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Knowledge is Power!#

Stay Informed During a Flood#

Have you ever wondered how much rain is falling near your house or what the flow rate is on the Poudre River?  You can access real-time data from the City’s early flood warning system that includes streamflow and precipitation gages throughout the city.

Staff from Utilities and the City’s Office of Emergency Preparedness are notified when gages register stream flow depths or rainfall intensities that exceed preset thresholds.

Other Sources of Weather and Emergency Information#

  • National Weather Service - online or via an NOAA Weather radio
  • Local TV and Radio
  • To report general flooding, call 970-221-6700. Do not call 911 for information

Report Vandalism of Flood Warning System#

  • Vandalism in progress: Call Police Services at 970-221-6540
  • Previous vandalism: Contact Utilities

Did You Know?

Insulating and air sealing the walls and roof keeps heat and/or cool air inside your home.

Watering every third day helps the grass develop deeper roots and use moisture deep in the ground.

Visual indicators of algal blooms in waterbodies often include: surface scum, foam, floating algae mats, off-colors and/or the presence of dead fish.