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Final Flash Flood Risk Analysis for Fountain and Camp Creeks to be Released Wenesday
Tuesday, July 23, 2013


to be Released Wednesday

Colorado Springs, Colo. – El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Services Division, City of Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management, and the City of Manitou Springs will share the Final Flash Flood Risk Analysis for the Waldo Canyon Burn Scar at a preparedness meeting Wednesday, July 24 for residents and businesses along the waterways of Fountain Creek. Meeting is open to the public.

- Fountain Creek Area Preparedness Meeting

- Wednesday, July 24

- 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

- Al Kaly Shrine, 6 South 33rd Street (33rd and Pikes Peak Ave.)

Potential impact on Fountain and Camp creeks identified in the Final Flash Flood Risk Analysis for the Waldo Canyon Burn Scar will be addressed. Online maps to determine flash flood risk are available at www.springsgov.com/floodinfo.  

The meeting location is wheelchair and bus accessible. Residents who require public transportation are encouraged to use Mountain Metropolitan Transit route 3, stop 2.

Preliminary results of the Flash Flood Risk Analysis were released to the public on May 28 for Fountain, Camp, North and South Douglas Creeks. The Final Risk Analysis for North and South Douglas Creeks will be released at a later date.