Raftopoulos v. Farrow

In Raftopoulos v. Farrow, 691 P.2d 1160 (Colo. App. 1984), the Court declined to infer abandonment of a public right-of-way, even though the right-of-way had never been used as a road and was not included on the official county highway users map, and even though a commissioner had told one of the parties that the county had no interest in the unused portion. The Court concluded that, even if it assumed that there could be abandonment of a dedicated public right-of-way other than by official board action, the facts of the case did not establish abandonment under Uhl v. McEndaffer, 123 Colo. 69, 225 P.2d 839 (1950).