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Two construction vehicles pouring and smoothing asphalt at an intersection during a partly cloudy day.

, | February 22, 2024

Council Approves Concrete Replacement & Asphalt Overlay for Targeted Streets

Lone Tree City Council approved the 2024 Concrete Replacement and Asphalt Overlay program and contracts at the February 20 regular meeting. Work is projected to beginning April and is expected to be completed in August. The Public Works department performs

A night photo of a road covered in running water due to a waterline break. A police vehicle with emergency lights can be seen in the background.

, | January 22, 2024

Waterline Break on Yosemite Street Impacts

Shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, January 21, emergency services and the City of Lone Tree Public Works department responded to a waterline break on Yosemite Street and Kimmer Drive. This incident is related to the work Southgate performed on

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, | December 26, 2023

Christmas Tree Recycling Guide 2024

Now that the holidays are over, you’re probably looking for an easy way to recycle your Christmas tree. Well, you’re in luck, as South Suburban Parks and Recreation and Douglas County have made it easier than ever to dispose of

, | October 11, 2023

Award-Winning Link on Demand Service Expanding in 2024

Link on Demand Wins DRCOG Metro Vision Award On Wednesday, October 4, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) held its annual Metro Vision Awards banquet at the Seawell Ballroom in the Denver Center for Performing Arts. These awards recognize

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, , | September 18, 2023

Acres Green and Parkway Drive Intersection Work Resumes September 19

The short-duration closures for Acres Green Drive will now take place on Tuesday, September 19. Asphalt replacement will follow, beginning Wednesday, September 20. *this story was updated on Monday, September 18 to reflect new dates for the road work. That

Water pipeline being installed in roadway.

, | July 14, 2023

Heritage Hills Pkwy Closed Starting July 19

As part of Southgate Water & Sanitation District’s Yosemite Street Waterline Replacement Project, the western entrance to the Heritage Hills neighborhood (Heritage Hills Pkwy & Yosemite St) will be closed for approximately two weeks starting July 19, 2023. Access to

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, | April 5, 2023

UPDATE: Westbound Lone Tree Parkway Closure – April 17, 2023

UPDATE: Southgate Sanitation and Water Districts will close the westbound lane of Lone Tree Parkway, west of S. Yosemite Street from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. on Monday, April 17 to repair the road from the work done on Monday,

, | January 31, 2023

A New Look for Link

Link on Demand is Evolving Since 2019, The City of Lone Tree has partnered with Via, the global leader in TransitTech, to manage the booking technology for Link on Demand. Starting today, Tuesday, January 31, Via will serve as the

| January 30, 2023

Clear Roads, Snow Matter What

Lone Tree’s Snow Team Keeps Roads Safe in Winter Conditions The City of Lone Tree has over 150 lane miles of public roads! When a Colorado snowstorm strikes, the City’s snow removal team springs into action to keep the streets

| November 14, 2022

C-470 On-Ramp, Yosemite Street to Close Overnight on Thursday, November 17

Closures necessary for safe bridge placement as part of the C-470 Trail project If your overnight travel takes you to the interchange of C-470 and Yosemite Street near Park Meadows, you might want to find an alternative route the evening

, | January 20, 2022

Catching Up With Gina Chacon- Local Garbologist

Gina Chacon has become known as a local legend. She has been a part of the Lone Tree community as a trash hauler for over 15 years and during that time has built a reputation for her smiling face, positive

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, , , , , | August 20, 2021

Lone Tree and Partners Celebrate Completion of RidgeGate Parkway Expansion 

A light breeze on a warm Friday morning set the stage for Lone Tree Mayor Jackie Millet as she celebrated with guests the successful completion of a key project in the City – the expansion of RidgeGate Parkway.   What once used to be a two-lane