Update: Flood Recovery by the Numbers

Work Completed

Waterways Work ($1 million): Temporary repair of three breaches and debris removal along St. Vrain Creek.

Parks and Trails ($1 million): 15 miles of regional trails, eight miles of mountain trails at Heil Valley Ranch and Walker Ranch, trailheads, access roads, buildings, and 15 miles of fencing. All but two parks have reopened.

Volunteer Efforts: Over 4,500 hours of service on 70 projects including: five miles of trail repair, 100 acres of agricultural lands cleared, and 35 acres of native planting including seeding, shrubs, and trees.

Work in Progress

($1 million): LoBo Trail, Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat Area, Boulder Canyon Trail, and Fourmile Link Bridge.

2015-16 Projected Repairs

Parks and Trails ($2 million): Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat Heatherwood Trail, Anne U. White Trail, Pella Crossing trails.

Reservoirs and Ditches ($16.5 million): Braly/Western Mobile/Ramey, Pella Crossing, Walden Ponds Wildlife Habitat, and various ditches on open space.

Waterways Restoration: More than $35 million of unfunded recovery projects along creeks in Boulder County.