Boulder County’s Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative (CCP) is helping the county move forward with long-term creek recovery by initiating watershed-level master planning processes throughout the county. The master planning process is an open and collaborative effort among public agencies, property
owners, ditch companies, stakeholders, and the public. Please visit www.BoulderCountyCreekPlan.org to find out how you can participate. And watch their great new video, which gives an overview the Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative project and why resident participation is so crucial.
Updates are as followed:
The Fourmile Creek Master Plan website has launched.
Join us for the Fourmile Creek Master Plan Community Kickoff meeting:
Wed., Sept. 3- 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Alfalfa’s Community Room, 1651 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302
Left Hand Creek
Over 100 residents attended the two community meetings on July 31 and August 6. Summaries of the meetings can be found on the Left Hand Creek master plan website.
St. Vrain Creek
Community Workshops have been scheduled for September to discuss options for each area and get feedback from the community. Visit the St. Vrain Creek master plan website for more details and a map of the reaches.
Reach 1 & 2- City of Longmont East to the confluence with Boulder Creek
Mon., Sept. 15- 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Boulder County Fairgrounds, Barn A, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, CO 80501
Reaches 4 & 5- Lyons, Apple Valley, & North St. Vrain
Thurs., Sept. 18 - 5;30-7:30 p.m., Lyons High School Cafetorium
100 McConnell Drive, Lyons, CO 80540
Reaches 6 & 7- South St. Vrain, Raymond/Riverside
Mon., Sept. 22- 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Wild Basin Lodge, 1130 County Road 84 West, Allenspark, CO 80510
Reach 3- Between Lyons and Longmont
Wed., Sept. 24- 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Boulder County Parks and Open Space,5201 St. Vrain Road, Longmont, CO 80503
Upper Coal Creek
Over 50 residents attended the community meeting on August 20 to discuss the plan alternatives being formulated. The next community meeting will be late September to early October to review the draft of the plan.
In lieu of a large meeting to review the draft plan with property owners, the consultant is scheduling appointments with property owners to discuss the plan recommendations for their area. The plan should then incorporate the information from individual meetings and be completed by the end of September. Visit the Little Thompson Watershed Restoration Coalition’s website for more information.