Videos & Photos, Longmont Flood Information
Visit the City of Longmont Flickr account to view nearly 1,500 photos that were captured during and after the flood of September 2013.
See City of Longmont flood photos on Flickr
Longmont Flood Timeline, September 12, 2013
Longmont Emergency Manager Dan Eamon describes the timeline of events on the morning of Longmont's epic flood and the City's notification to affected neighborhoods.
Flood Damage Overview
A 20-minute video produced by the City of Longmont and the Longmont Channel that highlights the damage caused by the September flood is available online. Footage captured in September 2013.
Longmont Gets Flood Help From Littleton Water Rescue
This 15-minute video tells the story a Longmont neighborhood trapped by the 2013 flood waters, through the words and photographs of a survivor and his rescuers. Littleton Fire Rescue's Water Rescue Team used its specialized skills to assist Longmont Fire Department during this epic natural disaster.
Impacts Button Rock Preserve, Ralph Price and Longmont Reservoirs
A 15-minute video provides a first-hand look at the damage caused by the flood as Public Works and Natural Resources Director, Dale Rademacher, leads a tour through the area.
Flood Damage Assessment Provided at City Council Meeting, 09-24-2013
A 15-minute video in which City Manager, Harold Dominguez gives an overview of infrastructure damage in the city. He also describes the process for working with FEMA and other agencies in the coming weeks and months.
Flood Recovery Update Provided at City Council Meeting, 12-17-2013
A 35-minute video that highlights flood recovery progress on items such as roads, bridges, water treatment and other infrastructure.
Spring Runoff Update Provided at City Council Meeting, 02-04-2014
Director of Longmont Public Works and Natural Resources, Dale Rademacher, provides an overview of the City’s plans for spring runoff.
Flood Recovery Update: Work at CR 80, Longmont dam and Ralph Price Reservoir, 02-27-2014
Longmont Public Works Project Manager Josh Sherman describes the progress made on the flood-damaged road to Button Rock reservoir.