Traffic Advisory: Ongoing project at West 29th Avenue and Gray Street

Dec. 16, 2016 - Beginning Monday, Dec. 19, crews working on the Ashland Reservoir treated water tank replacement project will close the intersection of West 29th Avenue and Gray Street for approximately two weeks.

Drivers should use 26th Avenue or 32nd Avenue to navigate around this area.

This closure will accommodate the installation of a new water main that will move water from the treated water tanks at Ashland Reservoir to customers throughout the city.

Except in the case of an emergency, water service to the surrounding area should not be impacted by this project.

Denver Water is improving the safety and reliability of its Ashland Reservoir site by building two new underground water storage tanks. The project is scheduled to run through 2017.


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