BOULDER, Colo. - Eight months after devastating floods in unincorporated Boulder County, the county is ending roadside debris removal next Wednesday (May 21).
County officials say crews have already collected 2,127 truckloads of debris. That's approximately 9,000 tons of wood debris, 7,000 tons of household debris, 10,000 tons of sediment and 19,000
lbs of E-waste and hazardous waste.
Only the hardest hit areas are still getting debris pick-up in the next few days, according to the Longmont Times-Call:
- Longmont Dam Road
- Apple Valley Road
- Wagon Wheel Gap Road
- Old St.Vrain Road
- County Road 69 and the lower portion of Red Gulch
- North 83rd Street and North County Line Road near the the Little Thompson River
- North 75th Street between Hygiene Road and St. Vrain Road
- Raymond, Riverside and County Road 103N
- James Canyon Drive
- Lefthand Canyon up to Lickskillet
- All of Gold Run Road
- All of Fourmile Canyon Drive up to Sunset
- North 41st Street and Oxford Road near Lefthand Creek
- North 49th Street between Oxford Road and Niwot Road
- North 63rd Street between Oxford Road and Niwot Road, as well as Brigadoon Glen and Oriole Estates
- North 73rd Street and Nimbus Road near Lefthand Creek
- North 81st Street at Lefthand Creek
After moving debris to the roadside, residents must report pile locations to the county for pick-up by filling out an online Debris Reporting Form, sending an email to email@example.com or calling 720-564-2222.
For more information on the debris removal program, check out Boulder's Flood Recovery Guide, call 720-564-2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.