Month: May 2015

Flash Flood Watch – Four Mile Burn

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Boulder County between 6000 and 9000 feet of elevation. The Watch will remain in effect through Tuesday afternoon. The Four Mile Burn area is included in the Flash Flood

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Emergency Operations Center closing

The Emergency Operations Center is closing. The National Weather Service doesn’t anticipate any further significant rainfall as it will be turning to snowfall soon. Staff will continue to monitor the situation and will re-open the center if needed.

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Weather update

The National Weather Service is predicting that the rain will turn into snow within the next few hours. While this will help reduce the flood risk, it will cause the wet roads to become slick. Be aware, drive safe, stay dry

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This is why the underpasses are closed

Recreation Closures

Due to ongoing flooding and potentially dangerous conditions, Boulder Open Space and Moutain Parks  is requesting that visitors do not use trails west of Broadway. Please go to for more information. Fourmile Link at Betasso is closed due to

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Power outages

Power outages reported in Ward, Gold Hill and parts of Fourmile Canyon. Xcel has been notified and is responding.

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Flagstaff Road debris

Flagstaff Road seeing debris falling onto roadway. Transportation crews are on scene and the road remains open. Avoid the area if possible. #COflood

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Additional resouces for the homeless offered in Boulder

The Bridge House will be extending their Saturday lunch hours for homeless today at the First Presbyterian Church Street Annex located at 1603 Walnut until 4:00 p.m. They will be providing bus tokens to the warming center located at the

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Road closure map

For up-to-date road conditions, please visit this website.

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Use caution in Fourmile Canyon area

Chief Gibson is urging people in the Fourmile Canyon area to use caution on low laying roads and around culverts  as they may be flooded.

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