35th Avenue Improvements4th to C Street
In 2021, Greeley Public Works started work to expand, improve, and rebuild 35th Avenue between 4th and C streets as a part of Keep Greeley Moving. This project will widen 35th Avenue from 4th to “C” Street and will add on-street bike lanes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, landscaped medians, and roundabouts at C Street.
A two-lane rural road, 35th Avenue in north Greeley has limited right-turn lanes and no sidewalks or bike lanes. That stretch now serves Greeley as a regional corridor and the city has expanded and developed along both sides of north 35th Avenue. However, the significant northern gateway remains in poor condition. Many requests for sidewalks along that stretch of road have come to the city throughout the years.
Work started last week building the concrete box culvert. This week crews started pouring the concrete bottom of the structure. Construction of the culvert will take most of February.
Crews put up some traffic control barricades on the shoulders to help protect the workers and the project. However, work remains far enough away from traffic that construction does not yet require slower speed limits.
Drivers may have already seen some work to remove landscaping elements in preparation for excavation ahead of widening and expanding the road south of C Street before moving north.
Through the rest of this month, most of the work will focus on the box culvert, non-potable water pipe installation, and preparation for the road expansion.
Project is primarily funded out of the Keep Greeley Moving (0.65% sales tax) and the Arterial Street Fund. The Arterial Street fund receives fees collected on building permits for new structures and their impact on the transportation system
• Construction of this project started January 2021.
• The project will widen 35th Avenue and and landscaped medians where possible.
• This project wil also add on-street bike lanes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, and roundabouts at C Street.
35th Avenue Improvements
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