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2013 Colorado Flood

2013 Colorado Flood

Hwy 34 between Greeley and Kersey - Photo courtesy of CDOT
Hwy 34 between Greeley and Kersey - Photo courtesy of CDOT
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CDOT Gets Busy on Permanent Construction for Hwy 34 East of Greeley

The floods of 2013 are still visible in many places. CDOT has finally begun permanent construction on Hwy 34 between Greeley and Kersey to include a new road and bridge

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Flooding in Glen Haven
Justin Smith, Facebook
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Glen Haven Flood Victims Forced to Pay Back Money to FEMA

Several families in Glen Haven will have to pay back FEMA money they used to make repairs in from last fall’s devastating flooding because of their Home Owner’s Association policy.

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Washed Out Road in Glen Haven
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FEMA Demands Glen Haven Residents Give Back Money [POLL]

Residents of Glen Haven, Colorado, may have to give back money they received from FEMA to fix a road to their homes. Officials met with residents on Wednesday, October 1; the outcome was not good.

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Flood Damage to Highway 34
Justin Smith, Facebook
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Government Approves Extra Funding for Colorado Road Repair [VIDEO]

Before the government shutdown, Colorado senators had proposed bills to raise the spending limit on emergency road repair, in order to get the state back on track after the flood. Unfortunately, those bills weren't picked up. But then...

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Colorado Flood 2013
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Bohemian Foundation Commits up to $750,000 to Match Individual Donations For Flood Relief In Larimer County

Bohemian Foundation will donate up to $250,000 to each of three funds to match donations for flood relief that are made by individuals by Oct. 31, 2013, for a possible total of $750,000. If $750,000 is raised by our community and those funds are matched by Bohemian Foundation, we are talking about 1.5 million dollars.

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9News.com
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How Is the Government Shutdown Affecting Colorado Flood Recovery? [VIDEO]

When he visited Colorado last month, Vice President Joe Biden told us none of the Federal flood relief efforts in the state would be affected if the government shut down. Turns out that wasn't entirely true...

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Weld County Flood Map Satellite Image
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Satellite Imagery Shows Extent of Flooding in Weld County

Now, thanks to Weld County, you can see before and after satellite images of the area that was flooded by the Colorado Flood of 2013. Weld County Commissioners have purchased satellite imagery collected during the flood event by Digital Globe Inc.

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Flood Evacuees rescued by Colorado National Guard
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FEMA Opens New Disaster Recovery Centers In Northern Colorado – New Centers Open in Sterling & Aurora

Colorado residents who suffered losses and damages as a result of the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides can get information about disaster assistance at two new Disaster Recovery Centers in Commerce City and Milliken.

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Flood Damage to Highway 34
Justin Smith, Facebook
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CDOT Announces Estimated Re-Opening Dates For a Number Of Colorado Highways

The Colorado Department of Transportation has announced estimated opening dates for many highways in the state. The ultimate goal is to complete temporary or permanent repairs to restore mobility on these state highway routes by December 1, 2013.

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Flooding in Colorado
Colorado Department of Transportation, Facebook
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Flash Flooding Closes Roads In Northern Colorado – Full List of Road Closures Here [UPDATED: 6:09 AM Thursday]

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.

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Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
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CDOT Awards Highway Contracts To Repair Flooded Roadways [VIDEO]

As we reported earlier, CDOT will be spending its entire $100 million emergency fund to repair the roads and bridges damaged by the flooding here in Northern Colorado. CDOT has recently announced that those contracts have been awarded to contractors and work will begin immediately.

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Free Weed Given Out For Colorado Flood Relief


People all over our great state of Colorado are stepping up to help those effected by the floods of a little over a week ago. Some are putting on concerts, others are gathering food, clothes, and money, and then there is Boulder. One of the hardest hit areas of the state aren't straying far from what they know very well to benefit flood relief... Free marijuana

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