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Flooding Condition Update 9/13, 11:12 a.m.

Posted on: Sep-13-2013

The most recent information regarding the flooding status of the city follows:

City Utilities customers could experience power fluctuations or outages due to surface-mounted electric equipment and services experiencing flooding. Please call 970-221-6700 to report an outage.

The Poudre River flow has decreased from over 10,000 cfs to 9,400 cfs.

Harmony Road is OPEN.

I-25 is closed from Harmony Rd. to the WY state line.

Mulberry Rd. is closed from Riverside Ave. to Summitview Dr.

Power is down in the vicinity of Mulberry Rd. and Lemay Ave. and operating on a generator.

100% of the Citys drinking water is being provided from Horsetooth Reservoir.

Horsetooth Reservoir dam structure is designed to manage flooding conditions. There are no issues with the integrity of the Horsetooth Reservoir. There are no concerns about a breach of the dam.

Do not call 9-1-1 unless you have a medical emergency.

Do not call Police Services for travel directions.

Safety is paramount. Citizens are reminded to make good decisions.


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Flooding Condition Update 9/13, 11:12 a.m.

The most recent information regarding the flooding status of the city follows:

City Utilities customers could experience power fluctuations or outages due to surface-mounted electric equipment and services experiencing flooding. Please call 970-221-6700 to report an outage.

• The Poudre River flow has decreased from over 10,000 cfs to 9,400 cfs.

• Harmony Road is OPEN.

• I-25 is closed from Harmony Rd. to the WY state line.

• Mulberry Rd. is closed from Riverside Ave. to Summitview Dr.

• Power is down in the vicinity of Mulberry Rd. and Lemay Ave. and operating on a generator.

• 100% of the City’s drinking water is being provided from Horsetooth Reservoir.

• Horsetooth Reservoir dam structure is designed to manage flooding conditions. There are no issues with the integrity of the Horsetooth Reservoir. There are no concerns about a breach of the dam.

• Do not call 9-1-1 unless you have a medical emergency.

• Do not call Police Services for travel directions.

• Safety is paramount. Citizens are reminded to make good decisions.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact: Lisa Rosintoski
Customer Connections Division Manager
719-502-7020
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