Statewide Flood Quick Facts: September 21 at 8 PM

The State Emergency Operations Center will remain activated tomorrow, September 22, in support of the local flood response.

Many of the counties are beginning the transition from emergency response to recovery efforts.  Disaster Assistance Centers/Disaster Recovery Centers have begun opening in many of the counties.  See the flood map on the upper right hand of this site for center locations.  These will continue to be updated each morning.

FLOOD AREA1,918 Square MilesPreliminary number and will increase
IMPACTED COUNTIES17 CountiesAdams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Clear Creek, Denver, El Paso, Fremont, Jefferson, Larimer, Loga, Morgan, Pueblo, Otero, Washington, Weld, Sedgwick
FATALITIES7Boulder (4), El Paso (2), Clear Creek (1)
EVACUATED PERSONS5950Population under mandatory evacuation
SHELTERS9 shelters204 People Overnight
ANIMALS EVACUATED380 petsPets in pet shelters as of 9/20/2013
MAJOR DISASTER DECLARATIONCO-4145 - 9 CountiesAdams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Clear Creek, El Paso, Jefferson,Larimer, Logan and Weld
EMERGENCY DECLARATION3365-EMAdams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Fremont, Jefferson, Logan, Morgan, Pueblo, Washington, and Weld
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DAMAGED HOMES16101Preliminary number assessments just beginning
DESTROYED HOMES1882Preliminary number assessments just beginning
DAMAGED COMMERCIAL765Preliminary number assessments just beginning
DESTROYED COMMERCIAL203Preliminary number assessments just beginning
ROADS DAMAGED200 Miles State highways and roads
BRIDGES DAMAGED50 BridgesState bridges
ROAD & BRIDGE DAMAGE COSTS$135 Million to start repairsState related highways and bridges
POWER OUTAGES 3947 householdsStatewide
NATURAL GAS OUTAGE4,210 householdsStatewide
2-1-1 CALLS3100 calls to dateStatewide