Moving Montrose Forward
"Moving Montrose Forward" (MoveMo) is all about equipping Montrose for a successful future by investing in public infrastructure improvements. The expansion of our transportation network (including pedestrian and bicycle facilities/trails), maintenance of existing roadways, and improvements/maintenance of water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer utilities are all part of the effort.
New projects totaling approximately $17 million are planned for 2024. As projects begin construction, they will be summarized on this page along with links to additional project information. Summaries of recently-completed capital projects are also displayed.
Capital projects are prioritized as a cooperative effort between citizens, City Council, city management, and various city departments. These efforts take into account community priorities, citizen feedback, the city’s Comprehensive Plan, known problem areas or “missing links” in the transportation network, patterns of development, master plans, and unique funding opportunities that become available. Additional detail can be found in the city’s Street Maintenance and Capital Plan.
- 2024 Contracted Street Maintenance
- Flashing Crosswalks Installation
- Flex Park at Colorado Outdoors
- Highway Signal Project
- Niagara-Hillcrest Roundabout Construction
- Ogden Road Sidewalk Extension
- Tributary Street Extension
- West Main Revitalization Project
- Woodgate/East Oak Grove Road Roundabout and Backage Road
Learn more about major capital improvement projects completed by the city over the past five years.
- 2021 Contracted Street Maintenance Program
- 2022 Contracted Street Maintenance Project
- 2023 Contracted Street Maintenance Project
- 6530 Road Bridge Deck Replacement
- 6700 Road Extension
- 6800 Waterline Replacement Project
- Anderson Road Paving
- Birch Street Replacement Bridge
- CDOT Townsend Avenue Overlay Project
- Cerro Reservoir Outlet Works Replacement
- Chipeta/Hwy 550 Signalzation
- East Miami Waterline Replacement Project
- GOCO Connect Initiative Trail Project
- Hill Street Extension
- La Raza Park and N 9th Street Sidewalk Improvements
- Lift Station Elimination Gravity Sewer Line
- Miami-Hillcrest Roundabout Project
- North Connect Trail Restroom Project
- Riverbottom Drive Reconstruction
- Riverwood Water Distribution System
- Southeast Water Transmission Main
- South 3rd Plaza
- Sunset Mesa Water Tank and Pump Station
- Townsend Avenue Utility Replacements
- Uncompahgre River Improvements - Phase I
- Woodgate Realignment Project Phase I
- Woodgate Subdivision Sewer Rehabilitation Project
Visit the 2024 Contracted Street and Pavement Maintenance Project page for detailed information about the city's plans for contracted street maintenance in 2024.
Street maintenance work includes crack sealing, pothole repair and patching, chip seals, cape seals, asphalt overlays, and complete reconstruction of roadways. Routine street maintenance activities such as crack sealing, patching, and pothole repair are performed by the Streets Division of the Public Works Department. Large street maintenance projects such as pavement overlays or street reconstruction are generally classified as capital projects and are managed by the Engineering Department (see Capital Projects tab).
The city maintains an inventory of all streets and assigns each a pavement condition index based on industry-standard practices. These data are used in conjunction with community feedback to prioritize street improvements using available funding. Additional detail can be found in the city’s Street Maintenance and Capital Plan. For a map of current and future crack sealing areas, download the Crack Seal 8-Year Plan Overview.
Street maintenance questions and requests may be directed to the Public Works Department at (970) 240-1480.