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Resilient St. Vrain: Restore & Revitalize


Maps

Map of Resilient St. Vrain Reach Areas

New Existing vs. Conceptual Final 100-Year Floodplain for Longmont (being presented for City Council adoption in September 2017)

FEMA Effective Floodplain vs. New Existing St. Vrain Floodplain Map for Longmont (being presented for City Council adoption in September 2017)

Longmont Floodplain Inquiry Map

CLOMR (Conditional Letter of Map Revision) maps for Sandstone and City Reach 1 (Main Street to Left Hand Creek)

Boulder County floodplain maps (including draft updates)

Weld County floodplain maps

Reports

Final Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)

Guiding Plans and Codes

Various plans and codes act as guides to how the City will approach growth, development or preservation in a specified area, or on a certain project. These guidelines are only adopted by the City after much research and public input. The following plans and codes influence the Resilient St. Vrain project:

1st and Main Transit and Revitalization Plan

Dickens Farm Nature Area (Dickens Farm Park) Master Plan

Longmont Area Comprehensive Plan

Open Space Master Plan

Roger's Grove Management Plan

Parks, Recreation and Trails Master Plan

Southeast Urban Renewal Plan

St. Vrain Greenway Master Plan

Sustainability Plan

Title 15 - City of Longmont Land Development Code

Wildlife Management Plan

Other Materials

From Recovery to Resilience informational sign (posted along St. Vrain Greenway)

Funding and Construction Status

Vegetation and Trees Illustrations: Main Street to South Pratt Parkway and South Pratt Parkway to BNSF railroad bridge (looking west)

 

  

 

 

 

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