Sumac Avenue Improvements Project

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The City of Boulder Transportation Division is studying Sumac Avenue from Broadway to 19th Street to address various infrastructure needs, including continuous sidewalks, pavement rehabilitation and storm drainage improvements.

The 2019 City of Boulder Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and recently approved Low-Stress Walk and Bike Network prioritize creating walkable and bikeable routes to key destinations in Boulder.

The city has identified this portion of Sumac for near-term project work due to its deteriorating pavement conditions and proximity to Crest View Elementary School. The study will assess multi-modal improvements, review storm drainage needs and gather community input.

Learn more on the project website.

The City of Boulder Transportation Division is studying Sumac Avenue from Broadway to 19th Street to address various infrastructure needs, including continuous sidewalks, pavement rehabilitation and storm drainage improvements.

The 2019 City of Boulder Transportation Master Plan (TMP) and recently approved Low-Stress Walk and Bike Network prioritize creating walkable and bikeable routes to key destinations in Boulder.

The city has identified this portion of Sumac for near-term project work due to its deteriorating pavement conditions and proximity to Crest View Elementary School. The study will assess multi-modal improvements, review storm drainage needs and gather community input.

Learn more on the project website.

  • A feedback board with these questions will be presented at the Feb 19th Open House alongside initial infrastructure design alternatives. 

    Note that for drainage features, the chosen feature must remain consistent throughout the corridor.
    For sidewalks and parking, these features' needs may vary between the west and east ends of Sumac. Please indicate your design preferences for the corridor and relevant corridor segments.

    Questions? Contact Jenny Godwin, Transportation Planner at godwinj@bouldercolorado.gov.
    Learn more on the Sumac Ave Study webpage.

    A feedback board with these questions will be presented at the Feb 19th Open House alongside initial infrastructure design alternatives. 

    Note that for drainage features, the chosen feature must remain consistent throughout the corridor.
    For sidewalks and parking, these features' needs may vary between the west and east ends of Sumac. Please indicate your design preferences for the corridor and relevant corridor segments.

    Questions? Contact Jenny Godwin, Transportation Planner at godwinj@bouldercolorado.gov.
    Learn more on the Sumac Ave Study webpage.

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