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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 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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Highway 7 to Highway 72/119 Open Without Restrictions

All lanes are now open between Hwy 72 and Estes Park. This should be considered the primary route to/from Estes Park. This route is accessed from either I-70 or US Hwy 6 near Black Hawk. Take State Highway 119 north from the Black Hawk/Central City area to Nederland to St Hwy 72 north trough Ward to St Hwy 7 and then north to Estes Park through Allenspark. Highway 7 in the St. Vrain Canyon to/from Lyons is ...

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Flooding Update – Wednesday, Sept. 18

Estes Park Public Information Office-Flooding Update Wednesday, September 18 Current priorities are assessing the safety of buildings and infrastructure, doing everything we can to allow for evacuees to return to properties when possible, as well as increasing access to Estes Park. We’ve come a long way in 6 days! Downtown roads have reopene ...

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CDOT Actively Repairing Roadways

Also expediting contracts to address hardest hit corridors Since last week, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has been focusing on rescue efforts in Larimer, Boulder and Weld counties and across the northeastern plains. While the flooding continues in eastern Colorado, the water is subsiding in many areas and CDOT is expediting repairs in several areas. “With winter on our heels, we need to f ...

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Town Information Update, Sept 17

Estes Park Public Information Office Flooding Update Tuesday, September 17 Estes Park agencies continue to focus on life safety priorities and assessing conditions related to public safety as well as public resources. Current priorities are assessing the safety of structures and letting evacuees return to properties when possible, as well as ...

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Flooding Causing Road Closures

Heavy rain has caused Fish Creek in Estes Park to breach its banks. A small number of low-lying residences on Fish Creek at Brook Drive have been evacuated to Mountain View Bible Fellowship. Remember to stay clear of stream edges, and be prepared to seek higher ground. Do not attempt to drive through water. Officials will continue to monitor river levels and updates will be provided here as needed. A flood ...

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