News Archives - Month: June 2018
Sterling Ranch, a master-planned community located in northwest Douglas County just south of Downtown Denver, has welcomed its 100thfamily. This milestone comes less than
a year since the community celebrated its grand opening in August of 2017. An additional 200 homes are also under construction, with the population anticipated to reach 600+ residents before the end of 2018.
In its 10 months since opening, the community has grown significantly, noting a total investment of $500+ million on its 3,400 acres of land on track for 2018. Infrastructure investment has been the most significant to-date, with roads, water systems, electrical and technology infrastructure already built out for its entire first Providence Village neighborhood. Providence Village is slated to host nearly 800 homes upon completion, which is anticipated to reach its full build out by 2020.
“We are so thrilled to be watching the community of Sterling Ranch come to life with this group of vibrant residents, as building homes is just one small part of community building in our minds. The real ‘community’ takes shape as these families become connected, a part of a special neighborhood and this place becomes somewhere they make shared memories and new friends. We’re enjoying watching that happen and being a direct part of it week in and week out,” said Harold Smethills, managing director of Sterling Ranch.
June 21 – June 28, 2018
Working jointly with Douglas County, Sterling Ranch is executing significant improvements to bring its surrounding roads up to current code standards. Sterling Ranch is committed to improving the safety and mobility of surrounding roads and is developing an internal road network to keep drivers, bikers and pedestrians safe.
We will continue to provide regular updates regarding Titan Road improvements to keep you informed and minimize any inconvenience. Thank you in advance for exercising caution while construction crews work on these improvements.
Titan Road Improvements
Commuters can expect to see some slow downs on Thursday, June 21, 2018 due to curb cuts and repairs along Titan Road. This is anticipated to run from 8:30 AM MT to 3:30 PM MT. A one-lane closure is also expected for Titan Road starting Thursday (6/21) from 7 PM through 6 AM Friday (6/22) morning. Any additional updates will be posted as they become available.
Other area projects commuters should be aware of:
- Online Tool to Navigate Traffic in Douglas County: You can access NearMeDC, a free online tool to help you navigate cone zone traffic congestion throughout Douglas County. The tool allows you to identify one or more areas within the county through which you travel, subscribe to and then receive a Cone Zone notification specific to the areas you’ve chosen. When a cone zone occurs in your area of interest, a notification – via email or text – is delivered. Douglas County developed the online tool to help those who travel within the county become aware of, plan for and navigate around county cone zones – before they begin their journey to work, school or play. The county also announced its two-way data-sharing partnership with Waze, the free, real-time navigation app.