Flood Preparedness Meeting, Monday July 9th

Do you have a safety plan in place for when our neighborhood floods?  In many parts of the City, when there’s an official flood warning the instruction is to move uphill.  For those of in and near the Frasier Meadows neighborhood in Southeast Boulder, that may not be a realistic option due to road closures and individual mobility issues.

Join us at a Flood Preparedness Meeting next Monday, July 9th, 2018 to receive information about your specific flood situation from Boulder’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM).

Neighborhood Flood Preparedness Meeting

Monday, July 9th, 5:30 to 7:00 pm, presentation begins at 6:00

Meadows Branch Library

4800 Baseline Rd, Boulder, CO 80303

RSVP:  [email protected]

•   View maps that show the progression of what areas are likely to flood first in our neighborhood so you can get a better sense of what your best evacuation options are.

•  Understand how to “shelter in place” if you can’t evacuate safely.

•  Get feedback from City staff about what the best option for you and your family may be.

•  Receive background info and resources so you don’t lose sleep every time it rains.

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Join us at a Flood Preparedness Meeting presented by Boulder’s Office of Emergency Management on Monday, July 9th, 2018