September 2013 Flood
From Sept. 11 through 15, 2013, the Front Range region experienced significant rainfall, causing flooding, loss of life, and widespread damage. More than 18 inches of rain fell in the area causing 25 to 100- year flooding along Boulder's 15 drainageways. As a result, Boulder County, including the City of Boulder, were designated a Federal Disaster Area. Below includes information on recovery goals, funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), progress to date and council memos related to the flood recovery effort.
Maps of the September 2013 flooding and associated impacts to people, private property and public infrastructure in the City of Boulder.
This mapping is not used for regulatory purposes and does not change the FEMA floodplains. This information was captured to document the event and provide insight to guide future analysis and mitigation.