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In most cases Right-of-Way width is much greater than the surface of the roadway. Right-of-Way does not end at the edge of pavement or back of curb. The County does not have Right-of-Way maps, but by following these steps you should be able to locate the various documents necesary to locate Right-of-Way:
Please contact Planning and Zoning (P&Z) for more information. The vacation application form is available on the P&Z webpage.
See the Colorado Department of Transportation Right-of-Way Information Handbook .
Signs are not allowed in County Right-of-Way per Zoning Resolution Section 10.B.1.b.
Find the answer in the right-of-way regulations brochure from the Institute of Traffic Engineers.
Right-of-Way for Jefferson County street-widening projects that was purchased from previous or current landowners on or after June 7, 1988, is subject to Section 33.A.7 of the Land Development Regulation.
This regulation requires the current landowner to reimburse the county for the Right-of-Way acquisition purchase when the parcel from which the Right-of-Way originated goes through the county platting, SDP or exemption from platting process. The reimbursement is required even if the Right-of-Way was purchased from a previous owner.
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