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  1. COAL CREEK WATERSHED MASTER PLAN Colorado Watershed Symposium July 18, 2014

  2. Coal Creek Watershed Boulder County Gilpin County Jefferson County Basin Area: 15sqmi Coal Creek – 8mi

  3. September 2013 – Flood Event

  4. Master Planning Process • Kickoff Meeting – April 16th • Task 1 – Public Engagement, Coordination, Reporting - Ongoing • Task 2 – River Corridor Evaluations – April / May • Task 3 –Risk Assessment – May • Task 4 – Mitigation Strategies - June/July • DRAFT Master Plan July 2014 • Task 5 – Conceptual Design - August/September • DRAFT Conceptual Design September 2014 • Task 6 – Project Phasing Plan – September • Task 7 – Final Master Plan Development – October

  5. Public Outreach • Community involvement within planning process • Opportunity for comment and feedback • Community fliers • Notice of events posted at CCCIA, Mountain Messenger, message board • Questionnaire/ survey • 2 more Community Meetings – dates TBD • https://www.facebook.com/pages/Upper-Coal-Creek-Watershed/682218348481990 • Community Task Force • TEG Blog

  6. Public Outreach

  7. Public Outreach

  8. Successes/ Challenges • Overall master plan timing • Community driven master plan, difficulty in leveraging $$ • Immediate needs vs. future planning • State of CDOT repair and mitigation work • Outreach and Communication • Ongoing Grant Opportunities • Applications made for CDBG, • CWCB Restoration Grants • Strong Level of Interest and Stakeholder Cooperation