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The Town Engineer provides engineering services for the Town of Mead including review, inspection and administration of capital projects as well as the oversight of private land development. Work involves infrastructure related to water, sewer, drainage, roads, bridges and trails. The Town Engineer assures that public infrastructure is designed, built and maintained to Town standards. Other responsibilities include the oversight of oil and gas installations throughout the town. The Town Engineer oversees the Right of Way permitting process in accordance with the Town’s Municipal Code Chapter 11. Anyone wishing to access a town road with a driveway or curb cut needs to contact the Town. Any person or utility who wishes to work on any street, alley, sidewalk or public place must obtain a permit from the town.

Town of Mead Interactive Map

View the interactive map for information on the Town of Mead infrastructure & maintenance projects, land use & zoning, projects under construction, and approved development projects. You can also view our snow plow routes, download data, and view the Weld County Geographical Information System. To see detailed information, select the map you'd like to view. Each geographical area or roadway is highlighted by a shaded color; click the shaded color to view specific details on each.

Please be aware that users will be leaving the Town of Mead website by navigating to the GIS Hub. 

Colorado Department of Transportation

The Colorado Department of Transportation has conducted a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study of the Colorado Highway 66 corridor, from McConnell Drive in Lyons to Weld County Road 19. This includes areas of Mead along Hwy 66. The CDOT team identified a strategic vision and purpose for SH 66 that addresses safety, mobility, access, and developed a long-term plan for the corridor. For information regarding interstates, U.S. highways and state highways please visit Colorado Department of Transportation.

High Plains Boulevard

Weld County, Larimer County, the Towns of Mead, Berthoud, Johnstown, and Loveland, along with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), are collectively planning for a new north/south arterial roadway to help mitigate traffic congestion on Interstate 25 (I-25) in the future. The location of High Plains Boulevard is east of I-25, and extends to US Highway 34 on the north side, and State Highway 66 on the south side. Regional connectivity is a major concern along the I-25 corridor, and this planned roadway would allow for an alternative to I-25. For more information visit the Weld County website.