- Recap of Oct 21 & Oct 23 CDOT Meetings to Discuss State Highway Repairs - Flood Recovery Project Public Meetings These meetings were to talk about CDOT’s plans to permanently fix state roads Estes Park and Loveland. If you were unable to attend the Estes Park public meeting, the recorded session is available for live viewing on the official town website, www.estes.org/videos http://www.estes.org/videos. CDOT wants … Continue reading
We’ve created a page on this site for Road Construction Updates, both Highway 34 in the Big Thompson Canyon, and Larimer County 43 along the North Fork of the Big Thompson.
Master Plan Draft Available
Thanks to your public involvement over the past many months, the first full draft of the master plan is now complete. The next set of stakeholders to provide input are the many public agencies that will be working in part to implement the master plan. We hope to have a final Master Plan completed by the middle of November.
If you have a comments about the process of finalizing the master plan at this time, before October 22, 2014.
Forming a Greater Thompson Watershed Non-Profit
“There is support among the primary local agencies and coalitions in the “Thompson Watershed” to move forward with the development of a 501(c)(3) organization to provide fundraising, planning, and implementation of watershed and river restoration activities in the Big Thompson, Little Thompson, North Fork (including its tributaries), Fish Creek, Fall River, Upper Big Thompson, Black Canyon, and Buckhorn Creek drainages.
Once we have a more firm outline of the organizations mission, goals, etc. we will invite a larger stakeholder group to the table to facilitate a meaningful input process to finalize the organizational structure, mission, etc. We’ll discuss this more at our first meeting.” – John Giordanengo
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Tracking In-Kind Match Data
Big Thompson River Coalition Meetings
If you have more downed trees, large boulders, or dirt than you can use, there might be someone who would like to have them. More info: Materials Exchange
More information: John Giordanengo firstname.lastname@example.org Or Call: 970-420-7346
BTRRC Mission and Goals on our Contact page.