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October 13, 2015

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Flood recovery open house for Wagonwheel Gap Road and Four Mile Canyon Creek plans is set for Oct. 20

Public feedback on plans will be collected until Nov. 17

Boulder, Colorado - Boulder
County will present updated designs for permanent reconstruction of Wagonwheel
Gap Road and stream recovery plans for Four Mile Canyon Creek at an open house on
Tuesday, Oct. 20. All are welcome to attend.

What: Flood Recovery
Open House

When: Tuesday, Oct.
20 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Where: Pine Brook
Hills Community Center, 1905 Linden Dr., Boulder

After
the meeting, input received from the public will be incorporated into the next
phase of design, if applicable. Permanent flood recovery-related construction of
the road is anticipated to begin summer 2016.

Members
of the public do not need to attend the meeting to submit input. Meeting
materials, including current designs, are available on the
project website. Those unable
to attend the open house are encouraged to comment by:

All public
comments should be received no later than Tuesday, Nov. 17
in order to
guarantee their consideration for the next phase of design.

For
more information on the project, contact Andrew Barth, Transportation
Department Communications Specialist, at
abarth@bouldercounty.org or call
303-441-1032.

All current Boulder
County Transportation roadway project information, including regular
maintenance and flood-recovery activity, can be found at
www.BoCoConeZones.com.