If the state can get a “disaster declaration” it would free up grant money to pay for debris removal and repairs.
One of the Colorado roads that suffered the most damage from the September floods will reopen about a month ahead of schedule.
The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to get everyone back on the roads as soon as possible. They’ve already started with $130 million and more money is expected from the federal government next week.
The Royal Mobile Home Park in Longmont was hit hard by the flood waters of the St. Vrain River last week. The park sits only a few yards from the river and it remains closed.
The Interstate 70 Glenwood Canyon bike path is reopening at noon Friday following repairs from flooding damage a year ago.