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Creeks, irrigation ditches and irrigation laterals. Source - digitized from aerial photography.

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Data and Resources

Format Title and Description
Streams and Ditches - Live View

Streams and Ditches - Live View

Streams and ditches data for the City of Boulder.

Areas of Inquiry

Use the information below to explore possible uses for this dataset.

How does water flow in Boulder? What is the interaction between the 2013 floods (different data set) and this data?


Maintained By John Morley
Author N/A
Update Frequency As Needed
Department Open Space and Mountain Parks
Categories Environment and Public Land
Sustainability Framework Category Livable Community
License Creative Commons CCZero This material is Open Data
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