Bear Creek Greenbelt
Trail Detour Update: April 2022
Construction of the Bear Creek Trail improvements will begin the week of April 18, starting with mobilization and staging for Phase 1, which includes concrete work and parallel trail development, between the Sister's City Trail (east of S. Estes St.) and S. Wadsworth Blvd.
Trail closures within the work area include the Bear Creek Trail, the Stone House Trail and the dirt two-track trail that begins at the Wadsworth Blvd. Trailhead. For your safety, please respect the trail closures.
The concreate path from the Wadsworth Blvd. Trailhead to the bridge over Bear Creek will remain open for access to the Bear Creek Greenbelt north of the creek.
View the Bear Creek Trail Site Plan.
View the Bear Creek Trail Phase 1 Plan.
Learn about the City of Lakewood's Bear Creek Trail improvements project.
The Cherry Creek Trail is currently open under Iliff Avenue. As construction continues temporary closures and flagging operations requiring cyclists to dismount will be required intermittently. To perform bridge work and underground pipe installation a full closure of Cherry Creek trail will be implemented Monday, September 19 for approximately four weeks. Trail users will detour along Iliff Avenue to the signalized crosswalk at Trenton Way and back along Iliff Avenue to join Cherry Creek Trail on the other side. Bridge work over Cherry Creek will also require crews to restrict westbound Iliff Avenue traffic to one lane from Valentia Street to Trenton Way over Cherry Creek Trail. Detour information here. Motorists should expect delays.
Additional Cherry Creek Trail information
Akron St. - Hampden Heights Park
Denver Parks & Recreation is starting a paving project to replace the existing asphalt trail with a 10-foot concrete trail at Hampden Heights. This long anticipated improvement will begin construction from Akron Street to Hampden Heights Park starting August 25, 2022 through the beginning of September. Please follow detours posted. More details and detours to be shared as the project progresses. To report an issue or additional information contact 311 or 720-913-1311.
Download the detour map(PDF, 3MB)
Tulare - Verbena Ct.
Denver Parks & Recreation is starting a paving project to replace the existing asphalt trail with a 10-foot concrete trail at Hampden Heights. This long anticipated improvement will begin construction at 8000 E Eastman Ave/S Ulster St near Holm Elementary School on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 through August. Trail closure also include S. Uinta Ct. Please follow detours posted. Remaining trail improvements and detours at Hampden Heights will extend past Wilding Ct and include a section between S Akron Street to E Eastman Ave/Hampden Heights Park.
Download the detour map(PDF, 3MB)
No significant projects or detours within Denver along the High Line Canal at this time.
Bible Park | Now Open
As of June 30, 2022: Emergency tree work is now complete and the High Line Canal through Bible Park has reopened.
Peoria to Quebec
Open as of June 2022
Various long and short-term infrastructure projects will soon be implemented and require detours along the South Platte River Trail in the coming months and years:
Week of August 22
A detour will be in place while a trail counter is installed.
Download the detour map.(PDF, 3MB)
No significant projects or detours within Denver along the Bronco - REI Bridge at this time.
Johnson Habitat Park to W. Mississippi Ave.
January 2022 - Fall 2023
The failing retaining wall at Mississippi Ave. will be replaced, along with upgrades made to the trail in this area. Trail users will be detoured to S. Jason Street.
- Winter 2022: Design complete
- Spring-Fall 2023: Construction
Download the before & after rendering(PDF, 1MB)
Download the detour map
Carpio Sanguinette Park
No significant projects or detours at Carpio Sanguinette Park at this time.