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Boulder County Flood Recovery

Creek and stream levels and flows are up all around Boulder County due to recent rains. Be Flash Flood Ready. For updates, please visit the Boulder Office of Emergency Management. The Boulder OEM will continue monitoring conditions for any flooding risks or threats.

The 2013 Flood resulted in extensive damage to residential and business property, as well as to Boulder County roads, bridges, creeks, and open space. Long-term recovery efforts continue to dominate Boulder County programs and projects. Recovery for our community, infrastructure and ecology is all happening simultaneously and progress in one area is intricately tied to progress in the other areas.   

Building Back Better

Recovering from the 2013 Flood will be a multi-year commitment for Boulder County, the municipalities and our community as a whole. Boulder County is committed to building back stronger and more resilient than before.

Watch our latest video to learn how to be more prepared for seasonal spring run-off in a post-flood environment. 

Please email us with questions and sign-up for the Flood Info email listserv to receive flood recovery updates. View the Post-Flood Preparedness Guide for tips about preparing for disaster in a post-flood landscape so you, your family and neighbors can be part of a more resilient community.

CDBG-DR Round 2

Boulder County has joined municipal partners in a collaborative effort to allocate Round 2 flood recovery funds. Residents are encouraged to view a Draft Partial Action Plan and provide any comments or suggestions. A 30-day public comment period begins March, 20. You can view the Action Plan and comments may be submitted directly through a collaborative website hosted by the City of Longmont. 

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