Colorado State Highway 22
Map of Adams County in north central Colorado with SH 22 highlighted in red
|Maintained by CDOT|
|Length||2.477 mi (3.986 km)|
|East end||SH 2 (Sable Boulevard) south of Brighton|
|US 85 at Henderson|
|West end||Brighton Road in Henderson|
The route begins at its eastern terminus in Brighton at SH 2. From there, it winds westward, crossing various major streets in the city. After crossing U.S. Highway 85 (US 85), SH 22 leaves the Brighton city limits at about 1.85 miles. A short while later, it exits the Brighton urban area boundary. From there, it crosses the Fulton Canal and reenters the Brighton city limits, ending at Brighton Road, in a portion of the unincorporated community called Henderson commonly attributed to Brighton.
The route consists of two lanes its entire length. It is not a limited-access highway the entire length, for there are traffic lights at various intersections along its length.
The route was established in early 1940s, first numbered as SH 128. In 1954, it was renumbered to SH 22. The route was paved, as it is today, in 1963.
|0.000||0.000||SH 2 (Sable Blvd)||East end of route|
|2.476||3.985||Brighton Street||West end of route|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|