Boulder is planning to do repair work on three trails this fall -- Chautauqua Trail, Bear Canyon Trail and Mesa Trail.
Three popular trails in Larimer County will remain closed to hikers for at least several more months.
Since the rain began Colorado residents have come together to help the victims of the flooding across the state.
Repairs and reconstruction work will continue this summer at Boulder's Parks & Open Space areas.
State officials are asking the federal government to review a $58.2 million flood relief plan that would help residents.
Colorado has a $140 million funding gap to fix roads ravaged by the 2013 flood.
Following spills blamed on the floods of 2013, regulators are preparing new rules to keep oil and gas wells secure.
Larimer County has officially reopened a road closed since the flooding in September 2013.
FEMA has sent letters to 243 victims of the 2013 flood asking for the agency's money back.
Crews flew in supplies Thursday to build three bridges along the flood-damaged Apex Trail at Apex Park in Golden.
Rocky Mountain National Park is preparing to repair or reroute four trails badly damaged in the 2013 flood.
Colorado's rivers have experienced a significant decline in fish population since the flooding of September 2013.