Public Works

Public-WorksSteve DiCamillo, Public Works Director

P. (719) 689-2125   F. (719) 689-0210
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The Public Works Department maintains roads in the city year-round. It implements safety improvements to enhance vehicle and pedestrian safety, paves streets and performs preventive maintenance on existing paved streets.

 

Mission statement:
To develop and maintain a smooth and safe surface transportation system.

Goals and objectives:
Implement safety improvements to enhance vehicle and pedestrian safety.
Expand the construction of curb, gutter and sidewalks as much as is financial possible.
Develop storm water control infrastructure that is adequate for 10-year storm events and that prevents excessive erosion.
Pave all unpaved streets within the city limits.
Perform adequate preventive maintenance to obtain the maximum useful life of all paved roads.

Priority List for Plowing, Sanding, and Snow Removal

Downloadable Forms & Information
All forms are in Microsoft Word or PDF format unless otherwise noted.

fee Schedule
Basic Permit Concrete Removal Permit Driveway Permit Excavation Permit Sewer Main Excavation Permit Sewer Main Tap Permit Special Events Permit Storm Drain Extension Storm Sewer Tap Permit Street Cut Permit Street Extension Permit TRAFFIC PERMIT TRAFFIC PERMIT REGULATIONS Water Main Extension Permit Water Main Tap Permit

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TELLER 1 COMMUNITY TRAILS BID ADVERTISEMENT

TELLER COUNTY RD. 1 HES BID ADVERTISEMENT

The City of Cripple Creek has the been awarded a grant from CDOT for Realignment of the curve and a new pedestrian & bicycle trail on Teller 1. Travel will be impacted starting at Carr Ave and C Street to the Market. The project is currently advertising for bids with a projected start date of late May Early June with projected end date of October of 2017.