Boulder County Flood Disaster:
Updates and Resources
City of Boulder Resources: (Click Here)
Pictures from the City of Boulder: Here
9/24 12:00pm: More Parks Open
For updated road, trail and park closures: Click Here
Community Events to Support Flood Relief:
For the most up-to-date road, path and underpass closures, visit www.boulderfloodinfo.net and select the “Road and Path Closures” tab.
All of the buses in the Boulder Community Transit Network are operating on their regular schedules and routes, including the HOP and SKIP. All RTD regional buses in the Boulder area are also operational, except for routes N, Y and YL. Routes 205, 206, 208, and 121 are detoured due to road damage. Visit www.rtd-denver.com for the latest RTD bus service information.
For more updated info: www.BoulderFloodInfo.net
For Those In Need
To report public infrastructure issues and transportation safety concerns that have occurred in the past 24 hours, contact the Public Works call center at 303-413-7100.Visit www.boulderfloodinfo.net for the latest flood recovery information and to sign up to receive flood updates via email.
The City of Boulder and Boulder County have announced the opening of a Disaster Assistance Center. The center will open 9/19 at 1:00pm at 5495 Arapahoe Ave.The center will be open from 9am-7pm 7 days a week until there is no longer a need to remain open.
Disaster Assistance Center
The City of Boulder and Boulder County have announced the opening of a Disaster Assistance Center. The center will open 9/19 at 1:00pm at 5495 Arapahoe Ave.The center will be open from 9am-7pm 7 days a week until there is no longer a need to remain open
Reliable Financial Contributions
Foothills Relief Fund: For Boulder and Broomfield Counties
American Red Cross: Rocky Mountain Chapter
Salvation Army: Denver Division
Humane Society: Boulder
Boulder Tech Scene Not Washed: USA Today
The Science Behind 1000 Year Flood: TIME