Construction protects our common investment in roads. Here’s what you can do.

When you’re driving to a work area, it’s natural to feel a little frustrated. Nobody likes unexpected delays. The annual summer road works are starting soon and we want everyone to be safe and informed.

Well-maintained roads are safer and last longer. Each year, Douglas County provides for the maintenance of county streets, including residential roads and major arterials. Get details on this year’s projects by visiting DouglasRoadWork.com.

Due to temperature requirements for road materials, road work typically takes place between May and October in Colorado.

Our teams are proud to do this work for our citizens every year. Watch this video of 6-year-old Elijah helping our crews.

Sometimes, however, working in a construction zone can be a trying experience for our teams. Please help keep our workers safe. To slow down. Ditch the distraction.

We are committed to helping reduce unforeseen delays. There are several ways to find out what’s coming, so you can plan a little extra time:

A safe and accessible multimodal transportation system is one of the Board of County Commissioner’s six core priorities. Learn more about county transportation initiatives online.

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