If Longmont residents had personal or sensitive documents ruined as a result of flooding, they can bring those documents to the City of Longmont’s next Shredding Event on October 12. Longmont residents should set those personal documents aside, let them dry and bring them to the Waste Diversion Center at 140 Martin St. between 9 am and 2 pm on October 12. Residents must bring their Longmont utility bill showing the waste management fee. Call 303-651-8416 for more information.
The Longmont Community Foundation has established the St. Vrain Flooding Relief Fund. It is designed to provide financial resources to charitable organizations that are involved in the relief and rebuilding efforts in the St. Vrain Valley related to the September 2013 flood.
The 12 member selection committee will review each request and make its recommendations quickly. The grant application is purposely brief because our intent is to not make it burdensome for those organizations that are helping our community recover. 100% of funds received will be distributed and a final report of the distributions will be available on our website after the funds have been expended from the St. Vrain Flooding Relief Fund.
For more info visit: https://www.longmontfoundation.org/
The Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the Call Center run by the City of Longmont is now closed. The city has resumed normal business hours. If you have a life threatening emergency, dial 9-1-1. Otherwise, you can contact our non-emergency numbers for specific service requests.
- Non-emergency dial 303-651-8501
- Longmont Power & Communications Power Outage 303-776-0011
Residents can also visit the Disaster Assistance Center located in the Twin Peaks Mall (former Steve and Barry's space) at 1250 South Hover. It is open 9 am - 7pm seven days a week until the need subsides.
Longmont city leaders described the devastation caused by the 2013 flood and updated residents on current conditions.
The City of Longmont held a “State of the City” meeting Monday, September 16th, 2013 at 7pm (MST).
The meeting provided information regarding the flood as well as updates regarding progress in recovery, and community resources for recovery and restoration. City staff representatives scheduled included:
- Dennis Coombs, Mayor of Longmont: Introduction and event overview
- Harold Dominguez, Longmont City Manager: Overview of impacted areas
- Dan Eamon, Emergency Operations Manager: Recovery Activities and resources for restoration
- Dale Rademacher, Director of Public Works and Natural Resources
The State of the City Address will also be re-broadcast at 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., everyday through September 24th.
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The City of Longmont's State of the City Address will be re-broadcast on the Comcast Cable Channel 8 at 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., everyday through September 24th.
Union Reservoir Campground Area Closed Friday through Sunday. Due to the heavy rainfall in Longmont, the campgrounds are extremely soggy and too wet to campers.
Video of the “State of Lyons" public information meeting which was held Thursday, September 19th in the Longmont City Council Chambers at 350 Kimbark Street.
Mayor Van Domelen, Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen and Boulder County Sheriff's Deputies Kevin Parker and Nick Goldberger will gave a briefing on the status of Lyons following the flood.
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