Community Meetings

June Flood Recovery Update Meetings

To inform residents of unincorporated Boulder County about the progress made on various flood recovery projects, explain projects currently in place and discuss plans for future efforts, the County is holding several Flood Recovery Update Meetings.  

These meetings will be a check in with residents and will provide updates about revisions to private access policies, comprehensive creek planning, permanent road construction and grant funding for housing repairs including driveways, culverts, bridges and wells/septic (and other updates).

Who: Lefthand and James Canyon Neighborhoods
When: June 4, 6:45-8:30 p.m.
Presentation

Who: Wagonwheel Gap Neighborhood
When: June 5, 6-8 p.m.
Presentation

Who: Fourmile and Salina Neighborhoods
When: June 9, 6-8 p.m.
Presentation 

Who: Apple Valley, North and South St. Vrain, Longmont Dam Rd. Neighborhoods
When: June 11, 6:45-8:15 p.m., (6:15 p.m. potluck)
Presentation

Who: Raymond/Riverside
When: June 12, 6-8 p.m.
Where: Peaceful Valley Ranch, 475 Peaceful Valley Rd (south of Raymond, Hwy 72)
Presentation
CDOT Presentation 

Residents may attend any meeting, even if it is not the community where they live, but there will be some community-specific information given. Presentation materials will be posted here. 

Housing and Human Services Presentation

For more information, contact Katie Arrington at karrington@bouldercounty.org or 303-441-1609.

Community Meetings for the St. Vrain Creek Master Plan

Boulder County, as part of the St. Vrain Creek Coalition, has launched a flood-recovery master planning process for the St. Vrain Creek. There will be two initial community meetings on Monday, June 16 and Thursday, June 19. We invite you to attend one of the community meetings to find out more about this effort and provide your suggestions and ideas for flood recovery for the St. Vrain Creek.

The master plan will help determine:

  • What happens after spring run-off?
  • What is the next step for creek recovery?
  • What will the final creek alignment be?
  • How will agencies, landowners, and the public work together?

Collaboration and community participation will be key to the success of the master plan. Please join us!

Community Meeting Information
Monday, June 16, 2014 
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 
Rogers Hall 
High Street and 4th Avenue, Lyons, CO 80540 

Thursday, June 19, 2014 
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 
Boulder County Fairgrounds, 
Barn A 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, CO 80501 

Meeting Format 
Residents can attend the meeting that is most convenient, as each meeting will have the same agenda. The public meetings will include a formal presentation, a facilitated Question and Answer session, sign up tables for future small group meetings, and an open house for discussions with the project team. 

Contact Information 
For more information about the St. Vrain Creek master plan, please visit the project website. Comments about the study can be submitted through the web page, emailed to StVrainMasterPlan@Projects.MBakerCorp.com, or by calling 720-407-4786. 

Similar master planning efforts are underway for many other watersheds in Boulder County, including Left Hand Creek, Little Thompson River, and Fourmile Creek. For more information on any of the master plans, please visit the Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative website or contact Stacey Proctor at 303-441-1107 or sproctor@bouldercounty.org.

Spring Runoff & Community Preparedness Meetings

In an effort to inform residents about the risks associated with the upcoming post-flood spring runoff, Boulder County hosted Spring Runoff & Community Preparedness Meetings.

These meetings included information about potential spring runoff and summer flooding hazards, emergency preparedness measures, and updates about recovery projects such as the Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative, FEMA buyout program, CDBG-DR funding, flood insurance, and housing assistance. Additionally the County presented an assessment of hazardous conditions and possible mitigation strategies such as debris removal, creek bank stabilization and channel restoration. The Long-Term Flood Recovery Group of Boulder County also provided information about resources to meet individual unmet needs.

Meetings featured a presentation with information about county recovery efforts. Staff information tables were set up in order to help answer specific questions or connect residents to the right team for a follow-up discussion. Resource guides, preparedness guides and literature for other recovery, rebuilding or preparedness programs were provided.

Videos of the meeting held in Longmont on March 10th, 2014 are posted on the Videos page.

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