Road Closure on Country Club Drive Delayed Indefinitely
Culvert repairs have been delayed indefinitely. Therefore, there will be no road closure for the immediate future.
Road Closure on Country Club Drive Delayed
October 22nd — For a number of reasons the closure of Country Club Drive across from hole 15 green and between 4955 and 4965 CC Dr. has been delayed. When work is ready to begin on the storm sewer work at that location, information on what to expect will be posted here. Please check back here frequently for updates
UPDATE, MONDAY, October 18, 2021
Work by the county on our Greens streets is continuing. Best guess for completion at this time is the 2nd or 3rd week of November.
UPDATE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6
The county had 7 men with 6 vehicles working on Greenway Drive and the street work was going well according to County Supervisor Scott McKinney.
Greenway Drive is almost finished on the Par Court side and work is now being done on Greenway Drive on the Wedge/Greenway Courts side.
The county is now anticipating being done with this year’s work in the Greens by the end of October or early November.
County personnel will be back in the spring to further evaluate the streets and to do any necessary additional repairs or replacements.
Getting county maintenance for our streets is paying off.
CONCRETE WORK IN THE GREENS WILL BEGIN SOON
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Jeffco Public Works have marked all of the streets in the Greens for concrete slab replacements or repair. Almost all of the work will be slab replacements instead of repairs because a proper rock base was not put in originally but will be done now. Areas marked on the streets will have slabs replaced unless marked “patch”. New concrete slabs will be 6 inches thick with a new rock base put in underneath. >>> Note that for proper strength the concrete must cure for about a week. <<<
Work will begin the week of September 27 (next week) after proper locates have been completed and will continue for about 2 months weather permitting until completed.
Work areas will be coned/roped off and there will be at least one lane for traffic throughout the project. When new concrete is poured in front of a homeowner’s driveway the homeowner will be notified a day or two ahead of time so as not to be blocked from getting out.
Thanks for your cooperation throughout this project.
Your POA Board of Directors,
Jack A. Titone