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2013 Flood Response and Recovery for Roads and Bridges

Last updated June 10, 2015

The Public Works Division is working as quickly as possible to make both temporary connections as well as permanent repairs to the roadway system in Larimer County following the flood. The latest information will be posted here.

A Transportation Bulletin will be published each week that summarizes the current efforts. Check back each week for new information, schedules and progress.

Transportation Bulletins

Road Closures

Construction Updates

Other Current Information:

Need proof of inability to access your property/home for FEMA?

Summary Map of Flood Damage to County Road System 9-24-13

Map of which roadways have been assessed through 9-20-13

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT)

US 34 (Big Thompson Canyon), SH 14 in the Poudre Canyon, US 36 through Pinewood Springs, and SH 7 south of Estes are state highways and are under the jurisdiction of CDOT. An initial assessment of their roads has been completed.

More information on CDOT efforts to repair roads can be found at:

Hotline: 1-800-999-4997
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