An historical archive of the year of the great flood.


From Boulder County Commissioners:

Thank you to everyone who was able to come to the Boulder County Spring Runoff & Community Preparedness meetings held earlier this month.  We had over 825 people attend during our four nights of meetings.

We have posted the PowerPoint presentation, videotape of one meeting and the High Hazard Project maps  on the website:http://www.bouldercounty.org/flood/emergencypreparedness/pages/communitymeetings.aspx

Please take a look at the maps, especially if you were unable to come to the meetings. Many of the projects identified by the county have individual street addresses attached to them, making it easy to identify your property.  If you find your property has been identified as one of the High Hazard Projects, and you have not filled out a Right of Entry form, please do so. The form is available here:http://www.bouldercounty.org/flood/health/pages/rightofentry.aspx.  You can fill out the form and submit it online.  You can also check thismap, to see if Boulder County would like to access your property.

Additionally at the meeting we talked about signing up for our Flood Info e-mail list.  Boulder County is sending regular e-mail updates about flood recovery efforts to everyone signed up on the listserv.  Please sign up at the bottom of this page (under the heading e-mail updates):http://www.bouldercounty.org/flood/pages/default.aspx

For more information about flood recovery resources go to:  www.bouldercountyflood.org

Please let us know if you have any additional questions, comments or concerns.

Katie Arrington

Flood Recovery Specialist

Boulder County Commissioners’

Desk: 303-441-1609

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