- Departments A through H
- Capital Improvement Projects
Capital Improvement Projects
The City of Aspen is a tourist-based community which experiences an increasingly abundant level of visitors seasonally. With the help of the community, we determine the need for capital improvement projects. Here you will find a list of past, present, and future projects.
- Yellowbrick – Storm water infrastructure will be modified to alleviate drainage issues affecting the structure. A block of Garmisch storm main will be replaced and a block of storm lateral will be installed in coordination with stormwater as part of project. The project also includes replacement of a block of water main. https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub https://www.aspencommunityvoice.com/paepcketransithub
- Paepcke Transit Hub – Please visit this link for the overview of this project. Many facets were completed in 2022 including:
- All underground utilities have been installed and connected.
- New pedestrian connections have been completed including the new Main St. crossing that involves the new pedestrian refuge island.
- New bus stops along Main St. and S. Garmisch have been completed.
- The outbound bus shelter is 99% complete with some minor finishing touches to be completed this spring.
- Pervious paver pads have been installed for summer WE-Cycle stations and public bike racks.
- The EV charging station for Car to Go has been installed along Paepcke Park and the public EV charging station should be up and running this spring.
- Ongoing Maintenance Projects
- 2023 Street Improvement Projects
- Annual Bike Lane Striping
- Annual Bridge Maintenance
In Design/Planning & Future Projects
- http://castlecreekbridge.com/ 2023 - Roundabout Study
- 2022 - Galena Cooper Living Lab – This pilot project was completed fall 2022. Council directed staff to explore permanent improvements for this corridor. Design alternatives will be developed and presented late 2023 or early 2024.
- 2020 - Park Circle Pedestrian Improvements
- 2019 - King St Drainage
- 2019 - Pedestrian Improvements at Spring and Main St
- 2018 - Pedestrian Improvements at Galena and Main St
- 2017 - Castle Creek Bridge Project
- 2017 - Prockter Open Space Water Quality Improvements Conceptual (PDF)
- 2016 - Neale Avenue - Pedestrian Stormwater and Herron Park Conceptual (PDF)
- 2014 - Hopkins Pedestrian Connectivity Construction Drawings (PDF)
- 2014 - Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS)
- 2014 - Rio Grande Park - Stormwater Improvement Project
- 2014 - Mill Complete Streets Project Preferred Option (PDF)
- 2014 - Gondola Plaza Improvements Exhibit (PDF)
- 2010 - Jennie Adair Refreshening Water Supply Project