Dayton Well Improvements

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A virtual public meeting will be held on February 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM to provide information regarding the improvements to the City’s Dayton Well. The meeting will be available to attend online through Microsoft Teams link below or by conference call-in (Phone: 720-617-1327 Conference ID: 953 560 359#).

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The Dayton Well is located on the west side of South Dayton Street between East Dorado Avenue and Powers Drive. The well provides irrigation water to Silo Park and landscaping along Dayton Street. The well itself was rehabilitated by the Village in 2003. However, the adjacent tanks, pumps, and enclosures have not been updated since their construction in 1986. The current pumps and underground enclosure are in poor condition and pose safety risks due to the confined underground space. The buried water storage tanks also require maintenance to ensure long-term storage capability. A special use permit (SUP) for the project was approved by City Council in 2005 to construct an aboveground, 12’ x 18’ well pump house to replace the current underground enclosure, shed, and pumping infrastructure. This project will adhere to the SUP plan requirements for building dimensions, finishes, and additional landscape screening.

For more information or questions, please call Josh Morin, Parks Project Manager, at 303-708-6113 or email jmorin@greenwoodvillage.com.

A virtual public meeting will be held on February 24, 2021 at 6:00 PM to provide information regarding the improvements to the City’s Dayton Well. The meeting will be available to attend online through Microsoft Teams link below or by conference call-in (Phone: 720-617-1327 Conference ID: 953 560 359#).

CLICK HERE - PUBILC MEETING LINK

The Dayton Well is located on the west side of South Dayton Street between East Dorado Avenue and Powers Drive. The well provides irrigation water to Silo Park and landscaping along Dayton Street. The well itself was rehabilitated by the Village in 2003. However, the adjacent tanks, pumps, and enclosures have not been updated since their construction in 1986. The current pumps and underground enclosure are in poor condition and pose safety risks due to the confined underground space. The buried water storage tanks also require maintenance to ensure long-term storage capability. A special use permit (SUP) for the project was approved by City Council in 2005 to construct an aboveground, 12’ x 18’ well pump house to replace the current underground enclosure, shed, and pumping infrastructure. This project will adhere to the SUP plan requirements for building dimensions, finishes, and additional landscape screening.

For more information or questions, please call Josh Morin, Parks Project Manager, at 303-708-6113 or email jmorin@greenwoodvillage.com.

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