Boulder County’s Comprehensive Approach to Watershed Recovery

The Comprehensive Creek Planning Initiative (CCP) was a project developed by Boulder County to address the vulnerabilities in the county’s watersheds after the September 2013 flood event. The CCP initiative was a collaborative multi-stakeholder community-based effort to develop multi-disciplinary watershed-level master plans for flood-impacted watersheds. It has been instrumental in guiding Boulder County’s flood recovery and restoring the ecological conditions of the county’s watersheds.

Boulder County Resilience Lessons Learned

Our world is in constant flux. From global issues like climate change and energy security to local processes like elections and natural disasters, changes must be anticipated and prepared for whether they are planned or unforeseen. Planners play critical roles in directing how our communities and cities meet challenges of all kinds. Planning for change at any scale is in essence, “resilience planning.”

EPP - Disaster Mitigation and Recovery Discussion

Join the Emerging Planning Professionals Committee and allied professionals in discussing disaster mitigation and recovery in response to the recent flooding in Colorado.

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