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Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) is dedicated to building out the trail network described in Denver Moves Pedestrians and Trails, bringing existing trails up to new standards, and meeting the goals and vision described in Game Plan for a Healthy City.
Find current project details and resources below. This information is updated bi-annually.
Find full project details.
31st - 51st Avenue
This project will construct a new levee/floodwall and widen the trail to 12 feet.
I-25 Overpass to Mississippi Avenue
This project will repair the retaining wall along the trail and construct a 12-foot-wide regional trail.
Virginia Ave. to Bayaud Ave.
This project will widen the trail to 12-feet.
W. Saratoga Place to S. Field Way
This project will mill and overlay the existing asphalt trail.
E. Eastman Ave. to S. Akron St.
This project will replace the existing asphalt trail with a 10-foot concrete trail.
S. Ulster St. trail intersection
This project will replace the asphalt trail with a 10-foot wide concrete trail.
S. Xenia St. to E. Girard Ave.
This project will replace the existing asphalt trail with a 10-foot wide concrete trail. (currently funded only for design)
Find full details on this project.
I-70 to Peoria
This project is constructing a 12-foot wide regional trail.
As part of a future Monaco St. bridge replacement, the trail will be widened to 12-feet and flooding issues will be addressed.
Zuni St. to Florida
This project will widen the trail to 12-feet, consistent with regional trails.
51st - 53rd Avenue
As part of improvements to the Globeville Levee, the trail will be widened to 12-feet.
Learn more about this project.
Quebec to Iliff St.
Learn more about this project from the Mile High Flood District.
Colorado Blvd. to Yale Ave.
The updated trail design will widen the trail to 10-feet with an adjacent 6-foot crusher fines trail.
Yale Ave. to Havana St.
When implementing trail improvements, construction may require temporary detours. DPR is committed to providing the safest detours available for the shortest amount of time necessary to minimize impacts to users. Although we make every attempt to keep the public informed about the status of our trails, park walks and other amenities, there are times when they must be closed immediately and may not be noted on our website. Please be aware of unforeseen conditions due to weather or other unexpected events and be prepared to use alternate routes if necessary.