Alternate Route Suggestions:
Important Safety Tips when Driving along Castle Pines Parkway:
As paving and additional repair work have continued, there are more construction workers out on the project site. Please take extra precautions when driving on Castle Pines Parkway.
Some helpful tips:
- Plan extra time for your car trip to accommodate for potential delays.
- Minimize distractions while driving through a construction zone.
- Remember to slow down and allow ample room for construction workers to perform their jobs.
Anyone traveling this corridor can expect throughout the project:
- Construction work Monday through Friday, during the hours of 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and until further notice contractor will be working Saturdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Full eastbound lane closures followed by full westbound lane closures after work on the eastbound side has been completed.
- Castle Pines Parkway to remain open to single lane traffic in both directions, though alternate routes are advised due to likely delays.
- Potential sidewalk closures on the north side of Castle Pines Parkway for pedestrians.
- Bicycle lane closures.
- Various neighborhood entry closures at different times during the project. Suggested alternate routes will be provided as necessary.
- Tangleoak Lane closed on October 11th and will be closed to no thru traffic to project completion. Please use alternative routes.
- Left turns from Castle Pines Parkway onto Yorkshire Dr. are currently not permitted when traveling westbound.
The City of Castle Pines and Castle Pines North Metro District are partnering on this joint infrastructure project to rebuild a half-mile segment of Castle Pines Parkway and replace the existing water main between Yorkshire Drive and Monarch Boulevard starting June 21, 2021. This project is just the first major component in the rehabilitation of the City's two major roads!
Project Improvements for Better Mobility and Safety:
- Reconstruction of this stretch of roadway will replace crumbling infrastructure with a new asphalt roadway to serve the community for years.
- Removal and replacement of aging curb and gutter to create a safer ride for bicyclists.
- Installing 6' bicycle lanes in both directions.
- The existing sidewalk on the north side of the parkway will be rebuilt and a new, detached 8' wide sidewalk installed.
- All new ADA pedestrian curb ramps will be constructed providing better access for people with disabilities.
We understand that it might seem like progress is slow to be made, but we want you to know that our crews are working diligently on the northside of the road to install a new 12” underground waterline service from Yorkshire to Monarch. Once this waterline is installed, the crews can complete the remaining reconstruction of the road. Additionally, a new storm system is being installed which includes three new inlets, two new outfalls, and reinforced concrete pipe. These operations involve excavation, installation of trench boxes, laying of pipe at a minimum of 5’ below the surface, testing the piping system, and then back fill and compaction. This work can be performed with large equipment which is easier to spot than the hand work required subsurface.
The reconstruction work has encountered some minor utility conflicts that can cause some delays, however, the remaining work and completion of the project is still on schedule to be completed December 2021, weather dependent of course. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out to our project team and stay up to date on current and upcoming work by bookmarking this site, following us on our social channels, and signing up for our newsletters and email notifications at the bottom of this page.
- Construction began: June 21, 2021 - alternate routes are advised for both vehicles and bicyclists
- Anticipated completion: December 2021
The City of Castle Pines has partnered with the Castle Pines North Metro District (CPNMD) to complete this project. City Council approved almost $4.3 million for roadwork in 2021, which is 40% of all City expenditures for the year. The City's projected share of the total cost of this project is about $2.3 million and CPNMD's projected share of the total cost will be about $1.3 million.
Other City expenditures related to road improvements:
- $1.3 million for additional planned roadwork on Castle Pines Parkway west of Monarch and Monarch north of Castle Pines Parkway plus residential road maintenance. Details and timing on these projects is forthcoming following the start of the Castle Pines Parkway reconstruction project.
- $450,000 for street/sidewalk maintenance repairs
- $125,000 for signal improvements
- $75,000 for pedestrian related improvements
Want to learn more about our long-term Road Solution?
City Council has created a Plan of Action for the Streets of Castle Pines. Visit our Road Solutions page and find out how the City plans to invest heavily in our infrastructure over the next 4-5 years!