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Share Your Story At “Flood Tales”

One of the first steps in the recovery process from any natural disaster is documentation and sharing of stories of heroism, rescue and survival. The fabric of the community will only be made stronger by exchanging first-hand accounts of the brave and courageous responses to the events unfolding all around us two weeks ago. If you are safe and can spare a few minutes away from clean-up, we would love to hea ...

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Mountain Strong

by Sarah Holdt Mountain Strong. That’s the new mantra for Estes Park. I like it. It expresses our resilience, our community fortitude, our united front, and our—uh—buoyancy. Mountain Strong doesn’t come across as a promotion, as a spotlight on commerce or a branding term. It’s not meant for outsiders, visitors, magazine ads or billboards. It’s for us. Mountain Strong is our own way of saying that, as neighb ...

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Flood Clean-Up Assistance Now Available

Larimer County residents who need help cleaning their homes and/or removing flood debris can now register for assistance. Many nonprofit organizations from across the United States are arriving in Larimer County to help with flood clean-up and recovery. United Way 2-1-1 will serve as the central registration point for clean-up assistance. Residents can register in person or over the phone to be placed on th ...

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To the Community of Estes Park

More than Ever – we are your community hospital! The events of the past week have been unprecedented. This is now the third major flood the Estes Park area has experienced in the past 40 years and likely the most destructive and disruptive. Fortunately it appears that we have had no local casualties related to the flood, but many have lost their homes and many more are displaced. Our thoughts go out to ever ...

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Town Of Estes Park Bids Farewell To Assistant Town Administrator Lowell Richardson

Assistant Town Administrator Lowell Richardson was presented with a plaque and Resolution of Respect at last night's Town Board meeting. Lowell has been with the Town of Estes Park for 12 years. He joined Estes Park in 2001 and served as Chief of Police until 2008 when he moved into the Administration Department to serve as Assistant Town Administrator. Lowell will join the Commerce City Police Department a ...

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Counterfeit Money Alert

The Estes Park Police Department is looking for information on a man who attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at the Safeway grocery store at approximately noon today. The suspect is a white male, approximately 30 years-old with red or dark blonde hair and facial hair. He was wearing red shoes or shoes with red laces, a black and gray jacket, and black athletic shorts. Please see the attached image fro ...

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Town Considers Infrastructure Needs And Funding Options

The community is encouraged to attend and observe a discussion of the Estes Park Town Board members on infrastructure improvement priorities and possible funding options. The Board will review a list of infrastructure projects that has been compiled through extensive public input. The Board’s discussion will take place at the Board’s study session September 10, beginning at 4:30 p.m. in Rooms 202 and 203 of ...

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