Public open up residence: Owl Canyon Street and Larimer County Highway 9 advancements

An open up home for the general public to discover about and discuss planned street enhancements on two sections of Larimer County roadways in northern Larimer County is staying held in mid-August.

The open up household will have no formal presentation. Inhabitants are welcome to fall in at any time all through the open house to discover about the undertaking.  Visual layouts of the job will be readily available at the open property and Larimer County Engineering team will be accessible to response issues.


                Time and day:                 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Monday, Aug. 16, 2021

                Area:                                    Larimer County Courthouse Listening to Space, Initially Floor

                                                                200 West Oak St., Fort Collins, Colorado


The prepared roadway enhancements consist of 1.5 miles of Larimer County Highway [CR] 70 [Owl Canyon Rd.] amongst CR 9 and I-25 and 4 miles of CR 9 amongst the CR 70 and the new Larimer County North Landfill.

Improvements to CR 9 are getting produced to prepare for the new Larimer County North Landfill, to be constructed about 4 miles north of CR 70. The enhancements to CR 70 are aspect of Phase 4 of the 2008 Owl Canyon Roadway Corridor Strategy.

The planned roadway enhancements will widen the roadways with a single lane in just about every path, like 6 to 8-foot shoulders, enhance security, and strengthen visible driver distance. 5 bridges will also be replaced over canals and irrigation ditches.

Prepared intersection improvements consist of a solitary lane roundabout at CR 70 and CR 9, and a realignment of the CR 70 and CR 7/5J intersection.

If you are unable to go to the open up house or would like extra information, check out CR 70 [Owl Canyon] and CR 9 Roadway Improvements to find out about the undertaking. A project status report that is current every month is offered at Transportation venture standing experiences.  

Need additional information and facts? Contact Jake Wilson, Venture Manager, Larimer County Engineering, 970-498-5723,

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 – 2:27pm

Jake Wilson, Project Manager, Larimer County Engineering, 970-498-5723, 


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