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Proposed Expansion in Poudre River District to Include Distillery, Retail Shops and Music Venue

A plan has been submitted by the founders of OtterBox for a 100,000 square foot expansion project for the Poudre River District in Fort Collins that would include a distillery, restaurant, meeting rooms, retail shops and a music venue.

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Rescue in Poudre River - Fort Collins, CO
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Woman Rescued From Poudre River in Northwest Fort Collins [PICTURES]

An unidentified woman was rescued from the Poudre River yesterday just after noon about ¼ mile east of Overland Trail and the Poudre River in northwest Fort Collins.

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Oil Spill Soils Poudre River

The oil spill in Windsor, Colorado soiled one of our cleanest rivers.

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How To Support the Fort Collins Whitewater Play Park

The City of Fort Collins is taking feedback from the public on a proposed white water play park near College Ave on the Poudre River. Find the link here.

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Rene Johnston/Toronto Star via Getty Images
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Ban on Inflatables on the Poudre River in Fort Collins Lifted

About two weeks ago the City of Fort Collins prohibited the operation of any single-chambered, air-inflated devices on the Poudre within Fort Collins city limits due to dangerous conditions on the river. Although the river is still "dangerous," the ban has been lifted. 

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Do Not Tube in Poudre Canyon, Especially During Spring Runoff

A brief sightseeing trip to the Poudre River reminded me to remind you: Tubing is not safe in Poudre Canyon. Ever.

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BREAKING NEWS: Rafter Pulled From Poudre River In Poudre Canyon

An unconscious rafter has been pulled from the Cache la Poudre River in the Poudre Canyon, and has passed away.

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Poudre River Flood Pictures and Video

The Poudre River is flooding onto trails, into natural areas and is causing closures up and down its banks.

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The Denver Post via Getty Images
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Tubing Banned on the Poudre River in Fort Collins

Just days after the Poudre River opened for recreational activities, it has already been shutdown to some of those activities because of above average runoff and extreme danger. 

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Do Not Enter the Poudre River During Spring Runoff

Spring rains combined with one of the deepest snowpacks we've seen in years have the river in a swollen state, and it probably won't subside until July.

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City of Fort Collins Facebook
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Many of the Recreation Trails in Larimer and Weld Counties Will Remained Closed

Lots of rain has saturated the ground again around our local rivers closing roads and much of the bike/walking trail system. Please remain cautious.

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Poudre River Trail Closure Map - City of Greeley Facebook
Poudre River Trail Closure Map - City of Greeley Facebook
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Poudre River Bike Trail Still Closed In Some Locations

With the weather turning nice many will be hitting the bike trails but be aware that some are still closed due to flooding and construction.

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