Taking a dip in Boulder Creek could be costly after last year’s flooding.
While crews in Boulder work to prevent more flooding from the spring thaw after last fall’s devastating flooding, the city is still trying to figure out just how much damage that rushing water caused underground.
Parks and trails devastated by last fall’s record flooding are getting a second chance thanks to a $13 million grant. More than a dozen projects are benefiting from the funding.
Larimer County is working with nonprofit disaster relief workers to provide free sand bags to residents who have been affected by forest fires and erosion flooding over the past two years.
Highway officials are planning to close U.S. Highway 36 west of Pinewood Springs near Estes Park on Wednesday as part of a flood reconstruction project.
Wednesday and Thursday’s snow was enough to have water running high in Boulder and the University of Colorado is preparing for the flood season by making sure a warning system is working.
Boulder County is getting serious about removing flood debris to prevent more flooding.
Thousands of Coloradans could face major cost increases for their flood insurance, just as many are trying to decide whether to rebuild or move on after the devastating September flooding.
Inside the town of Lyons during last September’s historic flooding were a group of leaders who were prepared.
With the spring thaw in sight many communities hit hard by last September’s floods are worried about a heavier than usual runoff. One of those communities is Glen Haven, located between Estes Park and Fort Collins.