Aims Greeley - 1-hour delay (Classes start at 9am)
Briggsdale RE-10 - closed
College America classes in Fort Collins delayed until 9:30 a.m
Eaton Re2 - closed
Eaton early learning center - Closed
Estes Park School District R-3 – Closed
Faith Preschool in Eaton - Closed
Greeley-Evans School District 6 - Closed
Highland Early Childhood education center (Ault) - closed
Johnstown-Milliken RE-5J - Closed
Montessori Academy Greeley - CLOSED
St. Mary's in Greeley - closed
Thompson Valley Schools (Loveland) closed
University of Northern Colorado - Closed
Weld-Re-9 Ault - Closed
Windsor Re-4J - Closed


Agilent technologies in Loveland is closed today
Fritzler's Corn Maze - closed today
Larimer county offices in Estes Park are closed
Loveland Community Health Center Closed til noon
City of Loveland offices/buildings will open at 10 a.m
Poudre and Spring Creek trails are closed due to fallen branches and unsafe conditions.


I-80 is closed from Cheyenne to Laramie
287 Closed at Teds Place
EB I-70 is closed in Idaho Springs due to multiple accidents.
The Oval on the CSU campus is closed to traffic and parking because of downed and falling tree branches.

7News is reporting that over 40,000 people are without power right now. To report an outage to Xcel Energy, call 1-800-895-1999.

Transfort bus routes are all open, but expect 10-15 minute delays.

The October 26 snow has caused numerous power outages throughout the Poudre Valley REA service territory affecting approximately 8,000 consumers. Line crews have been working to restore power since 9:00 p.m. Tuesday night. All available equipment and personnel are deployed and crews are on scene at locations in areas along the foothills from Lyons to Red Feather Lakes. At this time approximately 5,000 homes and businesses remain without power with the majority of outages concentrated west of I-25 from south of Berthoud to Wellington.

Updates are available on the association website at

To report an outage call 800-432-1012 or 970-226-1234.

We appreciate the patience and understanding of our members during this weather emergency and urge everyone to avoid downed power lines or any areas where trees are in contact with lines or other electrical equipment. The safety of our consumers and our crews are the most important consideration as we work to restore power.

Contact: Ric Soulen, Communications Specialist, Poudre Valley REA 970-282-6422

CityofLoveland Loveland, Colorado
When convenient, residents may take fallen tree limbs from their private property to the city Recycling Center, 400 N. Wilson. No charge.
Also asking that people don’t call about downed Tree Limbs. They’re working as best they can to clear.

10:30 Outage Update

The snow continues to fall and damaged trees have caused additional outages near Kersey and other areas in the Poudre Valley REA service territory. Some power has been restored to consumers near Bellvue and other places however progress is slow due to additional accumulating snow. At this time approximately 7,000 members are without power.

We appreciate the patience and understanding of our members during this weather emergency.

Updates are available on the association website at

To report an outage call 800-432-1012 or 970-226-1234.

Loveland Water and Power

Gretchen Stanford

Loveland Water and Power

200 North Wilson Avenue

Loveland, CO

Power Outage in Loveland Area
Loveland, Colorado: Loveland Water and Power crews have been working throughout the night on a power outage affecting most of the Loveland area. This is a widespread City power outage. The weather has had a major impact on the electric system and has caused some difficult problems for our customers.
We have several crews on site and staff is canvasing areas of concern. At this time, it is very difficult for us to anticipate what time power will be restored to each area.
“We are very sorry for this inconvenience to our customers and are doing our best to restore power as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience at this time.” says Steve Adams, Water and Power Director.
The Red Cross is establishing a temporary shelter for those that need immediate assistance. The location will be at Thomson Valley High School and will be opening at 11:30 a.m. No pets at the shelter, please.
Please refer to the City’s website for the most current and up to date information on the outage. In the meantime, if you need assistance or are looking for an update on the outage, please call the Loveland Water and Power Dispatch office at 970-663-1043 or 970-962-3581 or 970-962-3720.