There are several resources available to you from local, state, federal and volunteer organizations. If you have needs or questions, don't hesitate to contact the Recovery Office.
The State of Colorado has created a framework that will guide the recovery efforts for the entire state. To see the timeline and more detailed information, please see the link below.
For information and safety checklists for home, shelter, and other necessities, please click on the link below.
Every little bit helps. If you are interested in donating or volunteering with the rebuilding efforts, please see the link below.
The State of Colorado recently hosted a statewide day of service called Colorado United Day. This day is more than just a singe day of service, it's a mindset. Click the link below to get more information as well as sign up for additional service opportunities
As a result of the recent floods, you may be in need of additional assistance in replacing important documents or other legal needs. Below you will find a link to information and free legal assistance being offered to flood survivors.
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If you are traveling around the state make sure you are aware of any travel restrictions that may be in place.
For a detailed look at the report on all of the recovery efforts throughout the state, please click on the link below.
The state has been awarded $199.3 million in HUD funds for disaster recovery. To see how we are spending it, please see the link below.
Colorado Flood Threat Bulletin
The Flood Threat Bulletin is a service provided to the residents of the State of Colorado by the Colorado Water Conservation Board. It is meant to provide an overview of the potential flood threat facing the State on a daily basis from May 1 through September 30.