The Metro District is responsible for the design and construction of much of the infrastructure in Highlands Ranch. Facilities like four and six-lane arterial roads, traffic signals, storm drainage facilities and stream channel stabilization projects have been the responsibility of the Metro District’s Public Works staff. The approved zoning document for Highlands Ranch has enabled the Metro District to estimate the scope and cost of infrastructure to serve the community.
Photo: Channel stabilization project in Upper Dad Clark Gulch.
In addition to providing infrastructure, the Metro District’s Public Works staff also cooperates with regional agencies like the Douglas County Public Works Department, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Urban Drainage and Flood Control District (UDFCD) and the Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) to coordinate other transportation projects and services. Click here to visit CDOT’s C-470 Corridor Project website.
Jeff Case, P.E., Director of Public Works
Highlands Ranch Metro District and Centennial Water & Sanitation District
Jeff is Director of the Public Works department, which is responsible for the design and construction of infrastructure including major roads, storm water and drainage channel improvements, traffic signals, and water and sanitary sewer lines. This department also represents the community in regional planning efforts involving transportation, transit, telecommunications and storm water management. Jeff has been involved with the infrastructure of Highlands Ranch since 1981. Contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 720-240-4930.