Moving Montrose Forward

MoveMoCo Logo Med"Moving Montrose Forward" (MoveMo) is all about equipping Montrose for a successful future by investing in public infrastructure improvements. The expansion of our transportation network (including pedestrian and bicycle facilities/trails), maintenance of existing roadways, and improvements/maintenance of water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer utilities are all part of the effort.

New projects totaling approximately $11 million are planned for 2022. As projects begin construction, they will be summarized on this page along with links to additional project information. Summaries of recently-completed capital projects are also displayed.  

Capital projects are prioritized as a cooperative effort between citizens, City Council, city management, various city departments, and engineering. These efforts take into account community priorities, citizen feedback, the city’s Comprehensive Plan, known problem areas or “missing links” in the transportation network, patterns of development, master plans, and unique funding opportunities that become available. Additional detail can be found in the city’s Street Maintenance and Capital Plan.

The design and construction of capital projects are managed by the city’s Engineering Department. Contact the city engineer for further project information.

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  1. Current Capital Projects

"Moving Montrose Forward" (MoveMo) is all about equipping Montrose for a successful future by investing in public infrastructure improvements. This includes the expansion of our transportation network (including pedestrian and bicycle facilities/trails), maintenance of existing roadways, and improvements/maintenance of water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer utilities.

New projects totaling approximately $11 million are planned for 2022. As projects begin construction they will be summarized on this page and summaries of recently-completed capital projects are included in the adjacent tab.  

The design and construction of capital projects are managed by the city’s Engineering Department. Contact information for the city engineer is available here. Capital projects are prioritized as a cooperative effort between citizens, City Council, city management, various city departments, and engineering. These efforts take into account community priorities/citizen feedback, priorities identified in the city’s Comprehensive Plan, known problem areas, or “missing links” in the transportation network, patterns of development, master plans, and unique funding opportunities that become available. Additional detail can be found in the city’s Street Maintenance and Capital Plan.  

  1. Recently Completed Capital Projects
  1. Street Maintenance Projects