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Clear Creek - Urban Drainage & Flood Control
Laura Kroeger
2480 W 26th, St 156-B
Denver, CO 80211
Phone: (303) 455-6277

Link: Website
The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District was established by the Colorado legislature in 1969, for the purpose of assisting local governments in the Denver metropolitan area with multi-jurisdictional drainage and flood control problems. The District covers an area of 1608 square miles and includes Denver, parts of the 6 surrounding counties, and all or parts of 32 incorporated cities and towns. There are about 1600 miles of "major drainageways" which are defined as draining at least 1000 acres. The population of the District is approximately 2.3 million people.
Clear Creek Land Conservancy
Greg Holden
1961 Mt Zion Dr
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 279-4462

Link: website
To assist in the conservation and preservation of lands and natural resources in the mountain-foothills portion of the Clear Creek Basin, west of the Denver metropolitan area.
Clear Creek Watershed Foundation
Ed Rapp, President
Visitor Center & Heritage Museum
2060 Miner St
Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Phone: (303) 567-2699

Link: Website
To promote sustainable natural resource management throughout the Clear Creek Watershed and serve as a model for the arid mountain west.
Clear Creek Watershed Monitoring Program
Katie Fendel, Kipp Scott, Laura Taylor
City of Westminster
4800 W. 92nd Ave.
Westminster, CO 80030
Phone: (303) 430-2400 Ext. 2187

The Clear Creek Watershed Monitoring Program collects field parameter, nutrient, and metals data from within the watershed upstream from Golden, CO. Our program is conducted cooperatively among more than 20 local agencies and EPA.
Urban Drainage & Flood Control
Laura Kroeger
2480 W 26th, St 156-B
Denver, CO 80211
Phone: (303) 455-6277

Link: Website
The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District was established by the Colorado legislature in 1969, for the purpose of assisting local governments in the Denver metropolitan area with multi-jurisdictional drainage and flood control problems. The District covers an area of 1608 square miles and includes Denver, parts of the 6 surrounding counties, and all or parts of 32 incorporated cities and towns. There are about 1600 miles of "major drainageways" which are defined as draining at least 1000 acres. The population of the District is approximately 2.3 million people.
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