Saturday, September 13 will be a state-wide day of service to commemorate the anniversary of the 2013 floods.
Governor John Hickenlooper is delivering flood recovery money to Estes Park Thursday.
Lyons may need years to fully recover from the 2013 floods, but leaders feel as prepared as possible for today's rain.
Colorado's governor is meeting with Boulder County Commissioners to announce a new FEMA reimbursement process.
One of the two roads between Lyons and Estes Park will be closed on weekdays for the next two weeks.
Boulder County is short at least $11 million for road and bridge repairs needed after last September's flooding.
CDOT teams are inspecting all 411 state highway bridges impacted by floods last September.
The state will pay the property taxes of individuals who lost their homes in Colorado floods or wildfires last year.
Following the removal of flood debris, the eastern section of Boulder Creek will be opened to recreational use Friday.
Demolition work has begun at two mobile home parks in Evans that were destroyed by the September flooding.
Larimer County will be ending its free flood debris removal on Saturday.
Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Colorado Department of Transportation
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: Flood Resources
Red Cross Safe and Well
-Reentering Your Flooded Home
-Flood water after a disaster
-Protect yourself from mold
-El Paso County: Flash Flood Risk Information
-Information and videos from the North Dakota State University Extension Service
-Colorado flood information from US Department of Health and Human Service
-American Red Cross: Repairing your flooded home
-CDC Flood information
-Flood information from ready.gov
-FEMA disaster declaration information
-READYColorado –Flood Preparedness Information
-Colorado 211: Colorado Flood Relief & Recovery Guides Here
Executive Orders and Disaster Declarations:
-Governor Executive Order
-Presidential Emergency Declaration (FEMA-2265-EM)
-Federal Disaster Declaration (FEMA-4145-DR)