Project Overview

The Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater (CFS) Master Plan is the guiding policy document for Boulder's Stormwater and Flood Utility.

The purpose of the Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater Master 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.

Public Workshops

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.

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 small group discussions and an activity 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 reservation is required to join the meetings. The meeting link for each individual meeting will be posted on the individual event page above 24 hours prior to the start of the meeting.

Please consider filling out a comment form after participating in a creek meeting.

Workshop Materials:

Meeting Recording Meeting Presentation Meeting Sm. Group Discussion Notes
Oct. 20, 2021 Workshop: Fourmile Canyon Creek and Wonderland Creek Fourmile and Wonderland Presentation
Oct. 21, 2021 Workshop: Goose Creek, Twomile Creek and Elemer's Creek Goose, Twomile and Elmer's Presentation

Dotstorming Activity - Share Your Feedback

The public workshops include a "dotstorming" activity to collect community feedback on how the city should prioritize future flood mitigation projects. This activity can be completed online and is open to all community members, even if you do not attend the workshops.

Dotstorming Activity Instructions
Dotstorming Activity Link (please read the instructions above before completing the activity)

The dotstorming activity is also available in Spanish:

Riterios de priorización para el proyecto

The dotstorming activity closes Nov. 5.

Comprehensive Flood and Stormwater Technical Memos

The final CFS document will include ten technical memos on the following topics: Note, technical memos will be uploaded as they become available.

Technical Memos table
Technical Memo (TM) Title TM Infographic - English TM Infographic - Spanish
Policy Evaluation TM #2 Infographic próximamente