Resilient St. Vrain
Looking for the Aug. 21 City Council update on the Resilient St. Vrain Project and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 205 Program? View or download the PDF (21 MB) or watch a video of the presentation (start at 1:24:13).
The St. Vrain Greenway is now OPEN from Main Street east to Sandstone Ranch Nature Area. Please stay on the trails to allow vegetation in newly planted areas to take hold and respect orange safety fences surrounding the work zones.
Stay up to date on what's happening on the Resilient St. Vrain project through the Events & Updates page. From there, you can visit the blog, read the latest quarterly newsletter, and learn about upcoming events.
Resilient St. Vrain is Longmont's extensive, multi-year project to fully restore the St. Vrain Greenway and improve the St. Vrain Creek channel to protect people and property from future flooding. The project, sometimes referred to as RSV or RSVP, was developed after Longmont experienced catastrophic flooding in September 2013. Learn more about the Resilient St. Vrain Project in the 3-minute overview video below.
Aprenda sobre el Proyecto Resiliencia St. Vrain. Para información en Español llame al 303-651-8416.