GLEN HAVEN, Colo. – More than three years after devastating floods swept through the tiny town of Glen Haven, efforts are now underway to rebuild the Town Hall from the ground up.
Restrictions on construction now prohibit the Town Hall from being built in its original location, after the building was pushed off its foundation and into the Glen Haven General Store back in Sept. of 2013.
Land for the new Town Hall has been purchased and building plans are in the works, but the community still needs your help to rebuild one of the most important buildings in their community.
If you would like to help the tiny town of Glen Haven rebuild the Town Hall, you can click here to contribute. You can also send a check to Glen Haven Flood Relief, Inc., PO Box 34, Glen Haven, CO 80532; please note Town Hall in the memo line.
Of the 12 buildings and businesses in downtown Glen Haven, all that remain are the General Store, The Inn of Glen Haven, the Fire House, and the Post Office.
The devastating September 2013 floods claimed the lives of nine people, including one other in Larimer County, four in Boulder County, two in El Paso County and one in Clear Creek County.