Monday’s opening of Highway 36 following flood repairs was welcome news to many, but it has some Jefferson County residents feeling like officials are playing favorites with the priorities for the recovery.
One of the main Colorado roads that suffered the most damage from the September floods is back open after National Guard troops and the Colorado Department of Transportation worked around the clock to repair the highway.
Thanks to some dedicated construction crews a portion of Highway 36 will reopen Monday, about a month earlier than anticipated.
One of the Colorado roads that suffered the most damage from the September floods will reopen about a month ahead of schedule.
The Estes Park School District received a big check from the NFL Referees Association before Sunday’s Broncos game, and it was referee from Colorado who started it all.
It’s starting to feel like home again for residents in Lyons. Some homes have had electricity for weeks, but now close to 1,000 are getting their water, sewage and gas back.
Some people who live in Lyons will be able to move back home on Saturday.
The flooding is affecting the election in parts of Colorado and Larimer County officials want to make sure voters who lost their homes can still cast their ballot next month.
Lyons was one of the towns hardest hit by the floods, but that’s not slowing down the high school football team.
Lyons is one town in Colorado devastated by last month’s flooding that is working hard to make a comeback thanks to its dedicated community.