Thursday, July 17, 2014

Congress Park Street Repaving

From Councilwoman Jeanne Robb’s Office and Denver Department of Public Works:

The re-paving of the following streets in the Congress Park neighborhood is about to begin:

6th Avenue to Colfax
Josephine to Steele

Starting later this week the No Parking/ Tow Away signs will be placed and edge milling work will begin as preparation for the actual milling (repaving) of the streets.  Once the edge milling is completed on a given street, the No Parking signs will be temporarily removed until the crew returns to do the milling, at which time the No Parking signs will go back in.  
Please note that No Parking/Tow Away  signs go in 1 or 2 days in advance of the actual work.  Also, they don’t do streets and avenues at the same time so as to leave some parking alternatives.   The contractor, Cutler, will be distributing flyers to the all residences on each street.  Cars can be towed, usually to another place in the neighborhood, at any time that the No Parking/Tow Away signs are in place.


  1. Anonymous1:43 PM

    We've had your notice for 2 days regarding no parking on Steele St. No work has been done as of 2pm today 7/29. This is very inconvenient as parking in this area is at a premium. Do you think you could allow parking until, say the a.m. of the day Steele is going to be paved?

  2. My car got towed from 14th ave between Detroit and Fillmore. I was very far away from the no parking sign along with other cars so I thought it was ok. Where can I find my car? I'm not sure if they moved it within the neighborhood or took it to a tow lot in which case there isn't a phone number and it will be absurdly expensive when there was not a decent number of signs along the street to indicate that the whole area was no parking.