The City of Boulder is holding a series of virtual public workshops this fall on flood and stormwater mitigation around the major water basins and creeks in Boulder as part of the city’s Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan update. A public workshop in Spanish will also be held Oct. 28.

The workshops will provide community members the opportunity to learn more about the master plan, hear what the city has identified as issues surrounding each basin and participate in activities about equity in flood and stormwater management and the framework the city will use to prioritize future flood and stormwater projects. Virtual workshop dates (all workshops will be from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.):

No registration is required to attend the workshops. The virtual meeting link for each workshop will be posted on each workshop's event webpage above 24 hours before the workshop starts.

The Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan is the guiding policy document for Boulder's Stormwater and Flood Utility and was last updated in 2004. The purpose of the plan is to improve the management of stormwater to help protect people, places, property and ecosystems in the City of Boulder in a way that builds resilience and is consistent with community values.

Learn more about the CFS Master Plan at