The Colorado Department of Transportation on Wednesday started a project along US 24 to try to prevent mudslides.
Proposals providing tax relief for people who lost their properties during the September floods and incentives for wildfire mitigation are among the first bills of the Colorado legislative session.
Destruction from September’s Colorado floods is prompting proposals that state lawmakers say are aimed at removing bureaucratic obstacles to expedite rebuilding efforts.
An RV park is on high alert amid concerns over flooding on a frozen creek.
They noticed the flood damage along the Front Range, and now people in one town on the Western Slope want to fix their river. But it’s coming at a cost, not just through taxes, but dozens of families are being told to leave their homes.
Gov. John Hickenlooper’s proposed Colorado budget for next year is influenced by what the state has to pay for historic wildfires and flooding, but the improving economy is allowing for increases to education.
By appealing to the federal government to allow Colorado to pay for the opening of Rocky Mountain National Park, Gov. John Hickenlooper may have reinvigorated more than the tourist season for Estes Park.
It’s ironic and convenient they are located in Boulder where the flood did some of its worst damage. They are analyzing all the data to determine whether this is truly the 100-year flood or brought on by climate change.
A storm that brought up to four inches of snow to Colorado’s High Country and light rain to the Front Range is moving out.