MHFD is going remote (temporarily). Public safety is MHFD’s primary concern. To ensure the wellbeing of our employees, MHFD staff will be working remotely for the foreseeable future. In doing so, we will live up to our social responsibility to prevent the COVID-19 from spreading further, while ensuring business continuity that supports our communities and the economies in which we operate. Wishing everyone health and safety during these unprecedented times.
Protect Your Home and Property
Review these resources regarding different safety precautions during floods to learn about flooding and what you can do to avoid or mitigate damage.
The Mile High Flood District works hard to ensure the safety of their citizens providing local governments with early notifications of heavy rain and flood threats in partnership with NOAA’s National Weather Service.
Local officials can then act on these notifications according to their respective emergency plans and warn people in affected high-risk areas when flooding is imminent.
Follow the ALERT system on Twitter for real-time heavy rainfall notifications.
The Mile High Flood District works with FEMA to update floodplain maps through the Physical Map Revision (PMR) process. If you received a notification that your property is in a high risk flood zone, please visit our Floodplain Management page to view specific information related to the study.