A new multi-use, 10-foot sidewalk/trail project stretching from Twenty Mile Road to Hess Road on the west side of Parker Road is underway. Since a large portion of Parker Road within our community does not have adjacent sidewalk/trail, the Town is beginning a multi-year endeavor to assist with mobility along this important roadway.
Work will include a new concrete sidewalk/trail that includes a spur trail to the Cherry Creek Regional Trail at McCabe Meadows. On the project’s southern end, the existing wood sound barrier wall and guardrail will be removed and replaced with a new guardrail adjacent to the roadway edge that protects trail users, as well as a replacement sound barrier wall bordering the trail to the west.
Through the Denver Regional Council of Governments, the Town will receive 50% of construction costs from the State of Colorado up to $1,000,000. A local Parker contractor, Rumler Civil Construction, Inc., was awarded the project, which includes a late fall completion date.
For more information on this and other Town capital improvement projects, visit www.ParkerOnline.org/CIPUpdate or call 303.840.9546.