Boulder County Flood Disaster:

Updates and Resources

City of Boulder Resources: (Click Here)
Flood Recovery: (Click Here for PDF)
Pictures from the City of Boulder: Here

 

Updates

9/24 12:00pm: More Parks Open
For updated road, trail and park closures: Click Here
 
Check for here for frequently updated Community Videos: Boulder County YouTube Channel 
9/20/2013 Video Update
9/23/2013 Video Update
 

Upcoming Events 

Community Events to Support Flood Relief:
10/19 All Day Flood Benefit Voodoo Hair Salon 100% Proceeds
10/19-10/27 Varies Part with your Art Boulder Arts & Crafts 100% Proceeds

 

Helpful Information 

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
 
Small Business Association:The Small Business Administration (SBA) provides low-interest, long-term loans for physical and economic damage. Learn more about business and economic injury loans on the SBA Types of Disaster Loans Web page.
 

Reliable Financial Contributions

Foothills Relief Fund: For Boulder and Broomfield Counties
American Red Cross: Rocky Mountain Chapter 
Salvation Army: Denver Division 
Humane Society: Boulder

News/Articles

Boulder Tech Scene Not Washed: USA Today
The Science Behind 1000 Year Flood: TIME

Need Help/Give Help

Through the 'Yes We Are Open...and Ready
to Help' campaign,  51 downtown businesses
came together to donate a portion of their
sales (or make a straight donation)  to flood relief efforts.
All funds were donated to the Foothills
Flood Relief Fund.   Please check back here soon
for the total amount raised.  Click here to view
the list of participating businesses.  
 

Financial Contributions: 

Bridge House of Boulder:
Day Shelter Donations

Boulder and Broomfield Counties: 
Foothills Flood Relief

Colorado Disaster Relief
Help Colorado Now

Salvation Army of Colorado:
Denver Chapter

Colorado Red Cross: 
Donate Here

Boulder Humane Society
Donate Here

Volunteer Resources: 

Victims in Need: 
Need Help/Can Volunteer

Debris Removal:
Collection Sites

Food Donations for Shelters: 
Offers Made Here

News and Updates:

Boulder Office of Emergency Management

Boulder Daily Camera

9News Closures/Cancelations

Current Road Closures
(Select Road Closures Tab)

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