Road and Bridge
Arapahoe County seeks highly motivated and collaborative professionals committed to public service. We are hiring for a variety of Road and Bridge positions throughout the County. View all our current job openings.
The Road and Bridge Division maintains roads, bridges and other transportation assets within unincorporated Arapahoe County to provide residents with a convenient, accessible and safe transportation system. There are about 350 centerline miles of paved roads and approximately 220 miles of gravel roads to maintain within the County.
The County uses asset management and a continuous inspection program, and works to achieve this mission by performing maintenance treatments at the proper time and eliminating road hazards in a timely manner.
Street Light Outages? Street Lights are maintained by your local electric utility company. Please contact Xcel Energy at www.xcelenergy.com or Intermountain Rural Electrical Association at http://irea.coop/ to report an outage.
County Road Closures
Road and Bridge crews are working on the following closed roads that have been damaged from flooding:
- CR-38 from CR-213 and CR-205 (Compromised Middle Bijou Creek Bridge closed to heavy vehicles that weigh more than five tons with detour). Bridge is open to passenger vehicles that weigh five tons or less with speed restriction of 25 mph. View additional details.
These roads are expected to re-open in July. Stay safe and avoid unnecessary travel in affected areas. If you encounter a damaged County road not on this list, please call 720-874-7623.
The following County roads have been repaired and are open:
- Sinkhole on West Bijou Avenue in Byers has been repaired. All lanes from North Main Street to North Sherman Street are open.
- CR-26 from CR-149 to CR-157
- CR-46 from CR-149 to CR-157
- Watkins Road from East 6th Avenue to East Jewell Avenue
- CR-10 from CR-149 and CR-157
- CR-157 from CR-6 to Arrowhead Street
- CR-42 from CR-177 to CR-161
- CR-197 from Highway 36 to CR-10
- Watkins Road from East Jewell Avenue to I-70 Frontage Road
- South Gun Club from East Exposition Avenue to East Alameda Avenue
- CR-194 from Northout Avenue to Coal Creek Street
- CR-34 from CR-241 to CR-245
- CR-42 from CR-245 to 87606 East CR-42
- CR-6 from CR-149 and CR-157
Infrastructure Report Card
Review our accomplishments in 2022 as well as the condition of our infrastructure assets that total $1.2 billion in this newly released Report Card.
The Road and Bridge Division is responsible for the following maintenance activities:
- Pavement Management Program
- Snow Removal
- Ice Cutting/Ice Removal
- Concrete/Curb and Gutter/Sidewalk Maintenance and Repair
- Gravel Road Maintenance and Dust Control
- Pothole and Road Repair
- Right-of-Way Maintenance and Mowing
- Street Sweeping
- Structure Installation/Replacement
- Traffic Signs, Striping and Street Markings
To request road maintenance or report a potential road concern or hazard in unincorporated Arapahoe County, please complete our Service Request Form.
Do you live in unincorporated Arapahoe County? Check what jurisdiction I live in. If you live within an incorporated city or town, please contact incorporated city or town directly here
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Facilities and Regions
The Road and Bridge Division is divided geographically with two facility locations. The Peoria Service Center located near Centennial Airport is responsible for maintaining roads between Sheridan Boulevard and Gun Club Road. The Eastern Service Center in Bennett serves an area from Gun Club Road east to Washington County, with approximately 540 square miles in a rural environment.
Peoria Service Center
7600 S. Peoria St.
Englewood, CO 80112
Eastern Service Center
4405 S. CR. 129
Bennett, CO 80102
Hours of Operation
January - December: Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.