Havana BID Contact List 2021 as of 08 05 2021
2020 Business Watch Card as of 11 18 2020
All PAR, Police Area Representatives, are listed, contacts for HOT, Homeless Outreach Team, Graffiti Reporting, and the Aurora Police Dispatch to report a crime or suspicious persons.
Contact Arapahoe/Douglas Works!
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center is a member of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s statewide network of workforce centers, which provide a variety of no-cost services to job seekers and businesses.
Arapahoe/Douglas Works! serves as a critical resource to connect people and businesses in Arapahoe and Douglas counties, and throughout the Denver/Aurora metropolitan region.
Contact Chance Horiuchi at 720-788-898 or email her the job posting information at [email protected]
Please complete all required fields and provide as much detail as possible. The more information you provide, the better able we are to assist you.
If the issue is not visible from the street, is inside a home or other structure, or related to graffiti, your name and phone number also are required.
This service is available for your phone. Visit your app store and search for Access Aurora or scan the code with your phone. You can easily report code violations or other issues, and get information about the city in a few simple steps by using Access Aurora for your phone.
Street Light Outages: Contact Xcel Energy at 800.895.4999 or report online.
For additional assistance, please call Access Aurora at 303.739.7000.
Access Aurora is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For emergencies, please call 911.
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Havana Street is one of the most vital roadways in Aurora, connecting corridor residents to the surrounding community and other major transportation corridors in the city and region. So the city is conducting the Havana Street Corridor Study to create a vision and plan for better safety and mobility for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and motorists, recognizing the needs of Aurora’s residents, businesses, visitors and traveling public.
Havana Corridor Existing Conditions Report (15.7 MB) (pdf)
Thank you to all who provided input during the first public meeting (Sept. 30, 2020), agency and stakeholder charettes (Oct. 27 and 29, 2020), first online survey and one-on-one phone conversations. We paired that input with our existing conditions analysis to refine the vision for mobility on Havana Street, and developed a mobility framework map that may be viewed here. The framework map shows key improvement areas and mobility goals for pedestrian, bike, transit and automobile travel.
A strategy map was developed to identify strategies and various recommended improvements to address mobility needs and goals of each travel mode. Review these strategies in detail here. The recommended strategies also were presented at the second public meeting on Feb. 17, 2021. Review the slide deck presented at that second meeting here.
Aurora’s roadway maintenance programs are designed to provide safe travel conditions throughout the city and preserve the city’s investment in roadway infrastructure. Annual programs are developed to apply the appropriate maintenance strategy at the appropriate time in the roadway’s life cycle.
Visit this link for more information about city of Aurora roadwork.
Another important component of roadway maintenance is maintaining curbs, gutters and sidewalks. This work is also completed by a combination of city and contracted construction crews. Sidewalk, curb and gutter replacements are usually completed on streets scheduled for the overlay program the following year. However, this program also includes work on damaged curbs, gutters and sidewalks that has been called in by citizens. Repairs are made to severely damaged concrete in accordance with the Concrete Repair Policy Manual. Because the locations in these programs often change, we do not publish maps of locations. Work on the concrete maintenance programs occurs all year long. If you are curious about specific concrete work occurring in your neighborhood, please call the Street Division at 303.326.8200.
You can help us maintain roadways by reporting issues, such as potholes, sweeping needs, drainage issues and damaged concrete.
From April through November of each year, a weekly construction schedule is posted on the right side of this page, indicating where city crews and contractors for the city will be working during the week.
For more information on roadway maintenance programs, call the Street Division at 303.326.8200.
Aurora Water Capital Projects Update – June 2021
Learn more about Aurora Water’s current projects. The monthly report on the progress of Aurora Water’s Planning and Engineering, delineated by Ward. In most cases, this list contains projects that have already been awarded. To learn about new City of Aurora contract opportunities, visit https://www.bidnetdirect.com/colorado/city-of-aurora.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at 720.859.4312 or e-mail [email protected].
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updated on August 5, 2021