Federal Boulevard is one of the longest continuous running state highways in Colorado, it is also a main arterial road through the City of Sheridan. With the importance associated with this corridor the City of Sheridan has taken a greater interest in exploring studies and funding opportunities along the corridor. This page will be updated with new information as it becomes available.
South Federal Boulevard Plan - Safe Streets Through Sheridan
Response Deadline Extended to Friday, April 7th at 4:30 p.m.!
The City of Sheridan applied for and received funding through DRCOG’s Community Mobility Planning and Implementation (CMPI) program in September of 2021. These federal funds will be used to hire a consultant to develop an integrated transportation and land use plan to guide current and future development along Federal Boulevard in Sheridan, from Floyd Avenue to Clay Street. Sheridan will work with residents, community stakeholders, and CDOT to develop strategies for multimodal access, traffic congestion, and to address safety concerns. This planning work is anticipated to begin summer 2023.
The City of Sheridan is seeking a qualified consultant to prepare a study of S.Federal Boulevard (CO-88) between W. Floyd Avenue and S. Clay Street. More information, including plan requirements, anticipated timeline, and submission instructions can be found at the link below:
Any questions received will be posted here. Interested parties are encouraged to submit proposals no later than April 7th, 2023 at 4:30 pm.
EPA Brownfields Grant
The City of Sheridan in partnership with the City and County of Denver and the Urban Land Conservancy are applying for an EPA Brownfields grant. This grant will explore properties along the corridor and their need for environmental cleanup.