The project aims to build a safer and more resilient Boulder

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Upcoming Community Meeting

The City of Boulder invites community members to attend a community meeting about the Gregory Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Project. During the meeting, community members will have the opportunity to hear updates on the project and learn about the timeline and next steps.

The Gregory Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Project is designed to protect public and private properties, while minimizing flood damage and enhancing creek conditions. Utilizing natural looking channel features and upgrading roadway culvert crossings, the project aims to fortify resilience against the impacts of climate change.

Meeting Details:

  • Thursday, May 30, 2024
  • 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
  • Boulder Public Library in the Boulder Creek Room, located at 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder, CO 80302.

The meeting will be conducted in a hybrid format, allowing community members to choose between in-person attendance or joining virtually. Those who prefer to join virtually can find the meeting information on the city calendar. Additionally, this session will be recorded and made available on the Gregory Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation project webpage for those unable to attend, ensuring that everyone has access to the information shared during the meeting.

Map delineating work area along Gregory Canyon Creek
The approximate work area will take place along Gregory Canyon Creek from Boulder Creek to the west to just past Flatirons Elementary School to the east.