Roxborough Water and Sanitation District Rampart Range Road Transmission Main Replacement Project
The Rampart Range Road Transmission Main Replacement Project Continues. Please use extra caution as you travel through the work zone, follow all traffic signs, and be mindful of your surroundings so we can keep our roadways safe for parents, students, and staff to access the schools. Douglas County Schools are currently in session which increases both pedestrian and vehicular traffic on Rampart Range Road as well as the connecting streets in the mornings and afternoons. Please be vigilant as you travel through the work zone to ensure the safety of our community and construction personnel.
The construction staging area is currently operational on the east of Rampart Range Road across from Verandah Court. The eastern walking path is currently closed through the staging area while the western walking path will remain open to the community throughout construction. There will be construction traffic crossing the western walking path. Please use caution while utilizing the walking paths in the area.
Roxborough Water and Sanitation District will provide updates on a weekly basis for the duration of the project at https://www.roxwater.org/rampart-range-road-transmission-main-replacement. A map of the construction is available at https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/74a5ce11d16d4694808bc71b594d11ba.
The Community Park and Airplane Park playgrounds are closed until further notice. Upon inspection, it was determined that Community Park and Airplane Park playgrounds are no longer safe for use. The District is actively working to provide a solution for repair or replacement. Please reach out with any questions.
Wildfire Mitigation Strategies
The RVMD Board encourages everyone to review the community wildfire plan as well as sign up for the CodeRED Emergency Mass Notification system. Sign up for CodeRED.
Having a plan in place can allow for a faster and safer evacuation in case of an emergency. Below are links to West Metro Fire, Douglas County Sheriff, and FEMA. This information is vital, not only during an urban interface fire, but other disasters as well.
Stay safe and healthy."