Contractors for the City will be milling and paving Mesa Ave in front of Columbine Middle School. The closure will start Thursday, 9/20, and last for two weeks.... Read on...
Good news! Most work associated with the repaving of Niagara Road is complete and has been reopened to the public... Read on...
Contractors working for the City will begin final paving of Niagara Road from Townsend to Hillcrest beginning Thursday, September 6. Read on...
"Moving Montrose Forward" is all about equipping Montrose for a successful future by investing in public infrastructure improvements. To make this happen, each year the city transfers funds from the General Fund into the Capital Improvement Fund, contingent upon revenue projections. In 2012, the city adjusted its policy for annual transfers to the Capital fund to increase the recommended minimum transfer amount to approximately $800,000. The past three years have resulted in an annual increase to the transfer amount to complete a variety of capital projects including sidewalk and street reconstruction, traffic flow improvements, and other necessary infrastructure improvements. The estimated Capital Improvement Fund transfer for 2018 is $1.8 million.
Capital expenditures in 2018 are budgeted in the amount of $18,246,690 and include the public infrastructure of the Colorado Outdoors Project (MURA) as well as $3,000,000 of deferred street maintenance in the community. In 2018, construction of Hillcrest from Niagara Rd to East Oak Grove Rd will be completed. Water fund and Sewer fund capital expenditures comprise 18% of the total.
Current Capital Projects
Learn more about capital improvement projects that the city has recently completed.
Recently Completed Capital Projects
The City of Montrose has appropriated approximately $5 million for critical street maintenance work to be performed during the 2018 and 2019 construction seasons. This funding is in addition to routine street maintenance work performed by the city’s Public Works department.
A contractor has been hired to perform a series of street maintenance projects in 2018. The city will apply the portion of the $5 million street maintenance budget remaining from the 2018 work to the 2019 maintenance budget.