Gov. John Hickenlooper is trying to help cities and counties recover faster from last year’s historic flooding. He is changing the process for how federal funding is distributed.
Gov. John Hickenlooper is taking steps to help cities and counties still recovering from last year’s historic September floods.
The ongoing repairs from last September’s flooding means another closure for Highway 36.
Nowhere are they more sensitive about the heavy rains than in Boulder and Larimer counties where they saw massive flooding last fall. And with flash flood warnings posted across Colorado, people in Lyons pitched in to help homeowners prepare.
Jamestown is close to restoring water service to all its residents.
This weekend marked a milestone for the town of Lyons as they continue to recover from last fall’s disastrous flooding.
A group of volunteers who helped some residents in Northern Colorado after last fall’s devastating flooding is making a documentary.
Unclear computer weather models made it difficult to predict the location and magnitude of heavy rains during Colorado’s deadly September storms, the National Weather Service said.
Last September hundreds of people got trapped in their small communities and had to be rescued when flood waters destroyed all the roads. They were airlifted to safety in Black Hawk helicopters.
A shortage of rental housing has been a huge problem for people displaced by last September’s floods, but help is on the way.