The Middle South Platte River Alliance is a diverse group of stakeholders brought together following the 2013 floods to envision a healthier and more flood resilient corridor in north central Colorado. The Alliance specifically addresses a 20+ mile stretch of the South Platte River in Weld County between the confluence of the St. Vrain and Cache la Poudre Rivers.
For more information on our work, please click here.
For information on our current projects, please click here.
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Footage from our completed SH60 project:
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MSPRA is currently accepting proposals for the CDBG-DR Watershed Resilience Design and Implementation Project: Godfrey Ditch Diversion Structure Reconstruction: Proposals due January 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
Please visit: Open Bids
SH 60 Final Report can be located here: Project Updates
The October/November edition of The Current now available here.
2013 Colorado Flood Recovery: Three Years of Progress
This is an interactive Geographic Information Systems (GIS) storymap, that illustrates advances made in recovery efforts since the historic flooding Colorado experienced in September of 2013. The storymap utilizes data, analysis, pictures and stories to provide an overview of the incredible ongoing work from local communities, non-profits, state and federal agencies and flood survivors. The storymap will be updated as new data and information is available. Click here to access the database.