Longmont Flood Information Update 19:00 9/17

We still have our curfew in place for any closed areas from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.  Our call center will be closing tonight at 7:00 p.m.   We are asking our community to call the necessary city department for future requests.   These numbers are listed below.

  • Longmont Power and Communications (LPC) (303) 776-0011
  • Public Works and Natural Resources (PWNR) (303) 651-8416
  • Longmont Utility Billing (303) 651-8664
  • Longmont Building Inspections (303) 651-8332
  • Longmont Code Enforcement (303) 651-8695
  • Longmont Community Neighborhood Resources (303) 651-8444
  • Longmont Fire Services general information (303) 651-8437
  • Longmont Police Services general information (303) 651-8555
  • Police and Fire Emergencies – 911


Our OEM website will continue to be updated on a regular basis.  This site also contains volumes of information, videos and frequently asked questions.  This is a great resource if you have any questions.

Because high water tables, flooding, standing water and shifting mobile homes has affected sewer service in some of the areas, we are delivering portable toilets to some of these neighborhoods.  These areas are not yet permanently occupied, but homeowners have been granted access during the day to begin restoration and/or collection of property from their homes.


Monday Evacuation and Curfew Update 16:00

Unless there is a significant weather pattern change this evening, we will not be evacuating any portion of the city of Longmont. Royal Mobile Park residents will not yet be permitted to return.  The Longmont Police Department will maintain the 10pm to 6am curfew for evacuated and flooded areas.



Longmont Flood Information Update - 23:00 - 9/15/13

  • There will be a State of the City address tomorrow evening at Council Chambers at the Longmont Civic Center at 350 Kimbark Ave. It will begin at 7pm and will be broadbast live on Longmont's Channel 8. Viewers will also be able to view re-broadcasts on Channel 8 and online. More details on this broadcast will follow.

  • As of 10:00 pm, we have enacted a curfew until 6:00 am tomorrow morning for evacuated areas and flood zones. We will have officers patrolling these neighborhoods and the Colorado National Guard monitoring these areas and any road closures.  A full map of evacuation areas can be found at www.longmontoem.org.

  • The City of Longmont will be open for business on regular hours on Monday, 9/16, with the exception of the Memorial Building which will remain closed to business. The Rec Center will be open at 5am and the Centennial pool at 5:30 am.

  • The City of Longmont Wastewater Treatment Plant became operational at 4pm.

  • Testing of drinking water continues to show that it is safe for consumption. There is no boil order in place for City of Longmont water customers.

  • The City of Longmont is requesting that donations go to central sources and has updated information for individuals interested in helping those affected by the flooding. Item donations: www.helpcoloradonow.com Financial donations: www.longmontfoundation.org

  • Roads open to enter and exit Longmont include use of Rte. 66 to I-25, route 287, and the Diagonal clear to Boulder. Hwy 119 remains closed at I-25 (see photo). A full map is available on www.longmontoem.org.

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