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US Hwy 36 Update

  As of Sunday, October 20, day time access from the Lyons/south end of the project will only occur at 12 p.m. noon each day via official pilot car. Day time access from the Estes Park/north side of the project will occur every two hours beginning at 9 a.m., also via official pilot car. Essential vehicles and local residents may also access the construction zone during non-construction hours of 7 p.m. ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Will Reopen Saturday, Oct. 12

From the Office of Gov. John Hickenlooper Rocky Mountain National Park will reopen Saturday Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 — Gov. John Hickenlooper and the U.S. Department of the Interior announced today Rocky Mountain National Park will reopen Saturday. Trail Ridge Road will also reopen as soon as the highway can be plowed to help with ongoing flood recovery efforts in Estes Park and Larimer County. The state will ...

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US 34 Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

When will US 34 be open for travel between Estes Park and Loveland? The goal is to have some type of roadway open between the two communities by December 1, 2013. This roadway will be temporary in nature and could include sections of dirt or gravel road with the permanent improvements being made beyond this year. How can I access my property? Crews have constructed a temporary access road between mile marke ...

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Colorado State Highway 119 Open Between Nederland and Boulder

Opening of route shortens travel time to Northern Front Range by at least an hour. Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced that the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has completely reopened State Highway (SH) 119 through the Boulder Canyon following flooding that took place in September. In coordination with officials from Boulder County, the Colorado National Guard, the Colorado State Patrol and ...

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Town Prepares For Fish Creek Road And Utilities Restoration

The Town of Estes Park is leading efforts to restore utility outages and road repairs in the most heavily damaged area of the Estes Valley along Fish Creek Road. Approximately 3.25 miles of Fish Creek Road were destroyed or damaged during the flood, which resulted in the losses of sewer, natural gas, electric and water service rights of way. The road must be rebuilt in order to restore these utility service ...

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December 1st Is Deadline For Temporary Roads

Temporary roads on badly damaged mountain highways will be in place by Dec. 1, after historic flooding rendered them impassable. Gov. John Hickenlooper has called for temporary access to be complete before the winter. On Thursday, the Colorado Department of Transportation revealed the damage to major roadways in Boulder and Larimer counties. - 85 percent of U.S. 34 is a total loss - 50 percent of Highway 7 ...

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CDOT Selects Contractors For Roadway Flood Repair

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has selected four additional contracting teams to begin repairs to three major corridors as well as the highways east of I-25 that sustained damage during the floods. The goal is to complete temporary or permanent repairs to restore mobility on these state highway routes by December 1, 2013. “We are extremely fortunate to have such a dedicated work force with ...

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Mountain Strong T-Shirts Now Available

Tim Buck at Trail Ridge Printing is working hard getting all of the Mountain Strong shirts ready to deliver or ship! Those wishing to order a short sleeved t-shirt, long sleeved t-shirt or hoodie, go to trailridgeprinting.com. Tim has been inundated with orders. Shirts will be available this weekend at Elk Fest as well as at the Community Gathering at the Stanley Hotel Friday night. http://www.trailridgepri ...

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