There are multiple and ever changing road closures in North Denver, including the RiNo Art District, and the best information can currently be found here: Navigate North Denver

In addition, RiNo Talks provides updates about the what's happening in the RiNo Art District. These public meetings are posted here: Engage


EVENT STREET CLOSURE ALERT: Thursday October 22nd – Sunday October 25th the EXDO Event Center “Back to the Block” event will close Walnut St from 35th to 36th St. Contact the event for details: backtotheblock.com


Visit the CDOT website for more information on the Central 70 Project and sign up for construction updates.


Visit the City of Denver website for more information on the 39th Ave Greenway & Open Channel Project and on the 27th Street Storm Drain Project.


Arkins Court permanently closed August 17, 2020


WALNUT STREET TWO-WAY CONVERSION

The Walnut Street Project Team is in the home stretch for the Walnut Street two-way signing, striping, and signal design project. The conversion should be complete shortly after Labor Day, weather permitting. Here is a quick update on the schedule:

SIGNAL WORK: Many of you have noted the signal work taking place at Broadway and Walnut. That work is nearly complete, and the signal will be turned on when the resurfacing, restriping, and signing updates are complete.

MILLING and PAVING: The crews are finished with the milling operations (removing the top layer of asphalt) along the corridor and have laid the new pavement.

STRIPING and STREET CLOSURE: On September 10 and 11, crews will restripe and update signage on the corridor to complete the two-way conversion. To maintain safety during the two-way conversion, this work will require a full closure of the corridor for two days - September 10 and September 11. While Walnut Street will be closed, sidewalks along Walnut Street and side streets will remain available for business access and parking. For your safety, please observe all street closure signs during this time. We are coordinating with crews to reopen mid-afternoon on Friday to accommodate more business activity along the corridor.

PARKING: Later this fall, 2020, crews will be on the corridor to complete the parking modifications to convert all parking on Walnut Street to parallel parking.

By the afternoon of September 11, we anticipate Walnut Street will function as a two-way street! Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we complete this long-awaited project. And thank you all for your input work and support to make this project happen!

Please email Neighborhood.Mobility@denvergov.org if you have any questions.


35th St. Sanitary Improvement Project

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General Information:

The 35th Street Sanitary Improvement project will rehabilitate the sanitary sewer main in 35th Street. The project area includes 35th Street from Chestnut Place (west boundary) to Dexter Street (east boundary). See specific locations above.

The purpose of the project is to improve the sanitary sewer main which is in need of repair. To minimize impacts to the area, the contractor will install a liner into the sewer main rather than having to excavate the street, ensuring a much less intrusive, costly and time-consuming rehabilitation method.

Project Location:

35th Street from Chestnut Place. to Downing Street, continuing on E. 35th Street from Downing to Humbolt Street, then continuing on from N. Steele Street to N. Dexter Street.

Project Duration:

Construction begins summer 2020. Beginning in May, crews will begin work by setting up bypass pumping lines. These lines are necessary to divert the sewer flows so the work may be completed. Advance notice will be provided to adjacent residents and business owners prior to work commencing.

The project will take approximately 5 months to complete.

As the work progresses, sections of 35th will be closed to accommodate the work. Detailed road closure information will be published in weekly updates that will be sent out via email. Access to residences and businesses will be maintained.

Have Questions?

Email 35th@denverliningprojects.com with any questions or concerns.

Call or text the project hotline at (720) 677-0307 to hear weekly updates, to leave a voicemail, or text with questions or concerns.

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