Over the course of several days of heavy rain in September 2013, the entire Northern Front Range and Northeastern plains region experienced the most devastating flash flood event in modern Colorado history. In addition to displacing thousands of residents and destroying personal homes, businesses and public spaces, the flooding also caused extensive road and infrastructure damage throughout Boulder County.

There is much roadwork damage that will require extensive repairs over the next several weeks, months, and even years. The county sustained an enormous amount of damage to its roadway infrastructure, and in some places, experienced complete destruction of critical routes in the foothills and mountains. Initial estimates for repairs exceed $100 million.

View the Closures & Construction website to see a list of current roadway/bridge projects and their travel restrictions. 

Canyon roads will be permanently rebuilt in 2015 & 2016. Learn more about these projects and how you can provide feedback on their designs. 

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