Brush Creek Water Line and Road Replacement

July 13, 2020 - September, 2020

The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District (SWSD) and Town of Snowmass Village are teaming up this summer to accomplish two major infrastructure maintenance projects on Brush Creek Road. During the week of July 13th, the SWSD will begin replacing the water line beneath Brush Creek Road, around 20 mph curve. Afterwards, the Town will take over the next phase of the project to repave a large section of the road - from Horse Ranch Drive to Sinclair Road. The two phases are expected to take approximately 8 weeks, and a detour will be in place for the duration of the project - through September, 2020. The coordination of these two major maintenance projects will keep the anticipated impacts to a minimum.

Project Area Map

Project Area Map WaterlineConstruction2020 (003)

Project Timeline

This timeline is intended to be a rough estimate only and is subject to change.
 Phase Dates Description
1 July 13 - late Aug. SWSD will begin replacing the water line in the green area in the map above. A full road closure will go into effect at this time, with the detour denoted in the red route above. 
 2 Late Aug. - September With the new water line in place, TOSV will take over the project to replace the road from Sinclair Rd. to Horse Ranch Dr. The road will be closed. Only local and emergency vehicle traffic will be permitted through the project area.

The detailed project timeline, as of June 2, 2020, can be downloaded here. Please note, the schedule is subject to change.

Transit:

Village Shuttle:

The Village Shuttle will continue operating Route 8 bus service through the Melton neighborhood during the project. Riders should expect minor delays and slight schedule adjustments.

RFTA:

RFTA services will be re-routed through the detour, with a temporary bus stop at the Brush Creek / Highline rd. roundabout. 

RFTA stops in the project area will not be serviced during this time. Please use Village Shuttle Route 8 to connect to the RFTA stop. 

Questions?

Please contact us with any additional question you may have: