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Fall River Trail Phase 4

Minor traffic interruptions are expected on the west end of the Highway 34 downtown bypass beginning Wednesday, Sept. 17 due to the construction of Phase 4 of the Fall River Trail, a 3,500-foot extension onto the existing trail that runs west along Elkhorn Avenue. ...

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Road Closures And Traffic Interuptions Expected During Repaving Projects

Traffic interruptions and road closures are expected on Crags Drive and Stanley Avenue associated with the 2008 Public Works Department street improvement program which will be underway by the last week of September. Crags Drive (the Moccasin bypass) and portions of Stanley Avenue will be periodically closed, Thursday & Friday, September 25 & 26 for roto-milling. In addition, paving will cause tempo ...

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Estes Park Area Bridge Project Open House

Larimer County’s Engineering Department will hold an Open House on Wednesday, September 24th, 2008, from 4-7p.m. to share information on the latest about two bridge construction projects west of the Town of Estes Park scheduled for construction during the winter and spring 2009. The projects are: Mary’s Lake Road Bridge Over The Big Thompson River ...

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Fish Creek Trail Sections To Be Connected, Spanning Over Fish Creek

A 100-foot long section of sidewalk will be constructed parallel to and north of Scott Avenue to connect portions of the existing Fish Creek Trail beginning September 22. This eight-foot wide section of trail will be banked by a three-foot shoulder between the trail and Scott Avenue. A-1 Excavation of Estes Park was contracted to build this portion of the trail which will span Fish Creek as well as providin ...

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Stanley Museum Welcomes New Local Trustee

Staff and members were delighted to welcome local Estes Park resident Dennis Hedley aboard as a new Stanley Museum trustee. Dennis has long been familiar with the museum, helping at the museum, and actively participating in the local Steam Team for quite some time. Dennis loves working on the Stanley Steam cars and says he is looking forward to learning even more about them. “Each steam car is different,” h ...

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