18
Sep

Mosquito Spraying Discontinued

The City of Longmont, in consultation with the Boulder County Public Health, is discontinuing Mosquito Spraying for the remainder of the year.

Trapping has shown a reduction in the mosquito population. In addition, most eggs have likely been washed to the east via flood waters and future cold weather will impact their reproduction and viability.

UPDATE: However, residents should continue to practice the 4 D's  to protect themselves from the risk of West Nile Virus.

Below is a picture of the life cycle from Purdue University.

Colorado Mosquito Control has an informative link for mosquitoes in our area.

http://www.comosquitocontrol.com/Mosquito_Biology.html

Mosquito Lifecycle

Life Cycle of Delayed-hatching Mosquitoes

http://extension.entm.purdue.edu/publichealth/resources.html

 

17
Sep

Longmont Humane Society Still Has Space Available For Flood Displaced Pets

As of 10:55pm the Longmont Humane Society is reporting that they still have room for flood displaced pets. At the current time they have room for 35 cats, and 20 dogs.

Please call the Longmont Humane Society directly with questions regarding space availability. They are located at 9595 Nelson Road, or you can call (303)772.1232.

 

 

15
Sep

Evacuation Area Update as of 15:30 - Correction

As of 3:30 PM on 9/15/2013 Longmont has three mandatory evacuation areas:

  • Royal Street Mobile Home Park - Royal Street, Mobile Street, and Prince Street.
  • Champion Greens - Champion Circle and Doral Drive
  • The Greens - Twin Peaks Circle and Columbia Drive
  • Valley Subdivision - Hayden Court, Wyde Road, and Troxell Road

These are the Evacuation Centers:

  • Memorial Building, 700 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont
  • Niwot High School, 8989 East Niwot Road, Niwot
  • LifeBridge Christian Church, 10345 Ute Hwy (Hwy 66), Longmont
14
Sep

Public Safety Successfully Rescuing Animal

The Longmont Police Department’s Animal Control, and a small contingent of Longmont Fire personnel, has been actively rescuing animals from evacuated homes.  We have completed 100% of the animal rescues.  Please call our call center at (303) 651-8595 if you have household pets needing rescue from an evacuated home. At this point we have reunited all the animals except for one Leopard Gecko, which is safe at the police department.

CSO Allison Meyer and CSO Tammy Deitz making a rescue.

CSO Allison Meyer and CSO Tammy Deitz making a rescue.

14
Sep

Greens and Valley Neighborhood Residents Must Report To Check Point Before 4:30pm Sat. to Retrieve Items

Residents of the Greens and Valley neighborhoods must report to the check point before 4:30 pm on Saturday to retrieve personal items and pets.  You will be given one hour to gather your items. Bring your identification for the check point. If you arrive after 4:30 pm, you will not allowed access to your home.

14
Sep

Residents in the Valley Subdivision (troxell area) Are Getting an Hour to Retrieve Personal Items as of 14:47

14:47pm Residents in the Valley subdivision (troxell area) are getting an hour to retrieve personal items from their homes for the next few hours. Residents are encouraged to report to the police roadblock and show ID to be allowed in their homes. Residents should take North Airport to East 9th to Wade Road. These residents were notified via the Everbridge notification system. The window of opportunity is small and residents are encoured to go a soon as possible. Word of Caution: Heyden Court is still under water and residents who live near that street may still not be able to get in. #longmontflood

14
Sep

Residents South of 9th Ave Between Hover St and Fordham St May Return Home

As of 11:15am Residents south of 9th Ave between Hover St and Fordham St may return home with the following restrictions.  Residents must understand this may be temporary and they may be asked to re-evacuate if the weather changes.  We are also warning residents that there may be electrical hazards in the home.  If you have an electrical outage please call the LPC call center at (303) 776-0011.  If you smell natural gas, please leave your home and notify Excel at (800) 895-2999.  For other questions, please call our call center at (303) 651-8595.

14
Sep

Champion Greens Neighborhood Residents Need to Retrieve Personal Items Now

12:41pm Residents who live in Champion Greens area who were evacuated earlier will be allowed to return to their homes to retrieve personal items and pets. They will be given approximately one hour to get in and get out.

If you have not already left to get to your residence, you need to leave immediately, your window of opportunity is small.

Residents who reside near Champion and Doral streets must enter from Airport Road. If you head West on Nelson Road from Hover, take a right (North) on Airport, then right (East) on 9th avenue, there will be emergency personnel to assist you at Wood Road.

Residents who live in the Twin Peaks Circle Columbia area, the southern half of the subdivision, are still unable to be given access due to high flowing water Those residents will need to enter from Westbound Mountain View from Hover, to Columbia. There will be Police personnel to assist them.

14
Sep

Champion Greens Neighborhood Residents Have One Hour to Retrieve Personal Items & Pets

Residents who live in Champion Greens area who were evacuated earlier will be allowed to return to their homes to retrieve personal items and pets. They will be given approximately one hour to get in and get out.

Residents who reside near Champion and Doral streets must enter from Airport Road. If you head West on Nelson Road from Hover, take a right (North) on Airport, then right (East) on 9th avenue, there will be emergency personnel to assist you at Wood Road.

Residents who live in the Twin Peaks Circle Columbia area, the southern half of the subdivision, are still unable to be given access due to high flowing water Those residents will need to enter from Westbound Mountain View from Hover, to Columbia. There will be Police personnel to assist them.

14
Sep

Longmont Animal Rescue Plan

City of Longmont animal control is actively looking for and rescuing stranded animals. If you are a Longmont resident that has been evacuated from your home and you need to rescue your pet call the emergency call center at 303-651-8595. The operators will take your name and number, put your home on a list and contact you with more information.

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