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Weir Gulch FHAD

Background

The Mile High Flood District (MHFD) is conducting a Flood Hazard Area Delineation (FHAD) study in cooperation with the City and County of Denver and the City of Lakewood. The original flood study for Weir Gulch and tributaries was conducted in the 1970s. This new FHAD study offers an up-to-date understanding of flood risk along Weir Gulch, 1st Avenue Tributary, and Dakota Avenue Tributary based on current data and modern technology. The results of this study will allow residents and local authorities to make informed decisions to help protect people, property, and the environment.

Project Area Map

Project Report

Public Meeting

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FHAD to FIRM FAQs

Contact

Project Members

City & County of Denver

Kim Pirri, Kimberley.Pirri@denvergov.org

MHFD

Christin Shepherd, cshepherd@mhfd.org

City and County of Denver’s Waterway Resiliency Program

The Waterway Resiliency Program will enhance natural ecosystems and reduce flood risk, creating places where people and nature can thrive in harmony. Find out more and sign up for updates here.

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