Many people in Colorado are still being affected by last month’s floods, as they work to clean and repair flooded and damaged houses or find new places to live. Roadways and dams are also affected. The State of Colorado has set up a flood resource website, www.coloradounited.com, which includes resources for flood victims, travel information, and how to volunteer or donate.
Also helpful is the Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment’s flood resources page, which includes resources both in English and Spanish. In addition to the lists of resources for the general public, the site also includes information for health care providers, retail food establishments, child care providers, and landfill owners and operators. Included are helpful links on water quality and testing, wastewater, private wells, and mapping and GIS.
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