment of the Yosemite Overpass rail barriers. Based on this assessment, a scope of work for design and construction services will be proposed for future CIP consideration. Yosemite Street/Fair Avenue Traffic Signal (District 3) Project Description: During the Village Center development, the traffic mitigation included the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Yosemite Street and Fair Avenue. Yosemite Street Sidewalk — Willow Drive and Yosemite Street (District 3) Project Description: With the buildout of the Caley undercrossing, a regional trail around Caley Pond was constructed and it meets at Yosemite Street and the south access to the Village Center. This connection will allow users to make connections to the Village Center without needing to cross the roadway twice. DRAINAGE Belleview/Clarkson Street Drainage Project (District 1) Project Description: The existing storm sewer does not have an adequate capacity which contributes toward ponding issues at the southeast corner of the Belleview Avenue and Clarkson Street intersection. Originally the project included upsizing the storm sewer pipe to increase the capacity. Due to utility conflicts, a cross pan is being proposed to drain the water to the west. Bridgewater Pond Improvements (District 3) Project Description: The project includes the repair of the drop structure and functional improvements to the ponds. Goldsmith Gulch – Orchard at Silo Park (District 3) Project Description: The project includes the replacement of the existing culvert with a larger structure to reduce the potential for overtopping of Orchard Road in a 100-year storm event. Greenwood Gulch — Holly to High Line Canal Improvements (District 1) Project Description: This project consists of channel improvements and installation of a new low flow crossing at the existing Greenwood Gulch trail crossing. Design and construction of the low flow crossing and channel improvements are being funded in partnership with Urban Drainage and Flood Control District and an Arapahoe County Open Space grant. RECREATION Carson Skate Park Expansion (District 2) Project Description: This project adds approximately 4,000 square feet to the existing skate park to include street features in contrast to the bowls of the current park. Project is supported by an Arapahoe County Open Space grant. Goldsmith Gulch Channel Restoration (District 3) Project Description: This project involves the restoration of the Goldsmith Gulch Channel through the Village open space property between Fair Avenue and Caley Avenue. Silo Park Playground Replacement (District 3) Project Description: Upon completion of a public input process in the summer of 2018, the playground at Silo Park will be replaced with new equipment in the fall. Running Fox Pond Restoration (District 2) Project Description: The Running Fox Pond was previously filled with tap water, which became costly to fill. Additionally, the pond presented several maintenance issues. The project will restore a smaller pond as an amenity to the park with a combined stream bed design. Marjorie Perry Nature Preserve Outlet Box (District 1) Project Description: Modification to the lower pond is necessary to meet the requirement to release water when a “call” is requested due to water rights. This includes installation of a controlled outlet and installation of a bypass pipe. Curtis Outdoor Exercise Equipment (District 1) Project Description: This project will add seven pieces of outdoor exercise equipment to the Curtis Park directly north of the Curtis Art Center. Project is supported by an Arapahoe County Open Space grant. Village Greens Park, Phase IV (District 4) Project Description: Project includes the addition of amenities to the entry to the existing disc golf and mountain bike courses to include shelters, drinking fountains, seating areas and plumbed restroom. Project is supported by Arapahoe County Open Space joint project funding. Greenwood Gulch Undercrossing at Orchard Road (District 2) Project Description: This project is a feasibility study on how to improve the safety, user experience and ability to maintain the undercrossing under Orchard Road near Orchard Drive. Goals include increasing head clearance, free-board from channel overtopping and lighting. Project is supported by an Arapahoe County Open Space grant. GV MARCH 2018 | GV NEWSLETTER PG. 11