As severe weather heads to the foothills people in Boulder are worried about flooding. One area of concern is the Boulder Creek.
Temperatures across Colorado’s Front Range are starting to warm up, and the resulting snowmelt is causing problems for a Boulder family.
Record flooding last fall washed away Sal Coppolecchia’s home in Lyons, forcing him to cut back on expenses as he figures out how to rebuild.
Another section of Boulder Creek has reopened for recreational use.
Cleanup is underway at two mobile home parks in Evans. They were heavily damaged in last fall’s flooding.
Crews are starting to tear down some homes inside the Big Thompson Canyon nearly eight months after devastating flooding damaged hundreds of homes and killed two people.
Colorado’s Front Range saw its first round of severe weather this season on Wednesday, and some people living in the areas clobbered by last year’s flooding are getting nervous.
Heavy rain combined with the spring snowmelt is a concern in those areas that flooded last fall and caused a lot of damage.
Lawmakers are trying to agree on last-minute changes to a proposal that would give a property tax break to residents affected by massive Colorado flooding and wildfires last year.
People who lost their homes and businesses during historic Colorado floods and wildfires last year may still get some relief on their property taxes, but it’ll be smaller than initially expected.