I have to hand it to city and state officials who have been keeping us all up-to-date with information about the flooding in Colorado, especially here in Larimer County. (Case in point, the updates from Sheriff Justin Smith.) Larimer County has already created a page with information containing imme…
One of the great things about Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith is that he is a very outgoing man- always tweeting and posting about his job. With the Colorado Floods of 2013, he's been very open and informative through social media- take a look!
There have been some heart wrenching photos coming from the flooding of the Thompson Canyon and a lot of people have been asking about a beloved store that is pretty much on the banks of said river; The Dam Store.
The Disaster Assistance Center is being set up at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation And Technology (formerly the old HP/Agilent Building) at 14th and Taft. Donations are being accepted in Lower D building on the east side of the facility starting at 10:00 AM Sunday morning...
Yesterday the City of Loveland knew that they had some problems going on within the cities water system. It looks like they have now isolated part of the problem and are working quickly to ensure that the infrastructure will be easier to repair going forward.
70 Fort Collins kids were in Estes Park for Eco Week when the Colorado flooding started and they had been stranded ever since, but today those 5th graders from Linton Elementary School are now home, safe and sound!
We are seeing conditions improve and roads are beginning to re-open, however many in Weld County still remain flooded. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has now re-opened both directions of I-25 in all areas that were previously closed.
Estes Park was cut off from all communication with the outside world, but as conditions improve we are getting a look at the aftermath from the small community. Here are some of the pictures from the area that we have seen so far.