Cherry Creek Village South Traffic Calming Program

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The Cherry Creek Village South Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program was initiated in September 2019. Residents raised concerns about speeding and cut through traffic in the neighborhood. Village staff investigated and collected speed and cut-through data in October of 2019. That data did not show a speeding problem in the neighborhood, but it did show a high percentage of cut-through volume.

On May 2, 2022, Greenwood Village City Council approved several actions that will facilitate the safe movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood. This letter is to notify residents of the upcoming enforcement of the new restrictions beginning on Monday, August 15, 2022.

School Zones

New school zones have been created on E. Chenango Avenue from Yosemite Street to S. Beeler Street and from S. Chester Street to S. Clinton Street. The speed limit within the school zones has been reduced from 25 MPH to 20 MPH and is effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Parking/Stopping Restrictions

Parking/stopping restrictions have also been implemented on E. Chenango Avenue adjacent to Chenango Park and at the intersection of E. Chenango Avenue and S. Clinton Street. Vehicles are prohibited to stop and drop off students at these locations.

Time-of-Day Right Turn Prohibition

A right turn prohibition will be implemented for westbound E. Belleview Avenue to S. Beeler Street. The turn prohibition will be effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM. As a result, vehicles will not be able to make a right turn onto S. Beeler Street from westbound E. Belleview Avenue. Please note that residents who live in the Cherry Creek Village South neighborhood will not be exempt from this turn prohibition. This is a temporary turn restriction and the signs will be taken down on October 14th.

A map of the new restrictions has been included on the Village Voices page. Please be aware of the new signage in the neighborhood that designates these locations. Greenwood Village Police will begin enforcement of the changes on August 15, 2022. There will be a brief education period before Greenwood Village Police will begin issuing citations.

The Cherry Creek Village South Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program was initiated in September 2019. Residents raised concerns about speeding and cut through traffic in the neighborhood. Village staff investigated and collected speed and cut-through data in October of 2019. That data did not show a speeding problem in the neighborhood, but it did show a high percentage of cut-through volume.

On May 2, 2022, Greenwood Village City Council approved several actions that will facilitate the safe movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood. This letter is to notify residents of the upcoming enforcement of the new restrictions beginning on Monday, August 15, 2022.

School Zones

New school zones have been created on E. Chenango Avenue from Yosemite Street to S. Beeler Street and from S. Chester Street to S. Clinton Street. The speed limit within the school zones has been reduced from 25 MPH to 20 MPH and is effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.

Parking/Stopping Restrictions

Parking/stopping restrictions have also been implemented on E. Chenango Avenue adjacent to Chenango Park and at the intersection of E. Chenango Avenue and S. Clinton Street. Vehicles are prohibited to stop and drop off students at these locations.

Time-of-Day Right Turn Prohibition

A right turn prohibition will be implemented for westbound E. Belleview Avenue to S. Beeler Street. The turn prohibition will be effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM. As a result, vehicles will not be able to make a right turn onto S. Beeler Street from westbound E. Belleview Avenue. Please note that residents who live in the Cherry Creek Village South neighborhood will not be exempt from this turn prohibition. This is a temporary turn restriction and the signs will be taken down on October 14th.

A map of the new restrictions has been included on the Village Voices page. Please be aware of the new signage in the neighborhood that designates these locations. Greenwood Village Police will begin enforcement of the changes on August 15, 2022. There will be a brief education period before Greenwood Village Police will begin issuing citations.

  • Cherry Creek Village South Update

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    On May 2, 2022, Greenwood Village City Council approved several actions that will facilitate the safe movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic in the neighborhood. This letter is to notify residents of the upcoming enforcement of the new restrictions beginning on Monday, August 15, 2022.


    School Zones

    New school zones have been created on E. Chenango Avenue from Yosemite Street to S. Beeler Street and from S. Chester Street to S. Clinton Street. The speed limit within the school zones has been reduced from 25 MPH to 20 MPH and is effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.


    Parking/Stopping Restrictions

    Parking/stopping restrictions have also been implemented on E. Chenango Avenue adjacent to Chenango Park and at the intersection of E. Chenango Avenue and S. Clinton Street. Vehicles are prohibited to stop and drop off students at these locations.


    Time-of-Day Right Turn Prohibition

    A right turn prohibition will be implemented for westbound E. Belleview Avenue to S. Beeler Street. The turn prohibition will be effective Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM. As a result, vehicles will not be able to make a right turn onto S. Beeler Street from westbound E. Belleview Avenue. Please note that residents who live in the Cherry Creek Village South neighborhood will not be exempt from this turn prohibition.


    Please be aware of the new signage in the neighborhood that designates these locations. Greenwood Village Police will begin enforcement of the changes on August 15, 2022. There will be a brief education period before Greenwood Village Police will begin issuing citations.

  • Notice of City Council Meeting, May 2, 2022

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    The Greenwood Village City Council will be discussing the Cherry Creek Village South (CCVS) Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) on Monday, May 2, 2022. City Council will discuss the permanent implementation of a schools zone and no stopping/standing restrictions on E. Chenango Ave. City Council will also be discussing the implementation of a trial right turn prohibition from E. Belleview Ave. to S. Beeler St. The City Council agenda and related information will be available on the City's website on Thursday, April 28th. Please contact George Eveleth at (303) 708-6111 or geveleth@greenwoodvillage.com should you have any questions regarding the meeting.

    A link to the City Council Agendas, Minutes, & Webcast page is provided below.

    https://www.greenwoodvillage.com/2390/Agendas-Minutes-Webcasts

  • Outcome of January 2022 Neighborhood Meeting

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    Thank you for your participation in the January 26, 2022 Cherry Creek Village South Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) public meeting. Based on feedback received during the meeting, several traffic calming measures will be evaluated over the next few months. This letter provides a summary and timeline of upcoming activities.

    During the meeting, a consensus was reached to implement stopping restrictions on E. Chenango Ave. adjacent to Chenango Park; at the intersection of E. Chenango Ave and S. Clinton St; and to create a school zone for portions of E. Chenango Ave. Additionally, a westbound right turn prohibition at E. Belleview Ave. and S. Beeler St., a speed hump on S. Beeler St., and a speed hump on E. Chenango Ave. will be evaluated on a trial basis. A map of the proposed traffic calming measures can be found on our Village Voices website at greenwoodvillagevoices.com.

    The stopping restrictions and school zone require City Council authorization prior to implementation. City Council authorization is also required to issue citations for turn prohibition violations during the trial phase. City Council authorization for these items is tentatively scheduled for early May.

    Once implemented, Greenwood Village Police will enforce the stopping restrictions, turn prohibitions, and speeding within the school zone. There will be a brief education period before the Village will begin issuing citations.

    Village staff will also conduct follow-up on cut-through, school drop-off, and speed studies to determine the effectiveness of implemented traffic calming measures. A neighborhood meeting will then be held to discuss the results of the temporary traffic calming measures and determine the next steps.

    The timeline for implementation and evaluation of traffic calming measures are as follows:

    • May: City Council action and installation of School Zone and no stopping signs

    • May: Installation of turn restriction signs and temporary speed humps

    • August/September: Follow up on cut-through, speed, and school drop-off studies

    • October: Neighborhood meeting

    Should you have any additional questions, please visit the project’s website at greenwoodvillagevoices.com or contact George Eveleth, Senior Engineering Technician at 303-708-6111or email geveleth@greenwoodvillage.com.

  • Next Steps

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    Next Public Meeting will be on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. It will be a hybrid meeting both in-person at Greenwood Village Public Works (10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, CO 80112) or Online via Microsoft Teams.

    Click here to join the meeting

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