Floodplain Mapping – How to Stay Informed

Floodplain Mapping - How to Stay Informed

Boulder County is committed to keeping the public informed about the mapping update program in an accurate and timely fashion.


Newsletters will be produced and disseminated throughout the duration of the program to provide property owners and other interested parties with regular updates. The newsletters will contain information on regulatory floodplains, the National Flood Insurance Program, Code Amendments, and other relevant topics.

Email Listservs

Signup to receive timely information on the program by subscribing to the project email list.

Public Hearings

The public hearing process for adopting new floodplain mapping and associated code amendments requires that staff recommendations are presented at one or more Planning Commission public hearings, and then, with recommended approval by the Planning Commission, are brought to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) for one or more public hearings where a decision on the staff recommendation is made.

More information, including meeting dates and times, will be available here and on the Land Use Department’s docket webpage. Check regularly for updates. You can also view the BOCC’s and Planning Commission’s upcoming agendas to stay up-to-date on project activities.

Upcoming Public Hearings:

  • No public hearings are scheduled at this time.

Public Meetings

  • No public meetings are scheduled at this time.

Previous Meetings:

Contact Us

Floodplain Administrator Contact

Floodplain Administrator


Floodplain Remapping Program Contact



2525 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80304

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Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. M-F

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306