Important CDOT activities have included: (links to details/documents are underlined).
Property Owner/Residential Issue Task Force (ITF) Meeting #3 - February 15, 2023
Sent out email invite to Homeowner/Resident's Task Force Meeting (KMOHR Post)
Offering participation in the Owner/Residential Issue Task Force. This group will meet remotely three times throughout the project to discuss residential needs and gather input to inform decision-making.
Conducted two public meetings. Two main engagement points were held, each with two in-person open house meetings (one in Eagle County and one in Garfield County) July 19 and 20
Articles published about the Open Houses in local papers (KMOHR post)
Launched a new Public website about the Cottonwood Pass Feasibility Study.
Posted a public comment form to signup for a project mails and to submit a comments anytime.
Issued a News Release about the two public open houses (KMOHR post)
Sent a postcard to properties within ½ mile on either side of the Cottonwood Pass corridor and along CR 113, CR 114, and CR 115, that have direct access to Cottonwood (KMOHR post) Click here to download directly from CDOT.
Met periodically with KMOHR. Read meeting minutes here (KMOHR post)
Surveying Catherine Store Road and Cottonwood Pass - CDOT is preparing to do surveys on the 14 specific work areas. This work may extend for a couple months as they gather information both on the ground and with aerial survey equipment. If you see surveyors CDOT wants you to know that they are measuring as part of this study (read more below). They should have "Project Fact Sheets" available to answer questions that you may have for CDOT.
Implementing the The "CSS" process to ensure that stakeholder values, such as preserving and maintaining scenic and environmental integrity, are incorporated into the project decision making process.
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