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2013 Flood Resources

Current Flood Information

2013 Flood Information from Larimer County - comprehensive site with a wealth of current information relating to the long-term recovery of the Larimer County Flood areas 2013, including: - residents can sign up to receive emergency notifications on cell phones or email.

Colorado Flood Resources - The Colorado Department of Education compiled information to help school districts and families who have been impacted by the flooding across the state.

FEMA disaster declaration information

Map and Road Closures

Larimer county road closures

State road closures

Be Aware

Safe and well - find someone or post information about your location for your family and friends.

City of Fort Collins Utilities 2013 Flood Resources - covers information specific to Fort Collins on topics like debris management and repair of damaged buildings in the floodplain.

Colorado Businesses Affected by Flooding - Information from the Larimer County Workforce Center.

Disaster Unemployment Assistance - for individuals who have become unemployed because of the September flooding and are potentially eligible for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA).

Relief and Recovery Assistance Guide, Larimer County Flood, September 2013

211 Colorado - 2-1-1 Colorado connects families and individuals to social and community resources best suited to meet their need.

Flood related resources from the Larimer County Extension office and Colorado State University.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, provides tips for re-entering your home, mold, boiling water and much more.

Tips for Talking to Children after a Disaster, an overview of how different age groups may react to natural disasters or other traumatic events. The guide also gives pointers on how to talk to kids about a disaster, as well as other ways parents and teachers can support them.

How to Help - is a partnership between the Colorado Division of Emergency Management (CDEM) and Colorado Voluntary Organization Active in Disaster (COVOAD). This initiative brings together government agencies and non-profit organizations so they may better assist communities affected by disasters.

American Red Cross, Northern Colorado Chapter - serves the entire upper third of the state from Moffat County in the northwest to Sedgwick County in the northeast. Our main metropolitan areas include Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Fort Morgan, Sterling, Steamboat Springs and Craig.

Larimer County Humane Society - is providing assistance for Larimer County residents with animals from areas affected by flooding.

Poudre River Public Library District, 301 Olive Street, Fort Collins, CO 80524, (970) 221-6740
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