Public Works

Image of Public Works employee showing snow plow to visitors.

The City's Public Works Department delivers street maintenance, design and construction, snow and ice control services that help define the quality of life in Centennial. 

Public Works provides the following services:

Street Rehabilitation Program

The City of Centennial is regularly conducts street rehabilitation and creates a map of upcoming projects. Click below to view the Street Rehabilitation Program.

View the Street Rehabilitation Projects Map

Mill and Overlay

Streets receiving a mill and overlay treatment will have the surface of the road milled for the entire width of the street. A new asphalt surface will be placed on the roadway approximately 10 days after the milling is complete. Access will be provided by flaggers working in the construction zone.

Concrete Replacement

Streets receiving a mill and overlay will also receive concrete rehabilitation the year prior to the pavement treatment. This effort repairs broken curbs, gutters, sidewalks and other concrete structures that if left unrepaired will shorten life of the major rehabilitation investment. As part of this work, curb ramps will be repaired and brought to current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.

Slurry Seal

Street segments receiving this treatment will receive a new wearing surface on top of the existing asphalt. The street is closed for approximately 4 hours for the application of the slurry seal as well time for the new surface to dry. This process seals the cracks in the road as well as protects the existing asphalt surface.

Crack Seal

Crack seal is the process of cleaning out existing cracks in the road and placing a hot asphalt rubber to protect moisture from entering the crack. This process is performed with a mobile operation in which a flagger will help assist providing access through the construction zone. Streets receiving a slurry seal will also receive a crack seal treatment.

Our Roadway Projects page includes current information on:

  • major projects road constructions projects
  • major utility projects conducted by external utility providers

Learn about roadway projects.

A Right-of-Way (ROW) Permit is required for all construction and maintenance within the City’s ROW, placing dumpsters on residential streets, or requesting a street closure and transporting oversized/overweight loads on City streets.

The City of Centennial provides cost effective snow and ice control services ensuring adequate mobility for public transit and emergency vehicles and access to businesses and residential streets when authorized in the event of a severe winter storm.

Learn more about Snow & Ice Control in the City.

The City's street network consists of 500 miles of paved public streets. A computerized work management system logs service requests, creates work orders, schedules maintenance work and documents work completion. The department utilizes a pavement management system to evaluate the condition of the street network and prioritize maintenance and rehabilitation work.

View our Street Maintenance page for more details.

City staff works with transportation agencies in surrounding jurisdictions, coordinating efforts to improve the transportation network.

View our Traffic page.

The City of Centennial has completed its Transportation Master Plan (TMP). The final plan, adopted in May 2022, is ready for public viewing. The TMP sets a vision for what transportation should look like in the years to come while guiding the City's investments through the next two decades. View the Centennial Transportation Plan(PDF, 15MB) adopted May 2, 2022.

Thank you to all who participated throughout the TMP process. 

Centennial’s Adopt-a-Street program provides residents and businesses an opportunity to show they care through the maintenance and upkeep of specific Centennial owned roads and right-of-ways. 

Learn how to Adopt a Street in Centennial.

Your Rights Against Discrimination under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Centennial operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, and disability. Anyone who believes they have been excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any Centennial program or activity because of their race, color, national origin, age, sex, or disability may file a discrimination complaint with Centennial or the Colorado Department of Transportation. 

To file a Title VI discrimination complaint, contact: 

Title VI Coordinator

13133 East Arapahoe Road

Centennial, CO 80112

(303) 325-8000


Colorado Department of Transportation

Civil Rights & Business Resource Center

2829 W Howard Pl

Denver, CO 80204